Chairman Paul R. Verkuil recently published an essay in the inaugural issue of the Michigan Journal of Environmental and Administrative Law. The article describes the Conference’s work, citing currrent empirical studies and how its work directly relates to academic and governmental communities. Read the full article that explains why ACUS matters ().
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The Administrative Conference is pleased to announce the Model A initiative microsite, www.acus.gov/best-practices, a key component of our integrated approach to identifying agency best practices, celebrating success stories, and sharing lessons learned in government. The Model A Initiative provides a forum to offer expertise across diverse areas of interest, helping to identify and solve complexRead… Read more »
Paul R. Verkuil, the tenth Chairman of the Administrative Conference of the United States, was sworn in by Vice President Biden on April 6, 2010. Today marks the one-year anniversary of the President Emeritus of the College of William & Mary and former Dean of the Tulane and Cardozo Law Schools’ appointment to lead theRead… Read more »
The Administrative Conference of the United States (ACUS) has implemented Google Apps for Government. ACUS is an independent federal agency dedicated to creating a public-private partnership designed to make government work better. ACUS has had a long history of saving the government and taxpayers money. In 2009, ACUS was revived by Congress after a 15-yearRead… Read more »
The Administrative Conference is beginning to ramp up its social media efforts. As we continue to grow, we are leveraging our blog to highlight Conference Member commentary on important issues, feedback on current research projects and federal register notices, and more. We’ve brainstormed options and are looking for feedback from our readers. We are usingRead… Read more »