Management's regular assessment of the quality of internal control.
The orderly collection, analysis, and interpretation of resource data over time to evaluate progress toward meeting management objectives.
The systematic process of collecting information on clinical and non-clinical performance. Monitoring may be intermittent or continuous. It may also be undertaken in relation to specific incidents of concern or to check key performance areas.
There are three types of Forest Service monitoring: implementation, effectiveness and validation. Implementation monitoring determines whether or not projects and activities are in compliance with project decisions, NEPA documents, and plan objectives and standards. Effectiveness monitoring, done on a sample basis and taking several years to complete, determines whether projects are accomplishing objectives. Validation monitoring assesses the ongoing validity of the forest plan in light of new information and research, changing policy, public and resource conditions.
Collection and analysis of information during implementation. May require additional research.
The routine assessment of ongoing activities and progress. Monitoring asks: "What are we doing?" Monitoring covers all aspects of program activity and ideally involves a plan for systematically collecting key program information relating to inputs, activities/processes and outputs.
The capture, analysis and reporting of actual performance compared to plan ned performance. [D01045] PMK87 Checking or measuring the performance. [D01044] NPMT The capture, analysis, and reporting of project progress, usually as compared to plan. [D01046] PMK96 The analysis and reporting of project performance as compared to the plan. [D01049] WST The capture, organization and reporting of measures of performance against standards for project scope, quality, time and cost system process in project management. [D01047] CCCP
The systematic and continuous collecting, analysis and using of information for the purpose of management and decision-making.
Monitoring involves continuous, systematic observation and checking on activities and their results. The purpose is to ensure that activities are proceeding according to plan, to provide a record of how inputs are used, and to warn of deviations from initial goals and expected outcomes. (See also ‘Evaluation'.)
The collection and analysis of relevant data for the purpose of evaluating the adequacy of project effect predictions and mitigation measures, improving project management methods, and developing capability for future environmental assessments.
This is a review of the accomplishments of a grant-funded program by the staff of the funding agency or persons under contract. The monitoring can include contract compliance, evaluation and assessment of reaching goals and objectives. In some circumstances it can include technical assistance to help the organization fulfill the contract and to become better able to sustain itself following cessation of funding. See audit (program).
The continuous process of examining the delivery of programme outputs to intended beneficiaries, which is carried out during the execution of a programme with the intention of immediately correcting any deviation from operational objectives. Evaluation, on the other hand, is carried out at a discrete point in time, and consists of an in-depth study. Monitoring often generates data which can be used in evaluations. See also evaluation.
The ongoing process of collecting and analysing information about the implementation of the activity such as newborn resuscitation.
An on-going testing program to assess potential changes in circumstances.
an ongoing process of analyzing student standards based implementation components and student work.
a type of evaluation designed to ensure that program activities are being implemented as planned (e.g., the number of participants, number of hours, type of activities, etc).
a study to assess the status of physical and biological conditions of a particular area at specified intervals (e.g., monthly, seasonally, yearly) over a given time period (usually years)
Refers to the gathering, summary, analysis and presentation of data in a productive system.
a continuing function that aims primarily to provide programme or project management and the main stakeholders of an ongoing programme or project with early indications of progress or lack thereof in the achievement of programme or project objectives.
A service provided by the CallPath Enterprise in cooperation with a telephone switch. Monitoring allows an application program to request that specified call progress or system messages be sent to the program when activity involving a specified resource occurs.
The act of reviewing work in progress to ensure that it is being accomplished as anticipated, is on track, and is being modified if needed.
Is concerned with assessing the implementation progress of a project or activity and identifying action to correct problems where they occur. It includes the processes of collecting, analysing, recording, reporting and using management information about the physical and financial progress of a project. The focus is on the activity and output levels of the Logical Framework hierarchy of objectives. Input monitoring may also be required in some circumstances. Monitoring is a core management responsibility during implementation.
Regular collection and analysis of input, output and outcome data, together with information concerning the problems being addressed.
The routine, systematic collection of information for the purpose of checking your projects progress against your project plans.
Activities undertaken by ED staff members to review and evaluate specific aspects of a granteeâ€™s activities under a discretionary grant or cooperative agreement; they include 1) measuring a granteeâ€™s performance, 2) assessing a granteeâ€™s adherence to applicable laws, regulations, and the terms and conditions of the award, 3) providing technical assistance to grantees, and 4) assessing whether a grantee has made substantial progress.
Measuring progress. National Administration Guidelines Statement of school operation requirements that are addressed to boards of trustees. A component of the National Education Guidelines. Amended in 1993, 1996 and again in 1999.
The regular collection and analysis of information to assist timely decision making, ensure accountability and provide the basis for evaluation and learning. It is a continuing function that uses methodical collection of data to provide management and the main stakeholders of an ongoing project or programme with early indications of progress and achievement of objectives.
The ongoing measurement and reporting of electrical performance of a fiber electronics-based in-building system to ensure that it is operating properly. If a malfunction occurs, a signal is sent to a call center where on-duty technicians can note and diagnose the problem.
Monitoring refers to a series of assessments made over time, in order to keep track of developments in students' learning.
Grid monitoring involves collecting, analyzing and displaying information from the distributed production infrastructure in order to determine server status and application progress, and to log performance data of CPUs, networks and storage devices. OSG implements MonALISA as a monitoring infrastructure, GridCat as a high level grid cataloging system, and ACDC to provide near real-time snap shots of critical computational job metrics.
A method that the NJDOE utilizes to ascertain the extent to which a grantee is complying with the provisions of the grant, and to determine the progress being made towards accomplishment of the goals, objectives, and activities in the approved grant application.
systematic recording over time.
A continuing function that aims primarily to provide managers and main stakeholders with regular feedback and early indications of progress and lack thereof in the achievement of intended results. Monitoring tracks the actual performance or situation against what was planned or expected according to pre-determined standards. Monitoring generally involves collecting and analyzing data on implementation processes, strategies and results and recommending corrective measures.
Regular collection and analysis of input, output and outcome date, along with information concerning the problems being tackled. Monitoring is a key part of "evaluation" and refers to the process by which you gather and record information about your work in order to evaluate its usefulness.
To keep track of systematically with a view to collecting information: monitor the bear population of a national park. To test or sample, especially on a regular or ongoing basis.
Systematic collection of data on a routine basis and the analysis of these data for an understanding of the changes that may occur in the sampled environment.
The ongoing assessment of work, expenditure or achievement.
monitoring is the recording, analysing, and reporting of project performance as compared to the plan.
the measurement of radiation levels, and the use of the results of these measurements to evaluate potential exposures and doses.
the No Child Left Behind Act requires that states evaluate the performance of approved providers in improving the academic proficiency of participating students.Â States are required to withdraw approval from providers that fail for 2 years in a row to help raise academic achievement of students.Â States can also withdraw approval from providers that fail to meet other state eligibility requirements.
"The collection and analysis of repeated observations or measurements to evaluate changes in condition and progress toward meeting a [scientific or] management objective." (Elzinga et al. 2001)
This is a particularly useful way to ensure the quality of calls handled by call center agents. Constant evaluation of how a client's account is handled greatly reduces the chance of mishandled situations. In fact, for DRTV or direct response clients, it more often results in higher conversions of information only to specific desired call types.
a continuing function that uses systematic collection of data on specified indicators to provide management and the main stakeholders of an ongoing development intervention with indications of the extent of progress and achievement of objectives and progress in the use of allocated funds (DAC).
Systematically checking. ( 1 ) Monitoring of student progress. In an effective school, student academic progress is measured frequently by using a variety of assessment procedures. Results are used to improve individual student performance and to improve the instructional program. (2) Monitoring is a required step in the school improvement process. A State Board initiated audit team will visit each school at least twice during each 4year accreditation cycle in order to validate the degree that goals/targets have been attained.
Evaluating the quality of care being provided.
A service provided by CallPath Services in cooperation with a switch. Monitoring allows a program to request that specified call-progress event messages be sent to the program when call activity involving a specified resource occurs. See also call tracking and resource tracking.
Continuous information collection to assess the functioning of the programme or activity
The systematic and routine process of gathering important clinical data and aggregating or displaying data so that problems or opportunities to improve care can be identified.
Collection of data and other relevant information to be able to assess a company's impact on the physical or social environment.
The collection and analysis of data as the project progresses to assure the appropriateness of the research, its design and subject protections.
The routine, systematic collection and recording of information about a project mainly for the purpose of checking its progress against its plans.
Ongoing review, evaluation and assessment to detect changes in condition of the natural integrity of a place, with reference to a baseline condition. Monitoring is used to allow review of decisions assisted by knowledge of the effects of conservation processes and actions. ( Natural Heritage Charter)
Assessing the degree to which a research project is following an established protocol.
An ongoing process of checking that an organisation or project is performing as it should.
The process of assessing the Local Plan against a number of factors to find out if it is performing well or whether it needs to be altered.
The systematic and continuous collecting and analysing of information about the progress of a piece of work over time.
To check periodically and systematically. It does not imply that any action will be taken
Activities undertaken by Department staff members to review aspects of a grantee's activities under a discretionary grant or cooperative agreement. They include: 1) administrative and fiscal management, 2) determining a grantee's adherence to applicable laws, regulations, and the terms and conditions of the award, 3) providing technical assistance to grantees, and 4) determining whether a grantee has made substantial progress by accomplishing the goals and objectives of the project, using the grantee's evaluation plan to measure progress against predefined benchmarks and timelines.
A process whereby the programmatic and business management performance aspects of a grant are reviewed by assessing information gathered from various required reports, audits, site visits, and other sources.
encompasses supervising, observing, and testing activities and appropriately reporting to responsible individuals. Monitoring provides an ongoing verification of progress toward achievement of objectives and goals. (300.03.2b) N-O
Continuous assessment of progress, particularly through regular collection and reporting on information in relation to agreed milestones or other performance measures
One of the 5 main tasks of the Secretariats with Marketing, Assistance, Evaluation and Contract Preparation (see those key words). The task consists of ensuring the correct implementation of all projects accepted by the EC. Further more: it consist in verifying the punctuality and validity of all Inception, Interim and Final Reports to be submitted by the Applicant in the course of Project Implementations, and to report to the EC about any potential problem.
The process of collecting information to evaluate if objectives and anticipated or assumed results of a management plan are being realized or if implementation is proceeding as planned. ( FEMAT, IX-21)
In this case, the ongoing collection of information about the programme and assessment of the implications. Such information may be needed for three purposes: effective management of the programme; wider accountability for the programme; and policy development. For more detail see Sub-stage 3(e): Establish monitoring and evaluation.
The ongoing assessment of the progress of the activities funded by a donor, with the objective of determining if the terms and conditions of the grant are being met and if the goal of the grant is likely to be achieved.
An ongoing process to verify systematically that planned activities or processes take place as expected or that progress is being made in achieving planned outputs.
A process by which data is systematically and regularly collected about a program over time.
The process of comparing actual to planned progress.
The process of capturing, assessing, and reporting on project performance compared to plan, then evaluating and predicting the effect on the project of any gaps.
(1) A combination of observation and measurement for the performance of a plan, programme or measure, and its compliance with environmental policy and legislation. (2) The provision of the necessary information about progress of implementation of a project, plan, etc. in order to ensure that project management and co-operation partners are able to follow the implementation of the projects and if necessary adjust activities, inputs and budgets, in order to obtain the objectives laid down for the project.