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Welcome to Evaluation.gov, the home for Federal program evaluation and the Evaluation Officer Council. Evaluation.gov brings together the plans and activities that drive evaluation efforts across the Federal Government.

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In the Spotlight – Christina Yancey, Chief Evaluation Officer, Department of Labor

By The Evidence Team, OMB · November 29, 2021

In the Spotlight serves to introduce you to the people and offices across the Federal Government who are doing the hard work of undertaking program evaluation and shine a light on their many notable accomplishments and activities... Continue Reading

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In the Spotlight – IRS Office of Research, Applied Analytics, and Statistics

By The Evidence Team, OMB · November 17, 2021

We are excited to kick off a new regular feature on Evaluation.gov – In the Spotlight! In these posts, we will introduce you to the people and offices across the Federal Government who are doing the hard work of undertaking... Continue Reading

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And the Winners Are...

By The Evidence Team, OMB · October 11, 2021

We are pleased to announce the winners of the Inaugural Evaluation Officer Council Recognition Program! These awards honor Federal civil service leaders committed to advancing evaluation and evidence-based policymaking across the... Continue Reading

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OMB M-21-27: Guidance worth getting excited about

By The Evidence Team, OMB · September 27, 2021

It’s not often that OMB guidance and evidence-based policymaking generate media buzz, especially not together. But, the recent release of OMB M-21-27, responding to the January, 2021 Presidential Memorandum on... Continue Reading