Funding bodies require that projects financed through programmes such as Erasmus+ and Horizon 2020 should ideally be independently evaluated
What is Evaluation?
Evaluation is the structured process by which activities and outcomes of a project are assessed and understood.
The underlying purpose of evaluation is to learn in order to do things better next time.
An unbiased, independent evaluation which provides essential feedback to the client and the funding body, and a valuable platform for future funding applications
With experience in managing and evaluating more than 80 projects, Pareto takes the following approach
- Agreement on the key objectives and outcomes of the project to be evaluated
- Meetings\interviews with all key stakeholders
- The role of "critical friend" to the client and project team
- Production of interim and final evaluation reports
- Presentations of findings to management and project teams
The Financial perspectives of the European Union adopted in April 2006, have set the priorities for the period 2007-2013. Based on this, the European Commission has prepared more than 300 funding programs for this period with revised budgets and renewed priories
The Agency's objective is to set out core procurement values and behavior for its staff and its suppliers to ensure that the Agency achieves high quality, efficient, responsive and customer focused services from its suppliers
With careful consideration to both our business and our funders, Pareto understood what we wanted and worked with us throughout the process to ensure the final evaluative report was a valuable resource. Leanne Moseley, Service Network Manager