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In order to respond to the need for an overview of the rapid evolution of RBM, the DAC Working Party on Aid Evaluation initiated a study of performance management systems. The ensuing draft report was presented to the February 2000 meeting of the WP-EV and the document was subsequently revised. It was written by Ms. Annette Binnendijk, consultant to the DAC WP-EV. This review constitutes the first phase of the project; a second phase involving key informant interviews in a number of agencies is due for

completion by November 2001.



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