Resources McDavid, J. C., Huse, I., & Hawthorn, L. R. L. (2013). Program evaluation and performance measurement: An introduction to practice (2nd ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.Chapter 12, â€œThe Nature and Practice of Professional Judgment in Program Evaluationâ€ (pp. 439â€“478)Morris, M. (2011). The good, the bad, and the evaluator: 25 years of AJE ethics. American Journal of Evaluation, 32(1), 134â€“151.Picciotto, R. (2011). The logic of evaluation professionalism. Evaluation, 17(2), 165â€“180.Frierson, H. T., Hood, S., Hughes, G. B., & Thomas, V. G. (2010). A guide to conducting culturally responsive evaluations. In J. F. Westat (Ed.), The 2010 user-friendly handbook for project evaluation (pp. 75â€“93). Retrieved from https://www.westat.com/sites/westat.com/files/2010UFHB.pdfTask:Ethical dilemmas represent an important consideration for public policy and administration professionals. Organizational stakeholders and their values and principles present unique challenges for program evaluators. For this Discussion, review â€œFionaâ€™s Choice: An Ethical Dilemma for a Program Evaluatorâ€ on page 473 in the McDavid course text.List values and principles that would be important to the main stakeholders in this situation, both for Fiona and the organization. Use the AEAâ€™s guiding principles for evaluators as a guide. Explain the values and principles that you selected as important to the main stakeholders and how you would handle this situation.