How-To Note: Prepare and Maintain a Performance Management Plan (PMP)

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USAID Bureau for Policy, Planning and Learning
Date Published:
March 21, 2017
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USAID Official
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A Performance Management Plan (PMP) is a Mission-wide tool for planning and managing the process of (1) monitoring strategic progress, project performance, programmatic assumptions, and operational context; (2) evaluating performance and impact; and (3) learning and adapting from evidence. 

Each Mission must prepare a Mission-wide PMP within six months of CDCS approval. Missions that do not have a CDCS are required to have a PMP covering all projects they fund. 

This How-To Note provides an overview of the PMP and outlines practical steps for developing and maintaining a PMP.

The primary audience includes Program Officers, M&E Specialists, learning advisors, technical officers, and Project Managers.

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This resource is part of the Evaluation Toolkit, Monitoring Toolkit, and CLA Toolkit.

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