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PolS 101 Notes Feb24

by: Rockie Russell

PolS 101 Notes Feb24 Pol_S 101 American National Government

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American National Governement
Brenden Higashi

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Notes from Feb 24. Feb 26 not included due to it being a test day.
American National Governement
Brenden Higashi
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Rockie Russell on Friday February 27, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to Pol_S 101 American National Government at Washington State University taught by Brenden Higashi in Winter2015. Since its upload, it has received 88 views.


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Date Created: 02/27/15
Poly Sci 101American Politics The Bureaucracy 224 1883 Pendleton Act Declared that the bureaucracy must have imposed regulations Three major movements in the bureaucracy 0 Progressive 0 New Deal 0 Reagan s Revolution Hiringfiring rules regarding the bureaucracy s members affect the amount of oversight to which bureaucrats are subjected Bureaucratic structure is often politically driven 23rds of the federal budget is mandatory spending Civil Service Regulation 0 Higher level jobs are awarded to those with good qualifications experience and education 0 A civil servant can t be fired without a good reason after a three year tenure Limits on Political Activity 0 Hatch act Prohibits federal workers from engaging in politics White House staffers are exempt from these regulations Appointees The president exercises control over the bureaucracy by placing his people in charge of the subdivisions Lawmakers determine how to gain benefits of bureaucratic expertise Monitoring and oversight 0 Police patrol oversight Congress constantly checks the bureaucracy to make sure it s being efficient 0 Fire alarm oversight Congress responds to complaints within the bureaucracy


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