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ETP Scorecard

The ETP Scorecard assesses the extent to which the planned Key Performance Indicator (KPI) for each Entry Point Project achieved the desired outcome for the past year. The actual year-to-date results are presented in three scoring methodologies.

All three methods have been formulated to provide a pragmatic representation of the actual KPI numbers in percentages.
Method 1
Scoring is calculated by a simple comparison against set 2014 targets. The overall NKEA/SRI composite scoring is the average of all scores.

Method 2
Scoring is calculated by dividing actual results against set 2014 targets with an added rule:
  • If the scoring is less than 100%, score #2 is taken as the actual percentage
  • If the scoring is equal or more than 100%, score #2 is taken as 100%. The overall NKRA composite scoring is the average of all scores.


Method 3
Scoring is calculated by dividing actual results against set 2014 targets with an added rule:
  • If the scoring is equal and less than 50%, score #3 is indicated as 0
  • If the scoring is more than 50% and less than 100%, score #3 is indicated as 0.5
  • If the scoring is equal or more than 100%, score #3 is indicated as 1.


Where decimal points are concerned, the scorecard employs a rounding mechanism. In cases where the KPI results have a decimal point of 0.1 to 0.4 per cent, the final percentage value is rounded downwards. Where the results have a decimal point of 0.5 to 0.9 per cent, the final percentage value is rounded upwards.
The traffic light approach is outlined below

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