Workplans: A Program Management Tool
Monitoring Program: Progress Report
The final component of the workplan is the progress report. Typically, it is developed after the workplan has been implemented for a few months. That way, you can assess your progress and make any necessary workplan revisions.
The four elements of a progress report are—
- Significant accomplishments to date.
- Major problems encountered.
- Strategies for problem solving.
- Workplan revisions needed.
The progress report also can be used as a communication tool with your CDC Project Officer or internally with staff. It is available in PDF format [PDF-128KB].
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