Brief Managing for Results
Robert D. Reischauer
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[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.
Research Areas Crime, justice, and safety Neighborhoods, cities, and metros Social safety net Taxes and budgets
Tags State programs, budgets Federal urban policies Policing and community safety State and local tax issues
Policy Centers Justice Policy Center