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The mission of the Center for Innovation is to provide state policy-makers:

  • Objective, In-Depth Analysis of data and policy best practice to facilitate better understanding of existing and developing issues and assess available and potential solutions. 
  • Connections among policy leaders, federal and non-profit partners, and subject-matter experts to exchange insights and build partnerships.
  • Technical and Consulting Assistance to enable policy leaders to develop and implement forward-thinking solutions adapted to state and regional conditions and ambitions to improve the lives of people and the strength of communities and states.
  • An Inclusive Policy Portfolio that supports diverse populations and policy concerns.

The Latest News and Analysis From the CSG Center of Innovation

Statement by David Adkins, Executive Director and CEO of The Council of State Governments on the Observance of the Twentieth Anniversary of the Terror Attacks of Sept. 11, 2001

Sept. 11, 2001, dawned as a beautiful day with the kind of clear sky aviators describe as “severe clear.”  Beginning at 8:46 a.m. Eastern Daylight Time that blue sky would darken as the first plumes of smoke began rising from what would become the worst terrorist

Paralympian and Legislator Will Watch, Attend Paralympic Games

While the whole world will be watching the Olympics beginning on July 23, one state legislator has a particular interest in the Olympic and Paralympic games.   “I never miss an Olympic

Biden reaches deal on infrastructure with bipartisan senators

President Joe Biden announced Thursday, June 24, that after meeting with a group of senators from both parties, they had reached an agreement on infrastructure.   This comes after weeks of

Accessible Telework: Strategies for Developing Inclusive State Agency Programs

Telework has increased substantially as a result of COVID-19. About half of all employed Americans now work from home, including 35% of workers who switched to remote work during the pandemic. In response, many employers — including state government departments and agencies — are developing or revising their telework.