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Where Policy Meets Practice, Public Administrators Who Make Government Work, and Work For All.

    The Concept of Digital Government with Theresa Pardo

    The Concept of Digital Government with Theresa Pardo

    On this episode, we welcome Theresa Pardo, Associate Vice President for Research with responsibility for the institutes, centers, and laboratories at the University of Albany State University of New York and Academy Fellow, to discuss how digital tools and government help policy outcomes, building trust with constituents, and the advantages of digital tools during the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Referenced Links:
    The call to action for cyber security governance produced with CIS, NGA and NCSL:
    https://www.ctg.albany.edu/media/pubs/pdfs/managing_cyber_threats_through_effective_governance.pdf
    The edited volume released by the smart cities, smart government research practice consortium: 
    https://www.springer.com/gp/book/9783030610326

    Products from the differential impacts of covid-19 in NYS project produced by UAlbany on behalf of NY’s Governor Cuomo.
     Final Report:
    https://www.albany.edu/communicationsmarketing/covid-19-documents/Differential-Impacts-of-COVID-19-NYS%20-%20June-2021%5b2%5d.pdf
    Issue Brief:
    https://www.albany.edu/communicationsmarketing/covid-19-documents/Racial%20Disparities%20in%20COVID-19%20Bonus%20Briefing%20Paper%5b2%5d.pdf
    A white paper on vaccine hesitancy:
    https://www.albany.edu/communicationsmarketing/covid-19-documents/COVID-19-Vaccine-Hesitancy-White-Paper-121620.pdf




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    • 30 min
    Reshaping the Role of Public Governance in the Age of Agility with David Warm

    Reshaping the Role of Public Governance in the Age of Agility with David Warm

    On this episode, we welcome David Warm, Executive Director of the Mid-America Regional Council  and Academy Fellow, to discuss agile governance, the Council's role in merging consensus, and increasing capacity to deliver services. 

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    • 33 min
    Bringing Others to the Table through Public Engagement with Tina Nabatchi

    Bringing Others to the Table through Public Engagement with Tina Nabatchi

    On this episode, we welcome Tina Nabatchi, Joseph A Strasser endowed professor of public administration, professor of public administration at the Maxwell School of International Affairs, Director of the Program for the Advancement of Research on Conflict and Negotiation, and Academy Fellow, to discuss her research on emerging models of public governance and engagement as well as conflict resolution.

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    • 29 min
    The Emergence of New Models of Public Governance with John Kamensky

    The Emergence of New Models of Public Governance with John Kamensky

    On this episode, we welcome John Kamensky, Emeritus Senior fellow at the IBM Center for the business of government and Academy Fellow, to discuss how the federal government can capitalize on a variety of new approaches to public governance.

    Mentioned Reports:
    NAPA Election 2020 Develop New Approaches to Public GovernanceGovernment Reform: Lessons from the Past for Actions in the Future by Dan Chenok and John Kamensky The Next Government of the United States: Challenges for Performance in the 21st Century, by Don Kettl A Manager’s Guide for Choosing and Using Collaborative Networks, by Brint Milward and Keith Provan Implementing Cross-Agency Collaboration: A Guide for Federal Managers, by Jane Fountain Cross-Agency Collaboration: A Case Study of Cross-Agency Priority Goals, by John Kamensky Federal Grants Management: Improving Outcomes by Shelley H. Metzenbaum 
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    • 33 min
    Addressing Social Equity through Federal Procurement with Stan Soloway

    Addressing Social Equity through Federal Procurement with Stan Soloway

    On this episode, we welcome Stan Soloway,  President and Founder of Celero Strategies and Academy Fellow, to discuss how the federal government can address the issue of racial wealth inequity through its procurement practices.



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    • 33 min
    The Impacts of Social Equity on Health with Gail Christopher

    The Impacts of Social Equity on Health with Gail Christopher

    On this episode, we welcome Gail Christopher,  Executive Director of the National Collaborative of Health Equity and Academy Fellow, to discuss her career in public administration and how social equity affects public health.



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    • 31 min

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