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The proposal should describe why the selected agency need the designed training.

Writer: Please submit proposal page first prior to submitting the final project. It should be approved first. The topic
Proposal page:
Students need to submit a proposal (1 page) to clearly indicate the selected agency, the observed needs, and the preliminary format of the training program. The submitted proposal should include the following elements:
The selected agency. Students are expected to clearly indicate a public agency to implement the designed training. A short introduction of the context is required, for example, the primary missions, employee composition, or development history.
Needs. The proposal should describe why the selected agency need the designed training.
Participants. It should clearly indicate the potential participants of the designed program (i.e., general employees, managers, or all members.)
Topic. A training topic should be determined.
Format. The proposal should briefly introduce how the training will be designed (individual training or in groups) and presented (in person or online). It is understandable that the preliminary design is subject to change.

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(the pay difference between public and private sector).

Building upon the work in the annotated bibliography, thesis, abstract, and outline, you will
identify a problem within the field of human resource management in today’s public
administration. (The pay difference between public and private sector). The paper must integrate key legal court cases or regulations related to this issue,
ethical considerations and lastly, integrate a biblical worldview into not only the issue, but also
the recommendations for the solution.
INSTRUCTIONS
 The paper must include an introduction, background on the issue, detailed presentation of
the importance of the issue, discussion of possible solutions, and a recommendation for
the solution.
 The paper must be 14-16 double-spaced pages of content, not counting title page,
abstract, or references, and include a minimum of 15 scholarly resources and two
classroom readings to support the student’s work.
 The paper must include a cover, abstract, and annotated bibliography that do not count
towards your final word count.

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Please review the rubric and instructions, and please choose an online meeting that is after sep 22, and it should occur in the u.s.

please review the rubric and instructions, and please choose an online meeting that is after Sep 22, and it should occur in the U.S.

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 12 – 14 pages of content, double-spaced

It consists of 3 parts (below) plus an introduction and references sections. To make it easier for
readers to follow your thinking, please discuss the topics in the order presented below, with
appropriate heading.
Background: you are describing how the United States Navy Logistics maintains its Information and Technology programs from the lens of an interview conducted with an employee, Josh Paul.
 12 – 14 pages of content, double-spaced
 Current APA format
 Must include citations from relevant scholarly articles (published within the last five years) you select—for a total of 12 –
15 sources.
Please discuss the following:
 Part 1: Describe the organization you are studying ( US Navy, Logistics), the specific program or policy
interest, and the public sector administrator, CIO/CTO, elected or appointed official, or
other policy maker on how he/she and her/his organization are using IM/IT.
 Part 2: Summarize your learnings and findings from the interview and background
research you did to prepare for the discussion. What is your assessment—for a specific
public service or policy—of the agency’s effectiveness (or lack thereof) of its
management of information.
 Part 3: Incorporating what you learned in the course and your insights above, what
insights and recommendations do you have on ways that organization can increase its
effective and impactful use of technologies and information to improve the service you
discussed in Parts 1 and 2.
Synthesize the above with a biblical model of government and statesmanship.
References must include: Disruptive Classroom Technologies by Magana, Sonny; Information Systems Today: Managing in the Digital World by Valacich and the Bible.

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Reference

Please provide a discussion essay response for the following:
Discussion Board Question: “Do you believe family-friendly benefits, flexible schedules, and child care services creates conditions under which employees without children are treated less generously than those who are eligible because they have children? If so, why? If not, why?
The objective of these benefits were designed to assist families with children to help take some of the burden off of the employee and allow them to remain competitive in the job market. Many times, however, these services take on roles that create an imbalance in the workforce and begin to be more supportive and liberal on the side of those with children and families. This was not the intended design of the service but like many services, they have the potential to morph into something else than the intended service.
In some cases, there is an imbalance in the benefits between those with children and those without. It is the responsibility of management to create a diversified workforce with training programs, education programs, and alternative family-friendly work arrangements. Having these modified programs allows for greater recruitment, retention and helps increase productivity (Nigro et al., 2014). Another consideration is the difference between those with children and those without children have more liberty than those with children. And depending on the countries standards of family-friendly conditions, the gap between the level of happiness may be less, depending on the generosity of the family-friendly policies (Glass et al., 2016).
The plan of promoting work-life balance begins with the employer to creating flexibility and accommodations for its workforce, those with and without children. There are many unpredictable elements that take place in life and many of these are compounded when you add children, elderly family members, and blended family circumstances to an already busy life. Employees should have the liberty to take off or come in late if proper procedures are met, without the consequences of demerit or fines (Fuller & Hirsh, 2019). It is in the best interest of the company to work with their employees to make accommodations for these circumstances. Employers must understand the purpose of these programs and take care not to fall into the belief that their employees who do not have children can work longer hours or do more for the company than those with children. This belief will cause employees to feel under-appreciated and may create a rift between the two types of employees. Some employees without children may take the stance that the employee with children made the choice to have children and it is just something they need to figure out, and the work load needs to be carried evenly; however, this type of thinking only causes more division and creates dissention among fellow employees. This is why employers must create programs and policies that each employee must agree to and adhere to at the time of employment. These policies must adhere to federal and state laws and may not discriminate against the employee in anyway. The policy should also be written in such a way that it helps the employee and the employer work in an environment that is conducive to a healthy family-friendly atmosphere.
It is just as important for the employer to create policies for childless employees that are fair and are non-discriminatory. The policies must be balanced and flexible and should encompass all unforeseen family-life circumstances, regardless if the employee has children or not (Fuller & Hirsh, 2019). Flexibility is key to the success of any family-friendly policy and should be accommodating, regardless of what the circumstance is. These types of policies will be a benefit to the company and has the potential to create employees that are willing to work harder our of a heart of appreciation of the employee and thankfulness for the care policy the company has in place (Sifuna-Evelia, 2017). Many companies already have policies in place for religious beliefs and support hem and allow for time off or adjusted schedule so that the employee can participate in their religious beliefs without the fear of being fired or facing some type of write-up (Etherington, 2019). The Word of God says that, “There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither slave nor free, there is no male and female, for you are all one in Christ Jesus (English Standard Version Bible, 2001, Galatians 3:28).
The main result is that employees had a safe and healthy workplace environment where they can work, earn an income that they can excel in and provide for the future they are building, regardless of family, creed, or religion.
Reference
English Standard Version Bible, (2001). ESV Online. https://esv.literalword.com/
Administration & Society, 42(7), 755–779. https://doi.org/10.1177/0095399710378990
Etherington, M. (2019). Religion as a workplace issue: a narrative inquiry of two people-one muslim and the other Christian. SAGE Open. https://doi.org/10.1177
/2158244019862729
Fuller, S., & Hirsh, C. E. (2019). “Family-friendly” jobs and motherhood pay penalties: the impact of flexible work arrangements across the education spectrum. Work
and Occupations, 46(1), 3-44. https://doi.org/10.1177/0730888418771116
Glass, J., Simon, R. W., & Anderson, M. A. (2016). Parenthood and happiness: effects of work-family reconciliation policies in 22 OECD Countries. American Journal of
Sociology, 122(3), 886-929. https://doi.org/10.1086/688892
Nigro, L., Nigro., and Kellough, J. (2014). The new public personnel administration. 7th. Independence, Kentucky. Cengage. ISBN: 97811337324284
Sifunda-Evelia, M. (2017). Human resource management practices: a biblical perspective. Singapore: Partridge. ISBN: 9781543742282

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Imagine you belong to an interest group that advocates for a particular policy you care about.

There are 2 questions. Both answers can be 1/2 page. Use the attachment to assist with question #2.
1. Evaluate and then suggest the most important problem with top-down models of policy implementation by citing at least two problems associated with this model. Evaluate and then discuss whether bottom-up approaches address these problems. Analyze the bottom-up shortcomings. On balance, evaluate which model you think would best aid someone who is attempting to design a policy and support your reasons.
2. Using your research from the Discussion Preparation, briefly explain your findings of the following:
The number of groups you found.
The amount of their power and influence.
Your overall impressions of the research.
Imagine you belong to an interest group that advocates for a particular policy you care about. Using the resources provided in the previous Discussion Preparation, recommend the best venue for seeking attention to your policy issues, and state your reasons for your selection.

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Below is the link to the book which can be viewed online

Each question should have 3 to 5 sentences. Based on my calculation it should be one page, but a second may be needed. I’m not sure. If the writer needs another page, please advise. Thank you. The instructions are in the file. If the writer needs me to clarify the instructions more please advise.
Below is the link to the book which can be viewed online
Shafritz, J., Russell, E. W., Borick, C., & Hyde, A. Introducing public administration. NY:Routledge.
Note: (1) Both 9th edition (ISBN: 113866634) and 10th edition (ISBN: 1032042893) are acceptable. (2)Information from the official website: https://reurl.cc/mL8ELA