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Our Data Bodies

Based in marginalized neighborhoods in Charlotte, North Carolina, Detroit, Michigan, and Los Angeles, California, we look at digital data collection and our human rights, work with local communities, community organizations, and social support networks, and show how different data systems impact re-entry, fair housing, public assistance, and community development.

The Citizens Agenda newsroom guide

The citizens agenda is a way for news organizations to ensure that voters get the information they need from the politicians competing for their votes, in order to make the best decisions they can. The approach can be used for any type of election: school board, local government, state government, national or otherwise. In order for newsrooms to adopt a new kind of thinking, process and behavior, it takes more than one passionate person to make lasting change happen. This readiness assessment is designed to give you a sense of how easy or difficult it might be to get a citizens agenda model deployed in your newsroom, so you can go in with eyes wide open around any challenges.

Quartz Bad Data Guide

An exhaustive reference to problems seen in real-world data along with suggestions on how to resolve them.

Guidebook: Crafting a Results-Driven Request for Proposals (RFP)

Harvard Kennedy School Government Performance Lab's Guidebook: Crafting a Results-Driven Request for Proposals (RFP) The resources contained in this guidebook will help public sector organizations leverage procurement to improve the outcomes of government-funded programs and services, including by writing results-driven requests for proposals (RFPs) and by better managing the RFP development process.

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