micro-question based continuous assessments, can generate a nuanced picture of user
The first is through the cumulation of assessments made by those who observe each other's competencies and one’s own self-assessment. The second is the independent assessor arrangements that the owner department for each competency will put in place and notify on iGOT 2.0. While the latter will typically use computerised proctored, independent, authorised assessments (PIAAs), the former will require a set of micro-questions to be posed and answered that have the ability to capture all aspects of each competency. These micro-questions, which will be in yes/no and multiple-choice formats, will be periodically posed to officials both as part of their peer and self-assessment.