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GPC Attendees Revel in Lean Support, Training, and Networking

GPC Attendees Revel in Lean Support, Training, and Networking

December 20, 2016 by Leah LaCivita
Category: Government Performance Consortium

Over 200 local government leaders gathered in Tacoma for the latest Government Performance Consortium (GPC) forum, where they discussed lean management and shared their own thoughts, successes, and strategies.

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The Key to a Better City: Fill Fewer Potholes, Have More Fun

The Key to a Better City: Fill Fewer Potholes, Have More Fun

May 19, 2016 by Josh Mahar
Category: Government Performance Consortium

Early this month author Peter Kageyama came to Washington as part of our Government Performance Consortium and provided an inspiring overview of how cities can leverage community assets to build a better city, all without spending huge amounts of money.

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Creating a Functional Performance Dashboard in 8 Steps

Creating a Functional Performance Dashboard in 8 Steps

November 16, 2015 by Tracy Burrows
Category: Government Performance Consortium

This summer, the Government Performance Consortium hosted six intrepid Government Data Change Agent interns for the cities of Airway Heights, Anacortes, Kent, Issaquah, Renton, and Tukwila.

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Relive the Excitement of the "From Public Good to Public Great" Forum

Relive the Excitement of the "From Public Good to Public Great" Forum

June 4, 2015 by Josh Mahar
Category: Government Performance Consortium

Our twitter recap showcases some of the provactive ideas and positive energy from this amazing event.

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Government of the Future: Introducing the Government Performance Consortium

Government of the Future: Introducing the Government Performance Consortium

April 14, 2015 by Larisa Benson
Category: Government Performance Advisor , Government Performance Consortium

Government agencies today are not much changed in structure or culture from their predecessors of past decades.  In stark contrast, citizens’ expectations for speed and service accessibility – driven by the information age – exceed most governments’ current capacities.  What does our future look like?

Washington State and her local government jurisdic...

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