The National Academy of Public Administration announced last Thursday that 45 leaders in the field of public administration have been selected for the 2020 Class of Academy Fellows.
The Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace, and Security (GIWPS), with support from The Rockefeller Foundation and in collaboration with Hillary Rodham Clinton, U.S.
In our experience working with staff at all levels of GSA, federal employees are highly dedicated and uniquely mission-oriented. Ask them what they find most frustrating about their jobs, and the reply is often any task, process, or requirement that distracts their focus from mission critical work. In many cases, these tasks and processes are manual, repetitive, and low-value – indicating they are not only distracting, but also absorb an inordinate amount of employee time.
This year, Victoria Adofoli, Ryan Damron, Phoebe DeVos-Cole, Katherine Seevers and Sarah Williamson are recipients of the Robertson Fellowship. In partnership with the Robertson Foundation for Government, each fellow receives full tuition, a cost-of-living stipend and summer internship assistance.
RFG pays tribute to Lt. General Brent Scowcroft, a lifelong dedicated public servant who passed away on August 6, 2020.