(a)Measures of performance. There are seven core performance measures. Core measures (defined in § 641.710) are subject to goal-setting and corrective action (described in § 641.720); that is, performance level goals for each core measure must be agreed upon between the Department and each grantee as described in § 641.720, and if a grantee fails to meet the performance level goals for the core measures, that grantee is subject to corrective action.
(b)Core measures. Section 513(b)(1) of the OAA establishes the following core measures of performance:
(2) The percentage of projectparticipants who are in unsubsidized employment during the second quarter after exit from the project;
(3) The percentage of projectparticipants who are in unsubsidized employment during the fourth quarter after exit from the project;
(4) The median earnings of projectparticipants who are in unsubsidized employment during the second quarter after exit from the project;
(5) Indicators of effectiveness in serving employers, host agencies, and project participants;
(6) The number of eligible individuals served; and
(7) The number of most-in-need individuals served (the number of participating individuals described in OAA sec. 518(a)(3)(B)(ii) or (b)(2)).
(c)Affected entities. The core measures of performance are applicable to each grantee without regard to whether such grantee operates the program directly or through sub-contracts, sub-grants, or agreements with other entities. Grantees must assure that their sub- grantees and lower-tier sub- grantees are collecting and reporting program data.
(d)Required evaluation and reporting. An agreement to be evaluated on the core measures of performance is a requirement for application for, and is a condition of, all SCSEP grants.
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