Common Performance Assessment System - COMPAS
|Reporting by Multilateral Development Bank|
|Reporting by Indicator|
|Indicators reporting by MDB|
|Indicators reporting by indicator|
|Indicators reporting guidance note|
What is COMPAS?
COMPAS, the Common Performance Assessment System, was designed in 2005 as a framework through which the multilateral development banks (MDBs) could track their capacities to manage for development results. COMPAS has become an established and recognized report for constructive dialogue within and among MDBs and partners to sharpen their focus on managing for development results (MfDR).
COMPAS focuses on measuring the MDBs’ capacities to apply and improve operational processes toward achieving results on the ground. As a self-reporting exercise, COMPAS aims to measure MfDR capacity and progress consistently through the analysis of key performance indicators consolidated into a concise and convenient format, and comparable within each MDB. COMPAS is not designed to make direct comparisons across institutions, although the matrix format of the report does provide opportunities for the MDBs to learn from one another.
- African Development Bank (AfDB)
- Asian Development Bank (AsDB)
- International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD)
- Inter-American Development Bank (IADB)
- Islamic Development Bank (IsDB)
- European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD)
- World Bank Group (WBG)