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Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) are collaborative arrangements between government entities and private sector organizations where both parties share resources, risks, and rewards, to deliver public infrastructure, services, or initiatives, typically characterized by a contract that details the roles, responsibilities, and revenue sharing of each partner.

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Design Action Research with Government

Design Action Research with Government

1 City Hall Square, Boston, MA, United States

Design Action Research with Government (DARG) is a guide for creating civic innovation projects.

Responsible Design, Development, and Deployment of Technologies (ReDDDoT)

Supports research, implementation and education projects involving multi-sector teams that focus on the responsible design, development or deployment of technologies.




This Transport for London project looks to introduce new ways to reduce adverse impacts of roadworks in London, by working with innovative companies to shape these in a way that responds to the problems London faces.

Sitra Digital power and democracy project

The project produces information on new forms of digital power and enables people to make a difference in matters that are important to them.

Cyber Defense Assistance Collaborative (CDAC)

The Cyber Defense Assistance Collaborative (CDAC) is a group of leading cybersecurity companies, former U.S. government officials, and top U.S. cyber defense leaders who came together to provide operational cyber defense assistance to Ukraine during the 2022 Russian invasion.

National Science Foundation's Smart & Connected Communities Virtual Organization

Pushing the Boundaries of Scientific Innovation to Create a Smarter, Sustainable, and Resilient Future for Communities



New York City

Created in 2009-2010, Town+Gown is a city-wide university-community partnership program, resident at the New York City Department of Design and Construction (DDC), that brings academics and practitioners together to create actionable knowledge in the built environment.

Boston Area Research Initiative (BARI)

Boston Area Research Initiative (BARI)

360 Huntington Ave, Boston, Massachusetts, USA

The Boston Area Research Initiative (BARI) is an interuniversity partnership that pursues original urban research on the cutting edge of scholarship and public policy, with an emphasis on opportunities created by novel digital data.

Transit Innovation Partnership

The Transit Innovation Partnership is a public-private initiative launched by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority and the Partnership for New York City with the mission to make New York the global leader in public transit.

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