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Examination of state executives' perceptions of state Hatch Acts from a 1988 survey indicates that about two-fifths of those that responded think their present political activity level would increase if existing restrictions on political involvement were relaxed. Those respondents professed a...
Insofar as they can trigger existing accountability mechanisms that otherwise might not have uncovered or pursued administrative wrongdoing, whistleblowers can promote a more responsible public service. It would be both unwise and unfair, however, to rely on whistleblowers as a primary means by...
Recent years have witnessed a surge of interest in strategic planning in the public sector. However, a wide variety of structural arrangements, funding levels, and purposes and objectives are all grouped together under the rubric of strategic planning. This article is the first phase of a...
}This article reports findings from a national survey of county administrators, executives, and commission chairs from counties with an executive or an administrator that indicate counties are battling to meet rising administrative and policy demands with inadequate authority. An examination of...
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