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Paul C. Light Releases New Findings on Government Reform and the 2020 Election
According to Mr. Light’s latest surveys, almost two-thirds of Americans now agree that the federal government needs very major government reform.
Education for the Public Workforce
Cities of Service: Q&A with Sara Mogulescu
Commentary: Sara Mogulescu
Sara Mogulescu, Volcker Alliance executive VP, is a reviewer for the Engaged Cities Award. Read her interview with Cities of Service.
Save the Date: Volcker Alliance & Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta to host FY2020 State Fiscal Conference on July 11-12 in Atlanta
News: Event Coverage
The Alliance and the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta will co-host a solutions-oriented state fiscal conference in Atlanta on July 11-12.
Sarah Morningred and Maya Corrin Join the Volcker Alliance Team
Two recent graduates, Sarah Morningred and Maya Corrin, have joined the Volcker Alliance programs and communications teams.
Volcker Alliance Highlights the Stories Behind State Budgets in Fifty Newly Released Report Cards
The Volcker Alliance released fifty report cards outlining each state budget’s strengths and weaknesses.
Solving Public Problems at the Regional Level
Commentary: John Kamensky
Tom Ross, Volcker Alliance president, announces an initiative to join up academics and practitioners to solve problems from the bottom up.
First Two Government-to-University (G2U) Regional Councils Announced
The first two Government-to-University Regional Councils will be located in the Austin and Kansas City regions.
Glasgall, Winn-Ritzenberg Bring Truth and Integrity to Wall Street
The Volcker Alliance visits Wall Street to discuss the latest report Truth and Integrity in State Budgeting: Preventing the Next Fiscal Crisis.
Sara Mogulescu, Executive Vice President, Moderated NAPA’s Academic-Practitioner Exchange Panel
News: Event Coverage
The Academic-Practitioner Exchange panel gathered experts to discuss collaboration between academics and practitioners in public administration.