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Consider: Which parts of the Bucy are the “doers”, and which parts are the “advisors”?. Homework : Assignment 15 for Friday. Organization of the Bureaucracy. Chapter 8 AP Government and Politics. The Modern Bureaucracy. 8.2. Who Are Bureaucrats? Formal Organization

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consider which parts of the bucy are the doers and which parts are the advisors
Consider: Which parts of the Bucy are the “doers”, and which parts are the “advisors”?

Homework: Assignment 15 for Friday

organization of the bureaucracy

Organization of the Bureaucracy

Chapter 8

AP Government and Politics

the modern bureaucracy
The Modern Bureaucracy

8.2

  • Who Are Bureaucrats?
  • Formal Organization
  • Government Workers and Political Involvement
who are bureaucrats
Who Are Bureaucrats?

8.2

  • Over 3 million federal workers
  • Covered by the Civil Service System
      • 90-percent of federal employees
  • Not covered by the Civil Service System
      • 10-percent of federal employees
      • Appointive policy-making positions (under-secretaries; Senate confirmation)
      • IRC Commissioners (appointed by Prez)
      • Low-level, nonpolicy political appointees (assistants)
    • Work force diverse but Hispanics are underrepresented
    • Turnover and graying are issues
formal organization of the bureaucracy
Formal Organization of the Bureaucracy

8.2

  • Cabinet departments (60%)
    • (cabinet agencies, for lack of a better term)
  • Independent executive agencies
    • Independent of a cabinet department (for various reasons)
  • Independent regulatory commissions
    • Independent for specific purposes
  • Government corporations
    • Most recent addition
    • Different from all of these
government workers and political involvement
Government Workers and Political Involvement

8.2

  • As number of fed employees grows, some fear their influence in federal elections the influence of party on the actions of the bucy
  • Hatch Act (1939)
      • Limits federal employees’ political activities
      • Can’t become involved in political campaigns
  • Amendments to Hatch Act
      • Rules relaxed somewhat; allowed to run for office in nonpartisan campaigns, contribute money, and campaign for or against candidates, but not during work hours
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