Project name: Funding and Allocation Case Studies
PLEASE READ: 2 ANALYSES IN TWO SEPARATE DOCUMENTS, REMEMBER TO INCLUDE INTEXT CITATIONS AND REFERENCE SHEET. ALSO, MY SCHOOL WOULD ONLY ALLOWED US TO USE THE RESOURCES THEY GIVE US. So remember to use ONLY the project resources I had included in this page with the instructions. Thanks
You work in the office of the We All Belong Alliance (WABA), a growing nonprofit organization that has historically been dedicated to support of Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliance issues. Through its work to foster compliance with the ADA, WABA educates communities about how policies impact the public and are implemented by public administrators. In the WABA office, as part of educational outreach efforts, you will produce work that deals with classic public administration themes.
These include the history of public administration, the purpose and activities of public administration, how policy is developed, how public programs are administered and how these programs are held accountable by the public they serve. Your work will be included in a Virtual Museum of Public Administration.
After seeing your great work on materials for the Virtual Museum, Anne Admin has an idea for one last new exhibit: a collection of documents that identify and analyze considerations and constraints in public funding budgeting and spending.
Anne would like to include case studies as part of the Virtual Museum exhibit. In the field of public administration, it is common to review the information in case studies to help evaluate the success of a given program or organization. Anne has asked that you write an analysis of these case studies to help educate visitors about the key considerations and constraints in funding and allocation.
Consult the resources to learn more about budgeting, money that comes in to an organization (funding) and where money is spent (allocation).
Read both of the numbered case study resources carefully, paying particular attention to examples of issues concerning funding and allocation. Read the “Guidelines for Writing a Case Study Analysis” resource for information about how to write a case study analysis. Write a 400- to 500-word analysis of each case and include both in a single document (800–1,000 words total).
Begin your document by:
In your analysis of each case study, include:
Please make sure to only use and cite this RESOURCES:
Read this web page for help identifying and defining the steps in the budget process.
Link: Public Budgets
Read all of this resource for an example and general guidelines for making good resource allocation decisions. Pay particular attention to the third column of page one for a list of common resource allocation issues, each with an ethical component.
3- Challenges to and Opportunities for Public Administration in the Context of the Financial and Economic Crisis
Read this article from the United Nations about financial and other challenges to public administration.
Challenges to and Opportunities for Public Administration in the Context of the Financial and Economic Crisis. (January 19, 2010). Retrieved January 28, 2016, from Public Administration
Link: Financial Crisis
4- Public Budgeting and Financial Management
Use this resource as an overview of issues in public finances, funding, and so on.
Public Budgeting and Financial Management. (n.d.). Retrieved January 28, 2016, from budget
5- Case Study 1: “A Taxing Dilemma”
Read this case study and provide your analysis in the deliverable.
Link: Taxing Dilemma Case Study
6- Case Study 2: “The Pacific Grove Library Tax”
Read this case study and provide your analysis in the
Link: Pacific Grove Library Tax
7- Guidelines for Writing a Case Study Analysis
View this guide for information about how to write a case study analysis.
Link: Writing Case Study
8- Use this for proper/acceptable citation please
Link: Citation Guide
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