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The Federal Bureaucracy: Administering the GovernmentChapter 13
Federal Administration: Form, Personnel, and ActivitiesStructure of the Federal bureaucracy Cabinet departments Independent agencies Regulatory agencies Government corporations Presidential commissions © 2009 McGraw-Hill Higher Education. All rights reserved.
Federal Administration: Form, Personnel, and ActivitiesFederal employment 2,500,000 civilian employees More than 90% hired by merit criteria The Federal bureaucracy’s policy responsibilities © 2009 McGraw-Hill Higher Education. All rights reserved.
Number of Civilian Federal Employees© 2009 McGraw-Hill Higher Education. All rights reserved.
Development of the Federal Bureaucracy: Politics & AdministrationSmall government and the patronage system Growth in government and the merit system Big government and the executive leadership system © 2009 McGraw-Hill Higher Education. All rights reserved.
The Bureaucracy’s Power ImperativeThe agency point of view Top bureaucrats promoted “in house” High loyalty to agency mission Sources of bureaucratic power Expertise Client groups Friends in high places © 2009 McGraw-Hill Higher Education. All rights reserved.
Bureaucratic AccountabilityThrough the Presidency Reorganization Appointments Executive budget Through the Congress Congressional budget Oversight GAO and CBO © 2009 McGraw-Hill Higher Education. All rights reserved.
Bureaucratic AccountabilityThrough the Courts Within the bureaucracy itself Whistle-blowing Demographic representativeness © 2009 McGraw-Hill Higher Education. All rights reserved.
Reinventing Government?Leaner and more responsive administration Distributed decision making through empowerment The National Performance Review Practical limits on streamlining © 2009 McGraw-Hill Higher Education. All rights reserved.
Chapter 13 The Federal Bureaucracy. United States Department of Interior.
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The Federal Bureaucracy: Administering the Government
THE BUREAUCRACY MR. LIPMAN’S AP GOVERNMENT POWERPOINT FOR CHAPTER NINE.
THE BUREAUCRACY The Rule Making Institutions Which carry out the laws.
Unit IV: Institutions Ch. 15: The Bureaucracy. Review: Structure of the American Bureaucracy Executive Branch Agencies: 1. White House Office: 2. Executive.
Chapter 13 THE Bureaucracy. The US Bureaucracy / Definition- collection of appointed and mostly non-appointed officials that carry out laws that are passed.
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Issue Networks. The executive branch (a review) Cabinet Departments Cabinet Departments Other agencies Other agencies Independent regulatory commissions.
Bureaucracy. What is it? What is bureaucracy? –Hierarchical authority –Job specialization –Formal rules.
The Federal Bureaucracy Chapter 15. Introduction Classic conception of bureaucracy (Max Weber) – Hierarchical authority structure – Uses task specialization.
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Chap 15 What Is a Bureaucracy?
Chapter 15 section1: The Federal Bureaucracy
Chapter 9 Federal Bureaucracy. The US Bureaucracy / Definition- collection of appointed and mostly non-appointed officials that carry out laws that are.
Chapter 16 The Bureaucracy
Federal Bureaucracy Jeopardy. This system of patronage involves the firing of administrative personnel not loyal to the new president’s party to reward.
Executive Cabinet. Cabinet – group of advisors to the President that includes all of the heads of the 15 top-level executive departments First Lady.
Presidential Advisers and Executive Agencies
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