The Design and Implementation of the Community Development Programme
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The objective of the audit is to assess the effectiveness of the transition of the Remote Jobs and Communities Programme to the Community Development Programme, including whether the Community Development Programme is well designed and administered effectively and efficiently.
To form a conclusion against the objective, the audit will examine whether:
- Sound analysis and advice informed the design of the Community Development Programme and transition from the Remote Jobs and Communities Programme.
- Performance is appropriately monitored and outcomes are measured, reviewed and reported to the Minister.
- The Community Development Programme is effectively and efficiently administered.
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