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Unformatted text preview: Module IV: The Institutional Module IV: The Institutional Presidency Presidency Lecture 13: The Administrative Presidency and the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) The Administrative Presidency The Administrative Presidency The Administrative Presidency The Administrative Presidency The Administrative Presidency The Administrative Presidency : : A model of policy leadership through direct bureaucratic direct bureaucratic intervention intervention The Administrative Presidency The Administrative Presidency The Administrative Presidency The Administrative Presidency : : A model of policy leadership through direct bureaucratic direct bureaucratic intervention intervention A set of unilateral unilateral techniques for making government policy more responsive to presidential preferences For achieving policy change through the political political control of the bureaucracy control of the bureaucracy The Administrative Presidency The Administrative Presidency The Administrative Presidency The Administrative Presidency : : A model of policy leadership through direct bureaucratic direct bureaucratic intervention intervention A set of unilateral unilateral techniques for making government policy more responsive to presidential preferences For achieving policy change through the political political control of the bureaucracy control of the bureaucracy A strategy for achieving policy change without without seeking statutory change seeking statutory change through Congress through Congress The Administrative Presidency The Administrative Presidency Last lecture Last lecture : WHOP and strategic personnel recruitment, as one technique for politicizing decentralized decentralized rulemaking and enforcement processes Selecting loyal and ideologically committed presidential appointees Sending out to manage the day-to-day operations of the federal bureaucracy The Administrative Presidency The Administrative Presidency Todays lecture Todays lecture : OMB and centralized centralized oversight of the federal bureaucracy Strengthening control at the top (inside the White House): The concept of clearance (or gatekeeping) Centralized White House review of: Department/agency budget and program requests to Congress Rule-making actions of federal regulatory agencies (like EPA and OSHA) Explanation for the Rise of the Explanation for the Rise of the Administrative Presidency Administrative Presidency Closing the expectations/performance gap Explanation for the Rise of the Explanation for the Rise of the Administrative Presidency Administrative Presidency Closing the expectations/performance gap Presidents are held accountable for the performance of government Public expectations : Are you better off than you were four years ago? The escalation of presidential promises Explanation for the Rise of the Explanation for the Rise of the...
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