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Daniel W. Williams CUNY-Baruch College

Daniel W. Williams has taught budgeting at Baruch College since 1995. His research includes budgeting, forecasting and the history of public administration. Before his academic career, Williams spent nineteen years with the Virginia Medicaid program, including nine years as the Budget Director of the Virginia Department of Medical Assistance Services. For five years he served on a local Community Board in Manhattan, where he was for three years the chair of the budget committee. He has received the Abraham J. Briloff Prize in Ethics, Baruch College, and the Outstanding Paper Award 2002-2003, International Journal of Forecasting (with Don Miller).