Dwight Ink Highlight Video

Dwight Ink worked for every president from Eisenhower to Reagan. He served roles in urban affairs, environment and energy, education and anti-poverty to foreign aid, arms reduction, and disaster reconstruction. From 1969 to 1973 he was the Assistant Director for Executive Management, Office of Management and Budget and from 1973 to 1976 he was the Deputy Administrator of the General Services Administration. In this interview, Ink recounts his time in the federal government, imparting his management and budget expertise to the next generation of public administrators.

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Tonya T. Neaves

Federal Management Leadership Center Director

Dr. Sheldon Edner

State and Local Government Center Director

Frank Shafroth

Nonprofit Management Center Director

Dr. Alan Abramson 703-993-8189 aabramso@gmu.edu