ESI professionals can assist your organization in drafting formal, written reports detailing agency progress and performance for both external program oversight and internal program review. External program reports typically include those submitted to governing entities to demonstrate compliance with state mandates, federal regulations, formal consent decrees, and/or specific licensing criteria. Internal reports typically summarize agency initiatives and outcomes for communication with internal staff, external partners, and stakeholders. The result: your organization receives the necessary written reports to document progress, results and compliance, substantiating your organization’s key processes, values, and goals. Additionally, formal report writing facilitates effective communication with key internal and external parties to enhance overall agency transparency and credibility.
For each project, ESI regularly submits project status reports to your organization’s leadership at regular intervals based on your needs. Reports provide detailed information on progress in achieving performance goals and producing agreed-upon deliverables. Examples of reports are available upon request. The result: agency leadership is kept informed of small successes throughout the project as well as challenges encountered. This regular feedback empowers agency leadership to control the direction of the project and to remedy issues threatening project success.