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NPRI luncheon in Carson City: Transforming government through the Charter Agency Method

By ThisIsReno

INVITATION SUBMITTED BY NPRI

NPRI logoThe Charter Agency Method: How to Re-invent State Government Using Iowa’s Award-Winning Approach

Featuring:

Jim Chrisinger
Continuous Improvement Director
Office of Performance, Strategy & Budget
King County, Washington

Jim Chrisinger helps transform governments so they can deliver more value with limited resources. He has served in state, federal and local government and in all three branches. Both Republicans and Democrats have valued his leadership.

Jim led the Department of Management for then-Iowa Governor Tom Vilsack. Jim and his colleagues pioneered many levers of transformational change in Iowa state government. One of these initiatives, Iowa Charter Agencies, won a $100,000 Innovation in American Government Award sponsored by the Ash Institute at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. The Iowa Charter Agencies model was also recognized with a Council of State Government Innovation Award.

February 6, 2013
11:30 a.m.

Carson City Plaza Event/Conference Center
211 E. 9th Street
Carson City, Nevada 89701

$30 per person by Feb. 4
$40 per person after Feb. 4

Sign up now for the event

For more information or to make your reservation, please contact
NPRI at (702) 222-0642 or at [email protected]

This event is open to anyone interested in state government reform. Please register by Feb. 4.