For Immediate Release
March 26, 2019
Karen Garrett, CAE
Chief of Membership, Marketing and Communications
(202) 393-7878

ASPA Launches Search for Public Integrity Editor in Chief

Washington, DC - ASPA has announced it is pleased to invite proposals from those interested in serving as editor in chief of Public Integrity, public administration’s scholarly journal addressing ethical issues affecting society.

Through the efforts of its current editorial team, led by editor in chief Carole Jurkiewicz of University of Colorado Colorado Springs, the journal has made meaningful strides, including its placement in Scopus, its editorial expansion into music and video genres and an increased number of editorial viewpoints.

A Request for Proposals (RFP) to serve as the editor in chief is available on ASPA’s website, along with other details about the search process.

The RFP process will close on May 15, 2019 and the editor in chief will be named by ASPA President Paul Danczyk by May 29, 2019. The editor in chief will officially begin his/her role in October 2019.

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