The purpose of this study was to designing a performance management model for the Office of Physical Education and Sport Activities of Education Ministry. The research method was applied in terms of purpose, descriptive-survey and mixed (sequential exploratory). Three basic steps were performed to conduct the research: 1- In-depth interviews with managers and experts to enumerating of the factors and criteria of performance evaluation. 2- Leveling the factors using ISM model (interpretive structural modeling) and 3- Weighing the factors using AHP method in the focus group. The results of this study showed the development of the financial system (150 points), standardization and development of space and sports equipment (200 points), human resources (160 points), participation and interactions of inside and outside the organization (50 points), Research and development (40 points) and system development of volunteer (40 points) were the input of the performance management system. Development of physical education curriculum (140 points) and dissemination of extra curriculum activities (120 points) as processes and growth and development of physical education (40 points) and development and promotion of active lifestyle (60 points) were outputs of the research model. In the proposed model, 31 evaluation criteria are also presented that can facilitate the operational plan of the performance management system of the physical education office.