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Rutgers University, ASPA Launch Public Administration Gateway

December 9, 2014

The field of public affairs and administration has a plethora of rich information resources. Often times, these print, electronic and multimedia “gems” are invisible to practitioners, students and even academics.

To help those looking for appropriate and valuable insights into the field, The School of Public Affairs and Administration at Rutgers University-Newark and the American Society for Public Administration (ASPA) have teamed up to launch the Public Administration Gateway (https://pagateway.newark.rutgers.edu). This online initiative is a comprehensive portal where users can access thousands of core resources in public affairs, public policy and public administration.

These resources, many of which can be accessed at no charge, can help public managers deliver services to citizens as promised. Students will also find the portal helpful as they find and build successful careers. Additionally, academics will now be able to access and utilize expanded sets of quantitative and qualitative data for their research.

Users can explore over 20 pathways, including statistical data, government publications, case studies, international resources, teaching resources and career information.

Access is free; however you must register with the website. To learn about this joint initiative, visit the Public Administration Gateway.

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