Government Roads are Paved with Good Intentions

Posted on August 7th, by Gabe Gabrielsen in About the Public Sector. No Comments

Most people are aware the road to hell is paved with good intentions; and so it is with most government roads; the policies, programs and regulations governments approve.  Most government roads have noble intentions but they too produce unintended consequences?

For example, when the US Department of Interior’s decided to ban the harvesting of Sea Lions … Read More »


Education: Moving Sideways and Up

Posted on August 6th, by American Public University System in education/training. No Comments

By Dr. Oliver Hedgepeth, Program Director, Government Contracts and Acquisition at American Public University

When I worked for the US government, I was hired as a GS-7 and received several early promotions with predictable succession. Then the promotions stopped.

So, I sought out advice from senior leaders who had risen through the same normal government career ladder. Their advice: … Read More »


Resume Mistakes Disguised As Good Ideas

Posted on August 6th, by American Public University System in networking/interviewing. No Comments

By Ann Eastham, Career Coach at America Public University

The goal of a resume is to get your skills and accomplishments noticed. Simply put, it is the snapshot of all your skills and experiences that you are hoping will impress a recruiter or hiring manager. There are certain mistakes I have witnessed people make, which they … Read More »


Hawaii: First in Progressive Health Care

Posted on August 4th, by H.E. James in About the Public Sector. No Comments

It isn’t just access to all the sun and surf in the state of Hawaii, which marks the 56th Anniversary of its statehood this month, that makes its citizens so healthy.  Hawaii proves that universal access to healthcare can have a tremendous impact on the quality of life of a population.

The last state to join … Read More »