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The Organization of the Bureaucracy


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Rank Players

1 Addison

2 Nate

3 Judd

4 Drew

5 Sarah

6 Josh

7 Jessica

8 Cameron

9 Cristian

10 Matt

11 Zane

12 Megan

13 Molly

14 Breanna

15 Zoe

16 Nick

17 Dildar

18 Erika

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Total Score (points) Q1

8589 985

6908 984

6858 992

6773 985

6711 971

5158 963

5061 967

5047 989

5008 988

4484 0

3979 970

3959 987

3889 934

3003 982

2943 984

2901 980

1966 980

1949 0

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978 978

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What is the largest organization within the


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bureaucracy?

Department 992

Department 1080

Department 1071

Department 1046

Department 0

Department 0

Department 1052

Department 1029

Department 0

Branch 0

Department 1076

Department 0

Department 0

Department 1067

Department 0

Department 0

Department 986

Agency 973

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Department 0

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Which is NOT a characteristic of a bureaucracy? Q3

Loyalty to a political party 1117

Loyalty to a political party 1186

Loyalty to a political party 1168

Loyalty to a political party 1128

Delivery of goods and services at the lowest cost 963

Delivery of goods and services at the lowest cost 955

Loyalty to a political party 0

Loyalty to a political party 0

Specialization of jobs 958

Delivery of goods and services at the lowest cost 0

Loyalty to a political party 0

Delivery of goods and services at the lowest cost 0

Delivery of goods and services at the lowest cost 0

Loyalty to a political party 0

Delivery of goods and services at the lowest cost 0

uniform regulations and procedures 0

Loyalty to a political party 0

Loyalty to a political party 0

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Delivery of goods and services at the lowest cost 0

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Which is NOT a broad type of department or agency


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for which federal employees work?

Administrations 1273

Administrations 1282

Administrations 1290

Administrations 1274

Administrations 1051

Administrations 1083

Government Corporation 977

Independent Stand-Alone 977

Administrations 1077

Independent Stand-Alone 977

Independent Stand-Alone 0

Independent Regulatory 977

Independent Regulatory 911

Independent Stand-Alone 954

Independent Regulatory 975

Independent Regulatory 958

Independent Stand-Alone 0

Government Corporation 0

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Cabinet secretaries are appointed by __________


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and confirmed by __________.

the president; the Senate 1330

the president; the Senate 1393

the president; the Senate 1364

the president; the Senate 1375

the president; the Senate 1177

the president; the Senate 1189

the president; the Senate 1089

the president; the Senate 1087

the president; the Senate 0

the president; the Senate 1087

the Senate; the president 990

the president; the Senate 1055

the president; the Senate 1070

the president; the Senate 0

the president; the Senate 0

the president; the Senate 0

the president; the Supreme Court 0

the Senate; the president 0

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Which of the following is an example of a


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government corporation?

Amtrak 1425

Amtrak 0

Amtrak 0

Amtrak 0

Amtrak 1186

Amtrak 0

Amtrak 0

Amtrak 0

The Federal Elections Commission 931

Amtrak 1155

Amtrak 0

Amtrak 0

Amtrak 0

The Environmental Protection Agency 0

The Environmental Protection Agency 0

The Federal Elections Commission 0

The Federal Elections Commission 0

The Federal Elections Commission 0

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How do departments differ from independent


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agencies?
Departments cover a wider range of functions than
1467
agencies.
Agencies are larger and include several
983
departments.
Department heads are appointed by the president 973

Department heads are appointed by the president 965


Departments cover a wider range of functions than
1363
agencies.
Department heads are appointed by the president 968

Department heads are appointed by the president 976

Department heads are appointed by the president 965


Departments cover a wider range of functions than
1054
agencies.
Departments cover a wider range of functions than
1265
agencies.
Department heads are appointed by the president 943

Agency heads are part of the presidents cabinet 940

Agency heads are part of the presidents cabinet 974


Agencies are larger and include several
0
departments.
Agencies are larger and include several
984
departments.
Agency heads are part of the presidents cabinet 963
Agencies are larger and include several
0
departments.
Agency heads are part of the presidents cabinet 976

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All of the following are included in the standard


definition of bureaucracy EXCEPT:

patronage

patronage

patronage

patronage

patronage

patronage

patronage

patronage

patronage

patronage

patronage

patronage

patronage

standard operating procedures

patronage

patronage

specialized tasks

patronage

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