10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «NONCABINET»
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Government Survival in Parliamentary Democracies
An added complexity involves situations, not uncomrrron in Italy, in which a
noncabinet party agrees only to abstain in votes implicating the govemment's
survival. The willingness to abstain may be highly valued by the cabinet, but one
The Madisonian Turn: Political Parties and Parliamentary ...
little influence on the content of the bill and because there was a lack of support
for the cabinet from other noncabinet parties. The budget proposal was thus
rejected in parliament, and the cabinet called for a new election. Since that time,
Torbjörn Bergman, Kaare Strøm, 2011
Policy and Politics in State Budgeting
A senior WISBO examiner argued that "with noncabinet agencies ... the analyst
actually has more flexibility in terms of coming up with budget initiatives . . . we're
less constrained by what the priorities of the agency are." He contrasted his work
Kurt M. Thurmaier, Katherine G. Willoughby, 2001
Public Administration: Partnerships in Public Service, Fifth ...
They can veto alterations they oppose, even when sponsored by a popular chief
executive. President Reagan asked Congress in 1985 to eliminate the Small
Business Administration, a noncabinet line agency that provides loans and
advice to ...
Improving Government Performance: An Owner's Manual
... the assistant secretary or commissioner level in all federal executive
departments, noncabinet executive branch agencies, and independent
commissions. Excess layers insulate top managers from good intelligence about
what is happening ...
John J. DiIulio, Gerald Garvey, Donald F. Kettl, 2001
Managing the Presidency: Carter, Reagan, and the Search for ...
Regarding level, 22 percent were assistants to the president or above, cabinet
agency deputies, or the heads of noncabinet agencies; 17 percent were deputy
assistants to the president, undersecretaries, executive associate directors or ...
Cabinets and First Ministers
Single-Tier Cabinets Save a few recent examples, Canadian cabinets are not
formally tiered, with layers of cabinet and noncabinet ministers, as is the norm in
Australia and Britain. The implications for democracy of tiered cabinet structures
Case Studies in Public Budgeting and Financial Management, ...
Four elected departmental heads (of noncabinet departments) were to remain
outside the mayor's appointing authority, including the comptroller, city attorney,
treasurer, and the chief municipal judge. Although the mayor controls the budget
W. Bartley Hildreth, 2003
The Life of the Rt. Hon. Sir Charles W. Dilke (Complete)
Harcourt at a second interview said that Gladstone intended pedantically to
follow Peel's rule that men should not be put straight into the Cabinet without
going through nonCabinet office; and that Chamberlain and I must bothtake
Thickening Government: Federal Hierarchy and the Diffusion ...
Of the eighty -eight noncabinet posts created between 1961 and 1992, interest
groups were highly involved in just four, weakly involved in twenty more, and not
visible at all in sixty-four more. They reserve their visibility, it seems, for cabinet ...
2 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «NONCABINET»
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The Negative Impact of the Use of Filibusters and Holds
Cabinet secretaries are usually confirmed within a couple of weeks while top noncabinet agency officials take on average almost three months. «Brookings Institution, Jun 10»
Obama girls stay out of the picture
If he likes to play ball with the boys- so be it- although maybe he should find noncabinet people to play with- they have to all suck at ball anyway ... «Washington Post, Oct 09»