Valuing Bureaucracy The Case for Professional Government

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9781316629666
Nombre del producto:
Valuing Bureaucracy The Case for Professional Government
Fecha de edición:
1 jun. 2017
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Autor:
Verkuil, Paul
Idioma:
Español
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1ª Edición, Junio 2017 Editorial Cambridge University Press SINOPSIS To be effective, government must be run by professional managers. When decisions that should be taken by government officials are delegated to private contractors without adequate oversight, the public interest is jeopardized. Verkuil uses his inside perspectives on government performance and accountability to examine the tendencies at both the federal and state levels to 'deprofessionalize' government. Viewing the turn to contractors and private sector solutions in ideological and functional terms, he acknowledges that the problem cannot be solved without meaningful civil service reforms that make it easier to hire, incent and, where necessary, fire career employees and officials. The indispensable goal is to revitalize bureaucracy so it can continue to competently deliver essential services. By highlighting the leadership that already exists in the career ranks, Verkuil senses a willingness, or even eagerness, to make government, like America, great again. Examines the effects of outsourcing government functions The author brings an insider perspective after five years in the Obama administration Includes extensive interviews providing further perspective and evidence of argument

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