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How do compile an After Action Report?  
An After Action Report (AAR) is a summary of the actions taken to plan and carry out a certain event. Most AARs are divided into different sections based on the key activities that relate to the specific event. For example, if the event is an annual fund-raising art action, there might be several different committees who worked on different aspects of the event. There might be a committee responsible for contacting artists to support the event and/or donate items to be auctioned or sold; a committee that planned the publicity for the event; one that planned refreshments; one that planned entertainment and decorations; etc. In an AAR, the committee chairperson should write a summary of his/her committee’s actions, to include specific contacts made, their budget, and any problems they had. It should also include the steps the committee took to resolve any issues they had as well as recommendations for the future. An AAR serves two key purposes: it records information about the event for historical purposes, and it serves as a starting point for future planners of the event or similar events. Learn more about After Action Reports from the references listed.
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