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NAPIPM members are public or private health and human services employees who are responsible for quality control, program evaluation, analysis, data collection, corrective action, or related duties. In order to be a member of NAPIPM, a person must be a member of APHSA and be employed by (or be a former employee of) an agency with APHSA membership. Please click here to join NAPIPM today.

WHO WE ARE

The National Association for Program Information and Performance Measurement (NAPIPM) is the only national membership organization dedicated to assisting professional public human service agency staff and other stakeholders who are engaged in assessing and improving program information, performance and outcomes. Its membership is open to agencies and individuals interested in enhancing the integrity and outcomes of human service programs.

NAPIPM oversees four technical advisory groups (TAGs) composed of NAPIPM members that work closely with their federal counterparts and convene workgroups as needed when issues arise. NAPIPM’s Executive Advisory Council and membership provides input and support for APHSA initiatives, particularly those directly related to the operational integrity and effectiveness of human service programs. To learn more about NAPIPM’s history, structure and mission please click here .

OUR PURPOSE

To achieve better outcomes for those served by human service benefit and support programs by strengthening program integrity, accountability, data analysis, and outcome measures. We strive to promote and enhance excellence and integrity in the development, collection, analysis, and evaluation of program data, outcomes and performance information for use in informed decision making, planning, and administration of public human services programs.

 

 

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2018 NAPIPM Annual Education Conference
August 13 - 16 | Westin Tampa Waterside

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March 29, 2018 Press Release
USDA Expands Focus on Program Integrity Across All Nutrition Programs