World Water Day 2019

Learn how we are working with the Millennium Challenge Corporation to improve access to safe water.

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Finding New Ways to Listen to the Evidence

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This issue brief, the third in a series of briefs analyzing the impact of proposed changes to SNAP, provides background on SNAP work requirements, time limits, and proposed regulatory changes.

World Water Day 2019

Mathematica marks World Water Day 2019 with new video that highlights how our partnership with the Millennium Challenge Corporation is improving access to safe drinking water for people living in Cabo Verde and sub-Saharan Africa.

On the Evidence: A Mathematica Podcast; Guest Kat Klosek

On this episode of On the Evidence, J.B. Wogan spoke with Katherine Klosek, director of applied research at the Center for Government Excellence (GovEx) at Johns Hopkins University, about the roadmap and the state of evidence-based policymaking in cities.

Medicaid 1115 Demonstrations

Mathematica's evaluation of Medicaid Section 1115 waiver demonstrations, approximately 40 in number, seeks to assess the implementation and outcomes of four different types of innovations and help CMCS shift toward data-driven decision making for future waiver approvals.

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This issue brief, the third in a series of briefs analyzing the impact of proposed changes to SNAP, provides background on SNAP work requirements, time limits, and proposed regulatory changes.

This brief describes an alternative framework for interpreting impact estimates, known as the BAyeSian Interpretation of Estimates (BASIE).

This report documents findings from the national descriptive study of Early Head Start-Child Care Partnerships.

This brief describes the characteristics of adults with mental health conditions who participate in the federal disability programs and reports evidence from three recent studies of longer-term impacts of supported employment (SE) on the employment of people with mental health conditions.

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Medicaid 1115 Demonstrations

Mathematica's evaluation of Medicaid Section 1115 waiver demonstrations, approximately 40 in number, seeks to assess the implementation and outcomes of four different types of innovations and help CMCS shift toward data-driven decision making for future waiver approvals.

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Youth with disabilities who receive Supplemental Security Income (SSI) face substantial barriers to economic independence in transitioning to adult life. The barriers are related to their health status, social isolation, service needs, and potential loss of disability benefits.

View of Cabo Verde

This project aims to increase access, utilization, and quality of services and facilities in Cabo Verde while reducing consumer costs by supporting national policy reform, promoting the corporatization of utilities, and creating a funding mechanism for infrastructure projects.

One of the grant-funded American Job Centers at the East Mesa Reentry Facility in San Diego County, California.(Photo used with permission from the San Diego County Sherriff’s Office)

This study looks at whether focused activities and increased coordination between the public workforce system and local correctional facilities prior to release may substantially improve employment outcomes for former inmates.

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