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Nudging Government to Use Evidence

March 30, 2022

Nudging government whitepaper
Why have we written disparaging statements about government when our firm is so deeply committed to public sector excellence? These include statements like “as the fire rages on, our governments seem powerless” and “hunches no longer pass for evidence these days, unless we’re talking about government policy.” We have compared the policy-making process to a chaotic game of tag and suggested that government policymakers can act as seemingly irrational as Cosmo Kramer did on Seinfeld.

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Johnson County Iowa

Johnson County, Iowa, government serves the residents of the second-fastest growing county in the State of Iowa. We employ 500+ individuals to help meet the public needs of more than 144,000 County residents.

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