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Performance Measures

This section presents selected program performance information on the program below, including, for example, GPRA goals, objectives, measures, and performance targets and data; and an assessment of the progress made toward achieving program results. 
Achievement of program results is based on the cumulative effect of the resources provided in previous years and those requested in fiscal year 2013 and future years, and the resources and efforts invested by those served by this program.  Unless stated otherwise the source of these GPRA data are grantee annual and final performance reports.

Emergency Management for Higher Education (EMHE)

The Department last funded EMHE grants in 2010.

Goal:  To help develop and implement comprehensive emergency management and violence prevention processes for institutions of higher education.

Objective:  EMHE grantees will demonstrate substantial progress in improving emergency mitigation/prevention, preparedness, response and recovery efforts on their campuses.

Measure:  Demonstration of a 50 percent increase at the end of the project period in the number of course completions by their higher education institution key personnel in key National Incident Management System (NIMS) courses compared to the number of such courses completed at the start of the grant project period.

Year

2008
Cohort
Target

2008
Cohort
Actual

2009
Cohort
Target

2009
Cohort
Actual

2011

 

93.3

 

 

2012

 

 

98

95

Additional information:   For the 2010 cohort, the Department discontinued the above measure and replaced it with the following, for which data will become available beginning in 2013:  the average number of NIMS training course completions by key personnel at the start of the grant compared to the average number of NIMS course completions by key personnel at the end of the grant.


 
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Last Modified: 10/01/2012