PA 582 Policy Process

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PA 582 Policy Process
What is meant by the term “policy process”?  Who might be viewed as stakeholders on a federal policy issue…

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PA 582 Policy Process

PA 582 Policy Process

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What is meant by the term “policy process”?  Who might be viewed as stakeholders on a federal policy issue?  To what extent do you feel that the stakeholders should have a say in the process of setting policy? Why have public administrators gained authority, independence and influence in policy making?  Is this a good thing? Class: As we continue to establish why public administrators have authority and influence, let’s shift the discussion a bit.  What has our political and legal system done to try to curb this trend?…

The public policy process is a six-stage process that includes the following: problem identification, agenda setting, policy making, budgeting, implementation, and evaluation.  Stakeholders can be the general public or groups that are affected by a change in policy.  Usually it is a specific group since most laws and policy changes do not affect the general public.  For the most part, the stakeholders should only influence the policy process by voicing opinion and voting. By giving more say, the process will take even longer than it does now…