Quality in Design and Monitoring Frameworks (DMFs): Final Report
Smith, Kenneth F. | March 2006
The project/program design and monitoring framework (DMF) is the principal tool of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) for establishing quality-at-entry for its projects and programs. The DMF summarizes a proposed project/program design and is contained as an appendix in a key loan document—the Report and Recommendation of the President (RRP) to the Board of Directors of ADB. The DMF also forms the basis for subsequent project/program monitoring of implementation activities and evaluation of results. The information contained in the DMF is also transcribed in other ADB project performance management system (PPMS) documentation—namely the project administration memorandum (PAM), project/program performance reports (PPRs) and technical assistance performance reports (TPRs), project completion reports (PCRs), and project/program performance evaluation reports (PPERs).
CitationSmith, Kenneth F.. 2006. Quality in Design and Monitoring Frameworks (DMFs): Final Report. © Asian Development Bank. http://hdl.handle.net/11540/3927. License: CC BY 3.0 IGO.
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