Standards for Use of NASP-III Data provided by the Center for Organization Research and Design (CORD)
The National Administrative Studies Project-Citizen Survey III (NASP-III) contains 1,220 valid responses of public and
nonprofit managers from Georgia and Illinois. Topics addressed in this dataset include: red tape, work-related attitudes,
motivation, career trajectories, and mentoring theories.
To work with the data you must agree to the following conditions:
Bozeman, B. and M. Feeney (2008). “Public Management Mentoring: What Affect Outcomes?” Journal of Public Administration
Research and Theory, Vol. 19, No.2, pp. 427-452.