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Joint Standing Panel on Public Service and Social Equity: Sept 9

Standing Panel Blog | Type: Article | Areas: Social Equity | Year: 2022

Discussing Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility September 9, 2022, 10:00 am - 12 pm EDT Description: Join our national dialogue

Investing in Communities to Build Resilience with Joe Nimmich

NAPA Podcast | Type: Podcast | Areas: None | Year: 2022

On this episode, we welcome Academy Fellow, Joe Nimmich, Former Deputy Administrator of FEMA, Commander of the First Coast Guard

Meet Our Fellows: Akira Nakamura
Meet Our Fellows: Akira Nakamura

News | Type: Article | Areas: None | Year: 2022

1. What inspired you to become a university professor? For long, I wanted to become a journalist. That was one

GovExec Daily: Who Gets To Know When You Die?
GovExec Daily: Who Gets To Know When You Die?

News | Type: Article | Areas: Federalism and Intergovernmental Relations, Information Technology | Year: 2022

Death data in the United States are collected and maintained by state vital records offices, but the information is needed

Using Technology to Build Environmental Resilience with Molly O'Neill

NAPA Podcast | Type: Podcast | Areas: None | Year: 2022

On this episode, we welcome Molly O'Neill, Former Vice President of CGI Federal, Former Assistant Administrator and Chief Information Officer

Using Fuller Data on Deaths Would Help Some Programs, Says Report
Using Fuller Data on Deaths Would Help Some Programs, Says Report

News | Type: Article | Areas: None | Year: 2022

Making fuller use of data on deaths could improve the management of programs in a number of federal agencies although

The Highs and Lows of the Square One Exploration
The Highs and Lows of the Square One Exploration

News | Type: Article | Areas: None | Year: 2022

As we take on new research initiatives at the National Academy of Public Administration* (the Academy), an initial step in

Developing a Weather-Ready Nation with Louis Uccellini

NAPA Podcast | Type: Podcast | Areas: None | Year: 2022

On this episode, we welcome Louis Uccellini, former Director of the National Weather Service and Academy Fellow, to discuss the

Meet our Fellows: Janet Weiss
Meet our Fellows: Janet Weiss

News | Type: Article | Areas: None | Year: 2022

Janet Weiss ('17): Mary C. Bromage Collegiate Professor Emerita of Business; Professor Emerita of Public Policy, Ford School, University of

Academy Study: Social Security Administration Sources and Access to Death Data

NAPA Podcast | Type: Podcast | Areas: None | Year: 2022

On this episode, we welcome Barbara Bovbjerg, former Managing Director at GAO, Chair of this study's panel of Fellows, and

Meet Our Fellows: Chung-Kil Chung
Meet Our Fellows: Chung-Kil Chung

News | Type: Article | Areas: None | Year: 2022

Chung-Kil Chung ('10), Former President, University of UlsanPublic Service Highlights: Former Chief of Staff to the President, The Blue House

National Academy of Public Administration Releases Panel Report for Social Security Administration on Sources and Access to State Death Data

Press Release | Type: Article | Areas: None | Year: 2022

Report analyzes potential options to improve intergovernmental sharing of data WASHINGTON, D.C. – A Panel of the National Academy of

Developing Resilient and Livable Communities with Mark Funkhouser

NAPA Podcast | Type: Podcast | Areas: None | Year: 2022

On this episode, we welcome Mark Funkhouser, former Mayor of Kansas City and Academy Fellow, to discuss what makes a

Meet Our Fellows: Gilda Lambert
Meet Our Fellows: Gilda Lambert

News | Type: Article | Areas: None | Year: 2022

Gilda LambertConsultant, Former Positions with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Who or what inspired you to work

Agile Leadership

Articles From Our Partners | Type: Article | Areas: Information Technology, Leadership | Year: 2022

This blog is the third in a series based on the Integrated Framework for Action, described below. The AGC continues

Intergovernmental Systems July 20 Standing Panel

Standing Panel Blog | Type: Article | Areas: None | Year: 2022

The Standing Panel on Intergovernmental Systems met on July 20th to discuss the Charter, brainstorm potential topics of interest and

Public Governance and Engagement Challenges in City Government with TC Broadnax

NAPA Podcast | Type: Podcast | Areas: None | Year: 2022

On this episode, we welcome TC Broadnax, City Manager of Dallas, Texas and Academy Fellow, to discuss his journey in

U.S. Department of Homeland Security Office of Inspector General: Advancing Change Management Processes
U.S. Department of Homeland Security Office of Inspector General: Advancing Change Management Processes

Academy Study | Type: Study | Areas: Human Resources and Personnel Management | Year: 2022

The Office of Inspector General (OIG) of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) provides independent oversight and promotes excellence, integrity

Developing Governance Models in Maryland with Clarence Crawford

NAPA Podcast | Type: Podcast | Areas: None | Year: 2022

On this episode, we welcome Clarence Crawford, Member of the Maryland State Board of Education and Academy Fellow, to discuss

Agile Regulation Gateway to the Future: A New Framework

Articles From Our Partners | Type: Article | Areas: The Context, Nature, and Structure of Public Administration, Advancing Democracy | Year: 2022

The pace, process, and outcome of government regulation is an important ingredient in improving the economic welfare of the world

Technology Leadership July Standing Panel: Technology Policy and the NAPA Grand Challenges

Standing Panel Blog | Type: Article | Areas: None | Year: 2022

Technology Policy and the NAPA Grand Challenges Friday, July 15, 2022; 10:00 am - 11:30 am Technologies are rapidly advancing

The Role of City Managers in Fostering Social Equity with Norton Bonaparte

NAPA Podcast | Type: Podcast | Areas: Social Equity State and Local Government Structures | Year: 2022

On this episode, we welcome Norton Bonaparte, City Manager of Sanford, Florida and Academy Fellow, to discuss his journey in

Insights From Our Fellows: Richard Greggory Johnson III
Insights From Our Fellows: Richard Greggory Johnson III

News | Type: Article | Areas: None | Year: 2022

National Academy of Public Administration and Project Management Institute Release Report on Agile Regulatory Framework

Press Release | Type: Article | Areas: None | Year: 2022

Agile tenets can help federal agencies become more effective, efficient & equitable WASHINGTON, D.C. – The National Academy of Public

Meet Our Fellows: Gary Christopherson
Meet Our Fellows: Gary Christopherson

News | Type: Article | Areas: None | Year: 2022

1. Who or what inspired you to pursue a career in government and now in art advocacy? What inspired me

Agile Regulation: Gateway to the Future with Michael Fitzpatrick

NAPA Podcast | Type: Podcast | Areas: Federalism and Intergovernmental Relations Information Technology | Year: 2022

On this episode, we welcome Michael Fitzpatrick, Director of Global Strategy & Innovation at Google and Academy Fellow, to discuss

Executive Organization and Management June 24th Standing Panel

Standing Panel Blog | Type: Article | Areas: None | Year: 2022

EOM June Standing Panel: Role of Chiefs in Government Friday, June 24, 2022; 10:00 am - 11:45 am EST The

Meet Our Fellows: Vincent Micone
Meet Our Fellows: Vincent Micone

News | Type: Article | Areas: None | Year: 2022

The Integrated Framework for Action
The Integrated Framework for Action

Articles From Our Partners | Type: Article | Areas: The Context, Nature, and Structure of Public Administration, Organizational Theory and Behavior, Advancing Democracy | Year: 2022

The Agile Government Framework as presented below contains four “Modules” (Strategy, Organization, Implementation and Transformation) and emphasizes the use of

Scaling Social Equity Solutions with Gail Christopher

NAPA Podcast | Type: Podcast | Areas: Social Equity | Year: 2022

On this episode, we welcome Gail Christopher, Executive Director at the National Collaborative for Health Equity and Academy Fellow, to

Meet Our Fellows: Egbert Perry
Meet Our Fellows: Egbert Perry

News | Type: Article | Areas: None | Year: 2022

Who or what inspired you to work in public service? My motivation is rooted in my parents. Both my mother

Working Capital Fund –June 2022

Working Capital Fund | Type: Article | Areas: None | Year: 2022

On Thursday, June 9, the National Academy of Public Administration and Grant Thornton hosted a Working Capital Fund Symposium on

June 2022

Shared Services Seminar | Type: Article | Areas: None | Year: 2022

MEDIA ADVISORY National Academy of Public Administration’s 21st Annual Social Equity Leadership Conference is June 8-10, Hosted by the University of San Francisco School of Management

Press Release | Type: Article | Areas: None | Year: 2022

Virtual Forum to Focus on “Promoting Leadership for Democracy and Social Equity” WASHINGTON, D.C. – The National Academy of Public

2022 Social Equity Leadership Conference Preview with Richard Greggory Johnson III

NAPA Podcast | Type: Podcast | Areas: None | Year: 2022

On this episode, we welcome Richard Greggory Johnson III, tenured Full Professor & Department Chair for the Department of Public

Meet Our Fellows: Michael Massiah
Meet Our Fellows: Michael Massiah

News | Type: Article | Areas: None | Year: 2022

Last September, Michael G. Massiah (Academy Fellow ’06) retired from the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey (PANYNJ)

Recruiting and Retaining Talent in Public Service with Ventris Gibson

NAPA Podcast | Type: Podcast | Areas: Federalism and Intergovernmental Relations | Year: 2022

On this episode, we welcome Ventris Gibson , Deputy Director of the US Mint and Academy Fellow, to discuss her

Improving the Customer Service Experience in Government with Martha Dorris

NAPA Podcast | Type: Podcast | Areas: None | Year: 2022

On this episode, we welcome Martha Dorris, Founder of Dorris Consulting International, expert on Government Customer Experience, and Academy Fellow

NAPA Standing Panel on Social Equity in Governance: Discussing the Experiences of Chief Equity Officers

Standing Panel Blog | Type: Article | Areas: None | Year: 2022

NAPA Standing Panel on Social Equity in Governance: Discussing the Experiences of Chief Equity Officers May 06, 2022 @ 10:00:0

Public Service May 20 Standing Panel

Standing Panel Blog | Type: Article | Areas: None | Year: 2022

Schedule F and the Future of Merit in Government Friday, May 20, 2022; 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm EST The