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Newsletter - December 2022

This month's newsletter will be fairly brief, looking back at 2022 and a look forward to 2023.

I am very pleased with our progress this year. Some key highlights:

  • Building a strong relationship with Voice of the People, punctuated by their webinar for ASQ's Government Division

  • Attending the World Conference on Quality Improvement and seeing in-person examples of government committing to serve their "customers"

  • Releasing a framework proposal for reducing gun violence

  • Working with the Center for Electoral Quality and Integrity—with whom we are making tremendous progress, capturing voter expectations and operational standards for our elections

Top priorities for 2023 include:

  • Additional content and resources for each of our eight principles

  • Working with the Center for Electoral Quality and Integrity to achieve our 2023 goals (more details on this next month)

  • Advancing existing relationships and building new ones

  • Strongly supporting and promoting public policy consultation

Some brief updates:

  • I attended a webinar hosted by the Bipartisan Policy Center featuring the co-chairs of the Select Committee on the Modernization of Congress:

    • Well over 100 recommendations by the committee are either implemented or on the path to implementation.

    • Here's a link to their final report.

  • On January 12 at noon EST, ASQ's Government Division is hosting a webinar on "Fact-checking Journalism and Fact-checking to Improve Information Quality" presented by Angie Drobnic-Holan, editor-in-chief of PolitiFact. This event is open to the public, and I strongly encourage you to check it out. Register online to attend.

I wish you and your family a happy and safe holiday and a wonderful New Year. Thanks for your continued engagement and support of this work.


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