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A figure depicts a circle with the six steps in the CDC framework for program evaluation: Step 1: Engage stakeholders; Step 2: Describe the program; Step 3: Focus the evaluation design; Step 4: Gather credible evidence; Step 5: Justify conclusions; Step 6: Ensure use and share lessons learned. All steps are evenly spaced around the outer edge of the circle with one way arrows between each step starting with step 1. The center of the circle contains a box with four standards for assessing the quality of evaluation activities: utility, feasibility, propriety, and accuracy.

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