Early Colonial Governmental Policies that are Still in Use Today
A policy is a set of decisions coined and implemented by the government. Policies determine how the law is structured. They determine who and how various government procedures are performed. Policies provide the framework, efficiency, explicitness, and consistency on how the government should operate. The policies outline the objects of government and give the path that leaders should follow to achieve the objectives making government operations more efficient and effective (Jaeger, 360).