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Regulatory agencies

a study team report to the Task Force on Program Review.
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The Task Force , [Ottawa]
Sunset reviews of government programs -- Canada., Independent regulatory commissions -- Canada., Administrative agencies -- Canada -- Manag
Other titlesManagement of government, regulatory agencies.
ContributionsNielsen, Erik, 1924-, Canada. Task Force on Program Review.
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Open LibraryOL18765319M
ISBN 100660119919

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