The following post was written by America Forward Government Affairs Director Nicole Truhe and Bryan Boroughs, General Counsel and Director of Legislative Affairs at Coalition organization the Institute for Child Success, and was originally featured on the Urban Institute‘s blog.
Pay for success (PFS) is not the only tool in the toolkit for driving federal, state, and local government funding towards effective programs. But it can be especially useful to help governments overcome political or financial risks when effective preventative programs cost money now but ease financial burdens later, or when tested programs have skeptics in a legislature.
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