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Accessing Accountability in Public Administration

1. Why is accountability important in public administration?

2. Often it is easy to identify public officials and public administrators who have acted poorly in their positions due to the news coverage. It is important to know how not to perform, and how to perform appropriately in a given profession. Identify any living or historical figure (or professional) that demonstrates, or has demonstrated, effective honorable and ethical practices. Describe how that person exemplified an honorable and ethical image. What can you learn from that person to apply to your own image as a public administrator?

Your response should be at least 200 words in length

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1. Accountability is important in public administration because it is a bulwark against abuse of power and ...

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