Public Administration – Public Law

Mr. Stanton’s services to support improvements in the design and management of federal agencies and programs have been requested by the Treasury Department (Financial Management Service), Office of Management and Budget, General Accounting Office, Congressional Budget Office, Department of Agriculture (Rural Development), Department of Housing and Urban Development (Federal Housing Administration and Ginnie Mae), Farm Credit Administration, Department of Education, Department of Energy, US Patent and Trademark Office, Small Business Administration, Social Security Administration (Advisory Commission), the Agency for International Development, and the Veterans Benefits Administration.


Elmer B. Staats Lecture, “Strengthening our Public and Private Institutions: A National Imperative,” National Academy of Public Administration. November 2011

Elliot Richardson Lecture: “The Importance of Legitimacy in the Government’s Response to the Financial Crisis,” American Society for Public Administration and National Academy of Public Administration, March 2009, published in Public Integrity, Volume 12, Number 1 / Winter 2009-10


“Effects of Success on Management Performance,” Commentary, Public Administration Review, July/August 2017.

 “Leverage and the Regulatory Process,” chapter 8 of David M. Anderson, Leveraging: A Political, Economic, and Societal Framework, Springer, 2014

“The Governance Structure of the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation: An Independent Review,” September 2013 (Served as Chair of the study panel).

“CEOs need to Improve Relations with Their Regulators Too,” Chief Executive, August 23, 2012

“Resilient Cultures Thrive On Feedback, So Start Talking,” Fast Company, August 17, 2012

“Why Some Firms Thrive While Others Fail: Governance and Management Lessons from the Crisis,” Leader’s Edge, August 4, 2012

“Government Corporations and Government Sponsored Enterprises,” Chapter 3 in Tools of Government: A Guide to the New Governance, Lester M. Salamon, Editor, Oxford University Press, 2002 (coauthored with Ronald C. Moe)