32 Miss. Code. R. § 24-3-3.00 - Reports
Various management records and reports generated by the Center are used to guide the operation, support the assessment and improvement in quality of services, measure and communicate performance, and reflect the current status of the Center.
The Center Director assists in the OVRB Director's formulation of policy by presenting and interpreting operating reports, including those reflecting the efficiency and effectiveness of the Center. These reports include, but are not limited to, the following: Monthly Reports, Annual Outcomes Management Report, Outcome Measurement System Results, Financial Statements, Strategic Management Plans, Personnel Reports, and the results of Program Quality Assessment activities. These results are supplied to the REACH Center Governing Authority and to the OVRB Director who presents them to the MDRS Executive Director. These presentations provide an opportunity for policy and operational review, analysis, and action.
The Center Director analyzes management reports and compares performance against budgetary, administrative, and professional standards. In addition, the Center Director analyzes the extent to which the Center's goals and objectives are being attained. The results of these activities are used by the Center Director to upgrade operations by the initiation of appropriate preventive, pro-active, or corrective measures.
The Center Director provides, interprets, and presents data to the OVRB Director and the Governing Authority in order to identify local needs and achievements, ensures that staff is operating in an efficient and effective manner, and initiates statewide management direction and actions to accomplish the goals and objectives of the Center. The OVRB Director initiates ongoing efforts to ensure that a management information system exists to provide regular, timely flow of information.
The MDRS reviews the total effectiveness of the Center in relation to the stated purposes of the Center and the Department. If reviews indicate significant deviations from goals or expectations, then a determination of probable causes and needed changes in either service delivery or expectations are taken under consideration.
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