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NASCA Releases 2021 Top Ten Priorities

2021-01-22 | Pandemic fundamentally changed how governments operate


Shincheonji Chairman Man Hee Lee Found Innocent on COVID-19 Violations

2021-01-14 | After being arrested in July, the Chairman of Shincheonji Church in Korea has been found not guilty of violating the Infectious Disease Prevention Act after a church COVID-19 outbreak.


Paterson Music Project Presents MLK Celebration Virtual Concert

2021-01-13 | PMP students will lead the celebration as emcees, share poetry, and perform music. Performances include William Grant Still's arrangement of "Lift Every Voice" with guest performances from the wider Paterson and Wharton Arts community.


Pastors Urged to Encourage Congregants to Receive COVID-19 Vaccine as Cases Surge

2021-01-11 | Government and medical officials have recruited the help of spiritual leaders to encourage their congregation members to receive the vaccine and help slow the spread of COVID-19.


NASCA Announces Appointment of Brom Stibitz as President of the Executive Committee

2021-01-08 | Brom Stibitz, Michigan to fill the remainder of the term vacated by Daniel Kim, California upon his departure from state government.


NASCA Honors Outgoing President Daniel Kim, California

2021-01-07 | For his commitment to raising the national profile of state government's chief operational leaders.


Christmas Came Early For Historically Significant Sierra Leone Island Engaged in The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade

2020-12-28 | The first phase of a project to bring solar-powered electricity to Tasso Island in Sierra Leone was initiated to begin to redress long-lasting effects of the movement of enslaved Africans to America to cultivate the rice industry.


Christ Today with Father Ray Continues to Spread Wisdom and Faith in a Changing World, Readying Landmark Third Episode and Charitable Support

2020-12-27 | Celebrated podumentary, Christ Today with Father Ray returns with a special episode and charitable tie-in after Christmas. Father Ray hopes people will consider generosity while counting their own blessings.


Some Churches are Following COVID-19 Restrictions While Others Refuse and Sue

2020-12-23 | Enforcing COVID-19 transmission prevention measures has been accepted in most places of worship but not all. Some pastors are suing and claiming to be victims of religious discrimination.


North American Cities Should Pay Attention to UK Approaches to Climate Action

2020-12-17 | UK cities have some of the world's most ambitious targets for greenhouse gas reduction. A new report describes what North American cities can learn from their approach.


John Hull Receives NASCA's National Distinguished Deputy Award

2020-12-16 | The National Distinguished Deputy Award recognizes a deputy of a state chief administrator for outstanding contributions to the work of state administration.


NASCA Awards Janel L. Forde, Director of Illinois Department of Central Management Services (CMS) As Prestigious National Walton Leadership Award Recipient

2020-12-15 | The National Walton Leadership Award recognizes the achievements of standout state chief administrators and their commitment to outstanding service in government


TEECS Student Approved For Congressional Award Gold Medal

2020-12-09 | TEECS High school senior Srikar Sadhu has devoted nearly two years to achieving this honor.


Succeeding Against All Odds: Doni-Jo Minor-Munro and Her Tsa HO fa Non-Profit Have Navigated the Pandemic Capably, Now It's Time to End 2020 on a High Note

2020-11-30 | Tsa HO fa is a consortium of Traditional Indian Educators led by Doni-Jo Minor-Munro. They offer multiple grant programs providing academic outreach and support to American Indian public school children in Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo counties.


Evelyn Blount has been recognized as one of America's Most Influential Women by the International Association of Who's Who

2020-11-14 | Evelyn Blount, from Winder, Georgia, is honored by the International Association of Who's Who as one of America's Most Influential Women for her lifetime achievements, her dedication, and her expert leadership.


Operation Ivory Coast|Son Tay Raid 50th Anniversary Celebration

2020-11-13 | The Silent Warrior Foundation is proud to host the Son Tay Raid's 50th Anniversary, which will be held on Nov. 21, 2020, at the Dillon Aero range in Maricopa, Arizona.


North Dakota Sheriff's and Deputies Association Partners with tip411 on Anonymous Tip System to Fight Substance Misuse & Crime

2020-11-12 | New statewide NDTip app helps better connect law enforcement with the public


Chief Kevin D. Hardwick Presented with the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award by Marquis Who's Who

2020-11-11 | Chief Hardwick has been endorsed by Marquis Who's Who as a leader in the field of public service


Third Plasma Donation Drive from Shincheonji Church Expected to Gather 4,000 Donors

2020-11-09 | From November 16th to December 11th, 4,000 Shincheonji members are expected to participate in a convalescent blood plasma drive at Daegu Athletics Center in South Korea.


South Korean Church Begins 4,000 Convalescent Plasma Donations in the Fight Against COVID-19

2020-11-04 | Shincheonji Church in South Korea expects 4,000 convalescent plasma donations in drives over three weeks in November