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1. Choices affecting the future of society occur frequently in public administration. Even "routine decisions" and actions taken by public agencies can have an impact on later generations. In some cases, these effects can be enormous. Nearly all instances of long-term public investment, environmental protection, historic preservation, endangered species protection, and public education, to name a few, fall into this class of future-impact decisions. How, than, are public administrators to incorporate ethical responsibilities in these types of decisions? Please be detailed in your response.

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2. Please describe how organizations benefit from whistle blowing? How can exposing the organization's "dirty laundry" contribute to the organization? Please give at least two examples

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3. US Intelligence is described as having three functions: collection, analysis, and covert action.  Which do you feel is most important?  Why?

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4. Multiple missions for the Intelligence Community are described.  One is to provide support to Criminal Justice and Regulatory Agencies.  This view holds that law enforcement agencies should reciprocate by sharing intelligence at a local level with national intelligence.  Some oppose this view out of concern over the protection of intelligence sources and methods.  Others feel local law enforcement intelligence could be misused, such as for immigration purposes.  Do you agree?  Disagree?  Why or why not?

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