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In recent years, there has been a radical reinterpretation of the role of ‘policy making’ and ‘service delivery’ in the public domain.
The quality of public decision making depends significantly on the quality of analysis and advice provided through public organizations. Champions of “evidence-informed” policy making claim that rigorous evaluation practices can significantly improve attainment of cost-effective outcomes. After decades of experience, performance information...