Reasons for Implementation of Congressional Oversights.
Running an institutional organization without board members who are involved in presiding over agency decisions can be one of the most incoherent and bizarre thing that an institution may have .Hence each board member is designated the role to which his duties according to the specialization to which they were scrutinized for. Given the health and human services department ,being a cabinet level department under the federal government of the United states ,involves different administrators to ensure successful achievements of the stipulated objectives, vision and mission statements .
These administrators are thereby held accountable of any actions related to the organizations way of management. It is therefore not ironical to see the resilient concerns of administrators’ on certain concern that pertain themselves with the organizational design of an agency under which they serve .A public administrator may therefore ,might be prompted to indulge his staff into congressional oversight for the following reasons; To deploy bureaucracy to coerce any iota of condemnation from the public .Through this attributive set of regulations, ethical and issues on integrity are addressed to ensure the proficient progression of duties’ .It also helps the public administrator to strategically plan on the concurrent actualization of set of objectives that are impact the most profound and delicate matters that arouse attention from the public eye.
A different reason behind the implementation of congressional oversights on certain concerns, is to critic, evaluate, screen and analyze any new ultraism initiatives put in place by different divisions’ within an organizational setting. This is important since any chasm proposals may impact enormous predicaments if the necessary precautions are not invoked early enough to counteract the impeccable result that may cause catastrophic implications to the daily collaboration of routines by leaning towards the perfection of a particular department.
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