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APAG Ch. 14 – The Bureaucracy. According to Max Weber, a bureaucracy should be an organization where decisions are based on ________ and _______. . Logic and analysis. What kind of organization does the Weberian Model advocate?. A hierarchical model with a rational decision making process.

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According to Max Weber, a bureaucracy should be an organization where decisions are based on ________ and _______.
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Within a bureaucracy the units of organization are divided according to the _________ and ______ of the employees.
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_________ is the name given to a large organization, structured hierarchically, that carries out specific functions.
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What has happened to the number of civilian federal government employees for the past several decades?
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The Securities and Exchange Commission, the Environmental Protection Agency, and the Nuclear Regulatory Commission are all examples of __________ agencies.
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Compared to governmental bureaucracies in other countries, the federal bureaucracy in the U.S. enjoys a greater degree of _________ than in most other countries.
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The ________ model of bureaucracy states that bureaucracies are not competitive and are therefore inefficient.
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The ________ model of bureaucracy states that bureaucracies seek expanded budgets and increased size.
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Independent regulatory agencies, cabinet departments, government corporations, and independent executive agencies.
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With respect to the federal government, an administrative unit that is directly accountable to the president is called a(n) __________.
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The Cabinet departments, in terms of organization are directly accountable to __________.
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The function of the _______ is to make and implement rules and regulations in a particular sector of the economy.
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Independent regulatory agencies are independent because they are administered independently of _______.
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Health and Human Services, Housing and Urban Development, and Interior are examples of ________.
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The CIA, the General Services Administration and the National Science Foundations are examples of _______.
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The ________ refers to the selection and promotion of government employees on the basis of examinations.
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The “__________” refers to a small ruling clique of the state’s best citizens based on birth, wealth, and ablility.
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The act of gaining control over agency personnel and decision makers by the industry that is being regulated is called ___________.
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Amtrak, the U.S. Postal Service, and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) are examples of __________.
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The Federal Reserve, the SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission), and the Federal Commission are all examples of __________.
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The _______ prohibits federal employees from active involvement in political campaigns.
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The ________ created the Office of Personnel Management and the Merit Systems Protection Board while abolishing the Civil Service Commission.
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The “_________” required that all multi-headed federal agencies conduct their business regularly in public session.
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The ________ requires federal agencies to disclose any information on file about an individual, if the individual requests information.
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________ requires the termination of a program unless Congress has reauthorized the program.
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The concept of ______ refers to the replacement of government services with services provided by private firms.
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The ________ is an alliance of mutual benefit along some unit within the bureaucracy, its interest group, and committees in Congress.
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With negotiated rulemaking, what has federal agencies begun encouraging businesses and public interest groups to become directly involved in?
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A statute enacted by Congress that authorizes the creation of an administrative agency is called ________.
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The FTC, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Commission) were all created by ______.
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The creation of the Office of Special Counsel which provides for the investigations of complaints of waste was created by _________.
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A “_______” is someone who brings to public attention gross governmental inefficiency or illegal action.
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______ are groups of individuals that support a particular position on a specific issue and form an alliance between scholars, interest groups, executive agencies and Congressional subcommittees.
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A major control that Congress has over the federal bureaucracy is the authority to extend or limit ________.