2016

Q & A with Quinton Mayne

Q & A with Quinton Mayne

January 5, 2016

Interview by Dan Harsha, Associate Director for Communications

Quinton Mayne is an assistant professor of public policy at Harvard Kennedy School (HKS).  His research and teaching interests focus on the design and reform of democratic political institutions, and their affect on how citizens think and act politically. Mayne recently spoke with the Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation about his work studying citizen satisfaction and democratic performance.... Read more about Q & A with Quinton Mayne

Interagency Coordination and Unified Command During a Domestic Emergency

Interagency Coordination and Unified Command During a Domestic Emergency

May 27, 2016

By: Maisie O'Brien, Communications Coordinator

From its role in responding to natural disasters, to protecting lives and property in the face of civil unrest, to preparing for cyber-attacks, the National Guard stands at the forefront of domestic crisis management.  In these chaotic situations, how do National Guard forces – along with political leaders, law enforcement, and other public safety and emergency management entities– establish a clear chain of command and coordinate their response?... Read more about Interagency Coordination and Unified Command During a Domestic Emergency

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