Managing for Results

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Managing for Results

August 9, 2005

Abstract

[The Washington Times] The Maryland Opportunity Compact, a new public-private partnership to develop innovative prevention and early intervention programs, "represents a new approach to social service funding, one that is both revolutionary and common-sensical," writes Urban Institute President Robert Reischauer. A former director of the Congressional Budget Office, Reischauer discusses why the compact is a model initiative and how it could influence the ways other states and the federal government fund social service programs.

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