PI is Proud to Spearhead Transitions in Governance 2016

PI is proud to spearhead Transitions in Governance 2016, a bipartisan coalition of 16 good government groups seeking to identify some of the biggest challenges a new Administration will face and offering thoughtful recommendations and reforms for consideration.

Drawing on officials from both Democratic and Republican Administrations, the Initiative will capture candid observations from leaders who have attempted to implement management reforms in government in the past. Town Hall Dialogues on a wide-range of government reform topic areas will be held with these current and former Administration officials over the next 18 months.

Learn more about Transitions in Governance 2016 and request an invitation to attend an upcoming Town Hall Dialogue here.

Planned Town Hall Forums include:

Topic:   Managing for Performance
Date:    May 6, 2015

Topic:    Digital Governance and Transparency
Date:    July 24, 2015

Topic:    Social Innovation: Fostering Innovative Solutions and Using Evidence and Data to Get Better Results 
Tentative Date: September 18, 2015

Topic:    Workforce Management
Tentative Date:  November 6, 2015

Topic:    Leading the Management Agenda
Tentative Date:  January 21, 2016

Topic:    Acquisition
Tentative Date:  March 18, 2016

Topic:    Regulatory Reform
Tentative Date:  May 20, 2016

Topic:    Grants and State and Local Integration
Tentative Date:  July 22, 2016

Topic:    Transforming Service Delivery
Tentative Date:  August 12, 2016

Topic:    Budget Process and Reform
Tentative Date:  September 16, 2016

 

 

Transitions in Governance Coalition Members

America Forward    AGA     Coalition for Evidence-Based Policy    Data Transparancy Coalition    Federal News Radio Federal Times    Government Exec    National Academy of Public Administration     partnershipforpublicsvc_logo    Performance Institute      Professional Services CouncilPublic Sector Consortium    Reason    Results for America    Senior Executives Assoc    Young Govt Leaders