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Paul A. Volcker Careers in Government Essay Contest Invites Submissions!
Two undergraduate CUNY students aspiring to careers in public service have the chance to win $5,000 and much more.
The Volcker Alliance's Government-to-University Initiative Continues to Grow
Following the successful launch of the first three G2U networks, the initiative expands to Chicago and North Carolina.
Penn IUR and The Volcker Alliance to Host a Panel Discussion on Federal Aid to State and Local Governments
This convening will bring together national and local political officials, economists, university leaders, researchers, and more.
Public Service Education
Next Generation Service Partnership Prepares Undergraduates for Public Service
The new national initiative, launched by the Volcker Alliance and ASU’s Watts College, aims to educate the next generation of public servants.
Volcker Alliance and Penn Institute for Urban Research Host Fifth Briefing on COVID-19 and Federal Reserve Support for States and Localities
The exclusive panel discussion featured major municipal investors and a Government Finance Officers Association federal liaison.
New Volcker Alliance Book Tackles How Government Can Meet the Challenges of the Century Ahead
Scholars, economists, and accomplished public servants share their perspectives on the state of government and its future.
Volcker Alliance and Penn Institute for Urban Research Launch Web Series on Fiscal Impact of COVID-19
The first live briefing was attended by over 400 listeners from at least forty-three states across the country.
The Volcker Alliance Issues Statement on Federal Reserve's Plan to Buy $500 Billion in Short-term State and Local Debt
The Fed will buy $500 billion of short-term debt from states and localities, a much-needed move for governments during the pandemic.
Volcker Alliance Releases Report on How Americans' Desire for Government Reform will Impact the 2020 Election
Voters who believe there is a need for major government reform may be the ones to determine the results of the 2020 election.