Holding “Governance” Accountable: Third-Party Government in a Limited State
By Sheila Seuss Kennedy
This article appeared in the Summer 2006 issue of The Independent Review


For a government to be held responsible and accountable—politically, fiscally, and constitutionally—its citizens must be able to identify its actions. This task becomes more difficult as governments outsource their programs to for-profit and non-profit organizations that are less transparent.

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