The purpose of this study is to review the standardization of the policy evaluation process and method, and present a plan so that the expertise, immediacy, and uniformity of the policy can be improved in the performance of the policy evaluation task of the person in charge of the statistics-based policy evaluation system.
To this end, the theoretical background of the policy was reviewed, the existing work manual was supplemented, and the criteria for ‘classification of laws and policies’ were set and the criteria for ‘actual evaluation exemption’  were supplemented. In addition, the ‘Laws on Exclusion from Evaluation Targets’ were reclassified to make it easier to determine whether to be subject to policy evaluation in the work by reclassifying the criteria for 'substantial evaluation exemption' by policy type (support policy, regulatory policy, information policy, resource policy) and to eliminate overlapping of the actual evaluation exemption criteria.
In order to present statistical indicators for use in the policy, not only the criteria  for statistical indicator selection were presented for each policy component (policy target, policy goal, and policy means), but the existing statistics-based policy evaluation cases were reviewed, and precautions when selecting statistical indicators, excellent examples of statistical indicator selection, and opposite cases were presented so that they can be reflected in practice.
At the stage of the preliminary evaluation application (preliminary evaluation request, etc.), a checklist ('actual evaluation exemption' and 'Laws on Exclusion from Evaluation Targets') to determine primarily (on its own) whether to be subject to statistics-based policy evaluation was created to improve the immediacy and efficiency of business processing. In addition, a comparison table for similar systems was created to be referred to in the work.


Key words:?Statistics-based policy evaluation, Laws on Exclusion from Evaluation Targets, actual evaluation exemption, checklist