Foundations of Federal Administration
Develops a comprehensive understanding of the federal governmental bureaucracy including constitutional and administrative law perspectives, focusing on the essential legislative principles governing federal program origination and management, including the role of social entrepreneurs; studies the broad panorama of the federal bureaucracy, in detail from agency to agency, including an understanding of the particular political and social mechanisms involved in the roles the various governmental agencies play in the field of program design, development, origination and financing. Materials included.
Minimum participants: 5
Maximum participants: 25
Course length: 2 days
Location: Customer's site