Based on the readings from State and Local Government this week, review and summarize how each issue is managed at the state and local levels.
Legal DocumentsState Archives also has responsibility to review, approve, dispose or transfer any legal documents that are no longer in need of by the agency. Provides necessary training for managing legal documents and provides technical assistance for state agencies. Legal documents contain information used to sustain communication, support decision making, confirm entitlement and ensure accountability. The State government has a responsibility to manage records and serve the best interest of the public (Saffell, D, 2010.). Promote and support a program for the well controlled and organize system for legal documents. Including the identification and appropriate administration of records. Coordinate legal disposition and destruction of obsolete records. Each local government has one office that is designated as records management officer (Saffell, D, 2010.)
MandatesImpose cost on local government but do not provide state funding for compliance. Review process for the Education Department and Judiciary (Saffell, D, 2010.) Inadequate funding and underfunded mandates requirement placed on counties as they manage county jails and probation programs. Have procurement authority and flexibility allowing purchases from federal, state and local government (Saffell, D, 2010.) Political Parties“Political Parties are important to democratic societies because they help to link citizen to their government. Political parties perform key tasks in a democratic and republican society, such as aggregating and articulating needs and problems as identified by members and supporters. Socializing, educating voters and citizens on how the political and electoral systems function. Prepare forces for action. Organize the citizen to participate in political decisions...