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SECTION 2: DECISIONS ON GROUPS, INDICATORS AND DATA CHOICES (PHASE 2)

This Section of the Report Covers:

    • 2.1

      Selecting the Group or Groups to Measure

      • 2.1.1

        Summer Work Assignment 1: Group Preference Checklist

    • 2.2

      Selecting the Indicators

      • 2.2.1

        Summer Work Assignment 2: Group and Indicator Packet

      • 2.2.2

        Part A: The Group Evaluation Chart

      • 2.2.3

        Part B: The Indicator Evaluation Chart

      • 2.2.4

        Additional Data Gathering from States

    • 2.3

      Finalizing the Group and Indicator Definitions

      • 2.3.1

        Common Definition for the SQG Sector

      • 2.3.2

        Common SQG Performance Indicators

      • 2.3.3

        Indicator Sign-Off Process

    • 2.4

      Finalizing the Data Collection Methods

      • 2.4.1

        Standards for Collecting “New” Data

      • 2.4.2

        Standards for “Existing” Data

    • 2.5

      Finalizing the Analytical Methods and Procedures

      • 2.5.1

        Data Elements to be Used

      • 2.5.2

        What the Project Will Measure

    • 2.6

      Observations and Lessons Learned from Phase 2

As a first step in selecting the group (or groups) to measure and choosing indicators to describe the performance of the group (or groups), the Project Management Team designed and distributed two summer work assignments. The first assignment asked states for a preliminary identification of preferred groups to measure. The second assignment asked states for a preliminary list of possible indicators for each preferred group and to consider the data quality issues associated with those indicators.

    • 2.1

      SELECTING THE GROUP OR GROUPS TO MEASURE

      • 2.1.1

        Summer Work Assignment 1: Group Preference Checklist

This assignment asked states to identify their group preferences. States reviewed a list of over 30 groups compiled from a brainstorming exercise and were asked to check off which groups they would like to select for the Common Measures Project, which groups they would not like to select and which groups they were very interested in selecting. The purpose of the exercise was to narrow down the list of groups to measure based on state interest. Below is the Group Preference Checklist:

The States Common Measures Project Final Report

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