The establishment of the Department of Performance Monitoring and Evaluation on 1 January 2010 was a clear demonstration of Government's commitment to ensure that our performance makes meaningful impact in the lives of our people.
The Department, in close cooperation with the National Planning Commission, will play an important role in setting expectations of improved outcomes across government. The Department will drive a results-oriented approach across the three spheres and other organs of state. The Department will review the data architecture of government so that the required performance information is generated and it will ensure that this information is actually used in intergovernmental planning and resource allocation.
Our vision is to strive for continuous improvement in service delivery through performance monitoring and evaluation.
Our mission is to work with partners to improve government performance in achieving desired outcomes and to improve service delivery through changing the way government works. We will do this through coherent priority setting; robust monitoring and evaluation related to the achievement of outcomes, institutional performance monitoring, monitoring of frontline service delivery; and supporting change and transformation through innovative and appropriate solutions and interventions.
|Strategic Plan of the Department 2011-2016 - PDF (1.60 MB) |