A review of the Fish and Wildlife Branch (hereafter referred to as the Branch) has been commissioned, the underlying purpose of which is to examine the efficiency of that Branch. Unfortunately, measures of efficiency in government agencies are not readily found, and it is quite possible to be very efficient in budget and spending process without necessarily being effective. To measure effectiveness, for which again there are lamentably few ready criteria, it is necessary to look from time to time at what the agency is supposed to achieve. From such an examination it then becomes possible to measure, at least in a qualitative sense, good public satisfaction and hence ultimately agency efficiency. Such an approach is believed to be essential in review of an agency such as the Fish and Wildlife Branch.
Mair, W. Winston. 1977. A Review of the Fish and Wildlife Branch. Ministry of Recreation and Conservation
Keywords: review, Fish and Wildlife Branch, efficiency, effectiveness
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