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Working with Evaluators: Identifying Resources

Identifying Resources for Evaluation

Conducting evaluation requires resources. This Q&A explains how to identify resource needs for an evaluation, describes resources that may be available, and discusses how to engage external experts to build staff capacity.

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Budgeting for Evaluation

To create a realistic and appropriate program evaluation budget, it is important to think through key factors that drive evaluation costs. This guide presents five factors to consider, including program features, the evaluation’s goals, who will conduct it, how it will be carried out, and how findings will be shared, and includes a sample template that itemizes key costs to consider at both the team and staff levels. 

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