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  • Ault, Sam; Burdette, Eric; Cobb, Arron; Rhodewalt, Amelia (University of Oregon, 2020)
    In today’s information age, data is easier than ever to produce, access, and analyze, and has great potential to inform decision-making in both the private and public sectors. The potential for data to enhance decision-making ...
    Today the discussions around and research on diversity continues to be of the utmost importance. This report reviews literature to better understand specific markers of diversity, as well as, understand how the concepts ...
  • Hudson, Kaylee; Matonte, Jay; Goldstein, Gennifer (Oregon Policy Lab, Institute for Policy Research and Engagement, School of Planning, Public Policy, and Management, 2020-06)
    As the incidence of new COVID_19 cases of began to slow, the federal, state, and local governments continued to establish guidelines and plans to reopen government business and society at large. Our report proposes guidance ...
  • Mulcahy, Mariah; Noviski, Maya; Cook, Lindsay (Oregon Policy Lab, Institute for Policy Research and Engagement, School of Planning, Public Policy, and Management, 2020-06)
    Our research yielded six themes relevant to equity in local government. The themes include the definition of equity, staffing, professional titles, budget, measuring equity, and community engagement. Equity: Equity is ...
  • Cobb, Arron; Gamble, Alyssa; Nolte, Marianne (University of Oregon, 2019)
    This report provides recommendations for Lane County Parks on how to prioritize funding to address its maintenance backlog.
  • Boone, Jake; Mason, Kelly; O'Connor, Kerry; Ang, Stanley (University of Oregon, 2019)
    The purpose of this report is to define best practices in county level emergency management and, on a broader scale, public management. In addition, this report will provide an analysis of Lane County’s emergency management ...
  • Bernstein, Joanna; Sandoval, Gerardo Francisco (Institute for Policy Research and Engagement, University of Oregon, 2020)
    This report focuses on the state of Latino businesses and the Minority and Women Business Enterprise Certification (MWBE), which is issued to qualifying businesses in the private, for-profit sector in the state of Oregon. ...
  • Fields, Katie; Hoagland, Emerson; Rhodeland, Amelia; Wood, Laney (University of Oregon, 2019-12-11)
    This memorandum is in response to a request from Lane County Parks for potential revenue sources to address maintenance backlog and to provide suggestions for sustainable long-term maintenance funding for Lane County ...
  • Conway, James; LeMay, Donovan; Mehdi, Fatima (Oregon Policy Lab, 2020-06)
    Lane County’s 2018-2021 Strategic Plan puts forth three strategic lenses including Financial Stewardship, Equity, and Collective Impact. This report focuses on the use of financial stewardship, the prudent and transparent ...

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