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Cuomo Orders Review of Nonprofit Compensation, Part 3

Late yesterday the nonprofit community got its first hints regarding the scope of New York Governor Cuomo’s newly formed Task Force on Not-For-Profit Entities.  In a letter sent to the heads of Medicaid providers and other health service and social service organizations in the state –the letters are being sent on a “rolling basis,” so [...]

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Cuomo Orders Review of Nonprofit Compensation; Part 2

Within days of our blog recounting New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s groundbreaking creation of a new task force to investigate the executive and administrator compensation levels at not-for-profits that receive taxpayer support from the state, the New York Post and Albany Times Union revealed even more disturbing facts about how nonprofit organizations are being used [...]

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Cuomo Orders Review of Nonprofit Compensation

Hot on the heels of a New York Times story that recounted how two brothers, Phillip and Joel Levy of Brooklyn, earned close to $1 million a year each as the two top executives running a Medicaid-financed nonprofit organization serving the developmentally disabled; how they each had luxury cars paid for with public money; how, [...]

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July Update

July gave us an interesting conversation on evaluation and the underlying theme of performance measurement, in Jonathan Lewis’ 4-part series in the Huffington Post.  Beginning with Social Impact Evaluation: Useful? Utopian? and working its way through three subsequent essays, Lewis sought to –in the kindest terms we can use- put evaluation into perspective by making [...]

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