Policy briefs (policy reports) serve as a resource for offering evidence-based policy suggestions by assisting readers in analyzing government programs, outlining potential alternatives, and making more informed decisions about them. The fundamental goal of a policy brief or policy report is to offer a sound analysis or solutions on a specific policy problem based on field information. Audiences in the policy world require timely, accurate information. Thus, policy reports and briefs are written in a way that allows readers — including policymakers and government managers — to quickly acquire accurate information and make informed judgments. Focusing on a specific issue, the usefulness of the remedies in light of the problem's time and location, brevity, and high coherence and fluency of the text are all greatly stressed in this type of publication. Policy briefs and reports typically offer a helpful summary of pertinent scientific findings and concepts, offer potential policy options, and occasionally make an argument for a specific course of action. These articles could seek to be objective or try to influence readers in a specific way. If it is meant to be persuasive, the report's body will employ objective language to persuade the reader of the pressing nature of a contemporary issue and the necessity of taking action.