Transforming Victim Services Discretionary Grantee Performance Measures
Discretionary grants from OVC are used to fund national-scope projects and training and technical assistance to enhance the expertise of victim service providers. Such grants are awarded to states, local units of government, Tribal communities, individuals, educational institutions, and private nonprofit organizations.
These funds implement promising practices, models, and programs, and are used to address gaps in training and technical assistance for the victim services field.
States, local units of government, Tribal communities, individuals, educational institutions, and private nonprofit organizations report on activities related to—
- technical assistance;
- technology development;
- data gathering and research;
- establishing or maintaining partnerships;
- ongoing strategic planning; and
- direct services to crime victims: including the number of victims served, victim demographics, types of victimization, and services provided.
Performance Measure Dictionary and Terminology Resource
The OVC Performance Measure Dictionary and Terminology Resource is designed as a resource for terms used as part of OVC’s performance data collection efforts. Check out this resource for standardized definitions and examples for easier reporting.
This recorded webinar provides information on both grantee and subgrantee responsibilities for Office for Victims of Crime performance measure reporting, describes collaborative activities for data collection with a subgrantee, and explain how to review subgrantee semiannual reports. View the webinar presentation.
Transforming Victims Services Reporting on Partnerships and Training and Technical Assistance Activities
This recorded webinar helps Office for Victims of Crime grantees develop a common understanding of performance management versus performance measures; provides information on question banks and shared measures; discusses reporting on partnerships, training, and technical assistance; and highlights how semiannual narrative responses can tell the story of your data.
This recorded webinar for Office for Victims of Crime Transforming Victim Services grantees provides information on the performance reporting requirements, report types and due dates, and how to access and navigate both the PMT and JustGrants platforms for reporting purposes.
Most Transforming Victim Services (TVS) grantees report on standard performance measures. A few grantees report performance measures using alternative data collection tools. Grantees that meet this exception will be informed by federal staff after receiving their award. Find information below on what to report and how to report.
TVS Solicitation Map with Question Sets FY 2019—FY 2022
List of all current and active OVC TVS awards by fiscal year. Locate the award name and fiscal year to see assigned performance measures question sets or topic areas.
TVS Performance Measure Questionnaire
This document contains a full list of all performance measures for OVC’s TVS non-formula grant programs. TVS includes awards funded under multiple solicitations and was previously referred to as Vision 21.
TVS Subgrantee Only Performance Measures Fillable PDF
This document lists all the performance measures for OVC’s TVS non-formula grant programs. This version is a fillable PDF for subgrantees.
TVS Victim Services Performance Measure Data Template Excel Sheet
This spreadsheet is a data-tracking tool for gathering individual-level data for the TVS Victim Services question bank.
Center for Victim Research: Victim Services Performance Measure Data Visualization Tool
Data Collection and visualization tool for TVS and Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) Victim Services performance measures.
New to reporting or have staff turnover? Start with these resources:
- Transforming Victim Services Performance Measurement Welcome Guide
A guide to getting started with TVS performance measures.
- Transforming Victims Services Grantee Performance Measurement Overview
A recorded presentation covering grantee roles and responsibilities along with how to get started with performance reports. (Approx. 11 mins)
- Transforming Victims Services Performance Measurement Introduction
A recorded presentation covering how to get started with performance reports. (Approx. 12 mins)
- VOCA Victim Assistance PMT Targeted Guidance Training
A recorded presentation covering guidance for reporting on required performance measures; processes for accessing the Performance Measurement Tool (PMT) system; submitting quarterly and semiannual data reports; navigational tips and troubleshooting strategies; and resources and tools for additional support. (Approx. 28 minutes)
Webinar: Developing Future Victim Specialists for American Indian/Alaska Native Victims of Crime Program
This recorded webinar helps grantees under this program to understand their performance measurement reporting requirements. (Approx. 33 mins)
- View the presentation slides from this webinar.
Developing Future Victim Specialists for American Indian/Alaska Native Victims of Crime Performance Measures Questionnaire
See the questions and performance measures for OVC’s Developing Future Victim Specialists for American Indian/Alaska Native Victims of Crime Program.
Recipients of AEAP funds are required to complete semiannual progress reports, which have two components: performance measure questionnaire and narrative questions.
- AEAP Performance Measure Fillable PDF: This document contains performance measure questions for AEAP and ONLY AEAP measures. This document is fillable and must be submitted to JustGrants along with a Word document of the semiannual narrative questions.
- AEAP Semiannual Narrative Instructions: This document guide recipients of AEAP funds on how to complete required semiannual narrative questions. Use these instructions to create a word document which is submitted to JustGrants along with the fillable PDF of the performance measures.
Visit the AEAP section of our website for more information about this program.
Performance Measurement Tool: Enhancing Community-Driven Responses to the Opioid Crisis Grantee User Training
This OVC webinar provides guidance for reporting on the required performance measures for this grant program. Members of OVC’s performance management team provide an overview of performance management, processes for accessing the Performance Measurement Tool (PMT) system, entering quarterly performance measures, generating the annual grantee report, and troubleshooting strategies and additional resources.
This OVC webinar provides guidance for reporting on the required performance measures for these grant programs. Members of OVC’s performance management team provide an overview of performance management, processes for accessing the Performance Measurement Tool system, entering quarterly performance measures, generating the annual grantee report, and troubleshooting strategies and additional resources.
- View the webinar presentation and transcript.
In addition to the quarterly performance reports and semiannual narrative questions completed in the PMT, recipients of the Emergency and Transitional Pet Shelter and Housing Assistance grant program are required to complete supplemental performance measures during each semiannual reporting period. The supplemental performance measures are completed directly in JustGrants every January and July, when the semiannual reports are uploaded into JustGrants.
This document only contains the supplemental performance measures to be collected on a semiannual basis. As a reminder, these measures are not the quarterly performance measures or the semiannual narrative questions.