OECD Feasibility Study:  Measuring the Uptake and Impact of Due Diligence in the
Garment and Footwear Supply Chain  


Written Consultation
Available until 30 September 2020


The OECD’s Feasibility Study on Measuring the Uptake and Impact of Due Diligence in the Garment and Footwear Supply Chain was designed to identify and assess potential methodological approaches for measuring the uptake, incentives and outcomes of enterprises’ due diligence practices as presented in the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises and elaborated upon in the OECD Due Diligence Guidance for Responsible Supply Chains in the Garment and Footwear Sector.
  
The study looks at 11 possible methodologies for measuring uptake, drivers and outcomes of due diligence.  The study also highlights where there are linkages between incentives, uptake and outcome, and presents some considerations for selecting approaches.  Finally the study maps data sources, and highlights considerations for using existing data sets. 
The findings are intended to provide options for public sector monitoring and evaluation, designed to be adequately broad to enable the OECD and member governments to act on the results. 

The OECD is sharing the draft report among a number of stakeholders working on responsible supply chains in the garment and footwear sectors (including government, business, multi-stakeholder organisations, civil society organisations and trade unions), in order to capture feedback on the methodologies propoosed.  Initiatives providing feedback are asked to review the draft report focusing particularly on the 11 different approaches, as well as the annexes of key data sources.

This consultation will close on 30 September 2020.  We also welcome interested organisations to contact the OECD in case you would like to discuss this project further.  Contact email:  Dorothy.Lovell@oecd.org and Benjamin.Katz@oecd.org
Thank you for your participation.

1. Rate the value of the following types of evaluation for your organisation
Evaluating incentives:
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Monitoring and measuring uptake:
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Measuring outcomes:
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2. Rate the value of the following approaches for evaluating incentives (with reference to the draft report)
National Incentive Benchmark:
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Incentives Enterprise Survey:
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Exploratory Incentive Case Study:
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Linking Incentives and Uptake through Mining of Existing Data:
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3. Rate value of the following approaches for monitoring and measuring uptake (with reference to the draft report)
Light Benchmark:
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Uptake Enterprise Survey:
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Exploratory Uptake Case Study:
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Uptake-Focused Mining of Existing Data:
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4. Rate value of the following approaches for measuring outcomes (with reference to the draft report)
Quantitative Impact Assessment:
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Exploratory Impact Case Study:
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Linking Uptake and Outcomes through Mining of Existing Data:
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5. Does your organisation collect incentive, uptake or impact/outcome data?
Please describe type of data.
5.1 Of this data, please state whether it is publicly available, available as aggregated data or not publicly available.
Complete for all data sets that you listed in question 5.
Please state type of data:
Available
Available as aggregated data
Not available
6. Additional Feedback
Please feel welcome to share any additional feedback on the draft report of the OECD's Feasibility Study
Please provide the name of your organisation and contact email address.
Organisation name
Email address