Posted: March 11, 2021| Application Deadline:April 10, 2021
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Bench's federal government performance work identifies and advances efficient techniques to help resolve intricate difficulties at all levels of government in the United States. The portfolio's work can be traced back to our creators ‘early efforts to improve
the lives of Americans by supporting efforts that promoted health, civic engagement, and democratic suitables. Today, we carry out research study on emerging subjects, develop data-driven reports, and emphasize ingenious, nonpartisan techniques in addressing complex issues at the federal, state and regional levels along with the interaction that can occur in between jurisdictions. Present efforts focus on health, fiscal and financial policy, and security and justice, and take into consideration considerable patterns such as evolving innovations, and the increasing racial and ethnic diversity in the United States population.Our teams check out and advance effective, evidence-based policies utilizing reliable, timely and accessible research study, evaluating public assistance for modification, identifying approaches that have proved effective elsewhere, and combining diverse perspectives to find commonalities. We operate in cooperation with companies that share our commitment to strenuous research, measurable results and public service, and we focus on establishing durable policy modification. In addition, our teams use tactical outreach and dissemination to guarantee that excellent details is extensively interacted to decision-makers, prominent stakeholders, the media and the public. Broadband Initiative Seat's broadband initiative is housed within the Government Performance portfolio and led by a project director. The
double barriers of( 1)insufficient physical infrastructure, which leads to the lack of a high-quality connection; and(2) price, when private families and small businesses can not pay for those connections. Our resolve research study, outreach, technical assistance and advocacy seeks to establish and highlight state models to enhance inexpensive broadband gain access to; enhance federal and state broadband policies by establishing speed goals and technological requirements; broaden the marketplace to include non-legacy providers; and notify and form brand-new federal and state appropriations for broadband and enhanced accountability. Position Overview The partner I will supply research study on budget plan, fiscal, financial and other policies associated with broadband problems at both the federal and state levels.
- ‘s interactions and outreach strategy. Prepare products for the project's website and make sure that they are prompt, accurate and
- appropriate. Review and provide routine summaries of new legislative proposals before Congress in addition to regulatory and executive actions that may impact states and/or basic broadband release efforts. Participate with Pew associates on collective work and work with management on advancement of new research proposals. Participate in the preparation and execution
- of the task's stakeholder events and convenings. Other responsibilities as assigned. Qualifications Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience is needed. A minimum of one year of relevant experience focused on public law.
- Prior to commencing work with Pew, candidates for this position who were signed up to lobby in any jurisdiction should certify termination
- of previous registration(s)and provide copies of termination notifications with stated jurisdiction(s)
- to Pew. Familiarity with policies