Massachusetts Announces Apparent Successful Bidders for ‘Pay for Success’ Contracts to Expand Adult Basic Education Services
BOSTON – The Patrick Administration today announced the apparent successful bidders for a Pay for Success (PFS) initiative that will bring Adult Basic Education programs to more adults across the Commonwealth with the goal of helping individuals make successful transitions to employment, higher wage jobs and higher education.
Patrick Administration Announces up to $3 Million in Funding for Fourth Round of Community Innovation Challenge Grants
Boston (August 11, 2014) - Secretary of Administration and Finance Glen Shor today announced the fourth round of Community Innovation Challenge (CIC) grants for Fiscal Year 2015. Building upon the success of the three previous rounds of CIC grants, up to $3 million will be made available to support local government innovations through regional collaborations.
Governor Patrick Visits Commonwealth of Massachusetts Innovation Fellows and Information Technology Interns
Boston, MA – Governor Deval Patrick and Secretary for Administration and Finance Glen Shor joined Commonwealth Chief Information Officer Bill Oates at the Massachusetts Information Technology Center (MITC), the state’s primary technology center, in Chelsea this week to meet with the Massachusetts Office of Information Technology (OIT) summer interns and the first-ever team of Commonwealth of Massachusetts Innovation Fellows (CMIF).