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This is a members only meeting. As an opportunity for members to introduce NGMA to your colleagues, members may bring a potential member as a guest. That guest must register in advance and let NGMA know who they will be attending with. The person they are attending with must be registered and present.
Logic Models and Performance Under the Uniform Guidance
Live presentation by: Karen Norris
Karen Norris is nationally recognized in the grants community as a consultant and Subject Matter Expert (SME) for k4rnoco – a k4ren norris company in Gaithersburg, MD.
The uniform guidance has shifted focus from compliance to performance. It uses the words “performance” 177 times and “outcomes” 22 times. Recognizing this shift, how would you evaluate the effectiveness of your programs and communicate outcomes and results? How do you track financial expenditures to those results? Logic models can help measure performance and demonstrate outcomes through a visual template or chart that can be used by grant writers, program managers, financial staff, and awarding agencies alike. In this presentation, you’ll learn what logic models are and how to use them to link resources and activities to the outcomes you expect to achieve.
Define a logic model and its major components.
Identify common challenges when communicating outcomes and results.
Recognize a variety of logic model styles.
Use logic models to demonstrate outcomes that are linked to resources and program activities.
The Old DC Council Chambers
441 4th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20001
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