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Want Better Government Ethics? Then Pay Less Attention To Them!

Want Better Government Ethics? Then Pay Less Attention To Them!

Several readers of my monthly Municipal Ethics Tips and Trends newsletter suggested that part of this month's edition might have broader implications than just to local governments. Could well be. With that hope, here is a slightly adapted version: Improve government ethics by paying less attention to them? Really? Well, kinda, yeah.   As I Read more…

City Government Ethics – What’s Wrong With Them and What Can Be Done?

City Government Ethics – What’s Wrong With Them and What Can Be Done?

Over the last few years, I have had the pleasure of providing ethics programs for a wide range of city, county, state, and provincial officials as well as their staff members. These folks are often the target, rightly or wrongly, of accusations of every imaginable type of ethics problem. Unfortunately, the widespread findings of confirmed Read more…