Agency strategy, strength, and adaptation: Implementation of the Bush administration’s competitive sourcing policy
Theories of organizational adaptation and bureau power intersect in this study of OMB Circular A-76 implementation, uncovering new themes on power, leadership, and congressional influences on bureaucratic response in the era of third-party governance.
Administrative agencies; Compliance; Contracting out; Corporate culture; Federal government; Organizational change; Public contracts; United States
Policy Design, Analysis, and Evaluation | Policy History, Theory, and Methods | Public Affairs, Public Policy and Public Administration
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Joaquin, M. E.
Agency strategy, strength, and adaptation: Implementation of the Bush administration’s competitive sourcing policy.
65th Midwest Political Science Association Annual Conference
Midwest Political Science Association.