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  • Different Government Agencies

    This memo will cover three different Government Agencies. The first agency being covered is the Department of Commerce (DOC). The next agency this memo will cover is the Department of Labor (DOL). The final agency that will be covered is the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). The purpose of this memo is to inform the reader about the role of the three previously mentioned agencies in the business world. First I will give an overview of how the DOC relates to the business world. The DOC “works with businesses, universities, communities, and the Nation’s workers to promote job creation, economic growth, sustainable development, and improved standards of living for Americans.” Through the creation of programs, the DOC hopes to create…

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  • Federal Government: Lean Logistics And Government Agencies

    I. Introduction Today’s global economy, calls for privately owned companies and Government Agencies to identify ways to reduce and/or cut costs through economic efficiencies. Specifically within the Federal Government, several agencies have been tasked with pinpointing areas that have caused a spike in costs. Overall, it is believed that transaction reductions related to logistics and supply chain management to be considered the best viable approach to realizing cost-efficiencies. Privately…

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  • Human Resource Office Case Study

    Mrs. Paramo continues to excel in the use of USA Staffing, a system used to recruit and hire applicants for positions within the agency. The ability…

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  • Ethics Vs Procedural Due Process

    This new regulation was first noticed in 2012 when it was submitted to the office of the federal register at The regulation passed by the FDA like any other regulation can be challenged by due process. There are two types of due process that can challenge an regulation by an administrative agency. These two types are called Procedural…

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  • Program Evaluation Research Paper

    Program Evaluations The program evaluation this writer selected was Kingsbury (2011), which entails evaluation practices for four separate government agencies. I choose this because it encompassed more than one type of program evaluation. Working in a non-profit organization that receives funding from the government and the need to show outcomes it is important to know which questions need to be answered. According to McNamara (2011), the program evaluation is based on what the agency needs…

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  • California Drought Case Study

    the California government code. Under section 8558(b), the threat to the safety of person and property is unceasing. This is due to drought conditions that authorities cannot handle. The section 8567 enables Governor to develop or amend orders and regulations to make provisions. Section 8572 gives authorization to utilize any private property. Under section 8571, the Governor describes that following the regulations mentioned in the executive order will reduce the severity of the drought. Ans. 2…

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  • Case Study: Alaimo V. Thompsonville Fire And EMS Department

    political ambivalence and poor employee management practices allowing for an untoward action against an employee (Varone, 2015). The case involves violation of Constitutional Rights related to the First and Fourteenth Amendments due to free speech and religious believe discrimination, EEOC Title VII Civil Rights Acts, based on retaliation from political pretenses toward the Kelvin Cochran, due to his religious beliefs, although Cochran never took and discrimination against employees he was…

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  • The Dangers Of Cryptography And Encryption

    billion years to crack the 128-bit AES key using brute force attack. This is more than the age of the universe (13.75 billion years).” This statistic reveals a frightening truth: nobody, not even law enforcement or government agencies, can break encryption. When confronted with this alarming truth, many people come to realize how dangerous encryption can be. Because encryption is publicly available, criminals of all kinds are able to use encryption to keep their communications, plans, and…

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  • Hsc Crane Strategic Decision Making Case

    Courty and Gerald Marschke encountered this process as they studied a federal job-training program in their article, Making Government Accountable: Lessons from a Federal Job Training Program. They found that after a federal agency created performance measures, the employees learned how to game the measures. The agency would learn of the gaming and reform the measures, to which the employees found other gaming tactics (Courty & Marschke, 2007). It is from their study that NSWC Crane should be…

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  • Federal Government Agencies: Non Monetary Reward

    Federal government agencies has non-monetary reward called 59 minutes, in which supervisors or management has the discretion to determine that employees can have 59 minutes of approved administrative leave. The rewards can be awarded for a number of reasons, such as rewards for good performance or even used around significant holidays, such as Thanksgiving and Christmas. Another non-monetary reward used in the federal government employment are the years of service awards. This is an…

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