Geoffrey Segal, Director of Government Reform, Reason Foundation – December 23, 2005
Geoffrey Segal is the director of government reform at the Reason Foundation, a nonprofit market-oriented think tank based in Los Angeles. He has a diversified background in policy research and analysis, focusing on public-private partnerships, competition, government efficiency, government spending and waste, transparency, accountability and government performance. He recently served as an advisor to Florida Governor Jeb Bush's Center for Efficient Government. Located primarily in Washington D.C., he is working with the Government Efficiency and Financial Planning group inside the Office of Management and Budget. Segal has worked closely with legislators in 20 states to reduce government spending, improve government performance and enhance accountability in government programs. He has testified to the United States Senate and numerous state legislatures and agencies. He is editor of Reason's annual Privatization Report and a contributing editor to Budget & Tax News. He holds a B.A. in Political Science from Arizona State University and a Masters of Public Policy from Pepperdine University. He was interviewed October 27, 2005, following his speech to a Frontier Centre luncheon.