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In the land of the free, during the war to preserve a government "of the people, by the people and for the people," an unelected bureaucrat boasted of his power to arrest anyone, anywhere, anytime.
They are independent thinkers, creative bureaucrats; their efforts are being encouraged by programs like Teach For America, alternative certification programs like New York City's Teaching Fellows, and leadership training initiatives like the Leadership Academy and Urban Network for Chicago, New York City's Leadership Academy, and San Diego's Institute for Learning.
The Kwakiutl Territorial Fisheries Commission in the North Vancouver Island is one of the First Nations organizations that has experienced bigotry and racism by bureaucrats in the department of Fisheries and Oceans.
The first is to show that during the period of LDP rule there was a shift in recruitment of new politicians from former bureaucrats to the hereditary heirs of departing politicians.
Ruse notes that in the U.S., a historic challenge to the power of the bureaucrats is finally beginning to happen.
The impact of Niskanen's book has not only been deeply felt in academia, particularly in the fields of public administration, economics and political science, but also in government, where many politicians and bureaucrats took to heart the author's basic observations and prescriptions.
The Massachusetts DEP should be honest with the solid waste and recycling industries (which it usually works well with) and say this tax is not to keep DEP employees in necessary and useful jobs that benefit the industry, but an attempt by bureaucrats and legislators to raise money for the general fund without having to risk their jobs by asking the populace for a tax increase.
I would never encourage newsletter marketers to do anything illegal, but I would encourage them to "be prepared" for a visit someday from a bureaucrat of some stripe who is convinced that something you regard as a perfectly ordinary marketing ploy is somehow "fraudulent."
The medical records arrived within 30 minutes and I had discovered a most important truth: Bureaucrats will do anything to avoid responsibility.
(1994), where the commons is man-made and those using the commons are the bureaucrats (and possibly autocrat) charging bribes.
we as a nation would excel when our bureaucrats would consider themselves public servants responsible for efficient and effective public service delivery and when the legislators stop poking their nose in the development portfolio
The NAB chief's assurances to the group - the Punjab bureaucrats - were accompanied by certain measures to lift the spirits and have the officers up and running without any unwanted inhibitions.
'If the bureaucracy will work as per law why the NAB will summon bureaucrats,' the NAB chairman said this while addressing provincial bureaucracy at the Civil Secretariat in Lahore.
PESHAWAR -- Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minster Mahmood Khan Wednesday assured the provincial assembly that the government will take action against the bureaucrats who did not reply to the questions of legislators.