Governments can structure arrangements with private contractors that consider impacts on low-income individuals and people of color.
Washington, D.C.'s innovative Office of Public-Private Partnerships offers a good case study in to assess whether a P3 makes sense for a particular city project.
With more than a dozen different ways to structure a public-private partnership, figuring out the most appropriate one for a given project can be hard. Here's a list of what's out there.
Public-private partnerships aren't free money. But they can be used to improve performance.
Resilience, infrastructure, and equity go hand-in-hand.
Making procurement more equitable can be challenging. See what four cities are doing to increase contracts and participation with businesses owned by people of color.
New City Accelerator initiative looks to drive inclusive economic opportunity through procurement
Eight cities created pitches for a new City Accelerator on procurement and economic opportunity. View them before final cities are selected!
Learn how Albuquerque is working to support immigrant entrepreneurs through the City Accelerator.
The Louisville City Accelerator team reflects on a hackathon that created a low-cost wireless smoke detector.
How can innovators in city government work to transition-proof their initiatives?
How can cities get better at making the case for infrastructure?
These four cities are joining forces in the new City Accelerator on infrastructure.
Story Maps are becoming an increasingly important tool for cities to engage and inspire audiences, just as GIS is becoming an increasingly important tool for cities to understand and address the chal…
In the City Accelerator's new Cohort III, cities will disrupt old ways of planning, prioritizing and budgeting for infrastructure projects.
A municipal innovation movement is gaining steam across the U.S. From the work of our City Accelerator's first cohort, Living Cities CEO, Ben Hecht, outlines three trends that he sees as critical to …