The National Academy of Public Administration will be hosting a Forum on Place-Based Public Management on Friday, May 20, 2011. The centerpiece of this forum will be a Panel of federal and private-sector leaders that will (1) discuss lessons learned in developing and implementing place-based approaches to public management; and (2) identify the key challenges and opportunities in realizing the full potential of these approaches.
Speakers on this Panel will include:
- Xavier Briggs, the primary author of the 2009 White House memo on Place-Based Policy and OMB Associate Director for General Government Services
- Raphael Bostic, Assistant Secretary for Policy Development and Research, Department of Housing and Urban Development
- Keith Barber, the lead for implementing DoD priorities for “whole of government” geospatial capabilities, National Geospatial-Intelligence Administration
- Michael Byrne, GIO, Federal Communications Commission, and lead for implementing the National Broadband Map
- Jerry Johnston, GIO, Environmental Protection Agency, and geospatial lead for Data.gov
- Mark Reichardt, President and CIO, Open Geospatial Consortium, a leading standards organization enabling place-based strategies
**All are welcome to attend — but please RSVP, as space is limited!**
Date: Friday, May 20, 2011
Time: 8:30 AM to 11:30 AM
Location: National Academy of Public Administration
900 7th Street NW, Suite 600 (7th and I Street, NW)
Please RSVP to Chloe Yang: [email protected]; 202-204-3662. Please indicate your organization and title in your reply.
More information, including the tentative agenda, is available on the Academy’s website.
We hope to see you then!