Prior to joining The Carey Group, he served as Director of Staff and Organizational Development and Deputy Commissioner for Planning, Administration and Technology in the New York City Department of Probation. He directed the design, implementation and evaluation of one of the City’s largest reengineering projects, Adult Supervision Restructuring (ASR), which restructured how Probation supervised 85,000 probationers and cumulatively saved almost $40 million in budget expenses. He is also expert in public finance and public policy at the federal, state, and local levels of government and was the Deputy Auditor General for New York City, overseeing over thirty city agencies with a combined budget of $45 billion.
Domurad joins CorrectionsOne through the Correctional Management Institute of Texas. See all the CMIT columnists here.
Full list of Frank Domurad results
Evidence-based practices: A question of morality?–
For those of us pledged to protect the public's safety, can we expect ourselves to do anything less?
The managerial trap–
Sometimes getting rid of bad leaders is more important than finding great ones
Ghost in the machine: How old practices hinder future progress–
Why we need to restructure our organizations for evidence-based practices to be effective