Philip K. Howard, Washington Examiner, June 12, 2020
Philip lays out a four-part plan for fixing America’s decrepit infrastructure.
Various Publications, February 1, 2019
Read reviews and endorsements of Philip’s new book, Try Common Sense, including from TIME and Kirkus Reviews, as well as leading thinkers such as Jonathan Haidt, Mary Ann Glendon, and Sen. Al Simpson.
Philip K. Howard, USA Today, June 8, 2020
Philip explains why there can be no social trust unless people are accountable to those they serve.
Philip K. Howard, City Journal, May 11, 2020
Philip argues that experts are confusing symptoms for causes in addressing the toxic combination of polarized politics, cultural divisions, and growing cynicism. And what Americans need is the freedom to take responsibility.
Philip K. Howard, USA Today, May 4, 2020
Philip argues that a Recovery Authority is an ideal vehicle to enforce fiscal discipline on states in exchange for federal relief.
Philip K. Howard, The Hill, April 14, 2020
Philip proposes that Congress create an independent bipartisan commission, on the model of “base-closing commissions,” to the confront the choices created by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Philip K. Howard, City Journal, April 6, 2020
Philip expounds on why a Recovery Authority will be necessary after the COVID-19 crisis, and how it would work.
Philip K. Howard, USA Today, March 30, 2020
Philip argues that, after the COVID-19 crisis is over, Congress needs to create a “Recovery Authority” to get America back on its feet.
Philip K. Howard, Newsweek, February 17, 2020
Philip explains why a vision offering system overhaul is important to liberals as well as conservatives.
Philip K. Howard, George Mason Law School, February 6, 2020
Philip writes about how accountability is the lynchpin to reforming the civil service system. The paper was prepared for George Mason Law School's Bureaucracy and Presidential Administration conference.
Philip K. Howard, The Hill, October 6, 2019
Philip argues that polarization is the result, in part, of the bureaucratic paralysis that makes it impossible to win votes by getting things done.