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University of Nebraska Public Policy Center

Organizational Management Consulting Archives - University of Nebraska Public Policy Center

Facilitating an Assessment of Fit of Results Based Accountability

Center researchers facilitated a process for the United Way of Lincoln and Lancaster County to assess how Results Based Accountability could contribute to documenting community impact and create a bridge to emerging community agendas and metrics. Center staff articulated how RBA might offer improvements to existing approaches, discussed different frameworks for improving data collection, use, […]

Developing Materials for Public Engagement and Understanding of the Clean Power Plan

Center staff worked with the Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality (NDEQ) to develop content and materials that NDEQ staff could use during public engagement events held all across the state. Materials were designed to help the general public understand the Clean Power Plan so that they could give informed input on preferred carbon mitigation strategies […]

Facilitation of Lower Platte South Natural Resources District Workshops

University of Nebraska Public Policy Center partnered with the Robert B. Daugherty Water for Food Institute to design and deliver a two part, eight hour futures workshop for the Board of Directors of the Lower Platte South Natural Resources District. Faculty from UNL who presented at the workshops included: Nick Brozović (Water for Food Institute), […]

Collaborating Across the Departments of Veterans Affairs and Defense to Integrate Mental Health and Chaplaincy Services

Nieuwsma, J.A., Jackson, G.L., DeKraai, M.B., Bulling, D.J., Cantrell, W.C., Rhodes, J.E., Bates, M.J., Ethridge, K., Lane, M.E., Tenhula, W.N., Batten, S.J., & Meador, K.G. (2014). Collaborating across the Departments of Veterans Affairs and Defense to integrate mental health and chaplaincy services. Journal of General Internal Medicine, 29, S885-S894.

Cost Benefit Analysis of the 2-1-1 Texas Information and Referral Network

The Public Policy Center was contracted to help to produce a statistical analysis of the net benefits and costs of the 2-1-1 Texas Information and Referral Network operations. Center researchers helped to develop a solid methodology to produce a rigorous analysis and report. Our primary contribution was in the area of assessing the relevant benefit/costs […]

Privatization Process Evaluation

The Public Policy Center evaluated the privatization of behavioral health services that took place during 2013 – 2014 in Nebraska’s Region V System service area. The Community Mental Health Center, operated by the Lancaster County Board of Commissioners (Board), was one of the key providers of behavioral health services within the network of Region V […]

Expanded Learning Opportunities: Funding

The Public Policy Center created a series of working papers that explored the funding of Expanded Learning Opportunities (ELOs). ELOs are programs for school-age children and youth (P-12) that take place during out-of-school hours. White papers explored the variety of private and public funding being used by ELOs across the nation, presented the use of […]