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PUBLICPerformance™ was developed at the National Center for Public Performance (NCPP) through the generous support of the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. Founded in 1975, the National Center for Public Performance serves as a vehicle for the study, dissemination and recognition of performance measurement and improvement initiatives in government and nonprofit organizations. The original work for PUBLICPerformance™ was developed by the National Center for Public Performance (NCPP) at the School of Public Affairs and Administration at Rutgers University-Newark under the direction of Dr. Marc Holzer.

The National Center is home to the Public Performance Measurement and Reporting Network (PPMRN), a web-based community that connects citizens, government officials, public and nonprofit managers, and academics who are dedicated to measuring, reporting, and improving public sector and nonprofit performance. The network sponsors an annual conference held in locations throughout the U.S. Free membership to the PPMRN provides access to a comprehensive database of resources, including articles, reports, performance measures, books, manuals, websites, and training opportunities. The Teaching Performance section of the website assists those instructing courses on performance with syllabi, relevant case studies, and selected certificate programs. In addition, registered users are provided free access via JSTOR to 30 years of the academic journal, Public Performance & Management Review.

For more information contact:

Andrew Ballard
Managing Director, National Center for Public Performance
School of Public Affairs & Administration, Rutgers University
111 Washington St, Newark, NJ 07102
(973) 353-5052

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