State and local

 

State and local

The Baltimore CitiStat Program: Performance and Accountability

Monday, January 1st, 2001 - 14:00
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This project examines managing for results through Baltimore’s CitiStat program in housing and community development, particularly as the city attempts to orchestrate its performance goals, objectives, and outcome measures with those federal and state agencies funding municipal programs. md, maryland Managing for Performance and Results

Managing Outcomes: Milestone Contracting in Oklahoma

Monday, January 1st, 2001 - 14:00
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This report documents examples of milestone contracting between public agencies and social service nonprofit agencies, with a particular focus on a recent innovation in Oklahoma's way of managing its contracts with nonprofit organizations. Oklahoma's milestone contracting specifies a series of distinct and critical achievements and confers payment for a set of collaboratively defined programmatic results. This approach is explored in greater detail by examining Oklahoma's approach, while also thinking through a full range of potential uses of this emerging contract system.

Preparing for Wireless and Mobile Technologies in Government

Monday, January 1st, 2001 - 14:00
This report seeks to fill the gap that exists in understanding the technology readiness of the government workforce and the impact on leveraging wireless technology for e-government applications. Technology and E-Government

San Diego County's Innovation Program: Using Competition and a Whole Lot More to Improve Public Services

Monday, January 1st, 2001 - 14:00
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This report focuses on the lessons learned during the first year of welfare-to-work managed competition in San Diego County, California, where for-profit, non-profit and government organizations competed for welfare-to-work case management service contracts in an effort to cut costs and improve the quality of services. The lessons learned from San Diego are used to make recommendations for other jurisdictions that may consider introducing competition to the public sector. Innovation