Public sector entities must report publicly on their performance as part of their accountability obligations. This demonstrates their effective stewardship and responsible use of taxpayer‑funded resources.
A performance management framework reflects a service logic model, or the process through which service providers transform inputs into outputs and outcomes to achieve desired objectives. A service logic model is a versatile tool that can support management activities, such as program planning or management, or stakeholder communication.
Our guide provides entities with a breakdown of the components that their service logic models should contain, and includes a checklist for reviewing and refining the model.
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