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Who is ultimately responsible for the effectiveness of government?
at national or central level
The legislature enacts laws. The executive branch is charged with enforcing the laws.
The (consumer) of the product. Companies must pass on the added cost of government regulation/compliance to the products they sell or manufacture, therefore the end user will …pay the added cost.
the people of the United States.
A typical government is responsible for many things. As an example, the government of America is responsible for creating and enforcing laws, protecting and assisting citi…zens, making important decisions, keeping peace, and keeping judicial balance. In an international aspect, America is responsible for its position in world trade and stock, and war between itself and/or other countries. Also, it responsible for immigration issues.
What effect did Herbert Hoover's philosophy of government have on the federal response to the economic crisis?
His belief that the federal government could not give direct aid to individuals left millions without help.
live a healthy lifestyle
The ultimate responsibility for making and carrying out government policy rests with the people.
Although there may be a top level management position that oversees the security effort of a company, ultimately each user of the organization is responsible for its security.…
It causes him to lose his desire to hope for something magical amidst a dismal reality.
how does hail form ? what factors govern the ultimate size of heilstorm
Board of directors From Miller &Jentz "B usiness Law Today" standard edition (9th)
it can kill anyone that you are playing against
Net filtration pressure responsible for forming renal filtrate.
The ultimate responsibility for organizational risk in terms of computer resources usually falls to the Chief Information Officer, Chief Technology Officer - or the equivalent…. In large organizations the responsibility is usually delegated to someone specifically responsible for computer security while the CIO or CTO assumes overall responsibility of acquisition, maintenance, policies, procedures, etc. for all IT assets. As an example, in DODD 8500.2, the US Department of Defense appoints Designated Approving Authorities (DAAs) who formally accept responsibility for the risks for operating all systems under their purview. Although the CIO or CTO is officially responsible for organizational risk, the rest of the leadership of an organization can sometimes be held legally responsible for failures of security and risk exposure if they can be shown to be culpable by way of failing to create and enforce policies and procedures to manage risk or failing to provide adequate funding to permit the CIO to do so.
As far as patient care is concerned the chief medical officer. But as with most things it comes down to who controls the money, so it would be the hospital manager or administ…rator.