The New Public Management in Canada
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This paper responds to fixed questions and takes a positive approach to New Public Management as introduced by the Harper administration. The paper includes a cost benefit analysis, and a complete policy and budget review, and discusses how it will be an improved service commission training program with deputy ministers to be accountable for events in departments with posted public service expenses to enable transparency and several anti-corruption measures. The paper discusses how it is a horizontal model to replace traditional hierarchies and it is a much stronger contribution to democracy.
From the Paper:"This paper examines the New Public Management (NPM) as a set of reforms suiting a Canadian public service that must be overhauled due to greater complexity in terms of what it must carry out, and in alignment with reforms in other developed democracies. Ideas of the citizen as a `client' with service entitlements, privatization and commercialization, and a shift from hierarchical to horizontal organizations, will create lasting changes in the public service that are adjustments to a changing Canadian environment."
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