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Title: PAD 500 Assignment 2: The Concept of Ethical Obligations

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Based on the case study, George Tenet and the Last Great Days of the CIA, in Stillman, Chapter 16, write a 4-5 page paper in which you:

Identify four (4) cross-coded ethical dilemmas facing former CIA Director George Tenet and assess their impact on his leadership abilities. Analyze four (4) ways in which Tenet addressed the prioritization of ethical concerns. Identify and explain four (4) strategies used in competing ethical obligations in relation to the many intergovernmental organizations that overlapped his office. Elaborate on four (4) relevant notions for designing ethical maps for defining and prioritizing ethical obligations. Research and cite at least four (4) peer-reviewed academic sources.

6.   Prepare a 5-10 in class oral powerpoint presentation on an ethical issues involving local public  officials within DC local government. Presentation should provide background on topic; explain the ethical delimma; describe the impact on the city; explain how the matter resolved; provide strategies of how matter could have been avoided. Professor must approve each topic.


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