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The Federal Housing Choice Voucher Program: Case Study of a Revenue Neutral Approach to Using Evidence

The brief details how the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) used evidence to improve its Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) program in a revenue-neutral way.

2018-06-01
Strategic Convenings: The Secret Sauce in Collaborations across Departments and Levels of Government

Through various local, state, and Federal agencies, government bodies in the United States offer services for the public. However, few of the seemingly intractable challenges facing families and communities across the country can be solved by a single agency or level of government. Nor can such challenges be solved by government alone.

2018-02-01
2017 State Policy Survey: Child and Youth Policy Coordinating Bodies in the U.S.

The 2017 State Policy Survey: Child and Youth Policy Coordinating Bodies in the U.S. is the nation's only survey of state child and youth policy coordinating bodies (i.e., children’s cabinets, commissions, P-20 councils and early childhood advisory councils). The survey assesses coordinating bodies in the areas of partnerships, goals, data, accomplishments and challenges.

2017-12-31
Image of the cover of the Managing for Success report Managing for Success: Strengthening the Federal Infrastructure for Evidence-based Policymaking

This report examines how the federal government creates and uses evidence to inform decision-making.

2017-09-07
Youth Policy News-August 2017

August 2017 edition of the Youth Policy News

 

2017-08-31
Youth Policy News-July 2017

July 2017 edition of the Youth Policy News

 

2017-07-31
Youth Policy News - May 2017

May 2017 edition of the Youth Policy News

 

2017-05-31
Youth Policy News - April 2017

April 2017 edition of the Youth Policy News

 

2017-04-30
Youth Policy News - March 2017

March 2017 edition of the Youth Policy News

 

2017-03-31
ROI for Reconnecting Opportunity Youth in Each Congressional District

Providing federal funding for opportunity youth (16-24 year olds who are not in school and can’t find a job) is not just the right thing to do; it is also good for each district's bottom line.

2017-03-28