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What kind of public administrative future would you like to see, and what could you do to bring it about?

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Much of the problems of public administration problems are attributed to unwieldy bureaucracy. In future, I would like to see optimal organizational structures, responsibilities, resource requirements, and lines of authority. Further, I would like to a substantial improvement in work quality and responsiveness to citizens. In future, I would like to see more use of information technology for increasing administrative efficiency and organizational effectiveness.

The impact I expect will lead to an improvement in the perception of the government. In future ...

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The response provides you a structured explanation of common problems of public administration . It also gives you the relevant references.

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2) Describe the budgetary levels. Are items budgeted at the department level, program level, other?
3) Describe the long-range spending and short-range spending plans.
4) Which departments/programs receive the largest appropriations?
d. Explain how public policy translates into the government's short-range and long-range spending plans.

Individual - Project Part II - Developing Funding Choices

Using the local government and public policy identified for your project, prepare a paper assessing that government's revenues and examining possible funding options for your public policy implementation. Utilize the comprehensive annual report and budget documents for the government. In this paper you should do the following:
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c. Evaluate how public policy decisions affect the receipt of revenues.
d. Analyze the economic conditions that affect revenue projections.
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Individual - Project Part III - Economic Development Implications

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a. Define enterprise zones and explain the utilization of these zones by your chosen government and the state within which the government exists.
b. Assess how the enterprise zones could be used to enhance the economic development implications of your policy issue.
c. Describe how a cost-benefit analysis of an economic development can be performed.
d. Evaluate incentives that are currently given to developers and other agencies to enhance economic development and rural development projects by the local and the state governments.
e. Evaluate the ethical consequences of the economic development initiative.

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