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ROMA Report

What is ROMA- Results Oriented Management & Accountability

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The Results Oriented Management and Accountability (ROMA) system was formed with the passing of the
Government Performance and Results Act (GRPA) by Congress in 1993. The purpose of the Act, in summary,
was to help federal programs become more effective and accountable by focusing on objectives, results, and
service quality. Six national goals for community action were developed by the Community Services Block
Grant (CSBG) Monitoring and Assessment Task Force (MATF). The term ROMA was adopted in 1998 by the
Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) with the Northeast Michigan Community Service Agency
(NEMCSA) being involved in comprehensive outcome management for the past 21 years.