Tiered Evidence Grants - An Assessment of the Education Innovation and Research Program

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Tiered-evidence grants are a new approach to funding initiatives, linked to three different tiers of funding.

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How Can Blockchain Technology Help Government Drive Economic Activity?
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Blockchain is a foundational technology, like electricity and the internet…
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A recent Roundtable discussion addressed how the public and private sectors can work together effectively to accelerate progress in leveraging support services across agencies.
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Adopting new ways for government to operate, using agile principles and putting user experiences and program results at the forefront.
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Arguably, innovation is a key determinant of the competitive advantage of nations.
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A couple weeks ago I attended a conference located at a coworking space - one of these newish office spaces that enable freelancers and entrepreneurs to rent shared office space on a monthly basis.
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Blockchain is a foundational technology, like electricity and the internet…
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Tiered-evidence grants are a new approach to funding initiatives, linked to three different tiers of funding.
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The Center for The Business of Government continues to support research by recognized thought leaders on key public management issues facing government executives today.
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Understanding the evolution and challenges of creating and sustaining digital service teams in the public sector will provide useful context for future directions .
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The U.S. is seen as one of the safest places in the world to invest. And these investments turn into jobs. The Bureau of Economic Analysis reports that in 2014, 6.4 million Americans were employed by U.S. subsidiaries of foreign firms.
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Articles from across the Web that we at the IBM Center for The Business of Government found interesting for the week of April 17-21.
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