Local Government Innovation

The Local Government Innovation (LGI) e-study takes a look at finalists from the LGI competition sponsored by University of Minnesota's Public and Nonprofit Leadership Center (PNLC) at the Humphrey School of Public Affairs. Since 2007, the PNLC - with co-sponsors League of Minnesota Cities, Association of Minnesota Counties, and the Minnesota School Board Association - has used this competition to exhibit the best examples of innovative programs and strategies being implemented at the local government level throughout Minnesota. This e-study can be used to explore how local governments utilize resources and approach common problems that face many cities and regions.
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