National security mission, members and budgeting in the United States and Australia: a comparative analysis
Washburn, Hunter D.
Brook, Douglas A.
Aten, Kathryn J.
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This thesis conducts a comparative analysis of the national security mission, members and budget processes of Australia and United States. This paper explores the Australian model with emphasis on its whole-of-government approach to public management and determines its relevance to national security in the United States.
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