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2015 Special Recognition: The Ex-Offender Workforce Entrepreneur Project

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Discover how an innovative housing and treatment program uses small farm-driven entrepreneurial enterprise to improve prisoner recovery, skillset development, and workforce integration.
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2014 Runner Up: A No-Cost Innovation to Increase Access to Health Care

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Learn how a legislative change could increase the number of independent practices across America, giving more citizens affordable and accessible health care.
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2014 Runner Up: Online Database to Streamline the Sale of Public Lands

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The US spends $1.7 billion each year on the maintenance of approximately 77,000 lots that sit empty and unused. Learn how an online database can save local governments money while generating economic development.
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2014 Special Recognition: A Social Media Platform Connecting Elected Leaders and Their Constituents

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Learn how Powerline, a web platform, seeks to increase civic engagement by connecting citizens and their leaders.
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Reinventing the Local Economy Through Sustainable Urban Redevelopment

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2013 Runner Up: Over 15 years ago, North Charleston, S.C. experienced the closure of its major naval base. Today, the city has exciting new plans to revitalize its local economy and culture.
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Step-Up Achieve

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2013 Special Recognition Awardee: A public-private partnership providing workplace experience to low-income and minority youth.
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Arizona Correctional Industries Partnering with Private Sector Companies

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Bill Branson - Arizona Correctional Industries - State of Arizona [tab…
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Public-Private Partnership for Local Public-Goods Provision

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Public-Private Partnerships can be win-win situations for businesses and government units. Take a look at the standards and goals for successful PPPs including securing cheaper financing to fund critical development goals.