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While on the other hand, it is also commonly reported that the general public seems to have exactly the opposite impression: that government agencies are hopelessly inefficient and unproductive.

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The final project consists of three parts: 1) An interview 2) A report 3) A presentation Students will interview a public administrator and write a 3-page analysis reporting the results. Students have to create and present a PowerPoint presentation to the class in regards to the report analysis. The PowerPoint presentation will be based upon the report submitted attached down below. It is up to each student to determine the number of PowerPoint slides. However, it is recommended that each presentation consists of at least 5 slides. The presentation needs to be attached to Module 8 Presentation: Final Project The report should be uploaded as a MS Word document to the Module 8 Assignment: Final Project assignments folder. You may use appropriate charts, graphs or pictures in your report and presentation but they do not count as one of the three required pages. Be sure to use MLA format for your report. Assignment Background It has been argued that there seems to be some disparity between reality and image when it comes to public organizations/institutions and public administrators. For instance, it is commonly reported that public agencies are highly productive in providing services and attempting to solve public problems. While on the other hand, it is also commonly reported that the general public seems to have exactly the opposite impression: that government agencies are hopelessly inefficient and unproductive. Interview a public administrator assignment Instructions Locate one or more people who work as managers or staff members or analyst in a public or nonprofit organization that you just started working at and interview them. The interviewees might work for a public university, local government, state or federal agency, or nonprofit organization. They might be a university administrator or staff member, a city manager or department director (public works or parks and recreation), a county official (such as a county clerk), a manager in state government (perhaps someone in the highway department), a federal government manager (in a local office of a department such as Social Security, Agriculture, or the Federal Aviation Administration), or someone who works in a local, state, or national nonprofit association. Upon interviewing any of these folks, record your results and present to the class via PowerPoint Presentation. Interview questions that should be asked include, but are not limited to, are listed below. 1. Describe the mission of the public organization/institution that you work for. 2. Describe the work you do and how you came to this position. 3. What is your educational and work background? 4. What impact does the work that you do have on the community/state/nation and so on? 5. What do you find different or unusual about working in a public organization? 6. How do you think your job compares to other jobs at a comparable level in business or industry? 7. What knowledge, values, and skills are important to your work? Down below you can see the Part 1.

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