Financing the Future Report spotlights options for paying for education and infrastructure

Financing the Future Report spotlights options for paying for education and infrastructure

California's long-term prosperity depends on having a conversation about revenue options to fund state's top priorities regionally and statewide.

CA Fwd data summit pushes forward cause of California open data policy

CA Fwd data summit pushes forward cause of California open data policy

State Assembly passes Sunshine Week resolution and CA Fwd will host open data gathering in Sacramento this week

Report - Financing the Future: How will California pay for tomorrow?

Report - Financing the Future: How will California pay for tomorrow?

Chapter 1 of CA Fwd report broadens conversation about creating a stable, equitable revenue system looking beyond Prop 30.

VIDEO: Showcase shines light on innovation in California higher ed

VIDEO: Showcase shines light on innovation in California higher ed

Event presented ideas from a group of 52 college campuses competing for a piece of a $50 million grant program for innovation in higher education success.

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New MBA program masters the link between government & technology

04/16/2015 by Bill Britt

Students go through curriculum combining design, innovation, leadership and technology to ultimately help government work more efficiently. Read More

Three steps to restoring trust in a city’s finances and governance

04/13/2015 by Bill Britt

Santa Ana shows what a sunshine ordinance and opening up governing can do for civic engagement. Read More

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City of Bell scores top grades for open data access one year after trials conclude

04/09/2015 by Bill Britt

A year after former public officials were sentenced in financial scandal, the city now boasts one of the more open municipal websites in the state. Read More

CA Fwd report highlights revenue options for investments in education and infrastructure

04/08/2015 by Justin Ewers

California's long-term prosperity depends on having this conversation about paying for state's top priorities regionally and statewide. Read More