Session 3.4 Federal Planning – Past, Current + Future Perspective

APA Federal Planning Division


Wednesday, April 25, 2018
1:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. CDT

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With its original roots in the 1800’s, Federal Planning has its early beginnings initially addressing protection of federal lands.  The evolution of federal agencies administrating governmental policies and directives traverses a broad range of planning approaches and corresponding criteria.  This session will engage “seasoned” and experienced professionals in a lively and interactive discussion framing past, current and future planning challenges in the context of ever evolving planning criteria to address ever changing and dynamic global influences and parameters.


Joel Putterman, FAICP

Joel Putterman, FAICP, CNU-A - Mr. Putterman has directed award-winning planning projects globally for federal, state, municipal, institutional and corporate clients. His 40 plus years of practice spans a broad spectrum of experience providing planning services to research entities, universities and federal, state, and local agencies. He applies innovative approaches to ... Read More

Letitia Gomez, AICP


Lindy Wolner


Roger Blevins, FAICP

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