This case study, prepared by Katerina Stolyarenko for the Parliamentary Forum for Development Evaluation outlines the process that was used to develop and implement a government-wide monitoring and evaluation system in Malaysia.
"In 2009, the government adopted the Integrated Results Based Management (IRBM) system commencing with the 10th Malaysia Plan 2011-2015. In 2011, the government decided to replace MBS with Outcome Based Budgeting (OBB). Evaluation was integrated as a key factor into the performance planning for the public sector."
- Country Context 4
- Political, Economic and Development Context 4
- M&E Context 5
- Institutional setting of NEP in the country 6
- NEP’s Focus and Purposes 6
- Legal and Policy Framework 6
- Institutional Arrangements 7
- M&E Tools, Components, Evaluation Methodologies and Quality of Data 8
- Professional Capacity for M&E 9
- Utilization of M&E 10
- Achievements and Challenges 11
- Good Practice(s) 12
- Documents consulted 15
- Interviews held 15