Professor Don Kettl discusses the importance of employing talented bureaucrats to ensure effective governance. Since 1883, the U.S. government has been committed to employing civil servants on a merit basis, but the skills needed to administer government agencies have changed due to increased government spending and increased reliance on contractors.
Talent for Government
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Kettl, D. (Academic). (2016). Talent for government [Video]. SAGE Knowledge. https://www.doi.org/10.4135/9781473975620
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