What Does it Take to Make Evidence-Based Policymaking Work?
Led by the Washington Evaluators and Co-Sponsored by the American Evaluation Association Evaluation Policy Topical Interest Group, May 5, 2:00 - 3:30pm ET
Look at the literature and you will discover there’s no widely shared definition of evidence-based policymaking. Through discussion, panelists will share their experiences with evidence-based policymaking – the what, the how, and the why. Collectively, a larger picture of what it takes to make evidence-based policymaking work will emerge, as the panelists describe the opportunities and challenges of building and maintaining a culture of evaluation.
Washington Evaluators in partnership with the American Evaluation Association’s Evaluation Policy Topical Interest Group (TIG) is excited to host a diverse panel of leaders with expertise in research, evaluation, policy, consultancy, as well as federal and state governments. Our panel will share their nonpartisan perspectives and focus on the following topics:
Following the facilitated discussion, attendees will have an opportunity to share questions and/or experiences concerning evidence-based policymaking.
Moderator: Rakesh Mohan, Director, Office of Performance Evaluations, Idaho State Legislature
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