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Justice, Fairness, Inclusion, and Performance.

Mark Robbins

MEMBER SINCE: 2013

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History of Employment

Position
Division
Organization
Start
End
Interim Executive Director
U.S. Election Assistance Commission
2022
Present
General Counsel
U.S. Office of Personnel Management
2019
2021
Member, Vice Chair and acting Chair
U.S. Merit Systems Protection Board
2012
2019
Former General Counsel
U.S. Election Assistance Commission
2010
2012
Consultant
IDS International
2009
2010
Senior Rule of Law Advisor
Babil Provincial Reconstruction Team
Iraq, U.S. Department of State
2007
2009
Executive Director
Privacy & Civil Liberties Oversight Board
The White House
2006
2007
General Counsel
U.S. Office of Personnel Management
2001
2006
Transition Head
Bush-Cheney Transition Team
2000
2001
Attorney at Law
ACE USA Property
Casualty & Reins, Co.
1997
2000
Attorney at Law
Hancock Rothert & Bunshoft LLP
1994
1997
Attorney at Law
Belin Rawlings & Badal
1993
1994
Attorney at Law
Pepper Hamilton LLP
1988
1993
Deputy Associate Director
Presidential Personnel
The White House
1984
1988
Legislative Assistant
U.S. House of Representatives
1981
1984
Primary Policy Areas

Civil Rights and Liberties, Foreign Policy, Labor/Workforce Training and RecruitmentLabor, Pensions

Primary Sector of Expertise

Federal

Primary Functions

Human Capital, Intergovernmental, Organizational Structure/Design/Development, Performance Measurement, Procurement and Acquisition

Management Matters Podcast

Grand Challenge: Protect Electoral Integrity and Enhance Voter Participation

How To Support the Election Workforce in the 2022 Election

Season: 1 Episode:129 | October 03, 2022

Show Notes:

On this episode, we are joined by our Election Integrity Working Group, made up of Academy Fellows Nancy Tate, Co-chair of the Women’s Vote Centennial Initiative, Mark Robbins, Interim Executive Director of the U.S. Election Assistance Commission, Barry Van Lare, an Independent Consultant of Management and Public Policy, and Edie Goldenberg, Professor of Public Policy and Political Science at the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy at the University of Michigan. They discuss the growing issue of disinformation regarding our electoral system, the rise in threats towards election workers, and what Fellows can do to uphold our country's electoral integrity.

This podcast episode was adapted from a webinar discussion that took place on September 29th. If you would like to watch the webinar, you can find it here.

Academic Resources mentioned:

Please access NAPA’s Election Resources at the 2022 Election Integrity Platform webpage, under our Grand Challenges tab.