Events
> March 26, 2015
Accounting, Accountability, and the Struggle for Nation-Building

> April 13, 2015
Ethics in Public Life: Good Practitioners in a Rising Asia

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Press Releases
> March 23, 2015
Harvard Ash Center Announces Winners of #Hack4Congress SF

> February 18, 2015
Harvard's Ash Center Announces 124 Bright Ideas in Government

> February 1, 2015
New Paper Explores Partisan Incentives to Politicize the Judiciary

> December 9, 2014
Ash Center, OpenGov Foundation Launch #Hack4Congress, A “Not-Just-for-Technologists” Hackathon to Fix Congress

> October 22, 2014
New Ash Center Book Examines the Potential of “PerformanceStat” to help public executives produce real results

> September 2, 2014
Harvard Professors Release Guide to Help Civic Leaders Leverage Data for Responsive Governance

> June 25, 2014
Archon Fung Named Academic Dean at Harvard Kennedy School

> June 25, 2014
New Book Maps the Changing Landscape of American Public Sector Innovation in the Twenty-First Century

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Ash in the News
> March 11, 2015
The Atlantic: When Government Competes Against the Private Sector, Everybody Wins

Featuring Steve Goldsmith

> March 11, 2015
The Washington Post: O’Malley, still positioning as Clinton alternative, pauses to talk about data

Featuring Robert Behn

> March 11, 2015
Foreign Affairs: Budgets for the People

Featuring Ash Fellow Hollie Russon Gilman

> March 10, 2015
The Oregonian: With 'Motor Voter' bill, Oregon perpetuates voting wars

Featuring Alex Keyssar

> March 7, 2015
Baltimore Sun: Baltimore agency slow to hold officials accountable

Featuring Bob Behn

> March 6, 2015
The American Prospect: Can Liberal Democracy Survive?

Featuring Jane Mansbridge

> March 3, 2015
Marshall Ganz’s Students Spread the Power of Community Organizing across the Globe

Featuring Marshall Ganz

> February 27, 2015
Washington Post: Liberals and conservatives think about genomics in unexpected ways

Featuring Maya Sen

> February 25, 2015
HKS PolicyCast: How Partisan is the US Judiciary?

Featuring Maya Sen

> February 24, 2015
Southeast Asia Globe: Southeast Asian countries come in last in range of global rankings for electoral integrity

Featuring Pippa Norris

> February 20, 2015
The Globe and Mail: How cities are searching for solutions among massive mounds of data

Featuring Steve Goldsmith

> February 19, 2015
Yale Daily News: Judges more conservative than lawyers, study finds

Featuring Maya Sen

> February 18, 2015
Government Executive: Stats Surge Continues in Cities and States

Featuring Bob Behn

> February 17, 2015
The Week: When will liberals start caring about federal judges?

Featuring Maya Sen

> February 17, 2015
The Times Herald: Montgomery County Recorder of Deeds Nancy Becker recognized for veterans ID program

Featuring the Ash Center

> February 16, 2015
Forbes: Why China's Xi Jinping Is Still Far From Chairman Mao Status

Featuring the Ash Center

> February 16, 2015
The Washington Post: The best and worst elections of 2014

Featuring Pippa Norris

> February 5, 2015
BetaBoston: Harvard’s #Hack4Congress tries to hack the government back into the hearts of American people

Featuring the Ash Center

> February 5, 2015
Hackathon on WGBH

> February 3, 2015
Alumni in the Field: Humayun Sarabi is Working for Women’s Rights in Afghanistan

> February 1, 2015
Harvard Gazette: The Politics of Jurisprudence

Featuring Maya Sen

> January 31, 2015
New York Times: Why Judges Tilt to the Right

Featuring Maya Sen

> January 31, 2015
Boston Herald: Harvard Hacks for Congress

Featuring the Ash Center

> January 29, 2015
BostInno: Hack Healthcare & Government This Weekend at These 2 Universities

Featuring the Ash Center

> January 27, 2015
GovTech.com: #Hack4Congress: Can This Not-Just-for-Technologists Event Fix Congress?

Featuring the Ash Center

> January 27, 2015
Federal Computer Week: The measles outbreak and the ignorance lobby

Featuring Steve Kelman

> January 23, 2015
Foreign Policy: Pacific Power Index

Featuring Tony Saich

> January 21, 2015
The Conversation: President Xi’s Chinese dream means a more multi-polar world

Featuring Tony Saich

> January 19, 2015
Federal News Radio: DoD loses key IT exec; two formers are lured back to government

Featuring the Harvard Kennedy School's Innovations in American Government Award

> January 14, 2015
Harvard Gazette: Paris tragedy provides an opening for conversation

Featuring Muriel Rouyer

> January 12, 2015
China Development Brief: Interview with Tony Saich: Chinese Philanthropy on the Cusp

Featuring Tony Saich

> January 8, 2015
Federal Computer Week: The return of nine-to-five?

Featuring Steve Kelman

> January 8, 2015
Government Executive: Why Every Agency Needs a Chief Management Officer

Featuring Robert Behn

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