RPI was contracted to conduct an evaluation of the Provincial Drinking Water Program in Nova Scotia. The process included focus groups and interviews with multiple stakeholder groups from across Nova Scotia (e.g., Municipal Drinking Water Supplies, Registered Drinking Water Supplies, private consultants, laboratories, and three government departments (Nova Scotia Environment, Public Health from Nova Scotia Department of Health and Wellness, and the Nova Scotia Department of Agriculture). The process included working with a Steering Committee to clearly define the objectives of the evaluation, and to obtain their input into key project deliverables such as the evaluation instruments, reports, etc. RPI developed all data collection tools (multiple interview guides), collected and analyzed the data, completed preliminary reports for all stakeholder groups as well as an overall report which compiled the key findings across stakeholder groups. The qualitative data management software NVivo was used to manage the large amount of data gathered. The final report was presented to senior leadership within Nova Scotia Environment.