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31. However, the government has not been so preoccupied with accountability procedures as appeared to be the case in the early 1980s.
32. The secretive negotiations between administrators and polluters meant there was no public accountability.
33. There have emerged alternative views of what accountability entails, involving different answers to both the substance and form of the account.
34. We are now entering the era of strict personal accountability, value for money, and survival of the fittest.
35. They had to achieve managerial recognition that accountability to colleagues in the team was important alongside accountability to individual agencies.
36. The problem is to devise a system that enhances financial accountability.
37. A system of indirect control and accountability is thereby established over the directors as those responsible for the management of the company.
38. Since the boundary extension however, accountability has become a much more pressing and pertinent issue.
39. Brodsky countered that the broadening of the auction houses' public accountability could only help the market.
40. Cooperation between general practitioners and district health authorities requires mutual accountability.
41. Their results will be published in the belief, apparently, that this kind of accountability will help to raise standards.
42. The basic reason given was that the traditional rating system failed to produce democratic accountability.
43. However, accountability has been a less controversial political issue on Merseyside.
44. The lack of accountability was the reason which drove the Government to introduce the poll tax.
45. A further clue may lie in the interpretation of accountability in the business world.
46. Would you give them a key position of accountability in your team?
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47. Strengthening democratic accountability in the Community was one of the issues discussed.
48. The education community urgently needs a new framework for local strategic planning and accountability.
49. As with the Doomsday scenario, this further militarisation of the police occurred without public debate or accountability.
50. To ensure political accountability, they might need executive approval to borrow up to a higher limit, and legislative approval beyond.
51. This in turn implies increased autonomy for assessing practitioners resulting perhaps in a new level of autonomy and new systems of accountability.
52. Under the headings of efficiency and accountability a number of initiatives were introduced which are briefly outlined below.
53. Three such mechanisms are evaluated: community policing arrangements, police complaints procedures and formal systems of accountability.
54. To public administrators and political scientists the word accountability generally relates to the separation of power and responsibility.
55. And their primary focus for control is always individual performance and accountability.
56. The proposals also aim to overcome the present problems relating to the independence, accountability and legal liability of external auditors.
57. Guidance for local councils refers to democratic accountability, social and economic equity.
58. Incentives and fees for service will be needed to reduce private doctors' autonomy and increase their accountability to the state.
59. There is a more general issue of accountability in the voluntary sector.
60. These are our tax dollars, and we should demand accountability.
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