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Accountability of Public Administrators

This question raises a second ethical dilemma for the public administrator. When it is determined to whom the public organization is accountable, the administrator must then determine for which activities the organization is responsible. The broader the range of activities for which the organization assumes responsibility, the more diverse the public to whom it must be accountable--and the more likely these publics will disagree as to appropriate governmental actions. Critical to the question, then, of public agency accountability is understanding the relationship between (1) accountabi


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