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Performance Reference Model (PRM)    (2WVG)

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OMB Circular No. A–11 (2005) Section 53—Information Technology And E-Government    (2WVI)

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A standardized performance measurement framework to characterize performance in a common manner where necessary. The Performance Reference Model helps agencies produce enhanced performance information; improve the alignment and better articulate the contribution of inputs, such as technology, to outputs and outcomes; and identify improvement opportunities that span traditional organizational boundaries.    (2WVM)

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OMB Circular No. A–11 (2005) Section 53—Information Technology And E-Government    (2WVO)

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The Performance Reference Model is a standardized framework to measure the performance of major IT initiatives and their contribution to program performance. The PRM structure is designed to clearly articulate the cause and effect relationship between inputs, outputs, and outcomes. The definition of these relationships results in the establishment of a "line of sight" between the operation of enabling technologies and strategic outcomes produced for the enterprise.    (2WVQ)

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Federal Enterprise Architecture Program Management Office, Performance Reference Model V1.0, September 2003    (2WVS)

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