Topic B.2.docx - The executive and bureaucracy Module text book Key interaction Principles Power the capacity to secure the dominance of ones goals or

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The executive and bureaucracy Module text book. Key interaction Principles Power – the capacity to secure the dominance of ones goals or interests. 2 forms of power control and influence. Prime minister and the cabinet pg 40 - Pm and cabinet coworkers possess the power and responsibility for the making and implementing public policy. Determine the political and policy parameters within which the participants in the political system interact. - Provided general framework of policies and for which public servants must devise programs and for which resources must be allocated to the many departments and agencies. - Prime minister – key actor in the central policy making and coordinating institution of government but requires cabinet and central agencies to assist in directing the activities of government. Cabinet Committees pg 42 - Expedite careful decision making and assist in ensuring that control and command of events remain in the hands of senior elected government officials. - Coordinate policies and programs - Allocate human and financial resources - Set priorities and directions for government Cabinet Approval - 46 - Memorandum to cabinet : policy proposals are brought forward by ministers for consideration and approval by their cabinet colleagues. DM provide confidential policy advice to their ministers.

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