Congressional mechanisms long lasting profound but

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Congressional mechanisms- long lasting, profound, but difficult, congress gives all of these to the agencies, they make and destroy these agencies and control all of the aspects The owner of the burr. is congress and the president manages. 0. Power of the purse- money 1. Revision of empowering or limiting statutes- 2. Senate approval of certain appointees 3. Threats of hearings and investigations 4. The power to create or destroy agencies 0. Presidential mechanisms- can be undone by congress, or the next Pres. 0. Appointment power 0. “Going native” Read the two short paragraphs on going native. Why is this a common occurrence among presidential appointees? you start off with the Pres interests, but over time you look at your agencies benefits more than the Pres. going native- instead of imposing the Pres. agenda, they come to share the bureaucracies outlook and start to resist the White House the people in office are typically appointed by the previous Pres. and do not agree with the new Pres that came to office. 0. Budget proposal 1. Reorganization of bureaucratic structure 2. Executive orders- cannot contradict congressional laws Bureaucratic Assessment-  agent has the knowledge of the topic, where congress and Pres does not have 0. Inputs- agent needs money and power to get the job done, 1. Outputs- the job the agency does, day to day activities of the agent, inspecting aircraft, sending out checks, what the agent produces 2. Outcomes- how society is affected, the principle doesn’t really know if the agent is doing a good job, they POSSIBLY are doing a good job, but you never know 3. 4. John Kerry is current secretary of state!!!! 5. federal bureaucracy focuses on Executive branch!!! 6. 7.
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