A program is one or more services that are related with a goal to achieve a positive outcome for specific groups or individuals intended to benefit from the program.
A division or office is the administrative unit by which the work of the department of Health and Human Services structures and manages the work performed on behalf of North Carolinians. The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services is divided into 30 divisions and offices. Divisions fall under four broad service areas – health, human services, administrative and support functions.
The program goal describes what the program wants to accomplish, for what intended beneficiaries and for what result.
This describes what need the program addresses; how it is being done; who or what population is being served; and who is eligible.
Intended Beneficiaries indicate who the program is intended to benefit.
This is in reference to the year the program or service was first offered in North Carolina.
Community Resource Information System (CRIS) Number
The Community Resource Information System (CRIS) helps local communities in North Carolina obtain information about state government financial assistance and other programs. This number references the corresponding information about this program within CRIS.
A Grant is funding provided to applicants to carry out activities.
Refers to whether an entity or entities are eligible to apply for funding to carry out activities.
Budget and Expenditure Information
- State Administrative (Budget\Expenditure)
- State Service (Budget\Expenditure)
- Local Administration (Budget\Expenditure)
- Local Service (Budget\Expenditure)
- Intra-governmental Transfers (Budget\Expenditure)
- Total Requirements (Budget\Expenditure)
- Federal Receipts
- County/Local Receipts
- Other Receipts
- General Fund Appropriation
- Continuation Budget
- Legislative Adjustments
- Authorized Adjustments
Program Performance Measures
Measures are indicators of the expectations, progress and results of a program, service or contract measures are indicators of expectations, progress and results of a program, service or contract.
- Demand Measure
- Input Measure
- Efficiency Measure
- Output Measure
- Outcome Measure
- Quality Measure
References the preferred way to access performance
Explanatory Notes on Performance Measures
Provides an explanation of any factors and changes that have affected the program or service’s performance.
The twelve-month period to which the annual budget applies. The North Carolina fiscal year begins July 1st and ends on the following June 30th.