The Center for Michigan’s 2008 Michigan Scorecard

The purpose of the Michigan Scorecard is to provide benchmark measurements of how well Michigan is transforming its economy, government, and social systems during this complex era of change, challenge, and global competition. The measures included in the scorecard mirror the issues, principles, and strategies for Michigan’s transformation developed by some 1,500 participants in the Michigan’s Defining Moment Public Engagement Campaign.

This scorecard will be used by participants in the Michigan’s Defining Moment Community Conversations Round 2 (in early 2008). For those discussions, the scorecard provides a factual framework that participants can use to consider changes and reforms in the ways in which Michigan conducts the public’s business.

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