Barry Bozeman is Arizona Centennial Professor of Technology Policy and Public Management and founding Director of the Center of Organization Research and Design. Previous positions include Regents’ Professor and Ander Crenshaw Endowed Chair of Public Policy, University of Georgia; Regents’ Professor of Public Policy at Georgia Tech and Professor of Public Administration, Syracuse University where he was founding director of the Maxwell School’s founding director of the Center for Technology and Information Policy. Bozeman’s research focuses on public management, organization theory and science and technology policy. He is the author or co-author of sixteen books including Strength in Numbers: Research Collaboration Effectiveness (Princeton University Press, 2017), Rules and Red Tape: A Prism for Public Administration Theory Development (Sharpe Publishing, 2011) and Public Values and Public Interest (Georgetown University Press, 2007). The latter book won the American Political Science Association’s Herbert Simon Award for best book published in public administration and public affairs. Bozeman’s All Organizations Are Public (Jossey-Bass, 1987) helped establish a new research and theory approach to “publicness.” Professor Bozeman’s research articles have appeared in every major U.S. journal in the fields of public policy and public management and his research has been summarized in science publications, such as Nature, Nature Medicine, Science, and Issues in Science and Technology. Bozeman is an elected fellow of both the American Association for the Advancement Science and the National Academy of Public Administration. Awards received include the Charles Levine Memorial Award of the American Society for Public Administration and the National Association of Schools of Public Affairs and Administration. Bozeman received the 2013 Public Management Research Association’s H. George Frederickson Award for lifetime achievements and contributions to public management research.