Evaluating the Complexity of Public Decisions

The complexity of the public sector decision-making process is driven by internal and external competing factors that must be taken into consideration. Internal factors include defining values or ethics of a particular project that resonate with a decision maker or evaluator, which is determined to some extent by personal preference or bias. External considerations, such as benefit to the community, costs or budgeting restraints, legal issues, policy imperatives, and potential losses, such as budget overruns, ideological disagreements, and political contention, affect complexity.


Part 1:

Using the Argosy University online library resources and the Internet, locate and read an article discussing a specific public urban redevelopment project.

Write a 3- to 5-page research paper summarizing the project that you selected. In your summary, define the decision that was made and any important factors the decision maker considered prior to making the decision to approve or disapprove the project.

Examine how the decision was made in this particular project.
Evaluate the analytical methods used.
Analyze whether the decision maker considered all possible solutions.
Examine whether there is sufficient evidence to evaluate the decision as right or at least good. Provide evidence.
Evaluate the additional evidence required to make the best decision for the project that you selected.

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