What’s Possible: 20 Years of Reinventing Government and What’s Next
Monday, December 9, 2013 from 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM (PST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
California Forward, Hornets Policy & Politics Alumni, the Sacramento Chapter of the American Society for Public Administration and the League of California Cities invite you to a forum on entrepreneurialism in government.
Our expert panel will explore the catalytic, mission-driven, and customer satisfaction-oriented concepts that Ted Gaebler and other leaders have put into practice over the last two decades to improve government effectiveness.
Can performance-based metrics and benchmarks spur innovation in the public sector? Where are the current signs of optimism and change in local, state, and federal governments?
Lunch will be provided. Admission is free but registration is required. Optional donations at the event are welcome!
Ted Gaebler, City Manager of Rancho Cordova and author of Reinventing Government: How the Entreprenuerial Spirit is Transforming the Public Sector
John Mercer, author of the US Government Performance and Results Act & Senior Consultant for Government Performance
Patrick Blacklock, Administrator of Yolo County
Brad Kilger, City Manager of Benicia
Moderated by Dr. Mary Kirlin, Associate Professor of Public Policy and Administration at Sacramento State University
With convening support from Public Innovation, the California Special Districts Association, & the Master's Degree of Public Policy and Administration Program at Sacramento State.
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Hornet's Policy and Politics Alumni
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