Barbara S. Romzek

Barbara S. Romzek is Professor of Public Administration at the University of Kansas, where she teaches public management and human resources management. She received her Ph.D. in political science in 1979 from the of Texas at Austin. From 1988 to 1993, she served as chair of the Department of Public Administration. Her research focuses on the nature of public management and the career experiences of individuals who serve as public managers. She has concentrated her attention on the issues of accountability, government reform, privatization, and intergovernmental relations.

D. Robert Worley

D. Robert Worley, Senior Fellow of Johns Hopkins University’s Center for Advanced Governmental Studies and Fellow of the National Academy of Public Administration, has been involved in the study and practice of American national security since 1967.

D. Robert Worley

D. Robert Worley, Senior Fellow of Johns Hopkins University’s Center for Advanced Governmental Studies and Fellow of the National Academy of Public Administration, has been involved in the study and practice of American national security since 1967. His analytic career began at RAND’s Strategy Assessment Center and continued at the Institute for Defense Analyses’ Joint Advanced Warfighting Program.

Leadership in Action -- Summer 2013 The Business of Government Magazine (NEW)

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Weekly Round-Up: August 29, 2014

Gadi Ben Yehuda

State Tech Magazine publishes an article by Lindsay Crudele, Boston's digital engagement director for in their Department of Innovation and Technology, "Why Governments Should Adopt a Digital Engagement Strategy"  Related: In FCW, Colby Huchmuth asks: "Beyond BYOD: Who oversees the apps?

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