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Rebecca Davio

rebecca davio

Associate Professor of Practice
Director, Institute for Government Innovation
Ph.D., Interdisciplinary Studies, The University of Texas at Austin, 2001
Office: Medina 108
Phone: 512.245.7366
Email: r_d178@txstate.edu
Vita   HB2504 information
Research Interests:  Applied research in data-driven decision making, Health & GIS, customer service, policy analysis, recycling and sustainability, and social and emotional learning

Publications:

February 2018. “Disparity Study: A Statistical Update for Fiscal Years 2013-2016.” Institute for Government Innovation, Texas State University. 85 p. Principle Investigator.

August 2017. “Travis County Tax Assessor Collector Customer Satisfaction.” Institute for Government Innovation, Texas State University. 274 p. Principle Investigator.

July 2017. “Organizational Assessment: Document Sales and Research Center: City of Austin Development Services Department.” Institute for Government Innovation, Texas State University. 189 p. Principle Investigator.

June 2017. “Expired Permits and Work Without a Permit: City of Austin Development Services Department.” Institute for Government Innovation, Texas State University. 131 p. Principle Investigator.

February 2017. “Manufactured and Mobile Homes: The role of federal, state, county, and municipal regulation in manufactured housing in Texas.” Institute for Government Innovation, Texas State University. 87 p. Principle Investigator.

November 2016. “FY 2023 Driver License Division Processing Station Gap Analysis: Business Intelligence Analysis Report.” Institute for Government Innovation, Texas State University. 15 p. Principle Investigator.

November 2016. “FY 2023 Driver License Division Processing Station Gap Analysis: Understanding the Gap.” Institute for Government Innovation, Texas State University. 10 p. Principle Investigator.

August 2016. “FY 2021 Driver License Division Processing Station Gap Analysis: Business Intelligence Analysis Report.” Institute for Government Innovation, Texas State University. 39 p. Principle Investigator.

August 2016. “Fiscal Year 2015 Driver License Division Office Location Analysis: Technical Report.” Institute for Government Innovation, Texas State University. 29 p. Principle Investigator.


Courses Taught:

Solid Waste Management – Texas State University, Fall 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017
Textiles Lab – UT Austin, Spring and Fall, 1984
Environmental Studies and Principles of Marketing – Park University, June 1993- August 1995
Various management and leadership classes at the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) and the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS)