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Program Performance and Data Management

Mathematica offers comprehensive program performance analysis, program management, and administrative data services. We integrate many years of experience in disability, early childhood, education, family support, health, labor, and nutrition programs with technical expertise to meet client needs. We enhance public agencies’ ability to measure performance, manage programs, and use administrative data for program monitoring and decisionmaking.

Program performance services

Mathematica combines technical expertise, research experience, and understanding of agency needs to create integrated program performance systems and assess program outcomes and quality. Services include:

  • Developing program performance measures, systems, and outcomes
  • Managing and validating agency performance data
  • Analyzing performance and supporting agency use of performance management systems

Program management services

Mathematica helps agencies manage programs and projects to minimize risk and ensure that projects remain on schedule, within budget, and meet objectives. Services include:

  • Supporting ongoing program operations or system development projects with qualified management professionals
  • Providing independent quality oversight of system vendors
  • Ensuring compliance with prevailing security and reporting requirements
  • Providing acquisition and contract administration support
  • Providing business process management services

Administrative data services

Mathematica applies knowledge of administrative data from a broad array of programs to support program analysis and research–thereby maximizing resources by facilitating analyses with data that are already available. Services include:

  • Managing agency administrative data, including validating data received from other agencies, preparing administrative data for public use, and ensuring that data are appropriately available to agency staff, researchers, contractors, and the public
  • Linking administrative data files across programs and systems
  • Analyzing systems alternatives and evaluating costs and benefits