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Justice, Fairness, Inclusion, and Performance.

Solving Public Management Challenges

Through Independent Thought Leadership and In-Depth Analysis

Who We Are

Established in 1967, the Academy responds to requests for assistance from Congress; federal agencies; and state, local, and international government entities on issues of importance. As a Congressionally-chartered non-partisan 501(c)3 nonprofit, we also provide thought leadership that advances the field of public administration through the work of our research staff and nearly 1,000 elected Fellows.

What We Do

The Academy provides a full range of advisory services to government organizations at all levels.

Latest Updates

The Academy would like to bring your attention to the following resources and announcements.

In-Person and Virtual Registration Open: 2023 Social Equity Leadership Conference

June 12-14th: the Academy's Standing Panel on Social Equity in Governance is partnering with the University of Kansas and the Mid-America Regional Council to hold the Social Equity Leadership Conference (SELC) in the heartland: Kansas City, MO.

2022 Academy Annual Report

Our 2022 Annual Report is out! It highlights the Academy’s accomplishments in advancing DEIA, increasing intergovernmental collaboration, expanding agile government practices, and growing philanthropic support for our work.

Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month

AAPI Heritage Month takes place in May of each year and is meant to honor Americans of Asian and Pacific Island descent, and recognize their struggles, contributions, and accomplishments. This May, the Academy is highlighting several AAPI leaders in public administration.


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