Panel Chair: Sy Murray
The Africa Working Group (AWG) is a sub-committee of the International Standing Panel at the National Academy of Public Administration in Washington, DC. Established in 2001, the AWG’s mission is to enhance public administration and governance in Africa.
Panel Chair: John M. Kamensky
The Standing Panel on Executive Organization and Management (EOM) is the National Academy's oldest and longest serving standing panel. The Panel focuses on improving the structure, capacity, management and performance of public institutions.
Panel Chair: Arnold Fields
The Standing Panel on International Affairs focuses on the National Academy's role in the international community. It considers a broad range of issues, such as: assisting in the development of democratic institutions in transitional democracies throughout the world; addressing public management challenges in developing countries; examining the management of the U.S. government's international activities; and promoting information sharing on promising practices in public management.
Panel Chair: Alan P. Balutis
This Standing Panel is a valuable resource to the National Academy of Public Administration as it pursues its work in human resources management. The Panel meets regularly and is focused on the difficult issues facing government.
Panel Chair: Blue Wooldridge
The Standing Panel on Social Equity in Governance focuses on issues of fairness, justice, and equity in a variety of public contexts, including, but not limited to: education, policing, welfare, housing, and transportation.
Panel Chair: Alan Shark
Technology unto itself is but a set of tools that requires a high level of understanding and leadership that can no longer be delegated to a single person, support agency or department. Every day public administrators struggle to navigate the ever-changing landscape, trying to keep current with the latest trends and best practices.
The Standing Panel on the Federal System considers challenges and issues related to the U.S. federal system and intergovernmental relations.