Yet they often have reasons to submit to accountability
But while many seem to be running around screaming that the accountability
sky is falling, please forgive me if I'm still not sure what crisis we're moving to address.
Warren suggests that it would be difficult to impose uniform accountability
measures on colleges and universities because there are so many different types of post-secondary institutions.
The year of accountability
may not have been 2004, but there's good reason to believe it will be 2005.
Large-scale assessments are closely linked to accountability
The report reaffirms the need for the Department to strengthen financial accountability
requirements over $54 million provided annually to external service providers from the Child Protection and Support Services Section and the Community Living Division of the Department.
GE requires clear accountability
for talent development.
But at the corporate level, there is more than accountability
The legislation was in large part a response to the issues of accountability
raised by the Enron and Arthur Andersen investigations and Will most directly impact the accounting industry, publicly traded companies, and investment banking firms.
and reporting should be required of the next generation of health organizations, although we've learned from cardiac surgery reporting in New York and elsewhere that organizational accountability
has too little influence on consumer choices and market share, but does affect the behavior of doctors and hospitals.
Using the Socratic method, Behn takes the reader on a journey exploring accountability
's meaning, opportunities, and barriers underlying accountability
approaches, and institutional changes necessary for effective performance accountability
is the need for governments to justify that their actions complied with public decisions.