Tag Archives: NAPA

OPM Seeks ‘Dedicated Funding’ for IT Modernization; Kiran Ahuja Quoted

Kiran Ahuja

The Office of Personnel Management (OPM) has agreed to the National Academy of Public Administration’s (NAPA) recommendation to Congress to provide more funding that will support OPM's information technology modernization efforts, FedScoop reported Monday. OPM recently released its response to the congressionally mandated report of NAPA, which urged the agency to prioritize IT modernization and ask for resources from the lower house for the development of its digital platforms and programs. 

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National Academy of Public Administration Creates Center to Foster Intergovernmental Collaboration; Matthew Chase Quoted


National Academy of Public Administration (NAPA) has created a center that will promote partnerships between executives across all levels of government in the U.S. The Center for Intergovernmental Partnerships (CIP) will foster collaborative, intergovernmental efforts to address issues faced by the country. CIP will also create a new information source to augment intergovernmental systems. 

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NAPA Report Says Commerce Dept ‘Best Suited’ to Handle Space Traffic Management; Wilbur Ross Quoted

Space Traffic

A National Academy of Public Administration (NAPA) report has concluded that the Department of Commerce (DOC), particularly its office of space commerce, is the best agency to oversee space traffic management work within the federal government.

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Wilbur Ross: Commerce Hopes NAPA Study to Help Congress Clarify Direction for Space Traffic Mgmt

Wilbur Ross

The Department of Commerce (DOC) has provided funding to the National Academy of Public Administration (NAPA) to conduct a study to determine which agency should be in charge of civil space traffic management work. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross expects the NAPA study to be completed in the next two months, SpaceNews reported Friday.

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NAPA Evaluates Program Management Functions at Federal Agencies

The National Academy of Public Administration has found what it sees as shortfalls in program management procedures across federal agencies. In its July 15 report, NAPA detailed the reasons that impede the development of effective federal program management practices, including the lack of consistency in the training of program leaders, failure of …

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Frank P. DiGiammarino

Frank P. DiGiammarino is vice president of strategic initiatives at the National Academy of Public Administration (NAPA). DiGiammarino’s duties include business development and the creation and execution of special initiatives at the organization. He also oversees NAPA’s government relations, outreach and communications efforts. Prior to joining NAPA in 2005, DiGiammarino …

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