The Department of Justice today announced two winning applications under its pay-for-success program. According to the DOJ press release:
BJA is making two Pay for Success awards: an implementation award to Cuyahoga County, Ohio, and a planning award to Lowell, Mass., and is funding the Urban Institute’s efforts to develop a blueprint for municipal, state and federal governments to use to pay for evidence-based anti-crime programs.
Our earlier coverage of this is here.
Update: On October 29, Cuyahoga County issued a request for responses on its pay for success program.