Dispute resolution systems are evaluated and continually improved. Attention is given to planning, process and practitioner evaluation, system use and outcomes, analysis and reporting, and system improvement.
Measurable performance goals for the dispute resolution system have been set and evaluation activities are outlined.
Process and practitioner effectiveness are evaluated and monitored (e.g., participant satisfaction surveys, interviews, expert review of decisions, practitioner self-assessments, and observations).
Data on system use and outcomes are compiled, analyzed, and summarized to improve system design and implementation.
Data are analyzed and findings are reported to various stakeholder groups and the public.
Data are used to monitor how the system and processes are performing to guide improvement activities.
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