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Chapter 15 slideshow-government! Chapter 15 slideshow-government! Presentation Transcript

  • Government at Work: The Bureaucracy
  • Government at Work: The Bureaucracy Created & Presented By: Thea Grier,Jared Kemp, Giovanni Lazu, & Mariah Leon, Krystal Mackie
  • Government at Work: The Bureaucracy
  • Chapter 15Section I & II
  • Chapter 15 Section I & II• Define a bureaucracy.• Identify the major elements of the federal bureaucracy.• Explain how groups within the federal bureaucracy are named.• Describe the difference between a staff agency & a line agency.
  • Chapter 15 Section I & II• Define a bureaucracy. -Describe the Executive Office of the President.• Identify the major elements of the federal bureaucracy. -Explain the duties of the White House Office, The• Explain how groups within National Security Council, the federal bureaucracy are and the Office of named. Homeland Security.• Describe the difference -Identify additional agencies between a staff agency & a in the Executive Office of line agency. the President.
  • Federal Bureaucracy INTRODUCTION
  • Federal Bureaucracy INTRODUCTION• A bureaucracyhandles thecomplex, administrative structure that is a large, everyday business of an organization.• The federal government is the largest of this for a organization in the country and a rational way modern society to conduct its business.• While the lopsided perception of aisbureaucracy an commonly utilized, a bureaucracy essentially is efficient and an effective way to organize people to do work.
  • Federal Bureaucracy INTRODUCTION
  • What Does The Federal Bureaucracy Do?
  • What Does The Federal Bureaucracy Do?• The Federal of interconnected departments andoperates as a system government of the United States agencies to deal with the administration of government programs. Originally, the federal bureaucracy had a modest role, but as the economy and society of the United States changed, additional demands were made on government. The Federal bureaucracy is expected to play an essential role in dealing with social and economic problems in the country.• EXAMPLES: delivering mail,foreign policy, collect practices, conduct American regulating business taxes, and administer Social Security programs.
  • What Does The Federal Bureaucracy Do?
  • PRINCIPLES OF AFEDERAL BUREAUCRACY:
  • PRINCIPLES OF A FEDERAL BUREAUCRACY: •organizations builta on hierarchal A bureaucracy is system of authority, job specialization, and formalized rules which act as implementors. They administer public policy, and has responsibility for some sector of the economy, as designated. 
  • PRINCIPLES OF AFEDERAL BUREAUCRACY:
  • Principle I
  • Principle I•of command distributed fromchain Hierarchal authority: With a the top of the organization to the bottom, the few officials and units at the top of the organization have authority over those officials and units at the larger middle level, who in turn direct the activities of the many at the bottom level.
  • Principle I
  • Principle II
  • Principle II•Job specialization: Eachperson who works for theorganization, hasdesignated duties andresponsibilities to fulfill.
  • Principle II
  • Principle III
  • Principle III•Formalized rules: The bureaucracy doesits work according to a set of establishedregulations.•These three principles help to speedaction by reducing conflicts over who haspower to make decisions, requires eachperson in the organization to focus on aparticular job, and allow workers to actwith some speed.
  • •Formalized rules: The bureaucracy doesits work according to a set of establishedregulations.•These three principles help to speedaction by reducing conflicts over who haspower to make decisions, requires eachperson in the organization to focus on aparticular job, and allow workers to actwith some speed.
  • The Name Game
  • The Name Game• A department isreserved for agencies of cabinet rank.
  • • A department isreserved for agencies of cabinet rank.
  • Titles Used In The Executive Branch
  • Titles Used In The Executive Branch•Executive Branch of a governmentthe their Administration are the officials in & policies & principles.
  • Titles Used In The Executive Branch•Executive Branch of a governmentthe their Administration are the officials in & policies & principles.• Agency is used to refer to any governmental body and also used to identify a major unit headed by a single administrator of near-cabinet status --> Ex. Environmental Protection Agency
  • Titles Used In The Executive Branch•Executive Branch of a governmentthe their Administration are the officials in & policies & principles.• Agency is used to refer to any governmental body and also used to identify a major unit headed by a single administrator of near-cabinet status --> Ex. Environmental Protection Agency• Commission is given to agencies changed with the regulation of business activities.
  • Titles Used In The Executive Branch•governmental bodyrefer to any to Agency is used to and also used identify a major unit headed by a single administrator of near-cabinet status --> Ex. Environmental Protection Agency•Commission is given to agencies changed with the regulation of business activities.
  • Titles Used In The Executive Branch•with the regulation ofto agencies changed Commission is given business activities.
  • Titles Used In The Executive Branch
  • •most often given to those agencies that Corporation/Authority are titles that are conduct business-like activities. They are also headed by a board and manager --> Ex. The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and Tennessee Valley Authority.
  • •most often given to those agencies that Corporation/Authority are titles that are conduct business-like activities. They are also headed by a board and manager --> Ex. The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and Tennessee Valley Authority.•major elements in a often given to the Bureau is the name department-service administration, office, branch, and division are often used for the same purpose.
  • Staff & Line Agencies
  • Staff & Line Agencies• Staff Agency: supports the chief advice & & other administrators by offering executive other assistance in management of the organization.• Lineorganization exists. the tasks for which the Agency: performs• The difference can help you find your way through the complex federal bureaucracy. These units make up any administrative organizations.
  • Staff & Line Agencies
  • The Executive Office of the President (EOP)
  • The Executive Office of the President (EOP)• A complexmost of the President’sseparate advisors staffed by organization of several closest agencies and assistants.• It provides the President with support that he/she needs to govern effectively.• The EOPsupport the President’sby FDR in 1939 in order to was founded/ created duties. He then proposed the idea to the Congress and they approved.• The EOP has responsibilities for tasks ranging from communicating the President’s message to the American people to promoting our trade interest aboard.
  • The Executive Office of the President (EOP)
  • The White House Office (WHO)
  • The White House Office (WHO)• This office contains staff who are immediately around the President himself.
  • The White House Office (WHO)• This office contains staff who are immediately around the President himself.• Though it is with thethe EOP, the such that itofcan relationship part of President is closeness its be considered an entity apart of the EOP.
  • The White House Office (WHO)• This office contains staff who are immediately around the President himself.• Though it is with thethe EOP, the such that itofcan relationship part of President is closeness its be considered an entity apart of the EOP.• The President definesthan roles These members members in it rather the law. played by do not have to be confirmed by Congress.
  • The White House Office (WHO)
  • •The WHO is an administrativeset-up to add the president in hisday-to-day running of the country. They give advice to the Presidentwhen it is requested.
  • •The WHO is an administrativeset-up to add the president in hisday-to-day running of the country. They give advice to the Presidentwhen it is requested.•The employees in the WHO arelocated on the two wings of theWhite House –the East wing andthe West wing.
  • •The employees in the WHO arelocated on the two wings of theWhite House –the East wing andthe West wing.
  • The National Security Council
  • The National Security Council• The NSC to provide him/her with information President meets when they are needed by the on domestic, foreign, and military matters that affect the nations safety. (*this is a staff agency*)
  • The National Security Council• The NSC to provide him/her with information President meets when they are needed by the on domestic, foreign, and military matters that affect the nations safety. (*this is a staff agency*)• The NSC consists ofTreasury, & Defense, & Secretaries of State, the Council, the VP the dir. of the CIA and the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
  • The National Security Council• The NSC to provide him/her with information President meets when they are needed by the on domestic, foreign, and military matters that affect the nations safety. (*this is a staff agency*)• The NSC consists ofTreasury, & Defense, & Secretaries of State, the Council, the VP the dir. of the CIA and the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.• The NSCAct ofestablished by the National Security was 1947.
  • The National Security Council
  • Office of Homeland Security
  • Office of Homeland Security•The most recent agency in the EOP.
  • Office of Homeland Security•The most recent agency in the EOP.•after agency was created by President Bush This 9/11.
  • Office of Homeland Security•The most recent agency in the EOP.•after agency was created by President Bush This 9/11.•the Presidentof this office is entitled to keep The director informed on all the ongoing efforts to protect the country against any/all acts of terrorism.
  • Office of Homeland Security•The most recent agency in the EOP.•after agency was created by President Bush This 9/11.•the Presidentof this office is entitled to keep The director informed on all the ongoing efforts to protect the country against any/all acts of terrorism.• The dir. and his staff work with the new Cabinet-level Department of Homeland Security.
  • Office of Homeland Security
  • Other Units of The EOP andTheir Assistance to the President
  • Other Units of The EOP andTheir Assistance to the President• The Executive Office of the President is not a single agency, but a compound agency made up of over two-dozen separate ones.
  • Other Units of The EOP andTheir Assistance to the President
  • Here are a handful of theagencies involved in the EOP:
  • Here are a handful of the agencies involved in the EOP:• Council of members commissionedsmallthe President only three Economic Advisers: A by council of with the consent of Congress. The CEA is responsible for assisting the President with the Economic Report, to gather information on economic concerns, and to appraise or evaluate the programs and activities of the Federal Government.
  • Here are a handful of the agencies involved in the EOP:• Council of members commissionedsmallthe President only three Economic Advisers: A by council of with the consent of Congress. The CEA is responsible for assisting the President with the Economic Report, to gather information on economic concerns, and to appraise or evaluate the programs and activities of the Federal Government.• Councilof, that’s right youQuality: Theenvironmental charge on Environmental guessed it, CEQ is in safety. The CEQ advises the President of environment issues not only on a national level but on global level to a certain extent as well.
  • Here are a handful of theagencies involved in the EOP:
  • •Domestic Policy Council: The DPC consistsof several offices that all connect to the ideals of domesticity. The Office of National AIDS Policy, the Office of Faith-based and Neighborhood Partnership, the Office of Social Innovation and Civic Participation are all incorporated into the Domestic Policy Council.•Office second most influential council over the is the of Management and Budget: The OMB economy, they help to manage the federal budget each fiscal year, and make a meticulous estimate of federal spending and receipts.
  • The EOP in Relation to Education
  • The EOP in Relation to Education•The EOP connects to education issues through the Council of Economic Advisers and The Office of Management and Budget. The Council of Economic Advisers conduct research involving teens.
  • The EOP in Relation to Education•The EOP connects to education issues through the Council of Economic Advisers and The Office of Management and Budget. The Council of Economic Advisers conduct research involving teens.•their habits. The Office of Managementas Research on behavior in school as well and Budget must incorporate schools into the federal budget for the fiscal year.
  • The EOP in Relation to Education
  • • www.whitehouse.gov
  • • www.whitehouse.gov• http://www.usa.gov/Agencies/Federal/Executive/ EOP.shtml
  • • www.whitehouse.gov• http://www.usa.gov/Agencies/Federal/Executive/ EOP.shtml• http://wps.ablongman.com/ long_edwards_gab_8/0,10654,2190081-,00.html
  • • www.whitehouse.gov• http://www.usa.gov/Agencies/Federal/Executive/ EOP.shtml• http://wps.ablongman.com/ long_edwards_gab_8/0,10654,2190081-,00.html• http://www.hsaj.org/?fullarticle=4.2.1
  • • www.whitehouse.gov• http://www.usa.gov/Agencies/Federal/Executive/ EOP.shtml• http://wps.ablongman.com/ long_edwards_gab_8/0,10654,2190081-,00.html• http://www.hsaj.org/?fullarticle=4.2.1• http://www.whitehouse.gov/administration/eop/nsc
  • • www.whitehouse.gov• http://www.usa.gov/Agencies/Federal/Executive/ EOP.shtml• http://wps.ablongman.com/ long_edwards_gab_8/0,10654,2190081-,00.html• http://www.hsaj.org/?fullarticle=4.2.1• http://www.whitehouse.gov/administration/eop/nsc• http://clinton4.nara.gov/WH/EOP/html/EOP_org.html
  • • www.whitehouse.gov• http://www.usa.gov/Agencies/Federal/Executive/ EOP.shtml• http://wps.ablongman.com/ long_edwards_gab_8/0,10654,2190081-,00.html• http://www.hsaj.org/?fullarticle=4.2.1• http://www.whitehouse.gov/administration/eop/nsc• http://clinton4.nara.gov/WH/EOP/html/EOP_org.html