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State Chief Administrators: The Lynchpins in State Government Reform

Originally appearing in CSG's The Book of the States 2011, this article details varying roles and responsibilities of state chief administrators. #2011 #Leadership #responsbilities

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2019 Spring Conference Materials

NASCA’s Spring Conferenc e provides a venue for state leaders and corporate partners to share knowledge and best practices and build relationships to help state chief administrators in their work to transform state government. The 2019 Spring Conference will feature curriculum related to...

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The Art of Leading a State Agency

On behalf of NASCA, we are pleased to present The Art of Leading a State Government Agency by Paul Campbell, former Director of the Department of Central Management Services for the State of Illinois and ex-officio Executive Committee and Corporate Council Co-Chair of NASCA. While appointments...

The Art of Leading a State Agency vF.pdf


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2019 Transition Bootcamp Guidebook

On behalf of NASCA, we are pleased to present The New State Chief Administrators Guidebook in partnership with Sid Johnson, former Commissioner of the Department of Administrative Services for the State of Georgia and faculty at the Carl Vinson School Institute of Government at the...

NASCA_BootCampHandbook19.pdf


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2019 Transition Bootcamp Handbook Additional Resources

Bootcamp Segment 1 “ The Art of Leading a State Government Agency ,” Paul Campbell, National Association of State Chief Administrators “ The First 90 Days in Government ,” Peter Daly, Michael Watkins, with Cate Reavis “ Understanding and Managing Public Organizations ,” Hal...

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What It Takes To Be A Sucessful State Chief Administrator: Core Competencies for Effective Leadership

The National Association of State Chief Administrators (NASCA) continually works to provide valuable resources to state chief administrators (SCAs), the public officials in charge of departments that provide support services to other state agencies. While some research exists on the functional...

NASCA-Core-Competency-Report-web.pdf


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Leading Culture Change: Opportunities & Challenges for a State Chief Administrator

How can a state chief administrator go about leading culture change within a large and disparate organization? What skills and strategies are needed to shift the many different cultures, attitudes and business functions that fall under the state chief administrator to improve customer service...

Leading Culture Change.pdf


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NASCA and NASPO Topical Roundtable: Procurement Leadership

To help state leaders address these questions and explore evolving state procurement for new agility and value creation, the National Association of State Chief Administrators (NASCA) and the National Association of State Procurement Officials (NASPO) convened State Chief Administrators and...

2017-NASCA-NASPO_report_8.23.18.pdf