Phoenix, AZ Supporter and Friend Luncheon

Jan 21, 2010
12:00pm1:30pm

Mercatus Center supporters and friends are invited to an invitation only, special event in Phoenix, AZ, a lunch featuring the Honorable Maurice McTigue.

 

Thursday, January 21, 2010

Phoenix, AZ

2575 East Camelback Road

Noon to 1:30 PM

 

In light of the current economic and political climate, Maurice will discuss the Mercatus Center’s Government Accountability Project and how it works to improve the funding and policy decisions of the U.S. Government by applying the same ideas of “accountability in government” that worked in New Zealand.

 

About the speaker:

As director of the Government Accountability Project at Mercatus, Maurice McTigue is sharing the lessons of his practical experience with policy makers in the United States.  He works with officials in the Administration, members of Congress, officials from over 23 federal agencies and state governments on applying the principles of transparency and accountability in the public sector.  In 2003, he was appointed to the Office of Personnel Management Senior Review Committee, formed to make recommendations for new Human Resources systems at the then newly created Department of Homeland Security.  Mr. McTigue has provided extensive strategic-level advice to the Office of Management and Budget on a wide range of management issues, including the development of a results-based program assessment tool.  He frequently speaks at conferences on performance issues and testifies before congressional committees on issues of government reform.

 

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There is no charge for those who have received an invitation by mail. Dress is business casual. We encourage you to bring a friend or associate who might be interested in our work at the Mercatus Center.

To RSVP for yourself and your guests, please contact Megan Mahan at 703-993-4967 or via e-mail at mmahan@gmu.edu. If you did not receive an invitation by mail and would like to attend, please contact Julie Burden at jburden2@gmu.edu or by phone at 703-344-3219.