Collaborative Governance

The Committee on Collaborative Governance is concerned with collaborative techniques that agencies use to implement their programs. This area includes activities that build on the Conference’s extensive history of developing consensual processes such as negotiated rulemaking and alternative means of dispute resolution, as well as appropriate use of new communications media in federal programs.

Committee Contacts

Staff Counsel
202.480.2366
cvogelmann@acus.gov

Committee Research Projects

No Results.

Recommendation 2011-7 – FACA in the 21st Century addresses the administrative load imposed by Federal Advisory Committee Act (FACA) and offers proposals to...

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Recommendation 2012-5 – Improving Coordination of Related Agency Responsibilities addresses the problem of overlapping and fragmented procedures associated with assigning...

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Recommendation 2014-1 – Resolving FOIA Disputes Through Targeted ADR Strategies addresses more effective use of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) approaches...

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Committee Members

Name Role Organization
Daniel Cohen Government Member Department of Energy
Chai R. Feldblum Government Member Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
Lu-Ann Glaser Liaison Representative Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service
Brian C. Griffin Senior Fellow Clean Energy Systems, Inc.
Michael E. Herz Public Member Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law
Katie L. Nash Liaison Representative Office of the Director of National Intelligence
Nina Olson Liaison Representative Internal Revenue Service Office of the National Taxpayer Advocate
Sallyanne Payton Senior Fellow University of Michigan Law School
Kenneth W. Starr Senior Fellow Baylor University
Edward L. Weidenfeld Senior Fellow The Weidenfeld Law Firm, P.C.