Amazon, Apple and Google are examples of Fortune 500 companies that are known as learning organizations. They relentlessly pursue knowledge creation and transfer, leading to improvements in products and practices.
New BPC report offers 19 options for encouraging a culture of evidence-based policymaking in Congress to improve insights on how government policies and programs are working.
In an era of heightened concerns over data privacy, what more can be done to protect sensitive, confidential data?
A new Bipartisan Policy Center report outlines the barriers facing Congress in using evidence-based policymaking for improving the performance of government programs.
Conference Call: Update and Discussion on the Recommendations of the U.S. Commission on Evidence-Based Policymaking
Join BPC’s experts for updates and discussion about the latest activity in Congress and the Executive Branch to realize the commission’s vision.
Join a virtual roundtable to learn about the budget proposal’s implications for evidence-based policymaking.
There is continuing bipartisan support in Washington for using evidence, data and innovation to improve the results of Federal programs and policies.
Administration should not ignore this key protocol in policymaking.