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This streamlined, web-based handbook and PDF for offline use are intended for use by military site prevention activity implementation teams that have obtained Getting To Outcomes (GTO) training and are working to plan and implement or evaluate a sexual assault prevention activity. The handbook will lead users through the ten steps of GTO to assist with the planning, implementation, evaluation, continuous quality improvement, and sustainability of military sexual assault prevention activities. The handbook contains guidance for completing each of the ten GTO steps, additional resources, and a detailed example.

GTO is a user-friendly, ten-step process for comprehensive planning, implementation guidance, and evaluation of programs and community initiatives. Research has shown that organizations that use GTO improve their programs and get better outcomes than organizations that do not use GTO.

For more information and training in GTO, visit www.rand.org/GTO.

This research was sponsored by the Department of Defense (DoD) Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Office (SAPRO) and conducted within the Forces and Resources Policy Center of the RAND National Security Research Division (NSRD).

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