The “E’s” of Action

Six Strategies to Create Strong Government Initiatives Anyone who consults for government knows the odds aren’t great that your data, conclusions or recommendations will make it direct from ink or electron to gavel or ballot. The itinerary taking elected officials from truth to action is peppered with stops for counterclaims, political pressures, longstanding promises, showboating… Read More The “E’s” of Action

How Can You Be So Sure? Seeking the Gold Standard of Survey Accuracy

By Tom Miller Humans are programmed to find solutions. But, even so, we’re not that great at it. Every day, from kids to public managers, people decide what works and what’s good. A small conclusion can affect your lunch while a big one might change the lives of 5 million immigrants. Sure, we rely on… Read More How Can You Be So Sure? Seeking the Gold Standard of Survey Accuracy

The Homeless Children and Youth Act (S.2653)– A Ploy or Problem Solver?

By Winnie Eke It appeared that some people were shocked about the recent revelation and news on children’s homelessness in America. That number, one in every 30 children, is an increase from the previous number of one in 45. It is also a reminder of the systemic failure in policies on poverty in the country.… Read More The Homeless Children and Youth Act (S.2653)– A Ploy or Problem Solver?