Handouts

2014 Public Administration Conference Presentations & Handouts

 

Keynote Address
The Future of Public Administration: June St. Clair Atkinson, State Superintendent, North Carolina Department of Public Instruction

Opening Session and Deil S. Wright Lecture
Leading the Way with Courage: The Honorable L. Douglas Wilder, Former Governor of Virginia

Streamlining the Budget Process Using Technology: Tonya Walton, Budget Analyst, Orange County, NC

Managing Across Generations: The Cultural Competence Journey Continues: Ursula Baker Hairston, Assistant Vice Provost, Office of Institutional Equity and Diversity, NCSU and Shawn Purvis, City Manager, City of Clinton, NC
Managing Across Generations: An Overview (Handout)

The Technological Link to Budget and Management:
The Future of Budget Technology = Data Analytics: Keith Lane, Senior Budget Analyst and Mattie Sue Stevens, ICMA Fellow, Durham County, NC
Implementation of the North Carolina Integrated Budget Information System (NC IBIS): Joe White, Budget Analyst, NC OSBM

Community Engagement: Cherie Jzar, Community Outreach Coordinator, City of Concord, NC; Jay Reinstein, Assistant City Manager, City of Fayetteville, NC, and Faith Thompson, Ombuds, Town of Chapel Hill, NC

Making Social Media Work for Government: Content, Strategy, and Measurement:
Archiving State Government Social Media in North Carolina and Beyond: Lawrence Giffin, Electronic Records Archivist, NC Department of Cultural Resources
Making Social Media Work for Government: Content, Strategy, and Measurement: Jeff Miles, Web Content Manager, NC Department of Social Resources
Making Social Media Work for Government (Handout)

Trying to Do More with Less: A People, Places, and Things Perspective: Emily Bruce, Director of Development, Marbles Kids Museum; Tucker Charns, Regional Defender, NC Office of Indigent Defense Services, Blair Pollock, Solid Waste Planner, Orange County, NC, and Emily Portner, Contracts Administrator, NC Office of Indigent Defense Services

Approaching Advocacy in Today's Hyper-Partisan Political Environment: Paul Meyer, Executive Director, North Carolina League of Municipalities