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Should the United States Senate eliminate the Legislative Filibuster? If yes, Wh

Should the United States Senate eliminate the Legislative Filibuster? If yes, Why? If no, Why not? What if anything, does the history of the filibuster teach us about the present and future impact of such a decision? This assignment is a Research Assignment. You must research academic journals, think tank publications, findlaw.com, articles from major newspapers and other reputable sources. (Wikipedia is NOT a credible academic source.) Along with substantive analysis, your papers should reflect what you believe I need…

Assignment Overview In defining and addressing an issue in the realm of public a

Assignment Overview In defining and addressing an issue in the realm of public administration, it is essential to study and understand the proper theoretical framework that is related to that issue. In this first assignment, you will introduce the nature of your public administration topical area, define the central issue, and apply a theoretical framework related to the central issue. You will align the perspective to the theoretical framework within its topical area. This assignment will introduce you to theories…

For this assignment, you will apply your analysis to the creation of a managemen

For this assignment, you will apply your analysis to the creation of a management plan from my previous paper assigned to you. For the purpose of this course, a management plan is an approach to engage action with your topical area of concern based on key analysis of evaluative criteria pertaining to this area of public administration and management. The aim of this plan is to help you organize your insights from your review of the literature concerning how this…

Unit III Scholarly Activity Mission Statement Presentation In this assignment, s

Unit III Scholarly Activity Mission Statement Presentation In this assignment, select a public sector organization or nonprofit organization that you currently work for or with, have previously worked for or with, or have a special interest in, and assume that you are involved with the strategic planning process for that organization. You are still in the initial stages; however, your team has been tentatively assembled, and you have agreed upon resource allocations, performance measures, and short-term goals. At this point,…

Now that you have had a chance to review the sources in the lesson, let’s look m

Now that you have had a chance to review the sources in the lesson, let's look more closely at the FOIA.gov site. ( https://www.foia.gov/data.html) There is a data function where you can generate statistics from different departments by filling in a few simple criteria. Go to FOIA.gov. Select any type of report, select your agency, leave it on the most recent information year and generate your report. It will appear below the form. Share your criteria and your results with…

( 825 words) So What? Is managing information important to me as an elected or a

( 825 words) So What? Is managing information important to me as an elected or appointed public official, administrator, citizen, or other public sector stakeholder? Why or why not? If so, Now What? What actions am I going to take that will maximize my effectiveness in managing information to improve public services? How will I stay current on emerging technologies that may have potential for improving public sector services? What principles will guide me in sifting through data and analyzing…

•    Discuss and analyze Ethics in Data Use as Cited by the American Institute o

•    Discuss and analyze Ethics in Data Use as Cited by the American Institute of Certified Planners. •    Discuss and analyze Descriptive Ethical Issues involved in misusing statistics, statistical methods, and data (e.g., What ethical issues can occur?) •    Discuss and analyze Analytical Ethical Issues involved in misusing statistics, statistical methods, and data (e.g., Why is do ethical issues occur?) •    Discuss and analyze Prescriptive Ethical Issues involved in misusing statistics, statistical methods, and data (e.g., What can be done…

inal Essay Exam (10 Pts.) The Final Essay Exam requires you to think back throug

inal Essay Exam (10 Pts.) The Final Essay Exam requires you to think back through the public administration concepts covered during the semester, critically analyze what you have learned, and analyze how the concepts are (or are not) relevant to your own experience. We covered the context, nature and structure of public administration in America, management and leadership of public organizations, functions of public management, challenges and prospects in a turbulent future ahead in public administration. As we near the…

***Turabian (Author-Date) Style the final essays will require students to conduc

***Turabian (Author-Date) Style the final essays will require students to conduct research of both web-based and peer reviewed journals to support the essay responses. There are three essay questions and students will have to use our textbooks as well as other external sources as part of the assignment. Researching key ideas is helpful for students to familiarize themselves with web-based sources and peer reviewed journals that address public service ethics topics. use articles from scholarly journals and websites to research…

1.    Identify best practices for the promotion of diversity/cultural competency

1.    Identify best practices for the promotion of diversity/cultural competency in Harvard University.  Where do these best practices originate?  What practices would you add? 2.    Research how Harvard University emphasizes diversity/cultural competency.  Do they have a plan to integrate these concepts in their organization?  Do they research diversity/cultural competency in their organization?  Do they have some type of office for issues of diversity/cultural competency?  Do they abide by the best practices identified in step 1 of the NASPAA Standards? 3.   …