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Conversation with Authors Series with Russell Mills, Cassandra Moseley, Noel Greis, and Monica Noguiera

Wednesday, November 10th, 2010 - 12:24
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Exploring ideas to improve government effectiveness. We profile three Center reports with authors Russell Mills on regulatory partnerships at FAA, Cassandra Moseley on Collaborating on the front lines, and Professors Greis and Noguiera on enhancing food safety through collaboration and partnerships.
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Tue, 11/09/2010
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Exploring ideas to improve government effectiveness. We profile three Center reports with authors Russ Mills on regulatory partnerships at FAA, Cass Moseley on Collaborating on the front lines, and Professors Greis and Noguiera on enhancing food safety through collaboration and partnerships.

Performance, Leadership, and Telework: Weekly Recap

Thursday, November 4th, 2010 - 16:04
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Thursday, November 4, 2010 - 16:00
My earlier post this week discussed the difference between transparency and clarity.  It also used an example that was applicable to a broad spectrum of commercial and government challenges – getting the right information to the right people so they can make decisions effectively and lead with clarity.  I consider this to be a key component of enabling leaders to lead.

Daniel B. Prieto

Monday, September 20th, 2010 - 10:28
Daniel B. Prieto has worked for two decades in the private sector, government, and academia at the intersection of technology, public policy, and national and homeland security issues.  He is Vice President and lead for IBM's Public Sector Strategy & Innovation consulting practice.  He also leads corporate development and thought leadership campaigns in the areas of "smarter government", cybersecurity, homeland security, and healthcare for IBM’s U.S. Public Sector division.

Setting Goals for Government: The Senate Can Deliver This Fall

Friday, September 17th, 2010 - 17:41
The Senate returned this week to an exceedingly busy legislative agenda, but we urge its members to take up a bill that could transform the way government works by requiring agencies to set priority goals and achieve real-world results. The legislation, which has yet to be introduced in the Senate, should be modeled on the bill introduced by Rep. Henry Cuellar (D-TX), which was passed unanimously by the House in June. This legislation requires each federal department and agency to set high-priority goals they intend to achieve for the American people.
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Moving to the Cloud: An introduction to Cloud Computing in government

Friday, June 4th, 2010 - 10:09
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This article is adapted from David C. Wyld, ”Moving to theCloud: An Introduction to Cloud Computing in Government”(Washington, DC: IBM Center for The Business ofGovernment, 2009).

Competition, Choice, and Incentives in Government Programs

Thursday, April 22nd, 2010 - 9:25
Since the 1980s, the language used around market-based government has muddied its meaning and polarized its proponents and critics, making the topic politicized and controversial. Competition, Choice, and Incentives in Government Programs hopes to reframe competing views of market-based government so it is seen not as an ideology but rather as a fact-based set of approaches for managing government services and programs more efficiently and effectively. Table of Contents:

Colin Campbell

Sunday, March 28th, 2010 - 12:52
Colin Campbell was born in Calgary, Alberta in 1943. He was educated in that city and at Gonzaga University in Spokane, Washington, where he received his A.B. (Hons.) in political science in 1965. In 1966, he obtained his M.A. in political science at the University of Alberta. He completed his Ph.D. in political science at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina in 1973.

John Trattner

Sunday, March 28th, 2010 - 12:51
    John H. Trattner, Council for Excellence in Government  

Judith E. Michaels

Sunday, March 28th, 2010 - 12:50
Judith Michaels is the author of The President’s Call: Executive Leadership from FDR to George Bush and “The President’s People in Washington – Or, How I learned to Stop Worrying and Love (or at Least Respect) the Government.”  She is currently a freelance writer and consultant.  Dr.

Priscilla Regan

Sunday, March 28th, 2010 - 12:50
Dr. Regan is a Professor in the Department of Public and International Affairs at George Mason University. Prior to joining that faculty in 1989, she was a Senior Analyst in the Congressional Office of Technology Assessment (1984-1989) and an Assistant Professor of Politics and Government at the University of Puget Sound (1979-1984).
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