PARCA delivers believability

By on May 24th, 2017 in : in FP - What People Say

WHAT PEOPLE SAY “PARCA delivers believability, integrity, calmness, and can-do.” – Carolyn Akers, CEO Mobile Area Education Foundation


PARCA is the state’s foremost

By on May 24th, 2017 in : in FP - What People Say

WHAT PEOPLE SAY “PARCA is the state’s foremost good-government advocate.” – AL.com


Our $25,000 investment

By on May 24th, 2017 in : in FP - What People Say

WHAT PEOPLE SAY “Our $25,000 investment with PARCA saved us $7.5 million.” -Todd Strange, Mayor of Montgomery


PARCA’s reputation is unexcelled

By on May 24th, 2017 in : in FP - What People Say

WHAT PEOPLE SAY “PARCA’s reputation is unexcelled in the fields it chooses to deal with.” – Jim White, Chairman of Read the full release.  


We commit to this PARCA report

By on May 24th, 2017 in : in FP - What People Say

WHAT PEOPLE SAY “We commit to this PARCA report because we want this community to see and hear the truth.” Read the full release.  


Of the millions we invested

By on May 24th, 2017 in : in FP - What People Say

WHAT PEOPLE SAY “Of the millions we invested in Dothan Schools, the $20,000 we spent on PARCA was the most Read the full release.  


PARCA showed us deficiencies

By on May 24th, 2017 in : in FP - What People Say

WHAT PEOPLE SAY “PARCA showed us deficiencies we couldn’t see for ourselves, saving the city $8 million.”   – Todd Read the full release.  


PARCA compares municipal finances in Alabama, gets mayors’ perspective

How Alabama Cities Finances Compare How Alabama City Finances Compare is the ninth edition of PARCA’s study of Alabama city Read the full release.  


PARCA’s 2017 Public Opinion Survey Results are Here

Today, PARCA released the results of its annual public opinion survey. The poll of over 350 Alabama residents was conducted Read the full release.  


Number and Percentage of Workforce Ready Graduates Increased in 2016

By on April 10th, 2017 in : in Education & Workforce Development

Just over 60 percent of Alabama’s 2016 high school graduates scored “workforce ready” in 2016, according to new results from Read the full release.