On 28 July 2017 the NSW Department of Family and Community Services (FACS) released a Performance, Monitoring & Evaluation Framework (PMEF) draft document as part of the Targeted Earlier Intervention (TEI) Program Reform process.
The draft PMEF has been developed in line with a range of guidance and consultation to support the design, implementation, delivery and continuous quality improvement of the TEI reform. The PMEF will enable FACS to build the TEI evidence base, change the practices and culture, and contribute to better client and system outcomes.
View the FACS TEI Performance, Monitoring & Evaluation Framework (PMEF) draft document as a PDF below, which was distributed by FACS for consultation and feedback.Button
CRN welcomes the opportunity to provide a response to the PMEF draft document as the value of a performance, monitoring and evaluation framework for the TEI cannot be understated. To measure the outcomes from the work that organisations do with communities is invaluable. To see that outcomes are achieved that will measure that communities are safe and well, are being strengthened, and are functional is necessary.
View CRN’s Response to the FACS TEI Performance, Monitoring & Evaluation Framework (PMEF) draft document which was submitted on 15 September 2017.Button
Submissions closed on 22 September 2017.
Contact CRN if you’d like to discuss any of the matters related to this submission, or anything to do with the Targeted Earlier Intervention (TEI) Program Reform by FACS.
For information and updates on TEI Program Reform, visit the FACS website.