Minnesota Management and Budget’s FY23 budget includes $800,000 to conduct experimental and quasi-experimental impact evaluations for opiate epidemic response grant activities and general state-funded grant programs, along with inventorying the evidence-based practices supported by these grant programs. In addition, Minnesota Management and Budget received funding ($400,000) in FY23 to inventory evidence-based activities and conduct impact evaluations of county-based adult mental health programs. In total, more than 2% of MMB’s budget is spent on evaluation activities. In addition, Minnesota’s Statewide Health Improvement Partnership (SHIP), administered by the Department of Health, provides tens of millions of dollars in grants annually to communities for health care prevention efforts. This grant program supports grantees with technical assistance and requires grantees to report on evaluation and monitoring of outcomes.