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LSU’s Jared Llorens Co-Authors NAPA, ASPA Memos to National Leaders

10/08/2012 04:05 PM

BATON ROUGE – Jared Llorens, who holds the Texas Tiger Tournament/Greater Houston Alumni Association Developing Scholar Professorship and is an assistant professor in the LSU Public Administration Institute, co-authored five memos as part of the Memos to National Leaders project for the National Academy of Public Administration and the American Society for Public Administration.

 

Llorens’ memos, including “Enhancing Federal Training and Development” and “Improving Employee/Labor Relations,” fall under the umbrella of the project’s Strengthening the Federal Workforce section, which aims to inform current and incoming political leaders of the challenges the nation faces while offering solutions representing a consensus of the best public management practitioners and researchers from across the country.

 

“As many in the field of public administration have observed over the past decade, the federal workforce faces a number of critical challenges that must be addressed in order to fulfill the increasingly complex demands placed upon federal agencies,” the Memo overview reads. “In an effort to provide assistance to the next presidential administration and Congress, we have prepared a set of policy memos that each summarize a key challenge for federal human resources managers and provide practical recommendations on how the president and Congress can better position the federal workforce to meet the dynamic and growing demands placed upon it.”

 

To read the memos in full, visit http://www.memostoleaders.org/strengthening-federal-workforce.

 

Llorens has research interests in human resources management, public sector compensation, research methods and public policy.
According to its website, the NAPA was “created to help public sector leaders meet the important and varied management challenges of today and anticipate those of the future.” Its partner, the ASPA, is “dedicated to advancing the art, science, teaching and practice of public and non-profit administration.”

 

The Public Administration Institute at LSU’s E. J. Ourso College of Business offers a 42-hour degree program that emphasizes management and financial skills for those leading public agencies, nonprofit and healthcare organizations and for-profit organizations that interact with governmental agencies. Public Administration Institute’s faculty members are student-oriented and nationally-recognized for their expertise in their fields. For more information, visit www.business.lsu.edu/pai or call 225-578-6743.

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