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Mort AnvariMort Anvari Mort Anvari taught manufacturing and industrial systems engineering courses at the University of Michigan for five years where he received his three engineering degrees, and as an adjunct professor he teaches project and cost management at local universities in the Washington DC area.   In his early career he worked at General Motors as a production engineer and later as an operations research and systems analyst at the cost and economic analysis center in Washington DC.  Mort is a member of the USA Senior Executive Service (SES) and currently serving as the Director of Programs and Strategy at ASA (FM&C) and the Lean Six Sigma (LSS) deployment Director where he oversees process improvement initiatives, economic studies validation, cost benefit analysis, and risk and uncertainty analysis in support of major defense programs.  Mort is DoD Financial Management Level 3 Certified as well as Defense Acquisition University Level III Certified in Business Financial Management (BFM), and Business Cost Estimating (BCE). Mort has received several professional awards that includes DoD modeling and simulation award. In his public lectures, Mort stimulates cost culture debates among academia, government and industry leaders and managers. Professor Anvari has repeatedly appeared on the Voice of America live television programs analyzing the politics and economy of the Middle East.


30 Public Service Values

  1. Accountability - To act willingly in justifying and explaining one’s actions to relevant stakeholders

  2. Benevolence - To act in a manner that promotes good and avoids harm for citizens

  3. Collegiality - To act loyally and show solidarity toward one’s colleagues

  4. Courage - To confront fear and act rightly in the face of personal risk

  5. Dedication - To act with diligence, enthusiasm, and perseverance

  6. Effectiveness - To act in a manner that best achieves the desired results

  7. Efficiency - To act in a manner that achieves the desired results using minimal resources

  8. Expertise -To act with competence, skill, and knowledge

  9. Honesty - To act in a truthful manner and to comply with promises

  10. Humaneness - To act in a manner that exhibits respect, compassion, and dignity toward others

  11. Impartiality - To act without prejudice or bias toward particular individuals or groups

  12. Inclusiveness - To act in a manner that includes citizens, customers, and other relevant stakeholders in the decision-making process

  13. Incorruptibility - To act without prejudice or bias in favor of one’s own private interests

  14. Innovativeness - To act with initiative and creativity in introducing new policies or products

  15. Integrity - To act in accordance with relevant moral values and norms

  16. Lawfulness - To act in accordance with existing laws and rules

  17. Obedience - To act in compliance with the instructions of superiors

  18. Organizational Interest -To act in a manner that promotes the organization’s interest

  19. Participative - To act in a manner that promotes active citizen participation in administrative decision making

  20. Pluralism - To act in a manner that seeks to accommodate the interests of a diverse citizenry

  21. Profitability - To act in a manner that achieves financial gains for the organization

  22. Public Interest - To act in a manner that promotes the public interest

  23. Reliability - To act in a manner that is consistent, predictable, and trustworthy

  24. Representative - To act in a manner that is consistent with the values of citizens

  25. Responsiveness - To act in a manner that is in accordance with the preferences of citizens, customers, and other relevant stakeholders

  26. Self-Interest -To act in a manner that promotes the well-being and professional development of the individual

  27. Serviceability - To act in a manner that is helpful and provides quality service to citizens, customers, and other relevant stakeholders

  28. Social Justice - To act in a manner that promotes a fair and just society

  29. Sustainability - To act in a manner that seeks to protect and sustain nature and the environment

  30. Transparency - To act in an manner that is open and visible to citizens, customers, and other relevant stakeholders