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NECoPA 2016: Public Administration in the Era of Collaboration

By PA Times Online
April 22, 2016

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The 2016 Northeastern Conference on Public Administration (NECoPA), taking place Nov. 11-13 in Harrisburg, Penn., has announced its call for proposed papers, panels and posters. The School of Public Affairs at Penn State Harrisburg is the host of the 2016 conference. The theme of the conference will be Public Administration in the Era of Collaboration, and will be an opportunity for academics, practitioners and students to gather and exchange research and lessons from practice regarding collaboration. Possible proposal topics include:

  • complexity and networks
  • contracting and shared services
  • criminal justice
  • cross-sector governance
  • ethics
  • federalism
  • homeland security
  • international collaboration
  • healthcare
  • nontraditional governance structures
  • performance measurement
  • public-private partnerships
  • project management
  • stakeholder and citizen participation
  • strategic management and vision

Please submit your proposal (250 words) as an email attachment together with a title, biographical sketch and contact information. Submissions should be sent to conference Chair Dr. Bing Ran. All proposals must be submitted by June 1, 2016. Visit the NECoPA website and follow NECoPA on Facebook for updates and more information.

Interested in sponsoring NECoPA 2016? NECoPA welcomes all interested parties. Please contact Nolan Ritchie at [email protected].

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2 Responses to NECoPA 2016: Public Administration in the Era of Collaboration

  1. Julie Ann Racino Reply

    April 27, 2016 at 10:24 am

    Delighted to meet our colleagues in Seattle, Washington at the ASPA Annual Conference in March 2016 as Public Administration and Disability.

    The Employment First Policy and Financing initiative can be found on the web as Allan Bergman, presenter, and represents a “targeted initiative” across the US for the “disability” population.
    All US Departments of Labor, whether government or contracted, in states involve the federal leadership.

    Canada employs a similar strategy in the fields of aging to modernize and jump start high approaches to underserved population groups.
    Our friend David Towell of the United Kingdom was involved in deinstituionalization and community integration across Canada as collaboration with the private, non-prfoit sectors and governments.

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