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National Academy of Public Administration Unveils Complete Series of “Election 2020 Project” Action Plans

Post Date: October 29, 2020

Papers Offer Next Administration a Roadmap to Address Nation’s Grand Challenges


WASHINGTON, D.C. – The National Academy of Public Administration today unveiled its complete series of Election 2020 Project action plans, which offer expertise and immediate practical steps from nearly 100 Academy Fellows on how the next Presidential administration can address the Grand Challenges in Public Administration, a list of the 12 thorniest issues facing the nation in the decade ahead.
“Our nation is currently experiencing tremendous upheaval on many fronts, and next year will be a crucial year as we attempt to control the coronavirus pandemic and address its social, political, and economic impacts,” said Terry Gerton, President and CEO of the Academy. “It is absolutely critical that our government take steps to tackle these challenges, starting immediately, and the Election 2020 Project papers offer a roadmap for meaningful progress. Authored by nearly 100 of our Fellows with in-depth expertise in governance and policy, these papers offer practical, nonpartisan recommendations that the next administration, regardless of political party, can use.”