Part 10: Innovations Introduced by Fred Hayes in the Bureau of the Budget
From Baruch DML on August 14th, 2012
This video is part ten of a multi-part series of a two-day symposium "Public Management and the Lindsay Years (1966-1973)", presented by Baruch College School of Public Affairs in collaboration with the Museum of the City of New York on September 29 and 30, 2010. The following panelists discuss the innovations introduced by Fred Hayes in the Bureau of the Budget that included reform of the capital budget process, introduction of program planning, project management and development of analytical talent to help reform the agencies. David Grossman, Deputy Budget Director during Lindsay Years, eventually become Budget Director; Carter F. Bales, Acting Assistant Budget Director in charge of Program Budget Systems and Consultant with McKinsey & Co. during Lindsay years; Peter Goldmark, Lindsay's Assistant Budget Director & Executive Assistant. Stan Altman, symposium organizer, Professor of School of Public Affairs and Director of American Humanics at Baruch College, introduces the event.