Date of Award
Master of Public Administration (MPA)
Dr. Christi S. Bartman
The purposes of this project are to: (1) explain why measuring program performance is essential; (2) discuss current United States Air Force Installation Emergency Management program policy, measurement and reporting requirements and explain why the current methodology fails to concisely measure and communicate program performance; (3) develop new standardized Installation Emergency Management program measurement and reporting slides and guide; and finally (4) seek senior United States Air Force leadership approval to implement the use of standardized Installation Emergency Management program measurement and reporting metrics and Key Performance Indicators by codifying it in Air Force Instruction 10-2501. The research design and methodology for this project is based on qualitative and quantitative data collection found in current Department of Defense and United States Air Force policy, reporting and inspection system data as well as secondary literature.
Hatcher, Anthony A., "The United States Air Force Emergency Management Program: Measuring and Reporting Program Performance" (2017). Master's Capstone Theses. 142.
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