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Wednesday, October 26, 2011 City Benchmarking, Redistricting   Volume 7 Issue 10  
CONTENTS
Benchmarking Project Aids City Management
To the Drawing Board: Redistricting in Utah
Graduate Assistant Profile: Emily Mader
From Coordination to Integration
Good Idea
ARCHIVE
65 Year Anniversary
September 28, 2011
5 Day Work Week
August 29, 2011
Light Summer Issue on Volunteerism and Networking
July 27, 2011
GRAMA, Flood Response, PA in 21st Century
June 28, 2011
Redistricting
May 25, 2011

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Benchmarking Project Aids City Management
by Neil Abercrombie, USU and Cameron Diehl, ULCT

Utah’s cities and towns are participating in a statewide benchmarking project, collecting and sharing important data in search for more efficient management practices.
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To the Drawing Board: Redistricting in Utah
by Kara Glaubitz, CPPA

This month’s ASPA luncheon featured John Cannon, Managing Policy Analyst at the Utah Office of Legislative Research and General Counsel, discussing the redistricting process currently taking place in the state.
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Graduate Assistant Profile: Emily Mader
Every Fall, the Center for Public Policy & Administration brings in a group of students studying in the fields of public administration, policy, and international affairs to work as graduate assistants for the coming year. Graduate assistants work on a variety of projects and frequently contribute articles to Policy Perspectives. This month we are profiling Emily Mader, a graduate assistant for the Master in Public Policy Program.
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From Coordination to Integration
by Ken Embley, CPPA

So what is the difference between coordination and integration and why does it matter?
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Good Idea
Help for Veterans with the Transition to Civilian Life
by Malia McIlvenna, CPPA graduate assistant

A large part of the problem for veterans in finding work is that there is a disconnect among many employers,and even veterans themselves, in understanding the range of skills that veterans have, and how those skills apply to most civilian jobs.
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