WASHINGTON, D.C. – The National Academy of Public Administration’s Center for Intergovernmental Partnerships (CIP) will release a white paper on the need to modernize the delivery of public benefits and co-host a June 15 panel discussion of the paper with the project sponsor, the Center for Accountability, Modernization, and Innovation (CAMI). Registration can be found here.
The white paper sets out a framework where practitioners at any level of government can take specific actions to improve program outcomes, process delivery, and program effectiveness. It captures key takeaways from a series of roundtables that brought together partners and practitioners to discuss opportunities to modernize the system.
The event will feature several participants in that series, offering insight into the necessity and opportunities for modernization. Audience Q&A will take place after the panel discussion concludes.
WHAT: The Center for Intergovernmental Partnerships’ discussion of a white paper on modernizing the delivery of public benefits, co-hosted by the project sponsor, the Center for Accountability, Modernization, and Innovation.
WHEN: June 15, 2023
3:00 PM – 4:30 PM ET
WHERE: The event will be hybrid. There will be limited attendance at Academy offices at 1600 K Street, NW, Washington, D.C., or virtual attendance is an option.
WHO: Stan Soloway, Academy Board Member and Fellow; Chairman of the Board at CAMI (moderator)
Rashida Brown, Program Director, Health & Human Services, National Association of Counties (NACo)
Doug Howard, Senior Vice President, Human Services, Maximus
Jessica Maneely, Assistant Director, Process Innovation, American Public Human Services Association (APHSA)
MEDIA: Media planning to attend should register in advance here.
About the National Academy of Public Administration
Chartered by Congress to provide non-partisan expert advice, the Academy is an independent, non-profit, and non-partisan organization established in 1967 to assist government leaders in building more effective, efficient, accountable, and transparent organizations. Learn more at www.napawash.org and connect at @napawash
About the Center for Intergovernmental Partnerships
Established in September 2021, in recognition that no significant public problem fits entirely within one government agency or even one level of government, the Center for Intergovernmental Partnerships helps identify intergovernmental gaps and serves as a forum for dialogue and problem-solving on those issues across local, state, tribal, territorial, and federal levels of government. Learn more at www.napawash.org/intergovernmental and connect at @CIP_napawash