Reflections on the Partnership for Public Service’s 20th anniversary
On the Partnership’s 20th anniversary, CEO and President Max Stier reflects on the progress we’ve made toward our mission of building a better government and a stronger democracy, and looks ahead to the work that still needs to be done.
Partnership joins VA and Carry the Load for National Day of Service
To commemorate the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks on our nation, the Partnership teamed up with the VA’s National Cemetery Administration and the nonprofit Carry the Load as part of a national day of service on Sept. 10, 2021. Partnership CEO and President Max Stier joined VA Secretary Denis McDonough at a Quantico National Cemetery event, and other Partnership staff volunteered at an event at Alexandria National Cemetery.
From college junior to the National Security Council: A career shaped by 9/11
Partnership Vice President of Research, Analysis and Evaluation Loren DeJonge Schulman writes about the 20th anniversary of Sept. 11, 2001, and how the attacks led her and other young people into public service.
A new look for the Partnership for Public Service
As we prepare to celebrate the Partnership’s 20th anniversary, we are excited to announce the launch of a new logo, mission and tagline that will enable us to accelerate and deepen our impact.
Why do federal employees choose public service?
This Public Service Service Recognition Week, we asked federal employees to share why they chose public service. Some found motivation in their family histories, others had formative educational experiences and others still made later career transitions.
10 ways to celebrate Public Service Recognition Week 2021
Join us in celebrating public servants during this year’s Public Service Recognition Week. We offer 10 ideas—small and big, virtual and in-person—to help you get started.
Federal employees share why public service is important to them
During last year’s Public Service Recognition Week, we asked federal employees to tell us their stories about working in government. These employees shared why they find their public service important and what motivates them to give back.
Impressions from 15 years in public service
James-Christian Blockwood, the Partnership’s executive vice president, previously served 15 years in four federal agencies. He shares his thoughts on government service and its unique power and position to positively impact communities and people.
Capitol Hill staff members serve our country and need our support
Following the tragic siege of the Capitol, the Partnership’s Vice President of Government Affairs Kristine Simmons reflects on her experience working at the White House on September 11, 2001.