Policy Perspectives

Wednesday, March 28, 2012 Last Edition   Volume 8 Issue 3  
Last Edition of Policy Perspectives
Hang Up and Drive: Developing Policies on Cell Phone Use in Automobiles
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ASPA: Cloud Computing
Utah College Advising Corps
Reframe Truths as Assumptions
Jolaine Randall Retires
Good Ideas: Speed Bumps
February 29, 2012
CPPA on Facebook, Legislative Preview
January 25, 2012
Holiday Edition
December 21, 2011
Utah's Agricultural Future, Affordable Housing
November 23, 2011
City Benchmarking, Redistricting
October 26, 2011

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    Reframe Truths as Assumptions
    by Ken Embley, CPPA

    Every day we make sense out of reality by connecting facts together and interpreting those facts to create stories.
    Jolaine Randall Retires
    It is with a mixture of sadness and gratitude that we announce the retirement of CPPAs Administrative Assistant, Jolaine Randall.
    Good Ideas: Speed Bumps
    Whats Your Perspective?
    by Malia McIlvenna, CPPA Graduate Assistant

    Perspective is often of vital importance in determining whether to consider a government idea a good one or not. What about speed bumps?
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