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Portafolio instrumentos innovadores para evaluar Políticas Públicas

Uno de los ejes fundamentales para el mejoramiento de la Gestión Pública es la evaluación de Políticas, Planes, Proyectos que se desarrollan en el sector público. En ese sentido, el Laboratorio de Innovación Pública de la Veeduria Distrital de Bogotá (LABcapital) ha diseñado un Portafolio de Instrumentos Innovadores para evaluar Políticas Públicas, como un insumo fundamental para servidores públicos encargados de diseñar e implementar evaluaciones en el sector público. Este…

Public sector Innovation Index LABcapital

The Public Innovation Index (PII) is the primary tool used by the city to globally measure the innovative capacities of public institutions in Bogotá. It is a biennial tool that sets a milestone through the publication of its results. The Public Management Innovation Laboratory – LABCapital of the District Oversight Office has designed the PII to measure the level of innovation in public entities, assuming the responsibility of designing, implementing, and analyzing the collected information,…

US Public Participation Playbook

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The U.S. Public Participation Playbook is a resource for government managers to evaluate and build better services through public participation using best practices and performance metrics. Based on discussions with US Federal Government managers and stakeholders, the publishers identified five main categories that should be addressed in all programs, whether digital or offline. Within each category they identified 12 unifying plays to start with, each including a checklist to consider,…

18F Method Cards

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A collection of tools that describe how 18F digital service teams put human-centered design into practice. These cards are focused on design in the context of digital services, but can be adapted to non-technical design projects as well. The resource is online and also available as printable cards. The card set includes simplified information on various design methods according to an overall methodology: Discover, Decide, Make,Validate. There are also "Fundamentals" cards related to incentives,…