Integra conducted a Data Quality Assessment (DQA) for USAID/Power Africa. The goal of the DQA was to review the quality of the indicator data to help USAID staff and implementing partners understand the strengths and weaknesses of their data and the extent to which the data can be trusted to influence management decisions. A DQA refers to USAID’s standard practice for assessing data quality, documenting any limitations in data quality, and establishing a plan for addressing those limitations. In this case, Power Africa required a mandatory three-year DQA. The Integra team and USAID staff reviewed 15 key indicators across multiple partners to determine that the data reasonably meets data quality standards to be useful for monitoring USAID programs, reliable for management decisions, and credible for reporting.