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Performance Measures

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Fiscal Year 2020 and forward Performance Measures

Description

In addition to submitting performance measures data, applicants will be required to answer a set of progress report questions regarding the activities in their award.  These progress report questions ask about:

  • Progress made since the last report on the application goals and objectives.
  • Any adjustments to the applicant proposal plan.
  • Challenges experienced in implementing the program and how they were resolved.
  • Any technical assistance needed from OJJDP for program implementation.
  • Descriptions of the impact of the OJJDP funded activities.

As a reminder, you do not need to submit any performance measures or progress report information with your application to OJJDP.

Click on the links below to access the corresponding performance measures. Note: the name of the performance measure may not match the solicitation title.

Progress Reporting Questions

This form includes all the progress reporting questions grantees are required to report as part of their federal award. Once completed, grantees will save and attach their responses to their report submission in JustGrants. 

Performance Measures Feedback Form

We want to hear from you.  Fill out the OJJDP Performance Measures Feedback Form with comments or concerns related to the newly revised OJJDP Performance Measures.  All forms should be submitted to [email protected]. Use the subject line: Performance Measures Feedback Form.

OJJDP recently added a new performance measure for a few awards. We are working on updating the Definitions and Questions documents which list all performance measures. This new measure will show up in JustGrants in July 2022.

The new measure asks grantees for:

  1. Number of total substance use disorder treatment programs
  2. Number of substance use disorder treatment programs that provide Medication Assisted Treatment​ during the activity period.

In July 2022, for the first time, these grantees will see the new MAT questions:

  • Family-Based Alternative Sentencing
  • Family Treatment Court Program
  • Juvenile Drug Court
  • Juvenile Justice Mental Health Collaboration
  • Opioid Affected Youth
  • Coordinated Tribal Assistance Both Purpose Areas 8 and 9