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George Eastman, the visionary leader who created Eastman Kodak, founded a bureau of municipal research in Rochester NY in 1915 “to get things done for the community” and to serve as an “independent, non-partisan agency for keeping citizens informed.” Over more than 9 decades CGR has grown from a bureau focused on the needs of one city into an organization with far broader reach.Today, from offices in Rochester and Albany, CGR works to bring clarity to the issues that affect the quality of life in communities, whether inside or outside New York. We work with government, business and nonprofit leaders who drive public policy action and organizational change. We inform and empower leaders by providing fact-based, objective research and analysis and by making recommendations that are achievable. Our clients value the quality of our work, our pragmatic approach and our commitment to remaining independent and non-partisan.
CGR is a nonprofit organized under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Our major focus areas are government management, economic analysis, public finance, workforce development, program evaluation, children & youth services, health, human services, education, criminal justice, public safety, community profiles, shared services/consolidation, and organizational development. We are also skilled at census data interpretation, strategic planning & facilitation, and surveys & analysis.