Part 6: The Decentralization of Management and Services
From Baruch DML
This session addresses the decentralization of management and services to spur innovation and improve accountability by delegating responsibility and authority down to district level commanders in order to make agencies more accountable and responsive to specific community needs.
Lewis M. Feldstein
President, The New Hampshire Charitable Foundation
Senior Staff to Mayor Lindsay;
District Manager, Brooklyn Community Board 6;
Joseph P. Viteritti
Blanche D. Blank Professor of Public Policy and Chair of the Department of Urban Affairs & Planning, Hunter College, CUNY.
The speakers are introduced by Stan Altman, symposium organizer, Professor of School of Public Affairs and Director of American Humanics at Baruch College.