Policy Analysis

6. Performing the Analysis Conduct the analysis you have been planning. What can you project based on the method you have defined in your analysis plan? What does this mean for each of your criteria?
a. Fill in your analysis matrix to show what the available data and projections indicate in terms of each policy and the evaluative criteria.
7. Drawing Conclusions What can you conclude about each policy option from your analysis? What is the overall outcome?
a. Policy Alternative 1:
i. Conclusion about Criterion 1:
ii. Conclusion about Criterion 2:
iii. Conclusion about Criterion 3:
b. Policy Alternative 2:
i. Conclusion about Criterion 1:
ii. Conclusion about Criterion 2:
iii. Conclusion about Criterion 3:
c. Policy Alternative 3: Take no policy action.
i. Conclusion about Criterion 1:
ii. Conclusion about Criterion 2:
iii. Conclusion about Criterion 3:

8. Make Recommendations Given what you have learned in your analysis, what do you recommend as the best course of action? What should we do?
a. Given the conclusions you have made about each policy alternatives evaluation, can you recommend that policy?
i. Policy Alternative 1: Can you recommend it?
ii. Policy Alternative 2: Can you recommend it?
iii. Policy Alternative 3: Can you recommend it?
b. If you had to choose a best option, which would it be? Why?

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