Reinvention Labs

Updated April 20, 1998

At the forefront of reinvention are about 325 national Reinvention Laboratories - federal government organizations and activities across the United States that have volunteered and been recognized to lead the transformation of government into the next century. Reinvention Laboratories are empowered to test radical new ways of doing the government’s business, and then share their ideas, successes, and lessons across government.

What is a Reinvention Lab?

How to Become a Reinvention Lab

Reinvention Laboratory and Waiver Clearinghouse Database Search our national Reinvention Laboratories by name, by federal department or agency, by state or city location, or by reinvention topic. We will continue to expand and update this database. Please send updates to the database to Mildred Owens, email, fax: (202) 347-3252 or phone: (202) 347-3190. We thank the Alliance for Redesigning Government for its assistance in hosting our database.

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Reinvention Lab Web Links

Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service
Justice Performance Review
Defense Labs

For information on how to become a Reinvention Lab, contact Lance Cope at (202) 632-0387 or e-mail:

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