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ASPA Makes Recommendations on Federal Pay


Results of Federally Appointed Task Force Led by ASPA?Members Steve Condrey and Rex Facer Serve as Data for Paper

Washington, DC–ASPA’s National Council has approved a policy paper on…

Americans Giving to Japan: Preliminary Findings in New Survey Track Americans’ Response in First Two Weeks after Disaster


The March/April print and online editions of PA TIMES featured several articles on the aftermath of the devastating earthquake and subsequent tsunami in Japan. Contact Christine McCrehin, [email protected],…

Good to Know…Week of March 27, 2011

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 March 21, 2011

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

Energy and Excitement Surround ASPA Conference Kick-off

Energy and Excitement Surround ASPA Conference Kick-off


Christine McCrehin

The energy was palpable as I attended ASPA's annual conference this past Saturday and Sunday in Baltimore, MD, at the Renaissance Harborplace Hotel.

Good to Know…Week of March 14, 2011

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 March 7, 2011

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

Mergel Wins PA TIMES Best Article Award

Mergel Wins PA TIMES Best Article Award


Washington, DC–The PA TIMES is pleased to announce that the Summer Issue 2010 article “Gov 2.0 Revisited: Social Media Strategies in the Public Sector” by Ines…

Rochester Transit System Goes from Deficit to Surplus

Rochester Transit System Goes from Deficit to Surplus


When Mark Aesch became CEO of the public transit system in Rochester, NY, in 2004, he faced a daunting challenge. The Rochester Genesee Regional Transportation Authority (RGRTA) was facing a…

CONNECT Unites City and Suburbs

CONNECT Unites City and Suburbs



David Y. Miller, Kristen Michaels

In the simplest terms, the Congress of Neighboring Communities, CONNECT is an organization that promotes cooperation and collaboration between the City of Pittsburgh…

Obama appoints ASPA Members Steve Condrey and Rex Facer to Federal Salary Council

Obama appoints ASPA Members Steve Condrey and Rex Facer to Federal Salary Council


Isla Carr

On November 9, 2010, President Barack Obama announced his appointment of American Society of Public Administration (ASPA) members Stephen E. Condrey and Rex L.…