I’m excited to be on the panel for the webinar on Promoting Ethical Conduct in Organizations, organized by the ASPA Section on Democracy and Social Justice. It will be Tuesday, Sept. 22 at 1:00 PM EDT. Zoom in and join us! https://lu.ma/7jrra194
Tag: David S. Reed
Our paper gets cited: Increasing Citizen Engagement and Access to Information
David Reed’s paper, Technology: Increasing Citizen Engagement and Access to Information, has been downloaded from SocArXiv over 600 times, and has been cited in two works listed in Google Scholar. The paper’s recommendations are:
- Welcome the Civic Hackers
- Eat Your Own Dog Food
- Don’t Panic about Guerrilla Government
The paper is at https://osf.io/preprints/socarxiv/hws4f/
Resources for teaching: Non-Hierarchical Ethical Conduct by Public Sector Workers
David Reed will be a panelist for the ASPA DSJ webinar on Promoting Ethical Conduct in Organizations, on September 22, 2020. The annotated list of resources that he will be sharing at the webinar is at Non-Hierarchical Ethical Conduct^J for ASPA DSJ webinar
Project on Annotated Work Instructions
Our open source project on Annotated Work Instructions is at
It’s under construction now, but we welcome anybody who wants to participate.
Dear Bureaucrat: The advice column for people who work in the public sector
Readers ask, and Dear Bureaucrat answers, based on scientific research and real-life experience. Some of the columns are:
- My job wants me to lie!
- How can I get my boss to stop micromanaging me?
- My subordinates are revolting!
- I want my job to give me rules. Am I crazy?
- What kind of boss will let me innovate?
- My agency’s computer system is useless! (Our most popular column.)
Or browse all the Dear Bureaucrat columns in Federal Times.