We are pleased to make PEPs available as a benefit of membership in AJFCA and to select individual organizations. PEPS (Program Planning & Evaluation System) provides a set of score-card analysis tools for new and existing programs based on programmatic impact and fiscal performance. This comprehensive system developed, trademarked and licensed by JF&CS of Atlanta will help your agencies to be more effective in strategic and program planning, and will provide the ability to analyze the services that works best for your agency now and in the future.

Participating Organizations
  • Alpert Jewish Family & Children’s Service of Palm Beach County
  • Birmingham Collat Jewish Family Services
  • Gulf Coast Jewish Family & Community Services
  • JEVS Human Services of Philadelphia
  • JEVs Human Services
  • Jewish Child & Family Service of Winnipeg
  • Jewish Family & Career Services of Atlanta
  • Jewish Family & Career Services of Louisville
  • Jewish Family & Career Services of Southern Arizona
  • Jewish Family and Children’s Service of Minneapolis
  • Jewish Family and Children's Service of Greater Philadelphia
  • JFCS of Long Beach & Orange County
  • JFCS of Southwest Florida
  • Jewish Family & Community Services East Bay
  • Jewish Family Services of Charlotte
  • Jewish Family Service of the Cincinnati area
  • Jewish Family Services of Delaware
  • Jewish Family Services of Edmonton
  • Jewish Family Service of Greater Harrisburg
  • Jewish Family Service of Houston
  • Jewish Family Service of the Lehigh Valley
  • Jewish Family Service of Metropolitan Detroit
  • Jewish Family Service of MetroWest New Jersey
  • Jewish Family Service of Somerset, Hunterdon, and Warren Counties
  • Jewish Family Service of St. Paul
  • Jewish Family Service of Tidewater
  • Jewish Federation of Southern New Jersey
  • Jewish Social Services of Madison
  • Jewish Social Service Agency Serving Maryland, DC and Northern Virginia
  • Ometz

PEPS 3.5 has the following tools:

  • Program analysis - of new and existing programs

  • Revenue versus need analysis

  • Data trend analysis

  • Quick score-card analysis

  • Comparison of  programs

  • Strategic Planning

  • “SWOT” analysis

  • Tracking of Outcomes  

  • New Initiative Tracker

  • Enhanced Reporting and Filtering Tools

  • Benchmarking

  • Active program management

 Benefits:

• Standardized tracking of programs and initiatives
• Promotes diversification of funding sources
• Reinforces strategic and business planning
• Increases accountability of program staff
• Promotes best practices and thought leadership
• Easy to use by experienced and new managers
• Facilitates right action on correct yet difficult decisions
• Identifies earned income potential
• Complies with continuous quality improvement standards (CQI/PQI)
• Enables funders to evaluate their program portfolios


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