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IPA staff are convening conversations about uncertainty, facilitating networking and interagency coordination, and developing and sharing recovery resources to equip Delaware's communities with the tools for resilience.
Recover Delaware leverages the Institute for Public Administration's (IPA) public policy expertise and partnerships with public and private sector stakeholders to stimulate conversation, planning, and action for Delaware's recovery from the economic and community impacts of the COVID-19 crisis.
Shocks are inevitable, and the pandemic won't be the last crisis to impact and disrupt Delaware's communities, economy, and households.
Through Recover Delaware, IPA works to make Delaware's communities, governments, and organizations more resilient to future shocks by:
To learn more about Recover Delaware, explore partnership opportunities, or request support with your recovery efforts for your community or organization, contact Troy Mix.
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