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Former Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam Joins the Volcker Alliance Board of Directors
Successful two-term governor of Tennessee and two-term mayor of Knoxville joins good government group founded by Paul A. Volcker.
Public Service Education
Now Accepting Submissions: Paul A. Volcker Careers in Government Essay Contest
CUNY students graduating with their bachelor's in 2021 will have the chance to win $5,000, a paid government internship, and more!
The Volcker Alliance, Mid-America Regional Council, and the Johns Hopkins Centers for Civic Impact Win the GEAR Center Challenge Grand Prize
A $300,000 grand prize will go towards upskilling 250 federal managers in the Kansas City region by leveraging the G2U Regional Coalition.
GSA and OMB Announce Government Effectiveness Advanced Research Center Challenge Winners
Three groups, including the Volcker Alliance, received $300,000 each for innovative solutions to government challenges.
FY2020 State Fiscal Conference Draws Lawmakers and Budget Experts to Atlanta
The event also marks the release of a working paper entitled “Rainy Day Fund Strategies: A Call to Action.”
Paul A. Volcker Career Achievement Award will be Presented Annually at the Sammies Gala
The Partnership for Public Service has named the Sammies Medal for career achievement the “Paul A. Volcker Career Achievement Award.”
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.
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.
Volcker Alliance Issues Statement on the Longest Partial Government Shutdown in US History
Volcker Alliance President Thomas W. Ross calls for the government to re-open and deliver on its promises to serve the American people.