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Ghana Supply Chain Development Program - Performance Indicator Reference Sheets 13 - 14

 

Performance Indicator Reference Sheet 13:

Goal: Increased competitiveness of Ghanaian businesses in oil and gas, power and other related sectors

SCD Intermediate Results IR 2: Improved capacity of SMEs to meet supply requirements and standards

Sub IR SCD IR2.2: Improved access to finance and market information

Indicator 13: Number of contracts received by SMEs as a result of USG assistance in the oil and gas,

power and other related sectors

Is this an Annual Report indicator? Yes (FY2014 FY2017)

Description

Precise Definition(s):

Contract: any type of agreement between any company with an SME to offer goods or services

This indicator includes any contract won by a SME or BSP to deliver goods/services to the industry due to and after having received training or any type of support from the SCD Program.

Unit of Measure: Number

Disaggregated by: SMEs; BSPs (and possibly Joint Ventures)

Type: Goal/Impact

Direction of change: Higher=better

Rationale: The ability of SMEs including BSPs to win contracts from companies in oil and gas, power and

other related sectors in a competitive way will demonstrate that SCD Program interventions have been effective and ultimate goal has been achieved.

Plan For Data Acquisition By the SCD Program

Data Collection Method: the SCD Program team will follow up with SMEs/BSPs for any contract won.

If possible, copies of contract document shall be collected.

Data Source(s): Follow-up form, Copy of contract document, if possible

Frequency/Timing of Data Collection: Annually

Estimated Cost of Data Acquisition: Support from SCD Program staff

Individual responsible at USAID: AOR, USAID M&E Specialist ad USAID/METSS

Individual responsible for providing data to USAID: SCD Project Director

Location of Data Storage: SCD Program shared drive, Salesforce, Excel Database and file cabinet

Data Quality Issues

Date of Initial Data Quality Assessment: September, 2014

Known Data Limitations and Significance (if any): TBD

Actions Taken or Planned to Address Data Limitations: TBD

Date of Future Data Quality Assessments: Annually, following initial DQA

Procedures for Future Data Quality Assessments: To verify the quality and consistency of the data

collected and disseminated, the SCD Program’s M&E team will conduct annual data quality reviews. Through this review, we will assess the validity, reliability and timeliness of data. Based on the review, we will modify data collection methodology as needed and update the M&E Plan accordingly.

Plan For Data Analysis, Review, & Reporting

Data Analysis: SCD M&E Specialist

Presentation of data: Table, Charts or graphs, and narratives will be shared internally with the SCD

Program team both in Ghana and PYXERA Global headquarters and also with USAID Ghana and other external key stakeholders

Review of Data: SCD Program M&E Associate ; Project Director; and PYXERA Global HQ M&E Team

Reporting of Data: Data and analysis of this indicator will feature in reports to PYXERA Global

headquarters and also quarterly and annual reports to USAID

Other Notes

Notes on Baselines/Targets: For the SCD Program, baseline value is zero. Targets established for this

indicator are what the SCD Program only hopes to achieve. It is difficult to set highly realistic targets for this indicator given the uncertainty of prospects in the industry and especially for SMEs as oil prices decline.

This Sheet Last Updated On: October 18, 2016

 

Performance Indicator Reference Sheet 14:

Goal: Increased competitiveness of Ghanaian businesses in oil and gas, power and other related sectors

SCD Intermediate Results IR 2: Improved capacity of SMEs to meet supply requirements and standards

Sub IR SCD IR2.3: Improved access to finance and market information

Indicator 14: Value (USD) of contracts received by SMEs as a result of USG assistance in the oil and gas,

power and other related sectors

Is this an Annual Report indicator? Yes (FY2014 FY2017)

Description

Precise Definition(s):

Contract: as defined in PIRS 13

Value: monetary worth (amount) of any contract

This indicator includes value of contracts won by SMEs including BSPs due to and after having received training or any type of support from the SCD Program.

Unit of Measure: Currency (USD)

Disaggregated by: Single SMEs/BSPs (and possibly JVs)

Type: Outcome

Direction of change: Higher=better

Rationale: The ability of SMEs to win contracts from companies in oil and gas, power and other related

sectors in a competitive way will demonstrate that SCD Program interventions have been effective and ultimate goal is achieved. The value of contracts won will also show how much will be added to respective SME/BSP’s revenue.

Plan For Data Acquisition By the SCD Program

Data Collection Method: the SCD Program team will follow up with SMEs for information on contracts

won. If possible, copies of contract documents shall be collected

Data Source(s): follow-up form; Copies of contract documents, if possible

Frequency/Timing of Data Collection: Annually

Estimated Cost of Data Acquisition: Support from SCD Program staff

Individual responsible at USAID: AOR, USAID M&E Specialist and USAID/ METSS

Individual responsible for providing data to USAID: SCD Project Director

Location of Data Storage: SCD Program shared drive, Salesforce, Excel Database and file cabinet

Data Quality Issues

Date of Initial Data Quality Assessment: September, 2014

Known Data Limitations and Significance (if any): TBD

Actions Taken or Planned to Address Data Limitations: TBD

Date of Future Data Quality Assessments: Annually, following initial DQA

Procedures for Future Data Quality Assessments: To verify the quality and consistency of the data

collected and disseminated, the SCD Program’s M&E team will conduct annual data quality reviews. Through this review, we will assess the validity, reliability and timeliness of data. Based on the review, we will modify data collection methodology as needed and update the M&E Plan accordingly.

Plan For Data Analysis, Review, & Reporting

Data Analysis: SCD Program M&E Associate

Presentation of data: Table, Charts or graphs, and narratives will be shared internally with the SCD

Program team both in Ghana and PYXERA Global headquarters and also with USAID Ghana and other external key stakeholders

Review of Data: SCD Program M&E Associate ; Project Director; and PYXERA Global HQ M&E Team

Reporting of Data: Data and analysis of this indicator will feature in reports to PYXERA Global

headquarters and also quarterly and annual reports to USAID

Other Notes

Notes on Baselines/Targets: For the SCD Program, baseline value is zero. Targets established for this

indicator are what the SCD Program only hopes to achieve. It is difficult to set highly realistic targets for this indicator given the uncertainty of prospects in the industry and especially for SMEs as oil prices decline. Additionally, the value of contracts won by SMEs falls within a wide range which makes it difficult to make projections for this indicator.

This Sheet Last Updated On: October 18, 2016