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Private Delivery of Public Services, 20 Years On

Private Delivery of Public Services, 20 Years On

A note for our readers: the views reflected by the authors do not reflect the views of ASPA. By John Carroll It has been a little over 20 years since…

Johnson v. Johnson: A Century Apart – A World of Difference

Johnson v. Johnson: A Century Apart – A World of Difference

A note for our readers: the views reflected by the authors do not reflect the views of ASPA. By Richard F. Keevey This year –2014 — is historic. It is…

Stay Out of Iraq Quagmire and Sectarian Conflict

Stay Out of Iraq Quagmire and Sectarian Conflict

A note for our readers: the views reflected by the authors do not reflect the views of ASPA.  By Alexander Dawoody The Sunni-Shiite conflict is more than 1300 years old,…

Veteran Services, Collaboration and Community Investment

Veteran Services, Collaboration and Community Investment

A note for our readers: the views reflected by the authors do not reflect the views of ASPA. By Catherine E. Wilson Nonprofit leaders, public officials and corporate managers agree…

Reflections from a PAR Insider: Insights for New Scholars

Reflections from a PAR Insider: Insights for New Scholars

A note for our readers: the views reflected by the authors do not reflect the views of ASPA. By Rachel Fyall Since July 2011, I have had the privilege of serving…

It’s the Next Best Thing to Being There

It’s the Next Best Thing to Being There

A note for our readers: the views reflected by the authors do not reflect the views of ASPA. By John Carroll Telecommuting, work-sharing, alternative work schedule and working from home…

Is the Cure for Cancer on the Horizon?

Is the Cure for Cancer on the Horizon?

A note for our readers: the views reflected by the authors do not reflect the views of ASPA. By Michael W. Popejoy If you pose this question to cancer researchers, likely…

We Have Met the Enemy and He Is Us

We Have Met the Enemy and He Is Us

By John Carroll Before we press on, we should first decide if the public perception of public institutions is a relevant issue.  An October 2013 report by the Pew Research…

Cultural Toxicology & Indigenous Populations

Cultural Toxicology & Indigenous Populations

By Joe Sarcone According to the World Health Organization (WHO) chronic diseases such as heart disease, cancer and diabetes are the leading cause of mortality in the world.  Out of…

The Power of Public Service

The Power of Public Service

By Bob & Janet Denhardt Originally published Sept. 13, 2011 Like you, we were devastated and shaken by the tragic events of September 11.  Even now, each hour brings a…

When Things Don’t Go As Planned

When Things Don’t Go As Planned

By Anthony Romanello County Manager, Stafford, VA The signs were so tempting we had to stop. On our way to Tallahassee, my son, Domenic, my daughter Anna and I were…