Innovations in federal, state, and local government programs
By SSIR Editors
Supplement to the article “The Park That Paid Off.”
By Francis Gouillart & Tina Hallett
Bringing innovation to the public sector is famously difficult. But efforts that open up the public sector value chain to multiple stakeholders can deliver impressive results.
By Jessica Harrison
A highly focused effort in Kenya to treat worm infections in children delivers lessons on how to expand a proven program.
Reviewed By Peter A. Ubel
A leading public intellectual, fresh from government service, explores the complexities of cost-benefit analysis.
By Juan Manuel Restrepo
In Colombia, the Center for Social Innovation is exploring how much government can do to facilitate social change.
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By Kathryn Peterson
Single Stop USA provides low-income Americans with a convenient gateway to a wider range of services and benefits.
By Adrienne Day
International food assistance can lead to a spike in the occurrence of armed conflict within a country.
By Wendy Yaross
Five lessons from research on poverty in America.
By Georgia Levenson Keohane
The White House Office of Social Innovation and Civic Participation enjoys broad, bi-partisan support; in the wake of midterm elections, its work is more important than ever.
By Sonal Shah
Governments around the world are beginning to embrace outcomes-based funding as a way to increase their impact.
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