Evidence-Based Policymaking: Implementation Oversight

Resources for states and counties

Evidence-Based Policymaking: Implementation Oversight

Resources for states and counties

In 2014, the Results First initiative identified a framework consisting of five key components of evidence-based policymaking: program assessment, budget development, implementation oversight, outcome monitoring, and targeted evaluation. Taking into consideration and implementing one or more of these components can help states and counties use the framework in ways that yield meaningful changes for their communities.

Jurisdictions can achieve the benefits of evidence-based programs by building capacity to support effective implementation oversight.

Strategy: Use community needs assessments and screening tools to identify appropriate evidence-based programs

Strategy: Continually monitor program implementation to ensure that programs are accurately delivered

Strategy: Support providers and staff through training and technical assistance to effectively implement programs

The Results First initiative, a project supported by The Pew Charitable Trusts and the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, authored the publications in this collection.

Click here to return to the Evidence-Based Policymaking Resource Center five key components information page.

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