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Measurability Assessment

As directed by Session Law 2016-123, the General Assembly may require a measurability assessment (an independent evaluation) of any proposed or existing state program to determine whether the program is or will be capable of reporting performance and return on investment. The Program Evaluation Division must establish standards for assessor qualifications and for conducting and reporting measurability assessments; use a competitive process to prequalify independent measurability assessors; and select assessors.

If you are interested in applying to be a measurability assessor, please contact Kiernan McGorty.



Measurability Assessment Guidebook

Measurability Self-Assessment Form

Measurability Assessment Form

Presentation to JLPEOC

Program Evaluation Division, North Carolina General Assembly
Legislative Office Building, Suite 100
300 North Salisbury Street , Raleigh, NC 27603-5925