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What is the National Academy of Public Administration

The National Academy of Public Administration is an independent, 501(c)(3) nonprofit, non-partisan organization established in 1967 and chartered by Congress in 1984. To carry out this mission, the Academy draws on the knowledge and experience of its nearly 1,000 Fellows—including former cabinet officers, Members of Congress, governors, mayors, and state legislators, as well as prominent scholars, career public administrators, and non-profit and business executives. Supported by a full-time professional staff, our Fellows bring their insights, experience, successes, and lessons learned straight to our clients through independent thought leadership, in-depth studies and analyses, advisory services and technical assistance, congressional testimony, forums and conferences, and stakeholder engagement.

As outlined in its Congressional charter, the Academy seeks to advance government practices through studies and projects held to the highest standards of efficiency and excellence. From its founding, the Academy’s commitment to good governance drives the organization forward and inspires its work.

Focal Points

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

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Academy Virtual Library
Welcome to the Academy's Virtual Library where you can search nearly all of the Academy's content in one place. Use...
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Thank You For Attending the 2022 Academy Annual Fall Meeting
The meeting was held as a hybrid event with three host sites across the country from Wednesday, November 2nd through...
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2022 Election Integrity Platform
Learn about how you can help protect and strengthen our democracy during this upcoming election using this collection of events...

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