PA582 problem with government

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PA582 problem with government
(TCO H) A problem with government, some might say, is that once an agency…

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PA582 problem with government

PA582 problem with government

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(TCO H) A problem with government, some might say, is that once an agency is established to implement a new public policy, that entity may continue to exist year-after-year without evaluation as to its continuing relevance. A “sunset provision” when an agency is created may help to overcome this potential issue. Please define or otherwise explain the term “sunset provision” in the context of the creation of an agency. Also, explain how such a provision may help the public. (Points : 30)

Sunset provisions, as noted earlier, are another manifestation of the desire to hold public administrators accountable. From the managerial…