Reorganization of State Governments

Archive Report


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Richard M. Boeckel, Editor.

Copyright, 1938, Editorial Research Reports 1013 Thirteenth Street, N. W. Washington

Current Reorganization Proposals in States

Within the last 20 years, while the services performed by state governments have been growing rapidly both in number and complexity, more than half the states have attempted to promote efficiency in the management of these services by making drastic changes in their administrative machinery. The movement for administrative reorganization has been looked upon as one of the most significant trends in state government during the present century.1

The movement for administrative ...

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