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Many within the professional bureaucracy led by State Department diplomats, intelligence analysts and Pentagon generals are likely to echo these themes.
ISLAMABAD -- A capable, motivated and professional bureaucracy has played an instrumental role in economic growth and overall prosperity in many countries.
ISLAMABAD -- A capable, motivated and professional bureaucracy has played an instrumental role in economic growth and overall prosperity in many countries and civil officers in Pakistan should facilitate private sector in promoting business activities by resolving its key issues that would help in accelerating economic growth of the country.
ISLAMABAD: A capable, motivated and professional bureaucracy has played an instrumental role in economic growth and overall prosperity in many countries.
Instead of running to their padrino in times of need, citizens can rely on services rendered by a professional bureaucracy. This gives them chances to succeed in life.
His answer was that the Philippines lacked a professional bureaucracy.
We need to look into the extent of the central government's influence on the affairs of the region, the dynamics between the professional bureaucracy and the traditional and political elites, the existence of an informal or "shadow" economy, and the impact of a local culture that gives importance to the interest of clans and social hierarchies.
Japan has had corruption scandals, but generally its culture and its professional bureaucracy put a premium on honesty and the judicious use of people's money.
LAHORE: In this author's last piece in these pages, it was suggested that our former colonial rulers had brought the extraordinary innovations of a professional military and a professional bureaucracy to the Subcontinent.
Following this perspective, this papers aims to situate the organizational mechanisms that influence the implementation of public policies within the scope of Brazilian social security, which includes health, as a special attention to the intervention of the medical professional bureaucracy.
This does not hold water for two reasons: One, while some state agencies are overstaffed, many are understaffed, casting doubt on the policies that subsequent governments are pursuing in terms of wanting to build a professional bureaucracy. Public sector reform that addresses tasks, salaries, and merit criteria is sorely needed.
The t-value for structure of professional bureaucracy was 7.2, which was significant at [alpha] = 0.05.
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