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U.S. Rep. John Carney spoke at the Northeast Conference on Public Administration.
9:41 a.m., Nov. 18, 2013--The University of Delaware School of Public Policy and Administration
hosted the fourth annual Northeast Conference on Public Administration
(NECoPA) on Nov. 1-2, bringing more than 180 professionals and experts
in the field together to discuss Public Administration in an
Information Society: Opportunities, Threats, and Intriguing
In SPPA, we pride ourselves with integrating academic excellence
with professional experience, and we have done our best to offer a
program that balances the interest of academics, practitioners and
students, said Maria Aristigueta, SPPA director and vice president of the American Society for Public Administration.
The conference featured 34 panels ranging from topics on healthcare performance, to white collar crime, to education.
U.S. Rep. John Carney, an alumnus of the schools masters in public
administration degree program, delivered the keynote address on careers
in public service and the future of the public sector.
In addition to Carneys talk, Princeton University professor Richard
Keevey spoke on the long-range fiscal challenges for state governments.
Our economy has become a global information economy where knowledge is whats truly valuable, said John McNutt,
SPPA professor and conference chair. Technology has changed the way we
make our livelihood and the way we live our lives, and this
international conference explores some of the ramifications of those
Originally published by UDaily
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