- Description of two to three alternative methods to resolve the issue you presented.
- Consequences of each alternative method: For example – who would be affected, what costs might be incurred and by whom, and what benefits might be realized?
- Description of evaluation criteria: This should help you compare alternatives across a number of areas. For example, cost could be key criteria for comparing alternatives, but there may be other concerns that are equally important to resolve. You might find an inexpensive alternative, but it might not be politically feasible to implement, for example. Once the criteria are identified, you should establish a way to prioritize the criteria. Which are the most important and why? Think about the discussions in class regarding decision-making and evaluation.
RecommendationsRemember that you wrote this paper from the perspective of a staff person presenting this analysis to a policy maker. Now you are ready to make a recommendation on one of these alternatives. In this section, outline which alternative you would recommend to the policy maker, including a brief summary of how you arrived at this conclusion.ReferencesI’ve aqttached what i have so far. can some1 help with english and expands?SNAPPROGRAMREFORM.docx