Institute for Public Administration

 

The Institute for Public Administration(IPA) is a research and public services center in the University of Delaware School of Public Policy & Administration.

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  • Kelly, Christopher; Barr, Hannah; Weir, Gerard; Mix, Troy (Institute for Public Administration, 2018-02)
    Funded by the Division of Small Business within Delaware’s Department of State, this report lists and characterizes small business support services provided to Delaware businesses by public and nonprofit organizations. The ...
  • Mix, Troy; Kelly, Christopher; O'Neill, Sean; Barr, Hannah; Konzelman, Nicholas; Weir, Gerard (Institute for Public Administration, 2018-02)
    Funded by the Division of Small Business within Delaware’s Department of State, this report provides a snapshot of small business activity in Delaware, an inventory of existing small business support services provided by ...
  • Mix, Troy; Kelly, Christopher; O'Neill, Sean; McGowan, William (Institute for Public Administration, 2018-04)
    Funded by the Division of Small Business within Delaware’s Department of State, this report provides recommendations to assist the Division in carrying out their business and economic development support mission. These ...
  • Sherretz, Kelly L.; Moore, Leann; Qaissaunee, Haley (Institute for Public Administration, 2019-05)
    The Purchase of Care (POC) Program in Delaware is a subsidy that provides support for early childhood and after-school education for children from birth through age 12 living within 185 percent of the Federal Poverty Limit. ...
  • Sherretz, Kelly L.; Moore, Leann; Qaissaunee, Haley (Institute for Public Administration, 2019-05)
    High-quality early childhood education and childcare have substantial benefits for Delaware kids, families, and the economy.
  • Barnes, Philip J.; Grasso, Susan; Chavis, Celeste; Bhutan, Istiak A.; Nickkar, Amirreza (Department of Transportation and Urban Infrastructure at Morgan State University, 2018-09)
    Bike share systems have become a common feature of the modern urban landscape and provide residents and visitors with an active transportation mode. Yet these systems have sustained equity-focused criticism for serving a ...
  • Rich, Dan; Sherretz, Kelly L.; Qaissaunee, Haley; Missan, Marissa (Institute for Public Administration, Wilmington Education Improvement Commission, 2019-04)
    This policy brief by the Institute for Public Administration wasprepared for the Wilmington Education Improvement Commission (the Commission) to serve as an overview of the changing conditions of child poverty and the ...
  • Scott, Marcia S.; O'Hanlon, Julia; Polito, Brian (Institute for Public Administration, 2018-11)
    In spring 2018, the Institute for Public Administration (IPA) at University of Delaware administered a survey of Delaware agencies (i.e., subrecipients) that receive and are subrecipients of federal funding (Title 49 ...
  • Kelly, Christopher; Culpepper Chesser, Margaret (2019-01)
    At the request of House Concurrent Resolution (HCR) 39 Task Force to Study School District Consolidation the University of Delaware’s Institute for Public Administration conducted an analysis of the historical formulas and ...
  • O'Hanlon, Julia; Jacobson, Eric D.; Perillo, Kelly (Institute for Public Administration, 2019-01)
    Dementia, a common term associated with memory loss, causes problems with an individual’s memory, thinking, and behavior to the point where it affects day-to-day life and social functioning. Alzheimer’s, the most common and ...
  • Barnes, Philip J.; Swan, Brett (Institute for Public Administration, 2019-01)
    High-definition (HD) maps are essential for the safe operation of connected and automated vehicles (CAVs). The maps are not the traditional two-dimensional paper or GPS versions we are familiar with, but rather are ...
  • DeCoursey, William J.; Raab, Linda P.; Minni, Nicole M.; Eisenhart, Scott; Barnes, Philip; Oza, Jeel (2018-01)
    This plan was prepared by the City of Milford Planning and Zoning Commission with assistance from the Institute for Public Administration (IPA), a unit within the School of Public Policy & Administration at the University ...
  • Barnes, Philip J.; Swan, Brett (Institute for Public Administration, 2018-10)
    How CAVS can enhance independent mobility options for the elderly and people with disabilities.
  • Barnes, Philip J.; Swan, Brett (Institute for Public Administration, 2018-10)
    How Connected and Automated Vehicles will alter the state and municipal fiscal landscape.
  • Barnes, Philip; Swan, Brett (Institute for Public Administration, 2018-07)
    Connected and automated vehicles (CAVs) will require Delaware municipalities to rethink urban planning. As CAVs become common, action is needed on parking, land use and design practices, and suburban sprawl.
  • Kauffman, Gerald J.; Young, Jillian; Martin, Jordan; Homsey, Andrew R. (Water Resources Center, 2018-05-23)
    The water, natural resources, and ecosystems in the Maryland Coastal Bays watershed contribute an economic value of $1 to $3 billion annually to the regional Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia economy. This report examines ...
  • Raab, Linda P.; Minni, Nicole M. (Institute for Public Administration, 2016-08-24)
    On March 23, 2016, the Zoning Committee reviewed the change proposed in this Plan Amendment and recommended that the Town Council approve transmission of the amendment for review under the Preliminary Land Use Service ...
  • Raab, Linda P.; Minni, Nicole M. (Institute for Public Administration, 2014-09-04)
    Following adoption of the 2010 comprehensive plan, the Town of Townsend, to comply with Title 22, Section 702(c) of the Delaware Code, has been preparing to amend its official zoning map to rezone all lands within the ...
  • Raab, Linda P.; DeCoursey, William J.; Minni, Nicole M. (Institute for Public Administration, 2014-01-06)
    Title 22, Section 702(e) of the Delaware Code requires that at least every 5 years a municipality shall review its adopted comprehensive plan to determine if its provisions are still relevant given changing conditions in ...
  • Raab, Linda P.; Minni, Nicole M.; Wollaston, Martin W. (Institute for Public Administration, 2017-02-14)
    On March 13, 2010 by Ordinance 266, The Town of Ocean View adopted a complete update of its comprehensive plan. This plan was certified by the governor on October 21, 2010. Following adoption of the 2010 complete plan ...

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