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John Bartle

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History of Employment

Position
Division
Organization
Start
End
Director
School of Public Administration
University of Nebraska - Omaha
2006
2011
Associate Professor
School of Public Administration
University of Nebraska - Omaha
1999
2004
Assistant Professor
School of Public Administration
University of Nebraska - Omaha
1994
1999
Assistant Professor
Department of Political Science
SUNY Binghamton
1990
1994
Research Analyst
Minnesota Taxpayers Association
1985
1987
Research Analyst
Minnesota Tax Study Commission
1983
1985
Research Assistant to the Director of Tax Policy Studies
American Enterprise Institute
1979
1981
Dean
College of Public Affairs and Community Service
University of Nebraska - Omaha
2011
Professor
School of Public Administration
University of Nebraska - Omaha
2004
Primary Policy Areas

Budget, Infrastructure, Taxes, Transportation

Primary Sector of Expertise

Academic

Primary Functions

Academic Faculty, Academic Administration, Budgeting and Finance

Management Matters Podcast

Grand Challenge: Develop New Approaches to Public Governance and Engagement

Bettering the Federalist System through Data with Dr. John Bartle, Jamie Boex, and Tom Shoop

Season: 1 Episode:38 | January 25, 2021

Show Notes:

In this episode, we welcome Academy Fellows Dr. John Bartle, Dean of the College of Public Affairs and Community Service at the University of Nebraska at Omaha, Jamie Boex, Senior Fellow at the Duke Center for International Development, and Tom ShoopExecutive Vice President, and Editor-in-chief at Government Executive Media Group, to discuss gathering, presenting, and using data on the federal government system.

With Academy Fellows, Dr. John Bartle, Dean of the College of Public Affairs and Community Service at the University of Nebraska at Omaha Jamie Boex, Senior Fellow at the Duke Center for International Development, and Tom Shoop Executive Vice President and Editor-in-chief at Government Executive Media Group

Topics Include:

  • A description of the U.S. federalist system
  • The importance of federalism in the field of public administration
  • The contribution and history of the U.S. Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations
  • About Federalism.us
  • Evidence-based and data-informed policy development
  • The importance of data pattern recognition for journalists

Register for January 28, 2021, joint webinar with the Academy and the Fiscal Service

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