Video and Multimedia
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Web site of the American Society for Public Administration, the largest professional association for those who work for or study public agencies.
Web version of Governing magazine, which is dedicated to covering state and local issues. Includes numerous stories and other resources on agency leaders and performance, e-government, and more.
State and Consumer Initiatives section of the Web site of the Pew Charitable Trusts is home to a number of analyses of government effectiveness and efficiency, including the Government Performance Project.
The official Web site of the Federal Labor Relations Authority (FLRA), an agency that deals primarily with union-labor relations and collective bargaining practices.
The official Web site of the Merit Systems Protection Board, an agency whose primary responsibility is the fair and nonpartisan employment practices in the government.
Official Web site for U.S. Office of Personnel Management, the primary human resources office for employees of the federal government.
The official Web site for the U.S. Office of Special Counsel, the primary office concerned with whistleblower litigation.
This Web site provides links to the official Web sites of the fifteen executive departments of the president’s cabinet.