This discussion assesses your ability to clarify the role of each legally mandated attendee on the Individualized Education Program team. This assessment also supports your achievement of Course Learning Outcome….
Evaluate the government budgeting process and funding of government programs and organizations
I’m looking for a writer to complete Original Thesis in Public Administration (Organizational Structure) beginning with the Thesis Proposal. The writer can choose the subject of the thesis paper/ proposal. I will attach End of Program for reference. Here are some notes from the Professor. “Recommendations from Professor” I highly recommend that you have your research question (one question) and hypothesis (one sentence) ready as well as knowing how you are going to collect and analyze your data. You don’t have to have a complete methodology but knowing that you will be using government statistics or surveys or whatever and what you plan to do with them will be extremely helpful. It will make your capstone class go much more smoothly. I’ve copied and pasted the proposal assignment from the classroom below. I hope it is helpful. — Thesis Proposal Assignment– The thesis proposal is especially important, because it establishes the research question(s) and describes the conceptual framework of the paper and the methodology to be used in the study. Remember, we are looking for original research! See page 12 of the Manual for the requirements of the proposal. “The proposal should explain the question or problem to be investigated and convince the thesis professor that the question or problem merits investigation. It should show that the student has read the relevant and recent literature on the subject, and it should contain a list of academically appropriate resources consulted during the preliminary stages of research. In general, the thesis proposal should include background information related to the research topic, purpose of the research, methodology, and analytic procedures to be used.” Length of the proposal will not exceed five double-spaced pages, excluding references and quotations. Each submission must begin with a title page in the format referenced in the Capstone EOP Manual on page 51. (I WILL ATTACH MANUAL). In selecting a capstone thesis, students may want to consider whether it contributes to their future professional growth and/or whether it could have a constructive effect on some aspect of public administration that is especially interesting to them. Students are expected to develop capstone proposals on their own, but the professor may be able to assist in considering alternatives. Topics should be neither so broad as to be unmanageable (for example, the organizational structure of the federal government) or so narrow as to be of value only to a few specialists (for example, the organizational structure of a small operating unit within a larger agency). Don’t forget to note how it ties to the Public Administration (Organizational Structure) program objectives. It does not have to relate to them all but should be related to several. They are: Assess the leading approaches to managing public organizations Evaluate the moral, legal, and ethical aspects of decision-making in the public sector Evaluate the government budgeting process and funding of government programs and organizations Appraise the role of government organizations in public policy development and implementation Develop solutions to a public issue that take into account multiple stakeholders and decision-makers Implement the core concept of public service by providing evidence of service to the public or nonprofit sector Critique a difficult political situation and offer creative and innovative solutions that take into account multiple stakeholders and decision-makers Implement the core concept of public service by providing evidence of service to the public or nonprofit sector Assess the part diversity, or lack thereof, plays in public administration.