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    method of accountability should be mechanistic and not one followed simply by rules and procedures. O’Loughlin on the other hand interjects that there is a need of responsiveness by the government to local needs and demands and the members of the public are customers that enforce their sanctions through political processes. Mulgan states that responsiveness and accountability have two different meanings and should therefore not be linked; a government being more responsive does not mean they should be more accountable. What is…

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    thousands of pubic of governmental officials and same to private and non-private agencies who bring changes in federalism and intergovernmental affiliation. Also, the article provides the issue of contingent collaboration as the best ultimate solution for the…

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    The intention is to confirm the standards required in social care and ensure that workers know what standards of conduct employers, colleagues, service users, carers and the public expect of them. I implement these by giving all of my staff a copy of the codes of practice as part of their induction package. The Code of Practice for Employers of Social Care Workers sets down the responsibilities of employers in the regulation of social care workers. The code requires that employers adhere to…

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    The government also established the contemporary Youth Justice System and the Youth Justice Board a non-departmental public body, which was given the overall responsibility for the youth justice and creates interdisciplinary working including with police, social services working within a framework to end youth offending. The (CDA) placed a statutory responsibility on all those who work with the youth justice system. Whereby agencies including children services to creates action plan for…

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    Liability of Public Executives: Implications for Practice in Personnel Administration. Review of Public Personnel Administration 1, Fall. Bartley Hildreth, author of this article, holds a B.A. Political Science from University of Alabama, M.P.A. from Auburn University at Montgomery, and a Ph.D from University of Georgia. When this article was published in 1980, Hildreth had just completed his Ph.D. In this paper, I summarize the article and offer comments about selected aspects, identify any…

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    Farmer cooperatives from now on referred to as agricultural cooperatives, social welfare enterprises, private educational institutions and private non-enterprise units referred to below. Due to the different legal forms of various social enterprises in the ownership, tax relief, profit distribution, governance, etc. have different characteristics. First of all, in the ownership of commercial enterprises, social welfare enterprises and private education institutions with the nature of the…

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    Definition CPA stands for Certified Public Accountant. It is the designation of eligible accountants in several countries around world. In United States CPAs need to pass Uniform Certified Public Accountant Examination and have to meet additional state education and experience requirements for membership in the professional accounting bodies and certification as under requirements for being a CPA. There requirements necessitate CPAs to continue professional education and have to gain work…

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    e-commerce, economics, entrepreneurship, finance, general management, health care administration, human resources management, insurance, international business, marketing, production/operations management, public policy, real estate, and quantitative analysis/statistics and operations research. Wharton’s 20 research centers and initiatives reflect the diversity and depth of research interests and activity at the School. Based on publications in 24 of the world's leading peer-reviewed journals,…

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    Prevention strategies that violate civil rights undermine trust, or compromise police legitimacy, intentional or not, are counterproductive (The President's Task Force on 21st Century Policing, 2015). Reinforcing community engagement for collaboration on crime prevention strategies is an important part of the processes put in place to decrease criminal activity. Community leaders and police agencies agree that improvement in police legitimacy and trust is required to counteract the effects of…

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    working alone. Since no public safety agency operates in a vacuum, engaging system stakeholders in change efforts helps eliminate barriers, increases opportunities for success, enriches the change process, educates stakeholders about the agency’s work, and creates a shared vision that supports the systemic change efforts (Feely,…

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