Coordination of Finances and Program Outcomes: A Process
*Names in bold indicate Presenter
Because the most effective programs lead to more funding opportunities, clear financial records are important. One method of measuring the effectiveness of public funding is to create clear and specific outcomes at the start of the project. The next step is to create Financial reporting that is linked to these benchmarks. This allows programmatic reporting to be linked to the how and why the program worked with less of a focus on how many or the number of programs developed.
This poster presentation will present a strategy that monitors effective programs through clear and specific outcomes. The strategy that will be shared includes beginning measures, benchmarks and programmatic reporting that is linked to Evidence Based Practice. The strategy also includes formats for relating expenses to reports.