The program established by the National Academy of Public Administration just marked its first year of operation, the Center for intergovernmental Partnerships has already contributed to NAPA's work on the grand challenges in public administration.
Last year, Congress asked the National Academy of Public Administration to examine the sources of data for Social Security and how well it can access them. Here is what they found.
A new study from the National Academy of Public Administration, offers ways the regulatory process can become more agile.
The intergovernmental response to the pandemic is the topic of the latest study from a working group of the National Academy of Public Administration.
On this episode, we talk with Acquisition experts Stan Soloway and Jason Knudsen on their ground-breaking report on the expanding use of Other Transaction Authority (OTAs) in the federal procurement market and then catch up with innovation leader Jim Cook on the recently released President’s Management Agenda (PMA) Learning Agenda.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Safer Federal Workforce Task Force has new guidance for masking and COVID testing for federal agencies.
If cybersecurity is one of the nation's most potent threats, the answer is as much a talent question as technology.
A new report says the Office of the National Cyber Director should lead a government-wide cybersecurity workforce strategy.
The U.S. Merchant Marine Academy produces the nation's trained and licensed maritime shipping workforce.
The National Academy of Public Administration led a detailed review of the sexual assault and sexual harassment problems at the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy.
The agency is also building a new spot on USAJobs.gov for positions related to implementation of the new infrastructure law, and it's pursuing changes to the Pathways Program and a centralized hub for federal internship opportunities.
The House Oversight and Reform Committee advanced the Strengthening the Office of Personnel Management Act, but not without testy debate that covered everything from the role of career federal employees to OPM's performance.
The bill, known as the "Strengthen the Office of Personnel Management Act," would redefine the agency's mission and responsibilities, codify the role of the director and the career chief management officer and create a new advisory council for OPM.
The Federal Drive with Tom Temin got one view from the President and CEO of the National Academy of Public Administration Terry Gerton.