Masters Thesis

Tribal TANF: Work participation rates and outcome-based participant-centered accountability measures

The purpose of the study is to address questions raised in determining the effectiveness of the Tribal TANF program with the hope of offering a recommendation for a program assessment strategy that indicates effectiveness, pinpoints areas of strengths and weakness, as well as, identifies best practices and maximizes efficiency in the allocation of resources and program improvement efforts. The purpose of the study is not limited to policy analysis or the exploration of program alternatives. While it explores these areas, the objective is to establish program outcome measures specific to program participants with a singular goal of self-sufficiency with specific outcome indicators that effectively and efficiently deliver real time geographically specific program information on participant and program outcomes, progresses and challenges, as well as, strategic planning, resource allocation, staff training needs and responsive management.

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