Curriculum Vitae

Curriculum Vitae

Brad A. M. Johnson

Department of Public Administration

North Carolina State University

Raleigh, NC 27695

(919) 807-1889

bajohn22@ncsu.edu

EDUCATION

  • Ph.D., Public Administration, North Carolina State University, 2022 (expected)
  • M.P.A., North Carolina State University, 2020
  • B.S., Urban Studies, University of Cincinnati, 2003

AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION

  • Organizational Theory and Governance
  • Civic Engagement
  • Management Systems and Performance Information
  • Government Technology / E-Government / AI
  • Local Government
  • Teaching Public Administration

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

  • 2018 - Present, Department of Public Administration, North Carolina State University
    • Instructor
    • Teaching Assistant
    • Research Assistant

SELECTED PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS

  • 2016 - 2019         VP Public Sector Solutions / Co-Founder - PublicInput.com
  • 2012 - 2016         Implementation Consultant - Farragut Systems, CivicPlus
  • 2010 - 2012         Planning Technician - Town of Knightdale, NC

PUBLICATIONS

Accepted Works

You Don’t Always Get What You Want: The Effect of Financial Incentives on State Fiscal Health” (with Bruce D. McDonald and J. W. Decker).

“Benchmarking Nonprofit Efficiency with DEA” (with Jason Coupet, Jessica Barrett, and Paul Broussard).

Works in Progress

“Citizen Engagement and Fiscal Health” (with Bruce D. McDonald). Preparing for Spring 2020 submission.

“Artificial Intelligence and Human Resource Recruiting” (with Jerrell Coggburn and Jared Llorens). Preparing for Spring 2020 submission.

"Civic Engagement as a Dynamic Capability“ (with Honey Minkowitz). Preparing for Summer 2020 submission.

“A new competence: Data as a new language for public administrators“. Preparing for Summer 2020 submission.

“Routine nonroutine performance information: The case of public feedback“. Preparing for Summer 2020 submission.

"Ghosts of change past: Toward a theory of public sector accretion". Preparing for Summer 2020 submission. 

“Trust in government and nonprofit support" (with Rachel Davis and Bruce D. Mcdonald). Preparing for Summer 2020 submission.

“Determinants of Faculty Salaries” (with Bruce D. McDonald and J. W. Decker). Preparing for Fall 2020 submission.

Book Reviews

"Citizen participation in the age of contracting: When service delivery trumps democracy" Journal of Public Administration Education" (2019) Journal of Public Affairs Education 25 (4). 558-561.

Non-Refereed Papers Presented at Conferences and Symposia

Johnson, B. A. M. (2020). Ghosts of change past: Toward a theory of public sector accretion. Accepted at the Public Management Research Conference (Poster). [Conference Cancelled]

Minkowitz, H., Johnson, B. A. M. (2020). Civic Engagement as a Dynamic Capability. Accepted at the annual conference of the Public Administration Theory Network. [Conference Cancelled]

Johnson, B. A. M. (2020). Routine nonroutine performance information: The case of public feedback. Accepted at the annual conference of the American Society for Public Administration. [Conference Cancelled]

Johnson, B. A. M., Davis, R., McDonald, B. D. (2020). Government trust and nonprofit support. Accepted at the annual conference of the American Society for Public Administration. [Conference Cancelled]

Johnson, B. A. M. (2020). A new competence: Data as a new language for public administrators. Presented at the annual conference of the North Carolina Public Administration Association. Raleigh, NC: February 21, 2020.

McDonald, B. D., & Johnson, B. A. M. (2019). Citizen Engagement and the Fiscal Health of Local Governments. Presented at the annual conference of ABFM. Washington, DC: September 25-26, 2019.

McDonald, B. D., Decker, J. W., Johnson, B. A. M., & Allen, M. M. B. (2019). You Don’t Always Get What You Want: The Effect of Financial Incentives on State Fiscal Health. Presented at the annual conference of the Western Social Science Association. San Diego, CA: April 24 – 27, 2019.

McDonald, B. D., & Johnson, B. A. M. (2019). Citizen Engagement and the Fiscal Health of Local Governments. Presented at the annual conference of the Western Social Science Association. San Diego, CA: April 24 – 27, 2019.

McDonald, B D., Decker, J. W., Johnson, B. A. M., & Allen, M. M. B. (2019). You Don’t Always Get What You Want: The Effect of Financial Incentives on State Fiscal Health. Presented at the annual conference of the American Society for Public Administration. Washington, DC: March 8 – 12, 2019.

Technical Reports

McDonald, B. D., & Johnson, B. (2018). Transportation: Faculty and Staff Priorities for Analysis. Raleigh, NC: NC State University.

McDonald, B. D., & Johnson, B. (2018). Transportation: Faculty and Staff Satisfaction Survey. Raleigh, NC: NC State University.

Projects

Evaluation of Public Data Analytics Lab

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Instructor of Record

  • PS 312: Introduction to Public Administration.
    • Redesigned course to emphasize all levels of administration and roles in the administrative system while giving students a product at the completion of class.

Teaching Assistant

  • PS 312 - Introduction to Public Administration
  • PS 201 - Introduction to American Government

Course Prep

  • PA 598 - Strategic Management

Guest Lecturer

  • PA 510 - Public Administration Values - Guest Lecture on Civic Engagement and Technology
  • Civil Discourse (2018)  - Guest Lecture on Civic Engagement and Technology

Community Service

  • City of Raleigh Parks, Recreation, and Greenway Advisory Board  (Chair and Vice-Chair)
  • Visual Art Exchange Board (Member)
  • Citizens Advisory Council (Chair and Vice-Chair)
  • Community Engagement Task Force (Member)

University Service

  • Peer Mentor, CHASS
  • Graduate Student Association, Department Representative