How Kansas City, MO Used Resident Survey Data to Pass an $800 Million Bond

During this webinar (recorded on Tuesday, April 17), Kate Bender, Deputy Performance Officer for the City of Kansas City, MO—and one of Bloomberg's Data-Driven Women to Watch—discusses the role resident survey data played in passing the City's historic $800M GO Bond for infrastructure improvement. She focuses specifically on what the Office of Performance Management did early on that paved the way for the win—including the strategies and tools they employed to help Public Works and other departments operationalize survey results.

Watch the webinar below and let us know what you think in the comments! 

 

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