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Mr. Mark Friedman

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Phone: (505) ***-****  HQ Phone
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Fiscal Policy Studies Institute
7 Avenida Vista Grande #140
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87508
United States

Company Description: Results and Performance Accountability Fiscal Policy Studies Institute Home Page
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LANL Foundation
www.lanlfoundation.org, 8 Mar 2014 [cached]
Making the Accountability Case for Early Childhood Investment Speaker: Mark Friedman | Mark Friedman, Making the    Accountability Case for    Early Childhood Investment
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Making the Accountability Case for Early Childhood Investment Speaker: Mark Friedman | Mark Friedman, Making the    Accountability Case for    Early Childhood Investment
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Mark Friedman, Director, Fiscal Policy Studies Institute
Mark Friedman is a speaker, consultant, and author of the book Trying Hard Is Not Good Enough: How to Produce Measurable Improvements for Customers and Communities. In his book, Mr. Friedman discusses ways to progress from talk to action in order to improve performance and the quality of life in communities, cities, states, and nations, addressing a range of topics from the well-being of children to the creation of a sustainable environment.
As Founder and Director of the Fiscal Policy Studies Institute (FPSI) in Santa Fe, New Mexico, Mr. Friedman has provided training and consultation on his acclaimed "Results Accountability" framework in over 40 states and several countries outside the U.S. His accountability methods have been widely used in many early childhood initiatives, including "First 5" in California and "Leadership in Action" in Maryland. Mr. Friedman has served as an advisor to the New Mexico Children's Cabinet and the New Mexico Early Childhood Action Network. He also assisted in the development of the state's first Early Childhood Report Card and Children's Budget.
Prior to founding FPSI in 1996, Mr. Friedman served for four years as a Senior Associate at the Center for the Study of Social Policy in Washington, D.C., where he focused on providing technical assistance to states, cities, and school districts working to reform their child and family service systems. Mr. Friedman also served for 19 years in the Maryland Department of Human Resources, including six years as the department's Chief Financial Officer
In addition to Trying Hard Is Not Good Enough, Mr. Friedman has authored a wide range of papers on results-based decision making, budgeting, strategic planning, and financing.
Center for the Study of Social Policy / About Us / Staff
www.cssp.org, 26 Jan 2014 [cached]
Mark Friedman - Senior Fellow
Mark Friedman is the director of the Fiscal Policy Studies Institute in Santa Fe, New Mexico and author of the book Trying Hard Is Not Good Enough: How to Produce Measurable Improvements for Customers and Communities. He has more than 30 years experience in public administration and public policy, including nearly two decades in senior positions with the Maryland Department of Human Resources. His Results-Based Accountability™ framework has been used in more than 40 states and in countries around the world.
The Results Leader » Ask Mark
resultsleadership.org [cached]
Mark Friedman Explains How Results Accountability is Different from any other Framework Monday, April 13th, 2009
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This is one of ten questions that Mark Friedman personally answers from the exclusive interview conducted for Results Accountability Workshop DVD.
The interview is just one of many features in understanding the Results Accountability Framework and applying it to the everyday operations. The Results Accountability Workshop DVD is conveniently available for purchase at http://resultsleadership.org/purchase-rba-products/
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NSW Family Services - RBA 101 Training run by the founder: MARK FRIEDMAN!
nswfamilyservices.asn.au, 12 June 2012 [cached]
This one day workshop, run by the founder of RBA - MARK FRIEDMAN - introduces participants to the Results Accountability framework. In the workshop, Results Accountability is applied to both cross-community quality of life improvements and the management of programs, agencies, and service systems.
About the Mark Friedman
Mark Friedman is a speaker, consultant and author of the book "Trying Hard Is Not Good Enough: How to Produce Measurable Improvements for Customers and Communities". Mr Friedman directs the Fiscal Policy Studies Institute (FPSI) in Santa Fe, New Mexico. His work has been used in over 40 US states and countries around the world, including Australia, New Zealand, the UK, Ireland, the Netherlands and Norway. Before founding FPSI in 1996, Mr Friedman served as a senior associate at the Centre for the Study of Social Policy in Washington, D.C. And before that, Mr Friedman served for 19 years in the Maryland Department of Human Resources, including six years as the department's chief financial officer. In addition to "Trying Hard Is Not Good Enough," Mr Friedman has authored a wide range of papers on results-based decision making, budgeting, strategic planning and financing.
A GUIDE TO DEVELOPING
edit.financeprojectinfo.org, 1 Aug 1998 [cached]
By Mark Friedman
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Mark Friedman served for 19 years in the Maryland Department of Human Resources, including six years as the Department's chief financial officer.Aftre four years with the Center for the Study of Social Policy, he established, and now directs, the Fiscal Policy Studies Institute in Baltimore, Maryland.Mark is a member of The Finance Project's Working Group on Results-based Planning, Budgeting, Management, and Accountability Systems.
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See Trading Outcome Accountability for Fund Flexibility, Negotiating New State Local Deals for (Core) Family and Children's Service Dollars, The Center for the Study of Social Policy, Mark Friedman, December 29, 1995, pp.12 - 15.
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