12 December 2018

Three Perks of Getting Your City’s Data Check-Up ??

Not one of the best infovids from Bloomberg Philanthropies WorkWorksCities....sounds like 2 'Valley-Girls' talking about something they call Data Excellence and getting certified with CRITERIA that send the standard of excellence for a well-managed city . . .
Published on Dec 12, 2018
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How is your city doing? Completing a Certification assessment allows your city to know exactly how to answer that question and opens the door for you to receive exclusive support from WWC as you build a well-managed local government. Join WWC partner Results for America for this webinar to learn about key benefits of participating in Certification.
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About What Works Cities:
What Work Cities, launched in April 2015, is the largest-ever philanthropic efforts to enhance cities’ use of data and evidence. The initiative is providing technical assistance to 100 cities on a rolling basis through 2018. Cities around the country are receiving support, guidance and resources to succeed through a consortium of leading organizations assembled by Bloomberg Philanthropies: the Behavioral Insights Team, the Center for Government Excellence at Johns Hopkins University, the Government Performance Lab at the Harvard Kennedy School, Results for America and the Sunlight Foundation. In 2016, What Works Cities was named by Forbes as “one of the ten most promising philanthropic bets” of the year and by Engaging Local Government Leaders as the “most important company operating in the local government arena.” In March 2017, the initiative launched What Works Cities Certification, the first-ever national standard for data-driven governance.
Web:
http://www.whatworkscities.bloomberg.org.
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Mesa City Manager Chris Brady: Attitude Dude

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