Water is life. And for 350 years we watched as the life of our state—the waters of the Chesapeake Bay—declined in health year after year. But with GIS technology, more life-giving actions, and the measuring of performance against two-year milestones, we were able to reverse a 350-year decline. The waters of the Chesapeake Bay are now getting healthier every year, not sicker. Progress is a choice.
Browse this gallery of examples, exercises, and resources supporting the ideas and concepts presented in Chapter 10 of Smarter Government: How to Govern for Results in the Information Age.