PA 301 Case Study 12 Death of a Spy Satellite Program

PA 301 Case Study 12 Death of a Spy Satellite Program


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PA 301 Case Study 12 Death of a Spy Satellite Program

Read Case 12 in your textbook and respond to the following questions: -Identify and explain the role of key actors who have influence over the budgetary process -Explain how the budgetary constraints led to the outcome of the case -Discuss the politics involved with the budgetary process

Public Budgeting-Death of a Spy Satellite Program

Irene Rubin' view that public budgets are not merely technical managerial documents and that they are also intrinsically and irreducibly political is because public budgets reflect the choice of government. As a general rule of thumb, government chooses to go along with programs that fit their own political agenda. Programs should reflect a general consensus about what kind or type of services that...

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