By David Rosenbloom
Rosenbloom indicates how those 1946 adjustments within the congressional position in public management laid the foundation for destiny significant legislative acts, together with the liberty of data Act (1966), privateness Act (1974), govt within the Sunshine Act (1976), bureaucracy aid Acts (1980, 1995), leader monetary officials Act (1990), and Small company Regulatory equity Enforcement Act (1996). each one of those acts, etc, has contributed to the legislative-centered public management that Congress has shaped during the last 50 years.
This first book-length learn of the topic presents a complete rationalization of the institutional pursuits, values, and common sense in the back of the modern position of Congress in federal management and makes an attempt to maneuver the general public management box past condemning legislative "micromanagement" to figuring out why Congress values it.
2001 Louis Brownlow Award from the nationwide Academy of Public Administration
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Building a Legislative-Centered Public Administration: Congress and the Administrative State, 1946-1999 by David Rosenbloom