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The Slick Goes On and Who is in Charge?

Eleven people missing and presumed dead. A 210,000 gallon-a-day oil leak now caught up in the Gulf of Mexico’s Loop Current. A fishing ban issued that extends 46,000 square miles.…

Good to Know…Week of May 24, 2010

Links to articles from several sources keeping you informed about reports and trends on all topics and areas of expertise in public administration.

Good to Know…Week of May 17, 2010

Links to articles from several sources keeping you informed about reports and trends on all topics and areas of expertise in public…

In Harm's Way

Enjoying the fishing and crabbing in open waters in the Gulf of Mexico beckons thousands to the tiny community of Grand Isle, LA, each year. The residents number around 1,500…

Welcome to PA TIMES Online

Washington, DC–Welcome to the newly launched online version of  PA TIMES, newspaper of the American Society for Public Administration (ASPA). Covering all aspects of public administration, service, management and…

There is an ASPA for That!

There is an ASPA for That!

Upcoming grads: Wondering how to stay connected to others with a heart for public service? Scared of becoming disconnected from encouraging professors, mentors, and colleagues? Puzzled on how to continue…

Coastal Area Protection Plans (CAPPs)

“We need to put this country’s coastlines and estuaries on the endangered species list,” stated Martha Madden, former Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality secretary, “perhaps, then, coastal protection will become…

Good to Know…Week of May 11, 2010

Links to articles from several sources keeping you informed about reports and trends on all topics and areas of expertise in public administration.…

Report Offers Ways to Stabilize National Debt

Report Offers Ways to Stabilize National Debt

Washington, DC–A new joint report from the National Research Council and the National Academy of Public Administration offers U.S. leaders ways to address the nation's fiscal problems and…

State Income Taxes Push Many Families Deeper Into Poverty

Washington, DC–Sixteen states taxed working-poor families deeper into poverty last year, according to a new report from the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities. Income tax bills on…

Hampton Roads ASPA Chapter Meets with Local City Managers

Hampton Roads ASPA Chapter Meets with Local City Managers