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The United States Needs a National Crypto Director

The United States Needs a National Crypto Director

We need a National Director for Crypto to coordinate these efforts under one, centralized authority, if not one roof, and we need it now while we are still in the…

The Ukraine-Russia War and the Cementing of President Biden’s Worldview

The Ukraine-Russia War and the Cementing of President Biden’s Worldview

At 79, President Biden's age proves to be an asset, as it brings the experience and the frame of reference needed to usher in a new worldview.…

David and Goliath

David and Goliath

In a world where the Goliaths sometimes appear to be winning, it is encouraging to know that right can overcome might.…

Jai Mangal Paswan Award for Public Service

Jai Mangal Paswan Award for Public Service

The American Society for Public Administration, Section on South Asian Public Administration (SASPA) is proud to announce a call for nominations for the 2023 Jai Mangal Paswan Award for Public…

Nonprofits in the Time of Wars

Nonprofits in the Time of Wars

It is essential to always remember that the primary objective of humanitarian aid is to help save lives, alleviate suffering and maintain human dignity, which enforces a fundamental expression of…

Teamwork Makes the Dream Work: Why a Collaborative Teaching Approach Should Be the New Nursing Education Paradigm

Teamwork Makes the Dream Work: Why a Collaborative Teaching Approach Should Be the New Nursing Education Paradigm

With a collaborative teaching approach amongst nursing faculty, faculty may experience greater satisfaction with their teaching responsibilities and institutions, while also benefiting the nursing students by modeling skills of teamwork,…

Legal Compliance and Social Equity in Emergency Management

Legal Compliance and Social Equity in Emergency Management

Emergency managers should document decisions during the planning phase and in all cases be ready to explain, perhaps under oath, what led to those decisions. …

Reassessing: A Different Kind of Leadership

Reassessing: A Different Kind of Leadership

We either grow, or we become stagnant...we must rewrite the so-called leadership rules and lead from an exploratory, open-minded and intrinsically motivating perspective.…

The Tipping Point—Great Resignation

The Tipping Point—Great Resignation

No single solution can address the mass exodus of key talent...instead, to retain post-pandemic employees, organizations will have to develop customized solutions relevant to both the economic and non-economic factors.…

Moving Beyond Civility

Moving Beyond Civility

The way in which governing board members interact with one another impacts the quality of their decision-making, which eventually connects with organizational operations and outcomes.…

Public Administration in “Post-Democracy” America: Part 3—What Becomes of the “Deep State”

Public Administration in “Post-Democracy” America: Part 3—What Becomes of the “Deep State”

An unpleasant fact of life is that future authoritarian leaders would prefer constant turnover and inexperience among public servants to prevent the accumulation of power within the bureaucracy which could…