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Episode 87: Grand Challenges in Public Administration


On this episode of #FedHeads, Robert and Francis talk to Terry Gerton, President and CEO of the National Academy of Public Administration on their new initiative to help tackle to the Grand Challenges in Public Administration On this episode of #FedHeads, Robert and Francis talk to Terry Gerton, President and CEO of the National Academy of Public Administration (..)

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Incrementalism as a concept of iterative improvement in government project development no longer a legitimate public administration theory

Rebuilding Place in Urban Space

Incrementalism is a public administration theory proposed in the 1950s by Charles Lindblom. It opened in 2001 and was completed in 2011, serving Hudson County only, and a recent proposal to finally extend it to Bergen has been further delayed (" Three decades later, the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail line still has no Bergen spur.


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December 2016 | Does Public Administration Want Diversity…Really? By Leisha DeHart Davis

PMRA (Public Management Research Association)

Gasman’s op-ed raises the same question for the public administration field: do we really want diversity? To shed light on the validity of these assumptions, I invited comments through an anonymous Qualtrics survey posted on twitter, the Academic Women in Public Administration email list, and PMRA’s listserv.

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APSA Simon Award for best book in public administration

Andy Whitford

Gary Miller and I just learned that our book Above Politics will receive the 2021 Herbert A. Simon Book Award from the American Political Science Association. Definitely one of the highlights of my career! Also, the book is now available in paperback and ebook editions.

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ASPA TIMES Magazine: Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

PA TIMES Magazine is a publication of the American Society for Public Administration (ASPA), a not-for-profit corporation.

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New Generation of PAA Leadership

Public Administration Associates

You can learn more about Dave, Chris, Kevin and the entire Public Administration Associates team on our About Us page. The post New Generation of PAA Leadership appeared first on Public Administration Associates, LLC. Denise Frueh serves as PAA’s business manager.

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30 Helpful Sites to find Public Administration Internships

Masters in Public Administration

Internships are especially helpful in the realm of public administration. A public administration internship can complement your degree, giving you hands on opportunities to learn about the workings of public administration. International Public Administration Internships. Great opportunities.

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Strategies For Public Works Employees to Embrace Government Software

This evolution marks a pivotal moment in the journey towards efficient public administration, where data- driven insights intersect with practical execution. Gain insights into how software bolsters governance mechanisms, enabling quicker response times and data-driven decision-making.