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17 terms
Government Bureaucracy
The bureaucracy of the federal governm…
Which period in American history is mo…
The typical bureaucracy is characteriz…
The federal government agency specific…
during the Great Depression.
the late nineteenth century
individual flexibility.
Transportation Security Administration.
The bureaucracy of the federal governm…
during the Great Depression.
Which period in American history is mo…
the late nineteenth century
26 terms
Government - Bureaucracy
Executive level departments
pendleton act
iron triangle
issue network
The Cabinet offices
Passed in 1883, an act that created a federal civil service s…
AKA subgovernments, a mutually dependent, mutually advantageo…
an alliance of various interest groups and individuals who un…
Executive level departments
The Cabinet offices
pendleton act
Passed in 1883, an act that created a federal civil service s…
10 terms
Government Bureaucracy
What is a bureaucracy?
What are bureaucrats?
What are the 5 functions of bureaucrats?
What is the Quasi-Judicial powers and…
A complex, hierarchically arranged organization composed of m…
They help keeps us safe, make sure we aren't in harms way, an…
1. Implement the Law... 2. Provide Expertise... 3. Provide Research…
They can't put people in jail but can put them on public tria…
What is a bureaucracy?
A complex, hierarchically arranged organization composed of m…
What are bureaucrats?
They help keeps us safe, make sure we aren't in harms way, an…
53 terms
Government Bureaucracy
Bureaucracy
Job of the Bureaucracy
Bureaucrat
Bureaucrat
The system of civil servants and political appointees who imp…
job of..... To implement policies established by congressional a…
A career government employee
experts in specific areas, like overseeing political feedback…
Bureaucracy
The system of civil servants and political appointees who imp…
Job of the Bureaucracy
job of..... To implement policies established by congressional a…
26 terms
Government- Bureaucracy
The Department of _______ has the larg…
What is the largest cabinet department
Ar independent agencies more or less s…
What are some examples
Health and Human Services
Department of defense
More
CIA, NASA
The Department of _______ has the larg…
Health and Human Services
What is the largest cabinet department
Department of defense
29 terms
Government in America: Federal Bureaucracy
Bureaucracy
Patronage
Pendleton Civil Service Act
Civil Service
According to Max Weber, a hierarchical authority structure th…
A system in which jobs and promotions are awarded for politic…
Passed in 1883, an act that created a federal civil service s…
A system of hiring and promotion based on the merit principle…
Bureaucracy
According to Max Weber, a hierarchical authority structure th…
Patronage
A system in which jobs and promotions are awarded for politic…
22 terms
Government Bureaucracy
department of agriculture
department of commerce
department of defense
department of education
...
Regulates trade in and out of America
the military that is the defense of America
regulated education laws
department of agriculture
...
department of commerce
Regulates trade in and out of America
17 terms
Government - The Bureaucracy
Hierarchical Authority
Bureaucrat
Formalized Rules
The President
Bureaucracies are based on a pyramid structure with a chain o…
or person who works for the organization has certain defined…
the bureaucracy does its work according to a set of establish…
is the chief administrator of the federal government in order…
Hierarchical Authority
Bureaucracies are based on a pyramid structure with a chain o…
Bureaucrat
or person who works for the organization has certain defined…
18 terms
Government - The Bureaucracy
Bureaucracy
bureaucratic culture
committee and conference reports
federal register
A complex structure of offices, tasks, and rules in which emp…
The norms and regular patterns of behavior found within a bur…
Documents submitted by committees that often instruct agencie…
A government publication listing all proposed federal regulat…
Bureaucracy
A complex structure of offices, tasks, and rules in which emp…
bureaucratic culture
The norms and regular patterns of behavior found within a bur…
24 terms
government: bureaucracy
Federalist 70
22nd amendment
vesting clause
war powers act
Hamilton believes that there should only be one president to…
limits president to two terms or 10 years
the president has complete control over the executive branch…
gives Congress the right to appropriate money for foreign aff…
Federalist 70
Hamilton believes that there should only be one president to…
22nd amendment
limits president to two terms or 10 years
17 terms
Government bureaucracy
Bureaucracy
Bureaucrat
Administration
Staff agencies
Large, complex administrative structure that handles the ever…
Person who works for an organization
The government's many administration and agencies
Serve in a support capacity
Bureaucracy
Large, complex administrative structure that handles the ever…
Bureaucrat
Person who works for an organization
14 terms
government: the bureaucracy
bureaucracy
spoils system
laissez-faire
discretionary authority
a large, complex organization composed of appointed officials…
Another phrase for politician patronage- that is, the practic…
An economic theory that government should not regulate or int…
The extent to which appointed bureaucrats can choose courses…
bureaucracy
a large, complex organization composed of appointed officials…
spoils system
Another phrase for politician patronage- that is, the practic…
15 terms
Government bureaucracy
Appropriation
Authorization legislation
Annual authorization
Bureaucracy
A legislative grant grant of money to finance a government pr…
Legislative permission to begin or continue a government prog…
Annual permission to begin it continue a government program o…
A large, complex organization composed of appointed officials
Appropriation
A legislative grant grant of money to finance a government pr…
Authorization legislation
Legislative permission to begin or continue a government prog…
34 terms
Government: The Bureaucracy
OMB
CBO
GAO
FBI
largest office within the executive office of the President..
provides Congress with nonpartisan analyses for economic and…
works for Congress. Investigates how the federal government s…
primary investigative arm of the United States Department of…
OMB
largest office within the executive office of the President..
CBO
provides Congress with nonpartisan analyses for economic and…
14 terms
Government at Work: The Bureaucracy
bureaucracy
bureaucrat
administration
Executive Office of the President
a large, complex administrative structure that handles the ev…
a person who works for a bureaucratice orginazation
the officials in the executive branch of a government ad thei…
an organization of several agencies staffed by the President'…
bureaucracy
a large, complex administrative structure that handles the ev…
bureaucrat
a person who works for a bureaucratice orginazation
46 terms
AP Government Bureaucracy
Patronage
Spoils System
Pendleton Civil Service Act
Merit Principle
One of the key inducements used by machines. A patronage job,…
The old system of giving government jobs to friends and polit…
Passed in 1883, an Act that created a federal civil service s…
The idea that hiring should be based on entrance exams and pr…
Patronage
One of the key inducements used by machines. A patronage job,…
Spoils System
The old system of giving government jobs to friends and polit…
23 terms
Government at Work: The Bureaucracy
bureaucracy
bureaucrat
administration
staff agency
a large, complex administrative structure that handles the ev…
a person who works for a bureaucratice orginazation
the officials in the executive branch of a government ad thei…
an agency which supports the chief executive and other admini…
bureaucracy
a large, complex administrative structure that handles the ev…
bureaucrat
a person who works for a bureaucratice orginazation
50 terms
Government Bureaucracy
How different offices are under the ex…
How many Executive departments are the…
What's another name for Executive Depa…
How many independent agencies are there?
Ten
Fifteen
Cabinets
150+
How different offices are under the ex…
Ten
How many Executive departments are the…
Fifteen
25 terms
Government Bureaucracy
what is the department of defence
who is department of defense secretary
what is the department of treasury
who is department of treasury secretary
protects nations security
Chuck Hagel (Resigned)
managing money of the United States
Jack Lew
what is the department of defence
protects nations security
who is department of defense secretary
Chuck Hagel (Resigned)
51 terms
Government and Bureaucracy
parliamentary system
presidental ticket
vesting clause
treaty
a system of government in which the legislature selects the p…
the joint listing of the presidential and vice presidential c…
the president's constitutional authority to control most exec…
a formal, public agreement between the U.S. and one or more n…
parliamentary system
a system of government in which the legislature selects the p…
presidental ticket
the joint listing of the presidential and vice presidential c…
13 terms
AP Government Bureaucracy
appropriation
authorization legislation
bureaucracy
committee clearance
A legislative grant of money to finance a government program…
legislative permission to begin or continue a government prog…
A large, complex organization composed of appointed officials
the ability of a congressional committee to review and approv…
appropriation
A legislative grant of money to finance a government program…
authorization legislation
legislative permission to begin or continue a government prog…
70 terms
AP Government: The Presidency and the Bureaucracy
Divided Government
Unified Government
Representative Democracy
Direct Democracy
Governance divided between the parties, as when one holds the…
A government in which the same party controls the White House…
A system of government in which citizens elect representative…
A form of government in which citizens rule directly and not…
Divided Government
Governance divided between the parties, as when one holds the…
Unified Government
A government in which the same party controls the White House…
Governments & Bureaucracy
What is the maximum number of executiv…
Which of the following is a true state…
What type of labor union policy allows…
Which of the following is true?... A) th…
20
B.
Closed shop
B.
What is the maximum number of executiv…
20
Which of the following is a true state…
B.
226 terms
AP government and politics Presidency and Bureaucracy
independent Regulatory Agencies
Federal Communications Commissions
Central Intelligence Agency
thickening
agencies that are quasi-legislative and quasi-judicial in nat…
1. Regulates airways.... 2. Regulates interstate and internation…
an independent agency of the United States government respons…
becoming more intricate or complex
independent Regulatory Agencies
agencies that are quasi-legislative and quasi-judicial in nat…
Federal Communications Commissions
1. Regulates airways.... 2. Regulates interstate and internation…
23 terms
Government at Work: The Bureaucracy
bureaucracy
bureaucrat
administration
staff agency
a large, complex administrative structure that handles the ev…
a person who works for a bureaucratice orginazation
the officials in the executive branch of a government ad thei…
an agency which supports the chief executive and other admini…
bureaucracy
a large, complex administrative structure that handles the ev…
bureaucrat
a person who works for a bureaucratice orginazation
AP Government: Institutions (Bureaucracy)
2004 Intelligence Reform and Terrorism…
accountability
appropriations
authorizations
enacted December 17, 2004, also known as the IRTPA, is a 236-…
A government's responsibility to its population, usually by p…
funding that must be authorized by Congress for any federal s…
Congress' first step towards allocating funds
2004 Intelligence Reform and Terrorism…
enacted December 17, 2004, also known as the IRTPA, is a 236-…
accountability
A government's responsibility to its population, usually by p…
73 terms
AP Government- President & Bureaucracy
What did Article II of the U.S. Consti…
What are the qualifications to be Pres…
What is the traditional background of…
What are the terms and term limits for…
-Creates the executive branch, headed by a President... -Preside…
-Constitution states the President must be 35 years old... -Must…
-White (Obama only exception)... -Male... -Married (Buchanan only P…
-Four-year term... -Limited to two terms by the Twenty-Second Am…
What did Article II of the U.S. Consti…
-Creates the executive branch, headed by a President... -Preside…
What are the qualifications to be Pres…
-Constitution states the President must be 35 years old... -Must…
45 terms
AP Government Budget and Bureaucracy
Bureaucracy
Methods of gaining power in a bureaucr…
Reasons bureaucracies are criticized
Stereotypes of bureaucracies
Any large, complex administrative structure; a hierarchical o…
Three ways by which the bureaucracy can gain power:... - If it b…
non-elected officials
portray it as unresponsive, lethargic, undemocratic, and inco…
Bureaucracy
Any large, complex administrative structure; a hierarchical o…
Methods of gaining power in a bureaucr…
Three ways by which the bureaucracy can gain power:... - If it b…
13 terms
AP Government: Chapter 15 The Bureaucracy
Bureaucracy
Laissez-faire
Discretionary Authority
Competitive service
A large complex organization composed of appointed officials
An economic theory that government should not regulate or int…
The extent to which appointed bureaucrats can choose courses…
The government offices to which people are appointed on the b…
Bureaucracy
A large complex organization composed of appointed officials
Laissez-faire
An economic theory that government should not regulate or int…
73 terms
AP Government- President & Bureaucracy
What did Article II of the U.S. Consti…
What are the qualifications to be Pres…
What is the traditional background of…
What are the terms and term limits for…
-Creates the executive branch, headed by a President... -Preside…
-Constitution states the President must be 35 years old... -Must…
-White (Obama only exception)... -Male... -Married (Buchanan only P…
-Four-year term... -Limited to two terms by the Twenty-Second Am…
What did Article II of the U.S. Consti…
-Creates the executive branch, headed by a President... -Preside…
What are the qualifications to be Pres…
-Constitution states the President must be 35 years old... -Must…
28 terms
AP Government Bureaucracy
Bureaucracy
Implementation
Administrative Adjudication
Merit System
According to Max Weber, a hierarchical authority structure th…
The process of putting a law into practice through bureaucrat…
a quasi-judicial process in which a bureaucratic agency settl…
A system of public employment in which selection and promotio…
Bureaucracy
According to Max Weber, a hierarchical authority structure th…
Implementation
The process of putting a law into practice through bureaucrat…
29 terms
AP Government Unit 7: Bureaucracy
Bureaucracy
Patronage
Pendleton Civil Service Act
Civil Service
According to Max Weber, a hierarchical authority structure th…
A system in which jobs and promotions are awarded for politic…
Passed in 1883, an act that created a federal civil service s…
A system of hiring and promotion based on the merit principle…
Bureaucracy
According to Max Weber, a hierarchical authority structure th…
Patronage
A system in which jobs and promotions are awarded for politic…
22 terms
Government in America: The Federal Bureaucracy
bureaucracy
patronage
Pendleton Civil Service Act
civil service
According to Max Weber, a hierarchical authority structure th…
One of the key inducements used by political machines. A patr…
Passed in 1883, an Act that created a federal civil service s…
A system of hiring and promotion based on the merit principle…
bureaucracy
According to Max Weber, a hierarchical authority structure th…
patronage
One of the key inducements used by political machines. A patr…
42 terms
AP Government Bureaucracy Vocab
Administrative Discretion
Authorization Legislation
Appropriation
Bureaucracy
Authority given by Congress to the Federal bureaucracy to use…
Legislative permission to begin or continue a government prog…
A legislative grant of money to finance a government program…
A form of organization that operates through impersonal, unif…
Administrative Discretion
Authority given by Congress to the Federal bureaucracy to use…
Authorization Legislation
Legislative permission to begin or continue a government prog…
70 terms
AP Government: The Presidency and the Bureaucracy
Divided Government
Unified Government
Representative Democracy
Direct Democracy
Governance divided between the parties, as when one holds the…
A government in which the same party controls the White House…
A system of government in which citizens elect representative…
A form of government in which citizens rule directly and not…
Divided Government
Governance divided between the parties, as when one holds the…
Unified Government
A government in which the same party controls the White House…
37 terms
The Bureaucracy: AP Government
Bureaucracy
Max Weber and His Definition
Devolution
Merit Principle
system of managing government through departments run by appo…
German sociologist that regarded the development of rational…
the process whereby regions within a state demand and gain po…
the idea that hiring should be based on entrance exams and pr…
Bureaucracy
system of managing government through departments run by appo…
Max Weber and His Definition
German sociologist that regarded the development of rational…
55 terms
AP Government Bureaucracy OHS
Patronage
Spoils System
Pendleton Civil Service Act
Merit Principle
One of the key inducements used by machines. A patronage job,…
The old system of giving government jobs to friends and polit…
Passed in 1883, an Act that created a federal civil service s…
The idea that hiring should be based on entrance exams and pr…
Patronage
One of the key inducements used by machines. A patronage job,…
Spoils System
The old system of giving government jobs to friends and polit…
39 terms
Bureaucracy AP US Government
Congress
Congress and the President
appointed
Max Weber
Bureaucratic agencies are created and funded by
Bureaucratic agencies have 2 masters:
Bureaucratic officials are: elected, or appointed?
One of the first people in modern times to define bureaucracy
Congress
Bureaucratic agencies are created and funded by
Congress and the President
Bureaucratic agencies have 2 masters:
19 terms
Government Chapter 15: Bureaucracy
Bureaucracy
Bureaucrat
Benefits of a Bureaucracy
This person leads the federal bureaucr…
A large, complex administrative structure that handles the ev…
Each person who works for an organization, and has certain de…
1. Can speed action by reducing conflicts... 2. Job specializati…
The president
Bureaucracy
A large, complex administrative structure that handles the ev…
Bureaucrat
Each person who works for an organization, and has certain de…
18 terms
AP GOVERNMENT BUREAUCRACY VOCAB
Bureaucracy
Bureaucrat
Civil Service
Patronage
departments, agencies, bureaus, and commissions in the execut…
an un-elected, federal government employee.
a system of hiring and promotion based on the merit principle.
a job, promotion, or contract given for political reasons.
Bureaucracy
departments, agencies, bureaus, and commissions in the execut…
Bureaucrat
an un-elected, federal government employee.
53 terms
AP Government Bureaucracy Test
Bureaucracy
Government by proxy
Laissez-faire
Discretionary authority
A large, complex organization composed of appointed officials
Washington pays state and local governments and private group…
An economic theory that government should not regulate or int…
the extent to which appointed bureaucrats can choose courses…
Bureaucracy
A large, complex organization composed of appointed officials
Government by proxy
Washington pays state and local governments and private group…
43 terms
AP Government: The Bureaucracy
Patronage
Spoils System
Pendleton Civil Service Act
Merit Principle
One of the key inducements used by political machines. A job,…
The old system of giving government jobs to friends and polit…
Passed in 1883, an Act that created a federal civil service s…
The idea that hiring should be based on entrance exams and pr…
Patronage
One of the key inducements used by political machines. A job,…
Spoils System
The old system of giving government jobs to friends and polit…
10 terms
government chapter 9 (bureaucracy)
bureaucrat
civil service system
client group
embassy
one who works for a department or agency of the federal gover…
practice of government employment based on competitive examin…
individuals and groups who work with a government agency and…
an ambassador's official residence and offices in a foreign c…
bureaucrat
one who works for a department or agency of the federal gover…
civil service system
practice of government employment based on competitive examin…
21 terms
Government Chapter 13 - Bureaucracy
bureaucracy
bureaucrat
department
independent regulatory commissions
organization that operates through impersonal, uniform rules…
career government employee
largest federal organization with broadest missions
insulated from direct presidential control
bureaucracy
organization that operates through impersonal, uniform rules…
bureaucrat
career government employee
29 terms
AP Government: Institutions (Bureaucracy)
2004 Intelligence Reform and Terrorism…
accountability
appropriations
authorizations
enacted December 17, 2004, also known as the IRTPA, is a 236-…
A government's responsibility to its population, usually by p…
funding that must be authorized by Congress for any federal s…
Congress' first step towards allocating funds
2004 Intelligence Reform and Terrorism…
enacted December 17, 2004, also known as the IRTPA, is a 236-…
accountability
A government's responsibility to its population, usually by p…
28 terms
AP Government Bureaucracy
Bureaucracy
Implementation
Administrative Adjudication
Merit System
According to Max Weber, a hierarchical authority structure th…
The process of putting a law into practice through bureaucrat…
a quasi-judicial process in which a bureaucratic agency settl…
A system of public employment in which selection and promotio…
Bureaucracy
According to Max Weber, a hierarchical authority structure th…
Implementation
The process of putting a law into practice through bureaucrat…
37 terms
The Bureaucracy: AP Government
Bureaucracy
Max Weber and His Definition
Devolution
Merit Principle
system of managing government through departments run by appo…
German sociologist that regarded the development of rational…
the process whereby regions within a state demand and gain po…
the idea that hiring should be based on entrance exams and pr…
Bureaucracy
system of managing government through departments run by appo…
Max Weber and His Definition
German sociologist that regarded the development of rational…
24 terms
Government Final- Bureaucracy
Bureaucracy
Bureaucrats
Cabinet departments
Congressional Budget Office
The administration of affairs of a gov, which includes execut…
People who do the work of implementing policies, rules, and r…
Gov departments established with the role of advising the pre…
(CBO) the office that gathers info on budgets of the various…
Bureaucracy
The administration of affairs of a gov, which includes execut…
Bureaucrats
People who do the work of implementing policies, rules, and r…
20 terms
O. Bureaucracy: Organization of Government
Bureaucracy
Civil Service
Standard Operating Procedures
Regulation
A system of departments and agencies formed to carry out the…
All of the people working within the bureaucracy of the gover…
step-by-step written instructions on how to do a certain task…
A rule of directive made and maintained by an authority.
Bureaucracy
A system of departments and agencies formed to carry out the…
Civil Service
All of the people working within the bureaucracy of the gover…
26 terms
Government Chapter 13: Bureaucracy
Bureaucrat
bureaucracy
shadowing bureaucrats
contracting out
people employed in a government executive branch unit to impl…
the collection of all national executive branch organizations
people hired and paid by private for profit and nonprofit org…
also called outsourcing or privitizing; a process by which th…
Bureaucrat
people employed in a government executive branch unit to impl…
bureaucracy
the collection of all national executive branch organizations
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