HHS/ASPE Webinar Series: Developing and Using Learning Agenda Approach to Evidence-building (Webinar 7 Transcript: Urban Institute)

HHS/ASPE Webinar Series: Developing and Using Learning Agenda Approach to Evidence-building (Webinar 7 Transcript: Urban Institute)

Published: Aug 29, 2019
Publisher: Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services: Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation
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Webinar Series and Summary Report on Developing and Using Evidence-Building and Evaluation Plans for Improved Decision-Making

Time frame: 2019

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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation

Authors

Demetra Nightingale

Amanda Cash

On August 29, 2019, Demetra Nightingale from the Urban Institute and formerly from the Department of Labor presented on the Department of Labor’s approach to create and implement evidence-building and an evaluation plan, as required by the Evidence Act. Demetra reviewed the Department of Labor’s approach to create a learning agenda, current stage of implementation for rolling out the learning agenda, expected impact of the learning agenda, next steps in the process, and lessons learned to share with other federal agency staff and those who may be implementing evaluation planning efforts.

View the slides and video from the August 29 webinar.

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