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EVALUATING AND PRIORITIZING THE BARRIERS OF IMPLEMENTING THE PUBLIC SERVICES MANAGEMENT LAW

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  131-148

Abstract

 Every sountry's’ administration is implemented through general and public policies. Policies should be proven by the Parliament to become laws. After that, implementation phase is one of the most important stages in policy making process.However, there are many barriers in the implementation phase. So public administrator should recognize these barriers and try to overcome them. This research uses the descriptive, survey and applied research method to evaluate and prioritize the barriers of implementing the PUBLIC SERVICES MANAGEMENT LAW. Population of the study includes senior managers engaged in the implementation PUBLIC SERVICES MANAGEMENT LAW. The suitable sample of managers was selected at random. There are four main barriers (factors) in implementation phase: law quality (2.87), executive branch of government (3.29), controlling part (3.42), and tools and requirements (3.36). The findings of the present research illustrated that all factors, unless public quality, have high negative impacts on implementing the law. According to Freedman's and Paired-t tests, three barriers including executive branch ofgovernment, controlling part, and tools and requirements are in the same situation regarding to avoid implementing the law, but law quality is in the lower priority.

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