The National Academy is engaged in a number of ongoing programs. These programs transcend any single study, but encompass a variety of efforts designed to share information, stimulate thought and discussion, raise awareness and build communities around current issues in public administration.
Our diverse continuing programs include:
- Web 2.0 in Government – The National Academy is a leader in connecting people with their government, facilitating discourse, and building communities through its Collaborative Forum and National Dialogues.
- Sustaining the Nations Future – Raises awareness and takes on the difficult challenges of our nation’s biggest problems through the National Academy’s Memos to National Leaders project, and the Fiscal Future initiative.
- The Toughest Jobs in Washington – This program is a resource for potential candidates seeking Presidentially-appointed positions who want to know more about the process. Through our Political Appointee Project, those interested are given access to a database of job information that offers realistic job previews, lessons learned, and tips for candidates seeking appointments.
Select links above to learn more about each of these programs; Click here to learn more about Engaging with the National Academy.