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Partnership President and CEO Max Stier shares his perspectives on how we can equip our governing institutions to withstand new challenges and deliver on their promise to serve the public.
While trust in government is low, there are ways to improve the relationship between Americans and their government. The Partnership works to do so by sharing stories that remind people of the essential services government provides, implementing reforms that enhance leadership and increasing accessibility.
Partnership President and CEO Max Stier recently traveled to Singapore for a business immersion trip that examined public administration and whole-of-government work from an international perspective. He shares three observations about democracy and public service.
The Partnership’s web and design team launched a new version of our main website. More than a year in the making, the new site gives a fresh look to our work and organizes our content to help you more easily find what you’re looking for.
Several federal employees who led our nation’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic were featured on two recent episodes of the Partnership’s new podcast, “Profiles in Public Service.” Learn about two doctors at the National Institutes of Health who improved participation in COVID-19 treatment and vaccine testing in underserved communities and a State Department employee who repatriated Americans stranded abroad when the pandemic hit.
In honor of the Partnership’s 20th anniversary, Max Stier, the Partnership’s president and CEO, looks back on our founding, our accomplishments over the past two decades and our continued work to build a better government and a stronger democracy.
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.
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.