Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Ap Blog # 3-3

Is the Federal Bureaucracy too big to be effective?
The Federal Bureaucracy has a system of departments and agencies the work with the administration of government. Bureaucracy means "a system of government in which most of the important decisions aremade by state officials rather than by elected representatives." The Federal Bureaucracy is becoming too big. According to the Independent Blog, at http://www.independent.org/blog/?p=438, before the recession, the federal employees were making $100,000 a year. There was one employ that was making over $150,000 a year. That number had rose to 10, 100 employees and the average salary was $170,000 a year. One example that tried to control the Federal Bureaucracy was Franklin D. Roosevelt, he had pushed the Economy Act of 1922. This had major cuts for the Federal Bureaucracy. The Federal Bureaucracy has a set network of formal and informal, that works together and moves flows of information's. The Federal Bureaucracy is departments staffed with non elected officials. The Federal Bureaucracy is powerful, but again it is necessary, With the example the Independent Blog had used, about the Federal Employees, there was a great boost in population, when more people are living in an area, more people are needed to work in such departments. With the Federal Bureaucracy has become more powerful, but it is necessary. With the greater amount of the people, the more people is needed to look after said people. One pro of the Federal Bureaucracy, that everything is intertwined in there community, so it is self-sufficent.

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