“The President’s Interagency Task Force to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons (PITF) is a cabinet-level entity created by the Trafficking Victims Protection Act (TVPA) of 2000, which consists of some 15 agencies across the federal government responsible for coordinating U.S. government-wide efforts to combat trafficking in persons” (https://www.state.gov/j/tip/response/usg). If you visit this U. S. State Department web site, you will find a list of federal agencies that contribute to this task force. They would generate unifying policies to inform members of appropriate action, and to reduce duplication of efforts.
Now I have a list of terms. Which apply and why could they incur conflict or disagreement between participating agencies?
Examine and analyze the following checklist developed by an interagency task force for choosing an organizational structure. From this list, select the criteria that you find to be the best in terms of their relevance and the way they are able to keep administrative agencies accountable to the public for results and transparency.
Evaluate and explain which ones you think are most often in conflict with each other.
- Cost and timeliness
- Promotion of private efficiency
- Accountability to the president
- Accountability to Congress
- Compatibility with state regulation
- Public acceptance
- Professional competence
- Participation, representativeness, and diversity
- Effective databases
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