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Volcker Alliance President Thomas W. Ross Announces He Will Step Down at the End of 2021
Ross has served as President since 2016 and leaves the organization with a strong portfolio of programs to empower the public sector workforce.
Municipal Workforce Development Effort in Georgia Joins the Volcker Alliance's Government-to-University (G2U) Network
The "Jobs with Purpose" initiative will be the sixth member of the Volcker Alliance’s national network of governments and universities.
Volcker Alliance Will Host Panel on the Legacy of President Jimmy Carter
The virtual panel will feature Governor Kate Brown of Oregon, Governor Jay Inslee of Washington, and NextGen America founder Tom Steyer.
Volcker Alliance Releases Truth and Integrity in State Budgeting Report
Fourth annual report details strengths and weaknesses of all fifty states’ budgeting practices from fiscal 2015 through 2019.
Penn IUR and the Volcker Alliance to Host a Panel Discussion on Leadership Challenges in the Age of COVID-19
State and local leaders will discuss strategies for effective governance amid the rollout of vaccines and pending economic recovery measures.
Volcker Alliance and City University of New York Recognize Winners of Second Annual Paul A. Volcker Careers in Government Essay Contest
The winners and finalists aspire to make an impact in the public sector, in fields ranging from architecture to archaeology.
T. Eloise Foster Brings Impressive Public Service Experience to Volcker Alliance Board of Directors
T. Eloise Foster was the first African American woman in the nation to serve as a chief state budget officer.
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.