The perspective explores the increasing roles that contractors play in policy implementation, from drafting rules, plans, and budgets, to writing statutorily-required reports to Congress. The author identifies the increasing problem of contractors'as opposed to elected officials'making such implementations, fearing that contractors lack accountability to the public.
Government by Contract: The White House Needs Capacity to Account for the Legacy of 20th Century Reform,
Emory L. J.
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