|September 13, 2019||ResultsOhio to address state’s biggest challenges |
State Treasurer Robert Sprague said his office’s ResultsOhio program will help address some of the state’s most pressing challenges including drug addiction, criminal justice, water quality and infant mortality.
|August 21, 2019||Ohio Treasurer Robert Sprague Speaks With Zanesville Rotary |
The Ohio State Treasurer made a visit to Zanesville Tuesday afternoon and spoke with the Zanesville Rotary Club.
|July 31, 2019|
What is ResultsOHIO?? Ohio Treasurer Sprague talks with Brian Thomas
|55KRC Morning Show with Brian Thomas Cincinnati|
|July 23, |
|Editorial: Treasurer Sprague, auditor Faber seek better results for Ohio tax dollars|
There is something to be said for the fresh thinking that can come with turning various public offices over to new officeholders, especially in administrative positions where they can make immediate impact....
|July 5, |
|Ohio treasurer’s program leverages private funds to tackle thorny social issues|
Public money would be used to repay investors in private programs that make measurable progress in solving problems such as recidivism, infant mortality and opiate addiction under a program wrapped into the proposed state budget...
|June 28, 2019||Ohio to encourage experimentation to address social problems|
CLEVELAND (AP) — Ohio is joining other states in encouraging private groups to fund and run innovative social experiments to address vexing social problems like opioid addiction, infant mortality and environmental pollution without putting tax dollars at risk upfront.
|Associated Press, Cleveland|
|June 26, 2019||Ohio Treasurer Robert Sprague discusses "Results Ohio" with local leaders|
Ohio's Treasurer of State Robert Sprague was in Toledo this afternoon meeting with city business leaders to discuss the Results Ohio program.
|June 21, 2019||Business Tax Deduction on Table in State Budget Negotiation|
COLUMBUS, Ohio – With the Ohio Senate approving its version of the two-year state budget, the two wings of the state legislature will spend the coming weeks negotiating a final version to send to Gov. Mike DeWine.
|Youngstown Business Journal|
|June 19, 2019||Ohio Treasurer pushing for ‘Results Ohio’ plan that would pay for innovative solutions to public problems on the back end|
COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) — While lawmakers in the General Assembly are trying to decide what to fund, Ohio’s Treasurer wants to make big changes about how to fund.
|May 31, 2019||Ohio tresurer visits SSU touting new pay-for-outcomes funding scheme|
With its main location in Franklin Furnace, the STAR Community Justice Center and its prison alternative program was at least temporarily the star of the show Thursday afternoon when Ohio Treasurer Robert Sprague visited Shawnee State University.
|Portsmouth Daily Times|
|May 21, 2019||Ohio Treasurer wants to leverage private money to fix public challenges|
Ohio Treasurer Robert Sprague wants to make it easier for private funding to help combat the opioid epidemic, algae blooms in Lake Erie and other issues typically dealt with using public dollars.
|Columbus Business First|
|May 17, 2019|
ResultsOHIO pays for proven projects
|The Delaware Gazette|
|May 13, 2019|
ResultsOhio would reward successful programs
|May 10, 2019|
State treasurer visits Warren to explain ResultsOHIO initiative
|The Youngstown Vindicator|
|April 25, 2019|
Ohio treasurer wants to fund solutions to state issues
|Wapakoneta Daily News|
|April 24, 2019|
Ohio Treasurer aims to innovate private solutions
|The Lima News|
|April 21, 2019|
ResultsOHIO initiative would reinforce public policy success
|Crain's Cleveland Business|
|April 20, 2019|
Results-oriented initiative will end wasteful spending by state
|The Youngstown Vindicator|
|March 27, 2019|
Legislation would advance Sprague’s ‘pay for success’ initiatives in Ohio
|The Findlay Courier|
|March 26, 2019||Ohio treasurer aims to help tackle drug addiction and other social problems|
Ohio’s state treasurer, normally responsible for overseeing the state’s investments and financial accounts, wants to play a role in helping fight drug addiction, infant mortality and other social problems...
|Cleveland Plain Dealer|