The ethics community within PA is a strong and active group that continually raises the question: What are the ethical issues facing public administrators? How can public administrators develop competence in dealing with ethical issues?Compare the discussion of ethical competence in the Plant chapter with the actions taken by Claude Ferguson as what O’Leary calls a “government guerrilla”:What is your perspective on the tactics used by Ferguson–enlisting support from community groups and forging alliances with interest groups? Is this ethical action for a career bureaucrat?Use the following references• Plant, J. F. (in press, 2013). Ethical competence and professionalism in public administration. In T. Cooper & D. Menzel (Eds.), Achieving ethical competency for public service leadership. M.E. Sharpe. (Course Reserves) • O’Leary, R. (2009). When a career public servant sues the agency he loves: Claude Ferguson, the Forest Service, and off-road vehicles in the Hoosier National Forest. Public Administration Review, 69(6), 1068-1076.
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