Presentation An Overview of Pay for Success: Funding the Infrastructure for Evidence-Based Change
John Roman, Kelly Walsh, Samuel Bieler, Samuel A. Taxy
Display Date
Download Report
(2.04 MB)

Understanding existing research evidence informs the selection of rigorous interventions, the local capacity needs to provide services, the pricing and performance targets for the PFS transaction and the evaluation expectations. This general overview of the strategic planning and five-step process needed to support high-quality PFS projects discusses current opportunities in criminal justice and highlights the models advantages and disadvantages.
Research Areas Crime, justice, and safety Economic mobility and inequality Taxes and budgets
Tags Fiscal policy Corrections State and local tax issues Pay for success
Policy Centers Justice Policy Center
Research Methods Performance measurement and management