The Federal voting assistance program and the road ahead : achieving institutional change through analysis and collaboration / Victoria A. Greenfield, Shoshana R. Shelton, Edward Balkovich, John S. Davis II, David M. Adamson
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1 online resource (xxxiii, 228 pages : illustrations).
Research report (Rand Corporation) ; RR-882-OSD
Research report (Rand Corporation) ; RR-882-OSD.
1. Introduction -- 2. Logic-model development -- 3. Stakeholder outreach -- 4. Federal Voting Assistance Program activities in relation to requirements -- 5. Preliminary recommendations and initial guidance -- 6. The Federal Voting Assistance Program's engagement with its operating environment -- 7. Evidence of change -- 8. Final recommendations, guidance, and remarks -- Appendix A. Logic-modeling workshop and materials -- Appendix B. Statutory requirements pertaining to the Federal Voting Assistance Program -- Appendix C. Survey response rates and regularly scheduled reports to Congress -- Appendix D. Project-management tools -- Appendix E. Training options and recommendations -- Appendix F. Adult learning principles and training evaluation.
"RR-882-OSD"--Page 4 of cover.
In early 2013, the leadership of the Federal Voting Assistance Program (FVAP) commissioned the RAND National Defense Research Institute to undertake a collaborative, multiyear work program known as "FVAP and the Road Ahead." The project was established to assist FVAP in aligning its strategy and operations to better serve its mission and stakeholders, and to strengthen FVAP's capacity to set its own course, greet change, and communicate its role in the voting community. The RAND project team worked with FVAP to compare, reconcile, and align what was in the agency's strategy and typical of its operations and what should be, through an evidence-based approach that included logic modeling, stakeholder outreach, and a requirements assessment. This report documents the project and resulting changes within FVAP, which enabled a significant realignment of the agency's strategy and operations. The report concludes with final recommendations and guidance largely proposed to lock in and build on gains.
"National Defense Research Institute."
Online resource; title from PDF title page (RAND, viewed December 15, 2015).
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Includes bibliographical references.
Print version: Greenfield, Victoria A., 1964- Federal voting assistance program and the road ahead 9780833091680 (OCoLC)932248785
9780833093271 (electronic bk.)
0833093274 (electronic bk.)