Answer (A) is correct. A program-results engagement is intended to obtain information about the costs, outputs, benefits, and effects of a program. It attempts to measure the accomplishment and relative success of the undertaking. Because benefits often cannot be quantified in financial terms, a special concern is the ability to measure effectiveness. Thus, clear definitions of objectives and standards should be provided at the outpost of the program. A program is a funded activity not part of the normal, continuing operations of the organization, such as an expansion or a new information system.