Chelsea Lei
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This post introduces the Government Performance Consortium, which is working to advance a new approach to performance management by growing a community of practice and offering an open-source toolkit of resources that promote a focus on outcomes throughout the chain of command.

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In the six months since Rhode Island’s Works Wonders program won the 2018 Innovations in American Government Award, the successful pilot program has been able to expand its reach to cities in other states. The program aims to equip youth who are aging out of foster care with career readiness training and skills in order to position them for stable jobs and careers. This miniseries will... Read More

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Cities struggling with gentrification and staggering rental prices can learn from Charlotte, North Carolina’s data-driven innovation.

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At the heart of the success achieved in such a short span of time by the Seoul's Energy Welfare Public-Private Partnership Program lies the existing social capital the city already had through its energy policies and civic engagement campaigns. The Energy Welfare PPP program is just one point in a larger constellation of policies, programs, and actors that have come together to create... Read More

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In September, Ben Hecht, president and CEO of Living Cities, an innovative philanthropic collaborative of the world’s largest foundations and financial institutions, spoke to an audience of a mayoral chiefs of staff from some of the largest US cities concerning the ideas in his latest book, Reclaiming the American Dream: Proven Solutions for Creating Economic Opportunity for All. His talk... Read More