The Government Performance Lab (formerly the Social Impact Bond Technical Assistance Lab) was established in 2011 with seed funding from the Rockefeller Foundation. We are grateful to all of our funders:
The Corporation for National and Community Service Social Innovation Fund supports the GPL’s PFS work through grants made in 2014 and 2016.
Bloomberg Philanthropies’ What Works Cities initiative supports the GPL’s work with cities pursuing improvements in the results they achieve with contracted dollars through approaches such as results-driven contracting.
The Dunham Fund supported the GPL’s PFS work in Illinois.
Laura and John Arnold Foundation support the GPL’s work with our second and third cohort of PFS jurisdictions and is funding our new work with state and local governments pursuing performance improvement projects.
The Pritzker Children’s Initiative is supporting GPL’s work with jurisdictions that are applying the PFS model to early childhood policy.
The Rockefeller Foundation funded the GPL’s work with our first and second cohort of PFS projects.