Building a Smarter, More Efficient Government through "Pay for Success"

Greenblatt, Jonathan
January 2013
Whitehouse Blog;2013, p117
Blog Entry
A blog post is presented about several steps taken by the administration of U.S. President Barack Obama in 2013 to advance Pay for Success, an approach for the government to partner with philanthropic and private investors to fund proven and promising practices.


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