Jeffrey M. Berry
Publisher: Brookings Institution Press; Paperback Ed edition (August 20, 2003)
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Nonprofit agencies are taking part in an more and more vital position in providing uncomplicated executive providers. but they're discouraged by means of federal legislations from partaking in legislative lobbying efforts—even on matters that impact their consumers without delay. with no the involvement of nonprofits within the governmental approach, the weak populations they serve are left with no powerful illustration within the political approach. A Voice for Nonprofits analyzes the impact of presidency regulations at the participation of nonprofits within the policymaking technique and indicates how you can handle the issues. the connection among nonprofits and the govt. is perfect in lots of respects, in response to Jeffrey M. Berry and David F. Arons. by means of underwriting working budgets and subcontracting the management of courses to nonprofits, governments in any respect degrees may be able to benefit from nonprofits' commitment, mind's eye, and personal fund-raising abilities. although, as nonprofits think better accountability for providing providers routinely supplied by means of executive, that accountability isn't really matched through a congruous raise in coverage impression. Berry and Arons think the lobbying regulations might be eased in order that nonprofits might turn into extra eager about public policymaking. Their ideas are designed to make sure that nonprofit organizations—and the constituencies they serve—are successfully represented within the American political procedure.