Grantee Support and Resources
OVC aims to support all grantees in reporting performance measures data thoroughly and accurately. OVC provides grantees with resources, including performance measures questionnaires, solicitation maps to locate performance measures topic areas, and system user guides.
New to OVC performance reporting?
Start with these resources:
Human Trafficking Grantee Performance Measures
OVC strives to uphold the intent of the Trafficking Victims Protection Act of 2000 and its subsequent reauthorizations to ensure that all trafficking victims—regardless of immigration status, gender, or form of trafficking—receive justice and support in accessing the services they need.
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.
Victims of Crime Victim (VOCA) Assistance and Victim Compensation
The VOCA nationwide performance reports display funding information as well as key performance metrics for grantees across the country.
The VOCA Nationwide Data Analysis Reports contain a detailed analysis of grantee performance data as reported in the Performance Measurement Tool (PMT) system.
Prior to the implementation of reporting in the PMT, only basic Performance Summaries are available.
Where can I find my program’s performance measures?
Victim Assistance performance measures collect data on the number of victims served, victim demographics, types of victimization, and services provided.