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View the three most recent submissions to Intergovernmental Matters below!

October 24, 2023

Do You Know Your Local Election Official Yet?

Written by Edie Goldenberg, Professor Emerita of Public Policy and Political Science at the University of Michigan and Academy Fellow. Listen to...

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September 22, 2023

The Case for Neurodiversity in the Workforce:  

Addressing Cybersecurity Skills Gaps and Increasing Employment for Neurodistinct Employees ===================================================================================== Written by Jim Cook, CEO Red Maple Research LLC, and...

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August 4, 2023

Intergovernmental Partnership Is a Solid Strategy to Address Wicked Problems

By Nancy Augustine, Director, Center for Intergovernmental Partnerships In the 21st Century, no significant public problem fits entirely within one government...

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