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Good summary of the greatest potentially toxic elements in P4P plans, Dan. They are simply tools: some good and some bad. Most faults aren't with the tool itself but with the builder, the tool designer or the operator.

Bottom line: Only thing more fraught with hazard than Pay for Performance is pay without regard to performance.

A more extensive list of these issues was published last year in GEOnomics 2011 and presented at several conferences - always great to repeat good work.



Excellent post… was just what I was looking for! Thanks again.

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