Public Administration

Notably, the public health sector faced a major change especially during the last half of the twentieth century. This period defined a major shifted the management of the public health sector to a highly state centered federalism form a state that weakened fundamental enterprises of the public health sector. The key enterprises that were affected include leadership and coordination that led to development challenges within the public health sector (Turnock, Public health…, 2012). Notably, towards the end of the same century, these challenges led to other threats that included threat of response to these threats and increased expectation of the society.
Bioterrorism was among the threats that the United States’ public health sector was to address towards the end of the twentieth century. To address this concern, the public health sector required a well-coordinated public health response system national and within the states as well as in the local levels. However, the same could not have been achieved due to reversed power system that the government deems to be advantageous to all systems or levels (Turnock, 2012). For instance, the state and local systems cannot perform any rapid response systems that have great impact to the victims unless the government gives such directive. Some of the activities the state and the local levels cannot act on unless approved by the central government is placing quarantines and implementing certain health laws.
The federalist system in the United States government is an essential point of distribution of responsibilities nationally and to other states, local governments and components, as well as tribal especially with regards to the public health aspiration. However, other than the government noting that each of these components is vital and significant in their own ways and to certain and varying degrees in assuring and addressing health or medical conditions to those levels, they are congregated as units that should take