An Introduction to the Public Policy-Making Process
Both government and public policy help meet basic societal needs and obligations; decide how communities, states or nations manage resources; and keep general order in society. The Policy-Making Process. The policy-making process is ongoing, messy and generally without a definitive beginning or end, political science scholar Susan J. Buck explains. However, those involved in the process do tend to follow a general procedure, broken down into six phases.
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