The Online Journal & Network of American Society for Public Administration’s Section for Public Management Practice

Welcome to our Section for Public Management Practice collaborative ASPA journal and website promoting good governance through a worldwide professional and academic community of practice – including emerging, modernizing, and advanced democracies.

Good Governance Worldwide

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Texas CPM Program Graduates 78 at the Texas State Capitol on June 3, 2024

The Texas Certified Public Manager (CPM) Program Graduation was held on Monday, June 3, 2024, in the Capitol Auditorium at the Texas State Capitol in Austin, Texas. A reception for the graduates and their guests was held in the Legislative Conference Room of the Capitol Extension.

Click here for an article (with pictures) about the CPM Graduation.

CENTEX ASPA conducts its Public Service Recognition Week Awards Luncheon on Saturday May 18, 2024, at Palmers Restaurant in San Marcos, Texas.

Faculty and students from Texas State University’s Political Science Department, UT’s LBJ School of Public Affairs, Texas A&M’s Bush School of Government/Public Service & Distinguished Guests were honored for their Public Service contributions.

Click here for a writeup about the CENTEX ASPA Luncheon including pictures.
Click here for the Luncheon Program including list of honorees and distinguished guests.

Dr. Sheriff Folarin, Visiting Professor, Texas State University & Associate Editor-in-Chief, ASPA’s Good Governance Worldwide has just published a new book entitled, Declining Hegemonical Foreign Policies of Nigeria: A Historical-Political Analysis.

Click here for details about the book.

Dr. Sheriff Folarin in Rwanda, Gives Series of Talks to Officers from African Military High Commands.

Click here for additional details and picture.

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About Good Governance Worldwide

Good Governance Worldwide (GGW) is the Interactive Website/Journal for ASPA’s Section for Public Management Practice (SPMP).

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GGW Editors & Editorial Board

The Editorial Board advises the Editor in Chief on content for the GGW website/journal and topics, titles and editors for GGW Symposia Issues.

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Guidelines for the submission of manuscripts for GGW Symposia Issues, articles, content etc. for the Website/Journal .

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Archive

Information/articles, etc. that were uploaded to the original GGW Website are available.

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Resources

Includes websites and information about related organizations that provide relevant content and contacts for public and not-for-profit managers, supervisors, and employees.

Symposia

Good Governance Worldwide (GGW) is scheduled to publish 3 Symposia Issues from January 2023 through December 2023

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The primary purpose of ASPA’s Section for Public Management Practice and the Good Governance Worldwide Web site is to provide practitioners around the world with insight into today’s public sector challenges and efforts underway that offer innovative solutions for our global community of practice.

It is further intended to help forge a more global network within which participants can share their challenges – in both advanced industrial nations and emerging democracies and modernizing countries.

Most importantly, we wish to help connect professional public management practitioners with others who may have invaluable experience and perspectives not available within a more limited public service community.

The GGW Journal and Website is intended to help practitioners and academics in ASPA and beyond to contribute to a more favorable view of public service and public employees and provide for increased understanding of how “good governance” contributes to advancing the goals of societies and associations around the world and demonstrate to practitioners and academics innovative solutions that have been developed within the government sector to address complex and difficult policy problems.