Feb 14 - Policymaking Process Implementation and Evaluation Spring 2008

Feb 14 - Policymaking Process Implementation and Evaluation Spring 2008

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Unformatted text preview: 1 The Policymaking Process Implementation and Evaluation 2 Policy Implementation Ingram carrying out a prior decision; after policy adoption and before routinization of operations, activities, and tasks that are governed by the policy Fesler and Kettl the execution of laws; focuses on the interaction between the setting of goals and the actions geared to achieving them; concentration on programs and the results they produce 3 Policy Implementation Denhardt policy implementation is the action phase of the processonce plans have been made and policies decided upon, you must put them into operation. Financial and human resources must be allocated and mobilized, organizational structures and systems must be devises, and internal policies and procedures must be developed. During implementation, you may be involved in issuing and enforcing directives, disbursing funds, awarding grants and contracts, analyzing programmatic and operational problems, taking corrective action, and negotiating with citizens, business, and those in other public and nonprofit organizations. 4 Policy Implementation Jones implementation is that set of activities directed toward putting a program into affect: 1) organizationestablishing or rearranging resources, units, and methods for putting a program into effect; 2) interpretation translation of program language into acceptable and feasible plans and directives; 3) applicationroutine provision of services, payments, or agreed upon program objectives or instruments 5 Policy Implementation Bardach the implementation process is a process of assembling the elements required to produce a particular programmatic outcome and the playing out of a number of loosely interrelated games whereby these elements are withheld from or delivered to the...
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This note was uploaded on 11/21/2009 for the course PPD 225 taught by Professor Lewis during the Spring '07 term at USC.

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Feb 14 - Policymaking Process Implementation and Evaluation Spring 2008

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