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  • Tompkins County New York Budget Priority Setting, Performance Measurement, Shared Services, and Charter Revision Report Fall 2011 

    Brea, Dubary; Burridge, Theresa; Chavez, Nicole; Cheng, Marilyn; Chiu, Byron; Christensen, Eric; Davis, Adam; Edelman, Miriam; Funk, Alyssa; Gradie, Hunter; Hawkins, Marquis; Hay, Toniqua; Kettler, Eugene; Majestic, Nicole; Metzgar, Matthew; Mohlie, Eliza; Naruse, Yusuke; Petry, Abigail; Reynolds, Jillian; Strauss, Carolyn; Zwick, Austin (2011-12)
    The Cornell Institute for Public Affairs fall 2011 domestic Capstone course was engaged in a project sponsored by the Tompkins County Chamber of Commerce with the purpose of identifying ways to improve local government and ...
  • Tompkins County New York Performance Measurement Study May 2012 

    Martinez, Luis; Jette, Greg; Wang, Tao; Xia, Shi (2012-05)
    This project is a continuation of the performance measurement report and manual included as part of the Budget Priority Setting, Performance Measurement, Shared Services, and Charter Revision Report prepared for the ...

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