American Society for Public Administration (ASPA) National

American Society for Public Administration (ASPA) National ASPA represents more than 8,000 of the nation's scholars, public servants and future administrators in the United States and 28 countries. ASPA promotes professionalism through its chapters and sections.
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Members have an opportunity to advance their careers by becoming involved in their local public administration community. Additionally, members gain exposure to major public service issues by joining ASPA’s 26 sections. These sections focus on finance, budgeting, human resources, health and human services, ethics and more. Sections provide additional networking opportunities through conferences and other professional development activities. They also have a variety of award and scholarship opportunities.

Mission: ASPA is the leading interdisciplinary public service organization that: Advances the art, science, teaching, and practice of public and non-profit administration. Promotes the value of joining and elevating the public service profession. Builds bridges among all who pursue public purposes at home and internationally . Provides networking and professional development opportunities to those committed to public service values. Achieves innovative solutions to the challenges of governance.

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The first edition of #ThisWeek for 2021 is out - and we have plenty of ways you can get involved in ASPA as we begin a n...
01/05/2021
This Week at ASPA (January 4 - January 8)

The first edition of #ThisWeek for 2021 is out - and we have plenty of ways you can get involved in ASPA as we begin a new year! Start your week and your year off with #ThisWeek and be in the know, all year long!

Executive Order 13957, signed by President Trump on October 21, establishes a new classification of federal employees and allows agency heads to decide which positions will be placed in it. The result: A large number of federal employees are at risk of being stripped of their civil service protectio...

You're down to your final days to submit a #FoundersFellow application in time for the December 30 deadline (no extensio...
12/28/2020
Last Chance to Submit Your Founders' Fellows Application

You're down to your final days to submit a #FoundersFellow application in time for the December 30 deadline (no extensions!). We'll look forward to seeing who will be joining the 2021 Class!

This is your final reminder to apply for the 2021 Class of Founders' Fellows—or encourage a rising star to do so! All applications are due this Wednesday, December 30 at 11:59 p.m. ET. Geared toward accelerating careers of young public administrators, doctoral students and new researchers, the Fou...

Ready for the holidays? Treat yourself - by registering for #ASPA2021 and getting set for the premier public administrat...
12/23/2020
Give the Gift of #ASPA2021

Ready for the holidays? Treat yourself - by registering for #ASPA2021 and getting set for the premier public administration event of the year (in a dynamic online format!).

Exciting news - the #ASPAElection results are out! Thank you to all who voted - and congratulations to the next class of...
12/22/2020
ASPA Announces 2020-2021 Election Results

Exciting news - the #ASPAElection results are out! Thank you to all who voted - and congratulations to the next class of ASPA elected leaders! We look forward to working with all of you as we work to advance excellence in public service!

The final edition of #ThisWeek for 2020 is out - and we're as packed with ways to use your ASPA membership as always! #J...
12/22/2020
This Week at ASPA (December 21 - December 25)

The final edition of #ThisWeek for 2020 is out - and we're as packed with ways to use your ASPA membership as always! #Jobs, #ASPA2021, #PATimes and more are all included. Enjoy your holiday - and get involved with ASPA #ThisWeek!

ASPA's national office wishes you and your loved ones a happy holiday season. We will be back with our next edition of This Week At ASPA on January 5.

Just your friendly reminder: #FoundersFellows applications are due next Wednesday, December 30! Get your applications in...
12/21/2020
Only Nine Days Left to Submit Your Founders' Fellows Application...

Just your friendly reminder: #FoundersFellows applications are due next Wednesday, December 30! Get your applications in right away - and encourage your students to do the same!
www.aspanet.org/foundersfellows

ASPA's Founders' Fellows program is down to its final days to accept applications for its 2021 class. All applications are due next Wednesday, December 30, giving you only nine days to submit yours. Geared toward accelerating careers of young public administrators, doctoral students and new research...

#ThisWeek is out with #ASPA2021 updates, Chapter and Section events, publications, news headlines and more. Check out yo...
12/15/2020
This Week at ASPA (December 14 - December 18)

#ThisWeek is out with #ASPA2021 updates, Chapter and Section events, publications, news headlines and more. Check out your copy and get involved with ASPA #ThisWeek!

As reported extensively, Executive Order 13957 establishes a new classification of federal employees and allows agency heads to decide which positions will be placed in it. The result: A large number of federal employees are at risk of being stripped of their civil service protections and subject to...

#ThisWeek is out with #ASPA2021 updates, Chapter and Section events, publications, news headlines and more. Check out yo...
12/15/2020
This Week at ASPA (December 14 - December 18)

#ThisWeek is out with #ASPA2021 updates, Chapter and Section events, publications, news headlines and more. Check out your copy and get involved with ASPA #ThisWeek!

As reported extensively, Executive Order 13957 establishes a new classification of federal employees and allows agency heads to decide which positions will be placed in it. The result: A large number of federal employees are at risk of being stripped of their civil service protections and subject to...

#ThisWeek is out with #ASPA2021 updates, Chapter and Section events, publications, news headlines and more. Check out yo...
12/15/2020
This Week at ASPA (December 14 - December 18)

#ThisWeek is out with #ASPA2021 updates, Chapter and Section events, publications, news headlines and more. Check out your copy and get involved with ASPA #ThisWeek!

As reported extensively, Executive Order 13957 establishes a new classification of federal employees and allows agency heads to decide which positions will be placed in it. The result: A large number of federal employees are at risk of being stripped of their civil service protections and subject to...

#ThisWeek is out with #ASPA2021 updates, Chapter and Section events, publications, news headlines and more. Check out yo...
12/15/2020
This Week at ASPA (December 14 - December 18)

#ThisWeek is out with #ASPA2021 updates, Chapter and Section events, publications, news headlines and more. Check out your copy and get involved with ASPA #ThisWeek!

As reported extensively, Executive Order 13957 establishes a new classification of federal employees and allows agency heads to decide which positions will be placed in it. The result: A large number of federal employees are at risk of being stripped of their civil service protections and subject to...

12/14/2020
Last Chance! PA TIMES Online 2021 Call for Authors Closes Friday

Interested in a columnist slot in #PATimes for 2021? All applications are due this Friday, December 18. We'll look forward to some fresh voices in the new year!

If you are reading the nuanced articles we publish through this online forum then you know our authors provide you and the entire public administration profession with new concepts, idea starters, thoughtful research updates and valued commentary. Now is your chance to get involved or invite one of....

The #ASPA2021 Call for Proposals closes today. You have 12 hours to get your proposal in for consideration for this spri...
12/11/2020
#ASPA2021: All Proposals Are Due Today!

The #ASPA2021 Call for Proposals closes today. You have 12 hours to get your proposal in for consideration for this spring's event! Spread the word and we'll look forward to all of your great ideas!

You're almost out of time! All paper, panel and workshop proposals for the 2021 Annual Conference, online beginning April 9, are due today, December 11! It’s time to restore the integrity of our republic and institutions abroad. Recent months have provided the public sector around the world with s...

The #ASPAAwards program's call for nominations is open until next Friday, December 18! Nominate your peers or colleagues...
12/10/2020
ASPA Awards Program Call for Nominations Closes Next Friday!

The #ASPAAwards program's call for nominations is open until next Friday, December 18! Nominate your peers or colleagues for the recognition they deserve!
www.aspanet.org/awards

ASPA’s Annual Awards Program is your once-a-year opportunity to nominate someone to be recognized as one of public administration's dedicated public servants—but you must do so by the deadline! This year's Call for Nominations expires next Friday, December 18. Plan your nominations now!

#Bridge is out with this week's round of updates - and there are plenty! #ASPA2021, Schedule F, webinars, journals, Sect...
12/09/2020
ASPA E-Newsletter - December 9, 2020

#Bridge is out with this week's round of updates - and there are plenty! #ASPA2021, Schedule F, webinars, journals, Section and Chapter news and more! Check out your copy here, in your inbox or via www.aspanet.org/bridge!

#ASPA2021 Call for Proposals Deadline Friday! This is your final week to submit a proposal for a presentation you would like to give during ASPA's 2021 Annual Conference, taking place online this April. Centered on the theme, "Picking Up the Pieces: Pandemics, Protests and the Future of Public Servi...

#ThisWeek is out with #ASPA2021 updates, #webinars, #ASPAAwards, jobs and so much more. We may be headed into the end of...
12/08/2020
This Week at ASPA (December 7 - December 11)

#ThisWeek is out with #ASPA2021 updates, #webinars, #ASPAAwards, jobs and so much more. We may be headed into the end of the year but there are still plenty of ways you can be involved with ASPA #ThisWeek!

As reported extensively, Executive Order 13957 establishes a new classification of federal employees and allows agency heads to decide which positions will be placed in it. The result: A large number of federal employees are at risk of being stripped of their civil service protections and subject to...

12/07/2020
Reminder - Call for Authors: PA TIMES Online, 2021

#PATimes is looking for new authors for 2021. Want to join our columnist pool? Read on and apply to be considered for next year!

If you are reading the nuanced articles we publish through this online forum then you know our authors provide you and the entire public administration profession with new concepts, idea starters, thoughtful research updates and valued commentary. Now is your chance to get involved or invite one of....

Five days and counting until the #ASPA2021 Call for Proposals closes. Ponder your track choices and put your proposal to...
12/07/2020
#ASPA2021: Get Your Proposals in This Week!

Five days and counting until the #ASPA2021 Call for Proposals closes. Ponder your track choices and put your proposal together. We're excited to see what topics you'll submit for review!

Less Than One Week to Submit Your Proposal! We are down to the final week for ASPA's Call for Proposals. If you want to be considered for this spring's program, make sure you submit your proposal on time! We encourage all interested parties to submit a proposal: academics, practitioners, nonprofit e...

There are only 15 days left to nominate someone for one of ASPA's annual awards. Review the program materials and consid...
12/03/2020
ASPA Awards Program Call for Nominations Closes in Two Weeks!

There are only 15 days left to nominate someone for one of ASPA's annual awards. Review the program materials and consider which names you'll put forward! All nominations are due by December 18!

ASPA’s Annual Awards Program is your once-a-year opportunity to nominate someone to be recognized as one of public administration's dedicated public servants. This year's Call for Nominations expires in 15 days. Who will you nominate to be honored?

You're down to your final two days to vote in the 2020-2021 #ASPAElections! Bylaws amendments and candidate selections a...
12/02/2020
Final Days to Vote in ASPA's 2020-2021 Election

You're down to your final two days to vote in the 2020-2021 #ASPAElections! Bylaws amendments and candidate selections are on the ballot. (You'll need login info to vote; contact us by 5 p.m. on Friday if you need help!) We appreciate your participation in ASPA democracy!

This is your final opportunity to vote in ASPA's 2020-2021 election. Make sure you cast your ballot by midnight on Friday, December 4. This year, the following positions are open for election:

We're excited to announce we have launched nominations for the 2021 #FoundersFellows program! All applications are due b...
12/01/2020
ASPA Opens 2021 Founders' Fellows Application Window

We're excited to announce we have launched nominations for the 2021 #FoundersFellows program! All applications are due by December 30. Students, young practitioners and more are all welcome to apply!

ASPA's Founders' Fellows program is now accepting applications for its 2021 class! Geared toward accelerating careers of young public administrators, doctoral students and new researchers, this competitive Fellowship program provides results that could last throughout your career. Whether you fit on...

#ThisWeek is out with deadlines, reminders, #webinars, #jobs and more. Check out your copy and get involved with ASPA #T...
12/01/2020
This Week at ASPA (November 30 - December 4)

#ThisWeek is out with deadlines, reminders, #webinars, #jobs and more. Check out your copy and get involved with ASPA #ThisWeek!

As reported extensively, Executive Order 13957 establishes a new classification of federal employees and allows agency heads to decide which positions will be placed in it. The result: A large number of federal employees are at risk of being stripped of their civil service protections and subject to...

Less than two weeks are left to submit a proposal for #ASPA2021! We're all digital and addressing the biggest crises in ...
11/30/2020
#ASPA2021: Less Than Two Weeks to Submit a Proposal!

Less than two weeks are left to submit a proposal for #ASPA2021! We're all digital and addressing the biggest crises in the country - and maybe around the world - so make sure you submit your idea for a presentation! All proposals are due Dec. 11!
www.aspanet.org/annualconference

Less Than Two Weeks to Submit Your Proposal... ASPA's 2021 Annual Conference Call for Proposals is online; we will be accepting submissions through next Friday, December 11. If you want to be considered for this spring's program, make sure you submit your proposal on time! We encourage all intereste...

Before you head for the dessert table, think about who to nominate for one of our 20+ #ASPAAwards! As we #GiveThanks, le...
11/25/2020
Everyone Loves to Be Recognized!

Before you head for the dessert table, think about who to nominate for one of our 20+ #ASPAAwards! As we #GiveThanks, let's plan to honor public servants this spring! More details through the link - all nominations due by December 18!

ASPA’s Annual Awards Program is your once-a-year opportunity to nominate someone to be recognized as one of public administration's dedicated public servants. This year's Call for Nominations is out and with less than a month to decide who to nominate, here are some thought-starters:

#TheBridge is out with updates, announcements, resources and more. Before you dive into your holiday feast, check out ev...
11/24/2020
ASPA E-Newsletter - November 24, 2020

#TheBridge is out with updates, announcements, resources and more. Before you dive into your holiday feast, check out everything happening at ASPA, and plan now to get involved!

ASPA National Council Calls for Repeal of Executive Order 13957: An Update As we announced in an earlier edition of The Bridge, ASPA's National Council unanimously passed a resolution at the end of October calling on President Trump to repeal Executive Order 13957, creating a "Schedule F" classifica...

#ThisWeek is out - a day early in honor of Thanksgiving, but there's still plenty to do with ASPA between the turkey and...
11/23/2020
This Week at ASPA (November 23 - November 27)

#ThisWeek is out - a day early in honor of Thanksgiving, but there's still plenty to do with ASPA between the turkey and the online shopping! Get involved #ThisWeek!

As reported extensively, Executive Order 13957 establishes a new classification of federal employees and allows agency heads to decide which positions will be placed in it. The result: A large number of federal employees are at risk of being stripped of their civil service protections and subject to...

ASPA members: You have less than two weeks to vote in this year's #ASPAElections! Vote online and play your part in our ...
11/23/2020
Less Than Two Weeks Left to Vote in ASPA's 2020-2021 Election

ASPA members: You have less than two weeks to vote in this year's #ASPAElections! Vote online and play your part in our democratic process. Plus: a bylaws revision is on the ballot. All ballots are due by December 4; make sure you vote by the deadline! #MembershipMatters

Remember: Voting in ASPA's 2020 election is open through midnight on Friday, December 4. You have less than two weeks to cast your ballot and vote for the individuals you most want to serve in ASPA's leadership positions. This year, the following positions are open for election:

The newest edition of #PATimes magazine is out - and it's a doozy! COVID-19: Public Service During a Pandemic. You'll wa...
11/23/2020
PA TIMES Fall Edition Now Available!

The newest edition of #PATimes magazine is out - and it's a doozy! COVID-19: Public Service During a Pandemic. You'll want to check this out...

The Fall 2020 edition of PA TIMES Magazine has been posted to the ASPA website! Make sure you grab your copy, which features the latest public sector news and trends from leaders in the profession.

11/19/2020
Call for Authors: PA TIMES Online, 2021

#PATimes has opened columnist slots for 2021! Quarterly and monthly spaces are available. Check out the details and spread the word! All applications are due by December 18; authors will be notified by December 30.

If you are reading the nuanced articles we publish through this online forum then you know our authors provide you and the entire public administration profession with new concepts, idea starters, thoughtful research updates and valued commentary. Now is your chance to get involved or invite one of....

We've just dropped some more exciting news: the #ASPAAwards call for nominations is out! Nominate your favorite public s...
11/18/2020
ASPA Opens 2021 Awards Call for Nominations

We've just dropped some more exciting news: the #ASPAAwards call for nominations is out! Nominate your favorite public servant, scholar or student for an ASPA award by December 18! More information is online at www.aspanet.org/awards!

ASPA’s Annual Awards Program is your once-a-year opportunity to nominate someone to be recognized as one of public administration's dedicated public servants.

Are you planning your #ASPA2021 proposal yet? Six tracks are open, providing plenty of flexibility for what you could pr...
11/17/2020
#ASPA2021: Send Us Your Proposals!

Are you planning your #ASPA2021 proposal yet? Six tracks are open, providing plenty of flexibility for what you could present. All proposals are due by December 11, so plan now and make sure you submit on time! Check this message out for more info!

Less Than a Month to Plan Your Proposal... ASPA's 2021 Annual Conference Call for Proposals is online; we will be accepting submissions through December 11. This is a shorter window than normal, so plan your proposal soon and submit it by the deadline! We encourage all interested parties to submit a...

Your current edition of #ThisWeek is out and features news, #webinars, #ASPAElections info, Chapter and Section events, ...
11/17/2020
This Week at ASPA (November 16 - November 20)

Your current edition of #ThisWeek is out and features news, #webinars, #ASPAElections info, Chapter and Section events, #jobs and more. This one is packed! Check it out and get involved #ThisWeek!

As reported extensively, Executive Order 13957 establishes a new classification of federal employees and allows agency heads to decide which positions will be placed in it. The result: A large number of federal employees are at risk of being stripped of their civil service protections and subject to...

#ASPAElections are underway - and all ballots are due by December 4! Check out the slate of candidates and make sure you...
11/16/2020
Remember to Vote in ASPA's 2020-2021 Election

#ASPAElections are underway - and all ballots are due by December 4! Check out the slate of candidates and make sure you vote! #MembershipMatters

Remember: Voting in ASPA's 2020 election is open through midnight on Friday, December 4. Log in to our voting site and cast your ballot to vote for the individuals you most want to serve in ASPA's leadership positions. This year, the following positions are open for election:

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Those interested in public administration may also be interested in in Deborah Levine's and my new book on community response to neo-Nazis and extreme rightwing groups. When Hate Groups March Down Main Street is a comprehensive, authoritative resource guide for communities, organizations, and individuals who are concerned and intimidated by the resurgence of neo-Nazi and extreme right-wing groups in the United States. Communities have often been caught flat-footed when confronting neo-Nazi and far right-wing extremists. This book examines how hate groups act and what motivates them and discusses, using case studies and community resources, how to equip communities to successfully respond to these incursions. The publisher is Rowman and Littlefield, and the book is out now. The issues are of interest to people in the public administration field because many of the demographic groups and institutions we are interested in benefiting are also the targets of neo-Nazis and extreme rightwing groups. The book has an extensive glossary including neo-Nazi code language and identifiers, a resource list, and bibliography. The book can be ordered from the usual book sources and from the publisher: https://rowman.com/ISBN/9781538132647/When-Hate-Groups-March-Down-Main-Street-Engaging-a-Community-Response. Deborah and I are actively seeking speaking and presenting opportunities. Please feel free to contact me if I can provide any additional information or answer any questions. Marc Brenman [email protected]
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