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Faced with changing economic conditions and more competition, nonprofit organizations are increasingly being pressed to measure and report their outcomes to funders and other constituents. At the same time, service organizations are becoming aware of the need to create feedback loops involving constituents as a way of improving their services. How nonprofits measure the impact of their work is the subject of "Outcome Measurement in Nonprofit Organizations: Current Practices and Recommendations," a new report from Independent Sector and the Urban Institute.