Askew Professor Named to National Academy
September 28, 2017
James Bowman, professor in the Askew School of Public Administration and Policy, has been elected as a Fellow of the National Academy of Public Administration, an independent, non-profit, and non-partisan organization established in 1967 to assist government leaders in building more effective, efficient, accountable, and transparent organizations.
Chartered by Congress to provide non-partisan expert advice, the Academy’s unique feature is its 800+ Fellows, including former cabinet officers, Members of Congress, governors, mayors, and state legislators, as well as prominent scholars, business executives, and public administrators.
The Academy helps the Federal government address its critical management challenges through in-depth studies and analyses, advisory services and technical assistance, Congressional testimony, forums and conferences, and online stakeholder engagement. Under contracts with government agencies, some of which are directed by Congress, as well as grants from private foundations, the Academy provides insights on key public management issues, as well as advisory services to government agencies.
Fellows of the Academy possess an unmatched wealth of expertise and serve as the cornerstone of the organization. They contribute valuable insight and experience to the oversight of Academy projects and provide general guidance of the organization. Fellows are also the Academy’s primary resource for addressing emerging issues and contributing to the intellectual and popular discourse on government through our Standing Panels.