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About us
Executive Commission  

It is the Steering Committee’s technical-auxiliary body in charge of undertaking technical substantial functions for the evaluation of the Social Development Policy and elaborating the report on advancements of social development programs implemented by the Federal Public Administration entities and dependencies.




I. To evaluate social development policy in terms of what is established in article 72 of the Law;  


II. To formulate the results criteria, based on poverty estimations, for the definition of priority attention areas;


III. To submit to the Committee’s consideration the approval of the indicators referred to by chapter I of the Fifth Title of the Law in order to measure the coverage, quality, and impact of social development programs and actions, as well as to make sure said indicators reflect compliance with their objectives and goals;


IV. To propose criteria and guidelines of evaluation methodologies regarding social development policy and programs;


V. To submit to the Committee’s consideration the minimum requirements to be complied by independent evaluating organizations participating in the pubic calls issued by the Council or those issued by the Federal Public Administration dependencies and agencies responsible for the operation of federal programs, actions and resources subject to evaluation, in accordance with applicable legal dispositions;


VI. To propose the necessary coordination mechanisms in order for the information and results derived from the evaluations of social development programs, goals and actions, provide feedback regarding coverage, quality, impact, funding, and social objective of said programs, goals, and actions;


VII. To elaborate and to submit to the Committee’s consideration the guidelines to carry out studies and diagnostics relative to the suitability, feasibility, and efficiency of implementing new social development programs;


VIII. To request from whoever intervenes in the operation of programs subject to evaluation, the necessary information to achieve this purpose;


IX. To formulate the report of evaluation results, based on the results of evaluations and other studies carried out to this effect;


X. To publish evaluation results and other studies referring to social development;


XI. To propose the annual program for the development of social development evaluations, studies and diagnostics to be developed by the Council itself or through independent evaluating organizations;


XII. To revise the evaluations carried out by the Council itself, as well as the ones it hired from independent evaluating organizations, and to submit the results to the Committee’s consideration for its approval;


XIII. To use the evaluations to guarantee transparency and accountability in social development policy, and to contribute to the improvements of its operation and results;


XIV. To elaborate suggestions and recommendations projects for the Federal Executive Power, the Inter-Ministry Social Development Commission, and the National Social Development Commission, on social development policy and programs, based on the results of available evaluations and research;


XV. To receive and, when appropriate, to consider the thematic and methodological evaluation proposals suggested by the public, social, and private sectors regarding social development;


XVI. To perform studies and research in matters of evaluation of social programs and of poverty identification and measurement;


XVII. To act, when appropriate, as an advisory body in matters of evaluation of social programs and poverty measurement to the Federal Public Administration dependencies and entities, to state and municipal authorities, as well as to the social and private sectors, whenever it is requested from it


XVIII. To promote evaluation database access and interconnection mechanisms for the adequate analysis of planning, research, training, and education;


XIX. To present before the Committee the criteria and guidelines for the definition, identification, and poverty measurement, taking into account the indicators referred in article 36 of the Law, and to perform the corresponding studies with the periodicity and geographic disaggregation established in the article 37 of the after mentioned law;


XX. To propose the mechanisms to guarantee transparency, objectivity and technical rigor in compliance with the attribution established by the latter item, using the information generated by the National Statistics and Geography Institute (INEGI), independently from other data deemed convenient, in terms of what is set forth by article 36 of the Law;


XXI. To release and to diffuse the results on the measurement of poverty;;


XXII. To permanently promote courses, workshops and seminars for the development and learning of evaluation and poverty measurement techniques and methodologies.


XXIII. To formulate the annual evaluation program, studies and diagnostics of social development programs to be carried out by the Council itself or through independent evaluating organizations;


XXIV. To promote and to strengthen an evaluation culture throughout all the fields relative to social development policy;


XXV. To propose to the Committee the necessary agreements to make effective the attributions granted to the Council by the Law; and


XXVI. Any other attributed to it by this Statute and the Committee



The Commission, based on its technical capabilities and available information, by itself or through third parties, shall perform the evaluation of social development policy and the social development programs implemented by the Federal Public Administration agencies and dependencies advancement report. For said purpose, it shall establish the necessary coordination mechanisms with the Ministry of Finance (SHCP) and with the National Statistics and Geography Institute (INEGI). The results obtained shall be released to SHCP, the instances that according to the Law integrate the National Social Development System, as well as to the Social Development Commissions of the Chambers of Deputies and of Senators. The exercise of this attribution shall take place according to the regulations, terms, and deadlines foreseen by the applicable legal and administrative ordinances.