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  • Innovation Fellows and IT Interns

    Governor Patrick Visits Innovation Fellows and Information Technology Interns

    Unique Program fosters innovation and reform to increase efficiency and improve performance of government

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  • Governor Signs Fiscal Year 2015 Budget

    Governor Signs Fiscal Year 2015 Budget

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  • Secretary Shor and Andrew Fish of MASSPIRG

    Massachusetts Ranks in the Top 8 in the Nation for Transparency

    Secretary of Administration and Finance Glen Shor (left) and Andrew Fish, Program Associate with the MASSPIRG Education Fund (right)

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  • 2013 Performance Report

    A&F Publishes an Update to the Fiscal Year 2013 Performance Report

    The A&F FY13 performance report will provide you with an update on the progress we have made delivering the goals in our strategic plan. 

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    Visit the Informed MA Website

    Massachusetts is committed to an open and transparent government. Learn more about state revenue, budget and the results we're achieving.

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Patrick Administration Unveils New One-Stop-Shop Web Portal for Municipal Grants

September 9, 2014 - The Patrick Administration today unveiled a new web portal for cities and towns to easily identify grant opportunities that could benefit their communities.

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Patrick Administration Announces New Government Innovation Competition with Masschallenge

BOSTON – MassIT, the Commonwealth’s lead state agency for technology across the Executive Branch, today announced a first of its kind MassIT Government Innovation Competition, with a $50,000 prize for the winning project.  MassIT will partner with MassChallenge, a start-up accelerator that supports high-impact, early-stage entrepreneurs, on this initiative.

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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.

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