20 CFR § 641.700 - What performance measures apply to Senior Community Service Employment Program grantees?
(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.
(1) Hours (in the aggregate) of community service employment;
(5) Indicators of effectiveness in serving employers, host agencies, and project participants;
(6) The number of eligible individuals served; and
(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.
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