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    New Hampshire DCYF: Data Moving in Right Direction

    June 17, 2020

    The state of New Hampshire released new data that shows substantial progress within the Division for Children, Youth, and Families (DCYF). According to DCYF Director Joseph Ribsam, "New Hampshire’s children and families are far better off today," as a result of collective efforts to rebuild the state's Child Protection System. Read the press release here, see the data slides...

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    Press Release: DHHS To Partner With Waypoint, Family Resource Center Of Northern New Hampshire For Community-Based Voluntary Services

    November 30, 2020

    The New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) shared a press release, announcing partnerships with two social service agencies to provide community-based voluntary services for at-risk children and families. Governor Chris Sununu said, “The announcement of these two partnerships, which will serve to provide voluntary services, is yet another step forward in ensuring we continue to meet that commitment and in ensuring support services are readily accessible to New Hampshire families directly within their...

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    Press Release

    September 14, 2021

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    Harvard Kennedy School Government Performance Lab selects five jurisdictions to participate in Alternative 911 Emergency Response project to advance public health approaches to public safety

     
    Cambridge, MA – The Harvard Kennedy School Government Performance Lab (GPL) today announced the selection of five jurisdictions that will participate in a new initiative designed to implement alternative responses to nonviolent 911 calls—Durham, North...
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    Long Beach Asks Vendors to Share Feedback in Survey

    October 15, 2021
    The City of Long Beach is asking past, current and prospective vendors to participate in a Vendor Engagement Survey to help guide procurement improvements. The survey is one result of a comprehensive evaluation and remaking of the City's procurement systems and processes, conducted in collaboration with the Harvard Kennedy School Government Performance Lab (GPL). The goal is to make procurement more efficient, consistent and forward-looking, so that all vendors are better positioned to... Read more about Long Beach Asks Vendors to Share Feedback in Survey