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Getting To Outcomes (GTO) helps users prioritize among problems, select evidence-based measurable and attainable goals, and then implement them with the highest quality possible while monitoring the process and outcomes. Learning the GTO process is a way to think critically about current efforts, remaining gaps and priorities, and new initiatives that have the potential for positive impact.

GTO can be used to help U.S. Air and Space Force Community Action Teams efficiently and effectively develop a high-quality Community Action Plan (CAP). Each chapter in the Handbook includes guidance and tools to help an installation develop a CAP. The tools are worksheets that prompt GTO users to consider a variety of planning and evaluation issues and record the results of their decisions. The supplementary Resource Guide provides links to other information and helpful tips for completing the tools. A companion Workbook contains blank versions of the tools.

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