Tracking and reporting progress is an important aspect of implementing public projects and programs. Tracking progress can help local entities assess program performance and success; identify specific areas for improvement or expansion; monitor local trends; and make informed decisions about future policies, goals, and actions. Public reporting can help generate interest in a project, promote accountability, improve project management, demonstrate progress, and attract political and financial support for the project.
You may use the printable checklist below to guide you as you navigate the track and report process for your own program or project. Learn more about the Local Climate Action Framework: A Step-by-Step Implementation Guide.You may need Adobe Reader to view files on this page. See EPA’s About PDF page to learn more.
- Printable Checklist – Track & Report (PDF)(1 pg, 231 K)