Evaluation of the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America (SPP) Pilot Project on Reducing Emissions from Vehicles and Engines (PPRE)
- Executive Summary
- 1.0 Introduction
- 2.0 Background
- 3.0 Evaluation Design
- 4.0 Findings by Evaluation Issue
- 5.0 Conclusions
- 6.0 Lessons Learned
- Annex 1 Bibliography of Documents Reviewed
- Annex 2 Literature Review
- Annex 3 Interviewees and Interview Guides
- Annex 4 Summary of Findings
- Annex 5 Table 10
Annex 4 Summary of Findings
|Evaluation Issue||Achieved||Progress Made;|
Priority for Attention
|Continued need for the program|
Was there a need for the project? Is there a need for the project to continue?
|Alignment with federal government priorities|
Is the project aligned with federal government priorities?
|Consistency with federal roles|
Is the project consistent with federal roles and responsibilities?
|Performance – Project Design and Delivery:|
Are appropriate performance data being collected, captured and safeguarded? If so, is this information being used to inform senior management / decision makers?
Is the program design appropriate for achieving expected program results?
Are there any barriers or challenges that could affect the success of this project if it were to be implemented nationally or integrated into an existing national project?
Have the results of the pilot project been communicated effectively? How could communications be improved?
What are the best practices and lessons learned as a result of the project?
|Performance – Effectiveness:|
To what extent have the intended outputs and outcomes been achieved as a result of the project?
Have there been any unintended outcomes, either positive or negative?
|Performance – Efficiency and Economy:|
Has the project undertaken its activities and delivered products (e.g., technical studies) in the most efficient manner?
Has the project achieved, or is it on track to achieving, its intended outcomes in the most economical manner?
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