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Recover Delaware leverages the Institute for Public Administration's (IPA) public policy expertise and partnerships with public and private sector stakeholders.
The University of Delaware's Institute for Public Administration (IPA) has launched Recover Delaware to spur planning and action for Delaware's recovery from the ongoing economic, public health, and social impacts of COVID-19.
Through Recover Delaware, IPA and its partners will chart a competitive, equitable, and inclusive path forward for Delaware by providing state and local governments, school districts, businesses, and community groups with policy formulation and analysis, strategic planning, and implementation support.
"We started Recover Delaware to motivate ourselves and our public and private partners to tackle the sizable challenges of recovery head on, while also providing one clear entry point for those seeking support," said IPA Director Jerome Lewis.
IPA Associate Director Troy Mix will lead Recover Delaware with three focus areas for Delaware's recovery:
To explore partnership opportunities or request support with your organization's recovery efforts, contact Troy Mix or visit IPA's website.
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