Here is what I believe must happen if we, as a global community, want to effectively exploit the power of mobile apps to address the growing civic demand for access to information and communication via mobile.
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With such complexity, are all partners equally influential in public-private partnerships? And who holds the private sector accountable?
How well is the private sector doing in tackling the rising pandemic of non-communicable diseases (NCDs), which cause nearly two out of every three deaths in the world?
To create jobs and prepare our students for the jobs of tomorrow, the Obama administration should forge creative partnerships with the private sector to push its agenda forward.
As states faced large budget cuts in recent years, forcing teacher layoffs and program freezes in the education arena, schools have had to to look to ...
America's business leaders say they want to fix education, but they don't know how to do so effectively.
As a result, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce ...
This week I had the opportunity to attend a conference in South Africa along with other leaders from the government, social and private sector to thin...
It's no secret that our parks in LA are in financial trouble; so, as a member of the LA Parks Foundation, I attended a meeting this week with a potential donor about giving us a donation.
If we are to finance and build a world-class infrastructure for America, we must seek new solutions. And a promising solution is at hand: public-private partnerships.
Our economic recovery depends upon not only rehabilitating our national infrastructure, but also on large scale investment in state-of-the-art new projects.
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