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Part I: Instructions: Use Short Answer Essays, Graphic Organizers/Diagrams, or Bullet Outlines to demonstrate your understanding of the following:

1. The Nature of Bureaucracy
2. The Size of the Bureaucracy
3. The Organization of the Federal Bureaucracy
4. Staffing the Bureaucracy
5. Modern Attempts at Bureaucratic Reform
6. Bureaucrats as Politicians and Policymakers
7. Congressional Control of the Bureaucracy

Part II: Investigating: The Bureaucracy --Give a brief description of the each cabinet department (15)

Part III: The Bureaucracy --Give a brief description of 10 independent executive agencies

Bureaucracy Assignment

Part I: Instructions: Use Short Answer Essays, Graphic Organizers/Diagrams, or Bullet Outlines to demonstrate your understanding of the following:

1. The Nature of Bureaucracy
2. The Size of the Bureaucracy
3. The Organization of the Federal Bureaucracy
4. Staffing the Bureaucracy
5. Modern Attempts at Bureaucratic Reform
6. Bureaucrats as Politicians and Policymakers
7. Congressional Control of the Bureaucracy

Part II: Investigating: The Bureaucracy --Give a brief description of the each cabinet department (15)

Part III: The Bureaucracy --Give a brief description of 10 independent executive agencies

Bureaucracy Assignment

Part I: Instructions: Use Short Answer Essays, Graphic Organizers/Diagrams, or Bullet Outlines to demonstrate your understanding of the following:

1. The Nature of Bureaucracy
2. The Size of the Bureaucracy
3. The Organization of the Federal Bureaucracy
4. Staffing the Bureaucracy
5. Modern Attempts at Bureaucratic Reform
6. Bureaucrats as Politicians and Policymakers
7. Congressional Control of the Bureaucracy

Part II: Investigating: The Bureaucracy --Give a brief description of the each cabinet department (15)

Part III: The Bureaucracy --Give a brief description of 10 independent executive agencies

Bureaucracy Assignment

Part I: Instructions: Use Short Answer Essays, Graphic Organizers/Diagrams, or Bullet Outlines to demonstrate your understanding of the following:

1. The Nature of Bureaucracy
2. The Size of the Bureaucracy
3. The Organization of the Federal Bureaucracy
4. Staffing the Bureaucracy
5. Modern Attempts at Bureaucratic Reform
6. Bureaucrats as Politicians and Policymakers
7. Congressional Control of the Bureaucracy

Part II: Investigating: The Bureaucracy --Give a brief description of the each cabinet department (15)

Part III: The Bureaucracy --Give a brief description of 10 independent executive agencies

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
After students have read and studied this chapter, they should be able to: • Explain the differences between private and public bureaucracies. • Identify the models of bureaucracy.
• Explain how the bureaucracy has developed throughout our history. • Identify the types of governmental organizations in the federal bureaucracy and distinguish between functions and responsibilities (including Cabinet departments, independent executive agencies, independent regulatory commissions and government corporations). • Identify the legislation controlling political activity by the bureaucracy (the Civil Service Reform Act of 1883 and the Hatch Act). • Explain Congressional control on bureaucracies, including enabling legislations and budgetary authorization. • Identify the recent reforms within the federal civil service. o Sunshine laws

o Sunset laws
o Whistle-blowers
• Explain the iron triangle model of the bureaucracy and the role of executive agencies, subcommittees and interest groups.

TOPICS FOR DISCUSSION
How necessary is bureaucracy? If we can agree that individuals need rules and regulations to live together, then there must also be a bureaucracy. Rules and regulations are meaningless unless they are administered; the bureaucracy is necessary for the administration. An example...
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