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Actionable strategies to inform evidence-based policymaking at all levels of government.
Evidence-based policymaking is the systematic use of findings from program evaluations and outcome analyses (“evidence”) to guide government policy
Evidence-based policymaking, which relies on rigorous analysis of program results to inform budget, policy, and management decisions, is one strate
In a new report, the Pew-MacArthur Results First Initiative names Minnesota as one of five leading states in evidence-based policymaking.
Evidence-based policymaking—the systematic use of findings from program evaluations and outcome analyses to guide government policy and funding dec
This brief is one in a series about the five key components of evidence-based policymaking as identified in Evidence-Based Policymaking: A Guide fo
In this animated video, learn about the Results First Initiative, which, since 2011, has partnered with states and counties across the country to h
This brief is one in a series about the five key components of evidence-based policymaking as identified in ‘Evidence-Based Policymaking: A Guide f
Today, legislators and managers from 22 states and four California counties have partnered with Results First to bring evidence-based decision-maki
This report discusses how and why evidence-based policymaking is a growing national trend and reviews the framework in detail to provide tips and s
This policy establishes requirements and responsibilities for Users and User Trainers of the Level of Service/Case management Inventory (LS/CMI) in
The impact of the Risk-Need-Responsivity (RNR) model on the development of other risk assessment tools and rehabilitation programs is discussed.