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An analysis of the effects of family responsibility and teleworking volume on satisfaction with teleworking in the United States federal government
This dissertation primarily aims to provide a better understanding of the factors that influence teleworkers’ satisfaction with teleworking in United States federal agencies. Specifically, this study empirically tests ...
Variables of change : the DOD/DHS relationship in a domestic disaster environment
This study looked at the relationship between the Departments of Defense (DOD) and Homeland Security (DHS). Moreover, it reviewed the interface between their two subordinate organizations with primacy over domestic ...
A phenomenological inquiry examining the lived experiences of African-American male senior executive service members in the United States federal government
Federal agencies have made significant efforts to implement equal employment opportunities and workplace diversity through the development and implementation of diversity programs and policies. However, the evidence indicates ...
Effective performance measurement of state and local inspectors general: a multi-methods analysis of current operations and a scorecard for future application
Offices of Inspectors General (OIGs) have been a part of American government since the 1700s but these organizations have evolved a great deal over the years. The first military models gave way to the federal-level models, ...
Doing more with less : an assessment of senior executive attitudes and behaviors towards innovation in a federal agency
Over the last four decades, the interplay between leadership and innovation has garnered increasing discussion in public administration literature. There is growing evidence that leaders play a significant role in fostering ...