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Program Performance: CCMEP
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Methodology for Assessing Performance as detailed in CCMEP Procedure Letter #2

Ohio's Comprehensive Case Management and Employment program performance will be evaluated for each individual measure and will be interpreted based on the position of the outcome relative to the lead agency’s performance standard using the Exceeds, Meets, and Fails criteria defined below. Achieving a ‘Meets’ or ‘Exceeds’ on all individual measures constitutes lead agency success. Obtaining a ‘Fails’ on any individual measure constitutes lead agency failure.

Exceeds

When the actual local area performance achieved against an individual performance measure is in excess of 105 percent of the performance standard for the measure
 
Meets *

  * Meet level will be set at 80% of standard for WIOA Youth and CCMEP Youth as an implementation consideration for PY2017.

When the actual local area performance achieved against an individual performance measure falls in the range of 90 to 105 percent of the performance standard for the measure
 
Fails

When the actual local area performance achieved against an individual performance measure is less than 90 percent of the performance standard

   
Page updated: 11/15/2017