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Massachusetts Needs a Comprehensive Performance Management Framework
Many states have made promoted government efficiency and effectiveness by setting goals and tracking their progress. Massachusetts tried making a performance structure, but in 2014 it was discontinued. Today, the state lacks a comprehensive structure to track progress.
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Massachusetts Remains One of the Least Financially Transparent States
In 48 states, elected officials are required to submit annual public financial disclosures. After seven years of tracking these disclosures state by state, Pioneer Institute ranks Massachusetts lowest in terms of the transparency of those financial disclosures.
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Commuter Rail Twitter Reveals History of Delays
An easy way to bond with fellow Bostonians is to complain about…
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Not signed, sealed, delivered
Even the casual observer has probably heard that Massachusetts…