Posts Tagged: national-academy-of-public-administration

Measuring the Drapes Before Getting to the Office

The presidential transition is a year and a half away, and everyone is already talking about it. Who are the candidates? Who’s going to win? What policies will they bring to the table? Yet few raise the question: How will he/she actually implement the policies? What exactly does the President do when first getting to… Read more »

Highlighting Gov 2.0 Success Stories: Building on Potomac Forum’s Best Practices Symposium

GovLoop and the National Academy for Public Administration (NAPA) have partnered with the Potomac Forum as part of their “Best Practices Symposium” to foster collaboration and replication of Gov 2.0 Success Stories happening across government. The event highlighted several of these stories, including the Office of Management and Budget’s Max and the State Department’s Diplopedia… Read more »