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17a is a public sector strategy firm, working to change the game for how top talent and the best tech tools get applied to big public problems. We believe that better public service delivery --​> better engagement + investment in public problem solving --​> more public trust --​> and the cycle repeats! We regularly partner with groups who have the potential to improve public sector service delivery, including state agencies, technology/data science companies, and the investment community. Check us out at www.group17a.com
314 Action is a nonprofit political action committee that seeks to elect scientists in the United States.
We are a team of organizers. We believe meaningful community engagement can improve people’s lives and create lasting change. This is what drives our work. Nicole Derse and Addisu Demissie founded 50+1 Strategies after more than a decade of worki...
A Better Wisconsin Together is a state-based research and communications hub for progressives.
ABD Direct is a full-service integrated fundraising communications consulting firm working with the nation’s leading nonprofits and progressive campaigns.
Accelerate Change incubates new citizen ventures that have the potential to deeply engage millions of members and develop a high-growth revenue model.
The Accountability Lab is an independent, non-profit organization that works to generate sustainable development through making power-holders responsible. The Lab acts as a sounding board, listening to, analyzing and reflecting upon accountability concerns; as an independent interface, engaging relevant actors across contexts and issues; and as an operational hub, catalyzing innovative accountability tools and communities. Through this approach, the Lab bolsters efforts to address the causes rather than the symptoms of poverty, exclusion and insecurity. The Lab catalyzes tools for new and innovative approaches to bolster accountability. The team: i) Listens to problems related to accountability, and analyzes core concerns within specific contexts through careful outreach. Too often, interventions are supply-driven and do not fit with on-the-ground needs and political-economy dynamics. ii) Recognizes valuable accountability practices and builds partnerships to pilot new tools and validate fresh thinking, with an emphasis on learning from failure. In many cases, knowledge is not shared and experience is not sufficiently internalized. iii) Engages relevant actors and builds communities that can curate and propagate alternative ideas to allow for scale and impact. Collective solutions to shared issues of accountability are hindered when targeted support is not strategic, timely or durable. The Lab works with partners through three key channels: i) Accountability Change Agency. A framework through which the Lab works with civil society groups to catalyze the development of new and innovative tools at the country-level, with a particular focus on youth. ii) @ccountability Initiative. A window through which the Lab supports new ideas at the intersection of accountability and technology through collaboration with ICT experts on the ground. iii) Accountapreneurship Funds. A support mechanism through which the Lab identifies and provides financial, networking and training support to “accountapreneurs” (individuals, groups or organizations that demonstrate an entrepreneurial approach to accountability issues). The Lab is registered as a 501(c)(3) status non-profit, tax exempt organization in the United States, based in the OpenGovHub. It is currently overseen by an independent, unpaid Board of Directors and supported through a voluntary “Brain Trust” of senior advisors around the world; and “Kitchen Cabinet” of close supporters.
Accountable.US stands up to corporate America and entrenched special interests that fight for policies that benefit them—not you.
ACM Strategies specializes in working with labor unions, advocacy groups, and candidates that want to get off defense and win uphill battles. We help organizations and leaders win by educating, empowering, and turning community members into activists. ACM is proud to be a woman- and military spouse-owned company.
The Action Center on Race & the Economy (ACRE) is a campaign hub for organizations working at the intersection of racial justice and Wall Street accountability
Active Minds is the nation’s premier nonprofit organization supporting mental health awareness and education for young adults.
Advanced Energy Economy is an association of businesses working to make energy secure, clean, and affordable. It engages in policy advocacy at the federal, state, and regulatory levels, transforming public policy to enable rapid growth of advanced energy companies. The association encompasses a broad range of products and services that constitute the best available technologies for meeting energy needs. Among these are energy efficiency, demand response, natural gas electric generation, solar, wind, hydro, nuclear, electric vehicles, biofuels, and smart grids. Advanced Energy Economy was founded by Hemant Taneja in 2011.