How does public administration differ from private sector administration?
Two main differences exist between public and private administration. Most notably is the level of bureaucracy related to public administration (commonly referred to as "red tape") as well as the level of accountability. Often times, the goals of a public entity are broader and less defined than those in a private company. More specifically, government agencies are often criticized for missions that are not as measurable or well defined as that of the private sector. Many government agencies in the public sector has broad goals that need to apply to the masses. Private sector is well known for its ability to create “niche” markets driven by the ability to make profits as opposed to the greater good of a community
Ohio University has a Community College Partnership with approximately 20 other colleges. Complete a search on the Internet and discover how & why this form of partnership would exist. https://www.ohio.edu/ecampus/partners/ 1. Why would this partnership exist? 2. What other businesses could an educational institution partner? 3. How could this benefit the University? 4. How could it benefit the students? 5. Can you think of any other businesses that may form partnerships?
Partnerships are formed to allow two entities to share a common goal. Many businesses partner with each other to perform community service that each company individually may not be able to afford or to host due to size limitations. Our partnership allows us to offer courses that we do not have enough faculty to support a program and also to deliver instruction to areas that may not be within our resources. This type of partnerships gives students a choice on how and where they would like to learn about their chosen major or subject. Many local businesses have partnerships. For instance, Rock for Tots hosts a summer concert series with the Liter program for 3 months in the summer to support the mission of Rock for Tots and to provide exposure of different recording artist to the community for a nominal charge. Community members that may not be able to afford a concert in Cincinnati can still enjoy live music.
What is the difference between cash larceny and skimming?
Both cash larceny is an "on-book" fraud while skimming is an "off-book" fraud. Both are forms of accounting theft; however, cash larceny involves the removal of cash before it has been recorded so the funds do not appear on the general ledger.