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At the Intersection of Law Enforcement Culture, Legitimacy and Peacemaking: Optimal Engagement Policing

At the Intersection of Law Enforcement Culture, Legitimacy and Peacemaking: Optimal Engagement Policing

By promoting fairness, transparency and collaboration, police can support communities through meaningful conflict resolution, trust-building, and harm resolution. …

Navigating Chaos: Adaptive Case Management as the Key to Realizing 10x Government Goals

Navigating Chaos: Adaptive Case Management as the Key to Realizing 10x Government Goals

The integration of ACM into public administration paves the way for not just incremental improvements but exponential advancements, setting a new standard for excellence and innovation in government services.…

Public Sector Entrepreneurship: PART III

Public Sector Entrepreneurship: PART III

Introducing a Public Entrepreneurship BRIEFINGS staff learning series would strategically build involvement from all levels of an organization. Further, establishing this involvement would creatively position any organization as a leader…

Democracy: More Than A Notion

Democracy: More Than A Notion

For public administrators, we know that where we govern is as important as how we govern. We speak democracy. So, let’s get loud!…

Why Partnerships Matter: How Government and Nonprofits Can Foster a Culture of Innovation in Public Service Delivery

Why Partnerships Matter: How Government and Nonprofits Can Foster a Culture of Innovation in Public Service Delivery

As I reflect on my experiences, I am reminded that it is not just about the projects we complete, but the lives we touch and the communities we uplift. Together,…

Addressing Florida’s Access to Dental Care with Street-Level Bureaucrats

Addressing Florida’s Access to Dental Care with Street-Level Bureaucrats

The College of Dentistry at Florida Atlantic University has an opportunity to be a catalyst for collaboration and change with individuals, communities and government entities when it comes to solving…

Distrust in Government: The Fable of the Belly

Distrust in Government: The Fable of the Belly

Like in "The Fable of the Belly", we are living in a time when people are revolting. They don’t trust the government to do its job. And they don’t trust…

Public Branding for Entrepreneurial Growth: A 21st Century Imperative for Municipal Governments

Public Branding for Entrepreneurial Growth: A 21st Century Imperative for Municipal Governments

The views expressed are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of ASPA as an organization. By Aroon P. ManoharanApril 12, 2024 Cities and towns recognize…

Exploring the Synergy Between Big Data and Warm Data—Part I

Exploring the Synergy Between Big Data and Warm Data—Part I

How do we ensure that the combination of Big Data and Warm Data does not perpetuate existing inequalities or create new forms of exclusion or discrimination?…

Innovative Multi-Agency Approaches to Crimes of Exploitation

Innovative Multi-Agency Approaches to Crimes of Exploitation

Studies show that implementing interagency information sharing will increase both effectiveness and efficiency and result in a greater integration of public services.…

The Art of Getting Someone to Want to Do Something

The Art of Getting Someone to Want to Do Something

Exceptional first line supervisors use positivity, clear communication, adaptability, appropriate employee treatment, interpersonal skills and conflict management to create a culture in which their subordinates want to complete the tasks…

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