Monitoring and Evaluation Strategy
The National ID program is a five-year program and has milestones that are set to be achieved. Its goal is to establish a national level robust digital identification service and handover to a permanent entity to be established by law. Accordingly, the performances of NIDP should be progressively evaluated against the objectives set, achieved milestones should be verified and proper mitigations should be taken in cases of shortcomings to timely achieve the NID goals set. The program will use the following key Monitoring and Evaluation activities which will be part of the overall program execution plan.
- Regular assessment of National ID awareness level of the public and target registration areas both during and after a mass-enrolment campaign
- Device well defined indicators showing amount and effectiveness level of the enrollment, authentication, integration activities
- Devise indicators for the proper inclusion of critical segments of society
- Engage interested third party entities and individuals to conduct research on several components of the program.
- Utilize well organized and internationally proved planning and reporting tools and technologies which incorporate progressive documentation for open review and reflection against goals and plans
- Properly assign roles and responsibilities assigned in activity levels which helps to follow-up activities and feedback channels
- Make periodic (eg. Quarterly) review and evaluation of progress to critically see strong and weak sides and make proper adjustments
According to the current administrative structure of the program, it reports directly to the Office of the Prime Minister. Hence, it will also have the follow-up of the highest administrative body of the government. For advancing the Monitoring and Evaluation efforts an external advisor will be hired under the supervision of the Prime Minister’s Office.