The purpose of program evaluation is to have a high level of accountability horizontally and beyond. In particular, an organization needs to be held accountable to its activities in compliance to its mission and objectives. On an external level-this is composed of four major elements which are transparency, justification, compliance and enforcement. Internal accountability is also instrumental in order to maximize productivity while performing organizational operations. For this reason, it is essential to have the right framework in order to have a beneficial evaluation process. The three fundamental questions to ask are who, what and why, which brings us back to stressing the emphasis of a clear mission statement while understanding the intentions of program activities while keeping stakeholders present throughout the evaluation process.