Funded Programs

Data Collection & Turning the Curve – The Framework of Results-Based Accountability™ & Scorecard

The Office for Children and Families (OCF), home of the Local Management Board (LMB), uses the Results-Based Accountability framework to identify, evaluate, and develop the programs and strategies needed to address local community needs and provide resources for children and families. The LMB brings together local child-serving agencies, child providers, youth, families, and communities to make decisions about priorities and how resources are deployed to address local needs.

  • What is Results-Based Accountability™? (RBA) A disciplined way of thinking and acting to improve complex social problems. RBA uses a data-driven, decision-making process to help communities and organizations get beyond talking about problems to taking action to solve problems. It is a simple, common-sense framework that everyone can understand. Find out now about RBA
  • What is Scorecard? A way to create and configure data with Results, Indicators, Programs, and Performance Measures all on the same screen. OCF tracks the performance of the funded programs and measures the impact and outcomes of the programs. Find more information about our Scorecard.