Third Sector Joins Actionable Intelligence for Social Policy to Implement Integrated Performance Systems
Third Sector announces partnership with Actionable Intelligence for Social Policy (AISP) at the University of Pennsylvania to offer complementary training on the development of Integrated Data Systems (IDS) infrastructure and outcomes-contracting services, which will jointly increase government’s ability to use data-driven decision-making to improve results for vulnerable populations.
Third Sector Capital Partners and the Stanford Center on Poverty and Inequality will provide assistance in evaluating social programs that address homelessness, unemployment, and family disadvantage.
The Stanford Center on Poverty and Inequality and Third Sector Capital Partners have joined with three state and local governments to develop a new big-data infrastructure for evaluating programs that aim to increase economic opportunity.
The San Diego County Health and Human Services Agency, the Santa Cruz Human Services Department, and the Washington Department of Early Learning will receive research and development support from Stanford and
Third Sector Capital Partners, Inc. (Third Sector) Board of Directors formally announced today new roles for co-founders Caroline Whistler and George Overholser.
Beginning March 15, 2017, Caroline Whistler will be promoted to President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO), and George Overholser will transition from his current role as CEO to Board Chair.
Whistler and Overholser, along with Third Sector board member Drew von Glahn, established the organization in 2011 to accelerate America’s transition to a performance-driven social sector. As leading innovators and implementers in the field of outcomes-based social policy, Third Sector
Third Sector and Stanford are pleased to announce that application materials for the Administrative Data Pilot are now live! The Application Guide, Application Form, and a list of Frequently Asked Questions are now available for interested potential applicants and other parties.
Applications are due February 17th. The project webpage has also been updated with links to these materials.
Don’t forget about the second informational webinar, scheduled for January 18, 2017 at 11:30 AM PST, where Third Sector and Stanford will review the application materials and answer questions from potential applicants. Interested parties may register for the
Stanford Center on Poverty and Inequality and Third Sector to Lead Innovation and Evaluation Program for Reducing Poverty and Inequality
White House Features New Social Innovation Award
The Stanford Center on Poverty and Inequality launched today a new $3 million partnership with Third Sector Capital Partners, the Social Innovation Fund, the Ballmer Group, and the White House Office of Social Innovation to build an administrative-data framework for measuring and evaluating the success of social service programs designed to reduce poverty and inequality.
A $1.5 million grant was awarded by the Social Innovation Fund (SIF), a program of the Corporation for National and Community Service, after a rigorous nationwide competition. The SIF funds