The Colorado Evaluation and Action Lab was created in 2017 under the leadership of the Governor’s Office to unlock data-informed solutions to our most pressing social problems. Working together with a broad range of government and community partners, we conduct research with rigor to obtain the best available evidence to address these challenges.

Learn Together

We operate under the belief that government can be most effective and efficient when all sectors—public, private, nonprofit, community, and academic—work together to develop solutions to society’s most pressing problems.

Prioritize Relationships

So we meet our partners where they are, work together to innovate, achieve targeted goals, and ensure that resources are used wisely.​

Apply Rigor

We use the Colorado Steps to Building Evidence model to conduct research and evaluation with rigor. We want to understand the core causes of problems and build evidence to inform, activate, and sustain efforts that improve the lives of Colorado residents.

Activate Findings + Sustain Change

When we do this, we leverage data to inform policy and practice and set the wheels in motion to achieve and sustain change. 

The Latest from the Lab

Spotlight: External Research Partners

The Colorado Lab is excited to highlight two external research partners, Dr. Alena Clark and Dave Anderson! They join more than 70 skilled, passionate researchers we have had the pleasure of partnering with on diverse projects over the past 5 years.

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