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G. Edward DeSeve

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Controller
U.S. Office of Management and Budget
Director of Finance
City of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Deputy Director of Finance for Budget
City of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Assistant to the Director of Finance
City of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Analyst and Deputy Director
Community Renewal Program
City of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Managing Director
Merrill Lynch Capital Markets
President
Public Financial Management
Special Assistant to the Governor
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
Chief Financial Officer
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
Executive in Residence
Brookings Executive Education
Deputy Director for Management
U.S. Office of Management and Budget
Partner and National Industry Director
Federal Government
KPMG
Managing Partner
Governmentum Partners
Professor and Director
Management Finance and Leadership Program, School of Public Affairs
University of Maryland College Park
Professor
Fels Institute of Government
University of Pennsylvania
Special advisor to the President and Assistant to the Vice President
Senior Advisor to the Office of Management and Budget for Director for Implementation of the Recovery Act
Co-Executive Director
State Budget Crisis Task Force
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Management Matters Podcast

Grand Challenge: Develop New Approaches to Public Governance and Engagement

Increasing the Agility of the Federal Government with Ed DeSeve, Angela Evans, and Joe Mitchell

Season: 1 Episode:34 | December 14, 2020

Show Notes:

In this episode, we welcome Academy Fellows, Ed DeSeve, Coordinator of the Agile Government Center, and Angela Evans, Dean of the University of Texas LBJ School of Public Affairs, as well as Joe Mitchell, Academy Director for Strategic Initiatives and International Programs, to discuss efforts by the Academy to increase the agility of the Federal government, agile government's effect on the education of future public administrators, and recommendations for the incoming Biden Administration.

With Academy Fellows, Ed DeSeve, Coordinator of the Agile Government Center, and Angela Evans Dean of the University of Texas LBJ School of Public Affairs, as well as Joe Mitchell, Academy Director for Strategic Initiatives and International Programs

Topics Include:

  • Defining agile government
  • Recent work by the Agile Government Center
  • Recommendations for the government as a whole to become more agile
  • Using agile during crises and making it sustainable outside of crises
  • Challenges and obstacles for governments to use agile
  • Training current government managers to use agile
  • Implementing agile into the Public Administration curriculum
  • Initiatives at the University of Texas LBJ school including the Urban Lab and prison and jail innovation
  • Recommendations for the Biden Administration to increase the government's agility

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