Annual Public Performance Conference
ABOUT THE CONFERENCE
Every year, the nation’s top government and nonprofit performance professionals and academics convene to emphasize the use of data to improve efficiency and efficacy of public services. Every year, the event draws attendees from all over the world for two days of discussion and networking.
The conference features multiple research and practice-oriented panels designed to convey the latest in public performance scholarship and application for practitioners to apply in their own organizations.
The goal of the conference is to examine and discuss performance management research and models for the adoption and implementation of compelling practices in the public sector.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
What's the fuss about 411? How can I start a performance management program with such limited resources? Hear from practitioners at all levels of government, as well as contractors and consultants, who've identified best practices in the use of data to improve government efficiency and effectiveness.
Is your organization collecting data? How can you can make the data work for you? Measuring your efforts and managing your impact will help your organization gain a better community presence, improve the efficiency and efficacy of your services, and meet your mission.
Researchers & Students
Gain insights on the latest studies and research in the field, and network with practitioners.
Marc Holzer, Ph.D
Director, NCPP, retired
Managing Director, NCPP
CSU, San Bernadino
Elaine Yi Lu
MassASPA Book Talks: The Public Productivity and Performance Handbook
SSTIG Virtual Brown Bag Series 1: Drs. Marc Holzer and Aroon Manoharan