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Announcing Phase I winners of the President’s Management Agenda Learning Agenda: Public Participation and Community Engagement Evidence Challenge

By The Evidence Team, OMB · June 10, 2024

On June 3, the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) announced the Phase I winning submissions... Read more

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OMB Revises its Uniform Grants Guidance, Clarifying Support for Program Evaluation

By The Evidence Team, OMB · June 04, 2024

The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) issues guidance in Title 2 of the CFR, often referred to as the Uniform Grants Guidance... Read more

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Calling Evidence Experts for a Year-Long IPA with the Evidence Team

By The Evidence Team, OMB · April 18, 2024

Are you a mid-career to senior-level professional passionate about using evidence and evaluations to inform programs and policies... Read more

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Applications for the Summer/Fall 2024 Evidence-Based Decision-Making Leadership Academy are Now Open!

By The Evidence Team, OMB · April 16, 2024

Creating an evidence-based Government means that staff at all levels – from program operators to Senior Executives – embrace the use of evidence to make decisions... Read more

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