How to Fix a Fundamentally Broken System
This summer, a National Academy of Public Administration panel that studied the federal civil service system released a white paper that concluded the current system was "fundamentally broken," and recommended that the federal government establish a new human capital system to provide agencies with the flexibility to more effectively manage their missions.

Please join us to discuss the complex problems related to this issue and the challenges we face in solving them with two members of the panel, Jos Raadschelders and Ronald Sanders.

To learn more about the panel or read the report "No Time to Wait: Building a Public Service for the 21st Century" click here.

For those of you unable to attend, this event will be streamed via Facebook Live on the Glenn College Facebook page. The room will be equipped so our audience can listen and participate remotely.

Presenter: Jos Raadschelders
Professor and Associate Dean for Faculty Development
John Glenn College of Public Affairs
The Ohio State University

Presenter: Ronald Sanders
Director and Clinical Professor
School of Public Affairs
University of South Florida

Wednesday, October 11, 2017
6 - 7:30 p.m.
Liaison Capitol Hill
415 New Jersey Ave. NW
Washington, DC


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Designed to be informal and informative, Dialogue features policy experts and thought leaders who will discuss pressing policy issues, followed by a moderated discussion with participants. The goal is to provide a forum for thoughtful and open policy discussions on topics that matter.

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