ACCOUNTABILITY VIA PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT : THE CASE OF CHILD PROTECTION SERVICES

@inproceedings{Author2006ACCOUNTABILITYVP,
  title={ACCOUNTABILITY VIA PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT : THE CASE OF CHILD PROTECTION SERVICES},
  author={Author},
  year={2006}
}
Since the 1980s child protection agencies have been subject to enormous scrutiny about perceived poor performance. Concerns are expressed about the capacity of services to cope with demand, the quality of practice, out-of-home care standards, and poor outcomes for children. Enter performance measurement. Using quantitative data to monitor effectiveness and efficiency, performance measurement promises improved resource management and accountability. This article discusses national, Victorian… CONTINUE READING

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