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By Janardan Prasad Singh

The '2005 Annual record on Operation review' examines using details through international financial institution managers to enhance improvement effects and increase the effectiveness of the financial institution on the nation point. It means that higher recognition is required to degree and deal with improvement effects on the nation point. this can require strengthening international locations' functionality size ability. The financial institution is making growth in strengthening the implications concentration of its tracking and review, yet extra cognizance is required to enhance functionality size and monitoring growth.

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In between, data for a sizable number of indicators come from surveys that do not provide a consistent supply of data. In the short term, progress is needed to strengthen the data sources necessary to track progress on the IDA14 outcome indicators. For the long term, country capacity building, discussed in Chapter 2, will be required. IDA14. The Results-Based CAS is one element of the IDA14 results measurement framework, along with efforts to build results measurement capacity in client countries.

Targeted delivery of IEG products will be tracked by monitoring the percentage of evaluation consultees who received the final product. External dissemination events such as press activities and external briefings will be monitored for the number of references to IEG IMPROVING IEG’S EFFECTIVENESS products in the media and attendance at briefings by key stakeholders. IEG Client Survey Results As part of IEG’s self-evaluation, it annually surveys its clients about the readership and perceptions of its major studies.

Some data are old by the time they reach program managers; data that are two or three years old do not have the currency that program managers usually need to react. Some of the data may not be broken out in sufficient detail to be useful to particular Sources: Hatry and others 2004, pp. 5 and 13; GAO 2004. 32 program managers. Many federal programs, such as those that work through other levels of government, require long periods of time before they can be expected to yield the major outcomes sought.

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