ASPA

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ASPAAmerican Society for Public Administration
ASPAAllocation de Solidarité aux Personnes Agées (French: Solidarity Allowance for Elderly People)
ASPAAmerican Servicemembers Protection Act (US)
ASPAAmerican Society of Pension Actuaries
ASPAAspartoacylase
ASPAAmerican Screen Printing Association (Wexford, PA)
ASPAAntarctic Specially Protected Area
ASPAAssociation of Schools of Public Affairs
ASPAAmerican Political Science Association
ASPAAssociation of Specialized and Professional Accreditors
ASPAAuthentication Solution Providers' Association
ASPAAmerican Samoa Power Authority
ASPAAlabama State Port Authority
ASPAAustralian Secondary Principals Association
ASPAAmerican Scholastic Press Association
ASPAAmerican Society for Personnel Administration
ASPAAir Space
ASPAAmerican Salvage Pool Association
ASPAAssistant Secretary for Public Affairs
ASPAAnimals (Scientific Procedures) Act 1986 (UK)
ASPAAsociación Sindical de Pilotos de Aviación
ASPAAlabama Scholastic Press Association
ASPAAmerica do Sul-Paises Arabes (Portugese)
ASPAAmerican Sod Producers Association
ASPAAustralian Ski Patrol Association
ASPAAutomotive Specialty Products Alliance
ASPAArizona State Physicians Association
ASPAAfter-School Programs and Activities
ASPAAdministrative and Supervisory Personnel Association
ASPAArmed Services Procurement Act
ASPAAotearoa Student Press Association (New Zealand)
ASPAAustralian Scrabble Players Association
ASPAArkansas Scholastic Press Association
ASPAArkansas School Psychology Association
ASPAAircraft Service Period Adjustment
ASPAAmerican Sun Protection Association
ASPAAdventist Student Personnel Association
ASPAAssociation of Singapore Patent Agents
ASPAAlaska Skijoring and Pulk Association
ASPAAlabama Society of Physician Assistants
ASPAAustralian Software Publishers Association
ASPAArkansas State Police Association
ASPAArkansas Society of Public Accountants (Newport, AR)
ASPAArizona Staffing Professionals Association
ASPAAnnual Safety Performance Award
ASPAAlaska School Psychologists Association
ASPAAssociated Students Performing Arts
ASPAAgricbusiness Service Plan Association
ASPAAll Sky Patrol Astrophysics
ASPAAlaska State Prosecutors’ Association
ASPAAdult Student Personnel Association
ASPAAgriculture Sponsored Programs Administration
ASPAAmerican School Parents' Association
ASPAAdvanced Semiconductor Packaging Assembly
ASPAAll Saints' Parents Association
ASPAAvailable Space Proportional Allocation
ASPAAdvanced Strategic Penetrating Aircraft
ASPAAluminium Sheet Products Association (South Africa)
ASPAAmerican Society of Public Awareness
ASPAAssociate of the Society of Practising Accountants (UK)
ASPAAldenham School Parents' Association
ASPAAnnular Slot Planar Antenna
ASPAAircraft Structure Periodic Adjustment
ASPAAdvanced Sonar Processing Architecture
ASPAAnnunciation School Parents Association
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The American Society for Public Administration, with its more than 8,000 members, has adopted social equity as one of its core values.
Public Administration Review is av ailable from the American Society for Public Administration through Blackwell Publishers Inc.
These were concerned mostly with activities of the American Society for Public Administration, the National Academy of Public Administration (NAPA), and the International Institute of Administrative Sciences (IIAS).
Mayor Bob Knight received the inaugural Gloria Hobson Nordin Social Equity Award last week during the annual convention of the American Society for Public Administration (ASPA).
He is the recipient of several awards for distinguished scholarly contributions from sections of the American Political Science Association and the American Society for Public Administration.
A member of The Public Manager board of directors and board of editors and constantly active in the American Society for Public Administration (ASPA) and other organizations, he was always trying to attract young professionals to public service.
During his career, Garvey also served as executive director of the American Society for Public Administration and worked with the National Productivity Commission.
From Professor Simon's speech delivered at the 58th National Conference of the American Society for Public Administration, July 28, 1997, in Philadelphia.
Among the many fine presentations at this year's annual conference of the American Society for Public Administration held in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, in early April, there were a number that addressed the theme of "Advancing Public Service Performance" with an eye toward practitioner application.
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