The Planning and Evaluation Committee is chaired by a Board Director and is comprised of a minimum of eight members including non-Board participants. The Planning and Evaluation Committee will meet a minimum of quarterly or as called by the chair and works with the President in carrying out its responsibilities as directed in these bylaws.
The Planning and Evaluation Committee advises the Board of the comprehensive evaluation of all contractees. The Planning and Evaluation Committee reviews progress reports, performance audits, and data collected for the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) and the North Carolina Partnership for Children. The Planning and Evaluation Committee reviews all requests for proposals and proposals received for planning and evaluation services. The Planning and Evaluation Committee also determines if evaluation services meet Corporation expectations and provide evaluation reports to the Board as well as recommendations to the Finance Committee for the continuation of activities. The Planning and Evaluation Committee reports to the Board on the regular evaluation of the Corporation and keeps the Board informed of local, state, and national evaluation and research efforts related to the Corporation’s purpose.
The Planning and Evaluation Committee:
- Assists the Corporation in strategic planning.
- Facilitates the active participation of the entire Corporation, internal and external stakeholders, and the planning process.
- Considers national trends, opportunities, research, best practices, and external realities in relation to the current vision, mission, goals, board policies, structures, services, and outcomes for the Corporation, and makes recommendations for strategic changes.
- Holds generative discussions of emerging issues and assures overarching positions of the Corporation remain in alignment with the changing environment.
FY 2022-2023 Meeting Dates and Times
Committee Packets include the agenda and minutes.
The Board Development Committee meets from 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm on the dates listed below.
FY 2021-2022 Meeting Dates
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