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 is pleased and proud to announce the most recent additions to the Robertson Fellows’ network. Seventeen new fellows began in the 2020-2021 academic year, which marks the 12th class supported by RFG.
RFG pays tribute to Lt. General Brent Scowcroft, a lifelong dedicated public servant who passed away on August 6, 2020.
After election day, the victorious presidential candidate will need to fill thousands of key government positions.
Federal employees cite many reasons for entering public service, including economic opportunity, the chance to do work they’re passionate about and job security. For many federal employees, however, one motivation stands above the rest: the desire to give back
The IBM Center for The Business of Government is pleased to announce a Challenge Grant competition to solicit essays describing how existing and emerging technologies will transform how government works and delivers services to the