ANSER | Performance Measurement
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Performance Measurement

The Department of State Bureau of International Security and Nonproliferation, Office of Cooperative Threat Reduction contracted ANSER to conduct a study to assess the effectiveness of Chemical Security Program (CSP) activities in Iraq, Egypt, and Kenya. The Global Chemical Security Effectiveness Study used a structured methodology and analysis to answer two fundamental questions: “Do individual CSP-funded activities meet their stated objectives?” and “Do CSP activities collectively meet the program’s overall goals for each country?”

The ANSER team helped the CSP define its desired outcomes by conducting a series of interviews to establish a baseline of program goals and objectives against which to evaluate engagements. The ANSER team also developed specific, measurable indicators to assess the effectiveness of individual CSP engagements.