The paper should be written in Times New Roman 12-point font with 1-inch margins. Your writing should be clear and without grammatical and stylistic errors. Please include a word count at the end of your paper. Use the headings: “summary,” “analysis,” “recommendation” and “questions” in the paper. The summary should be no more than one page, the analysis and recommendation should be 1-2 pages each. Academic journal articles, news articles, government websites and/or government videos must be used in addition to the Chapter reading. Cite all of your sources using APA citation style and include a reference list. The format of the topic paper MUST include the following headings and subheadings: 1. Summary: A brief summary of the issue you are targeting (no more than one page). What is the issue? When did this become a public administration “puzzle?” How did this become a public administration “puzzle?” 2. Analysis: An explanation of the following: Why do you think this issue is significant in public administration today? Who are the key stakeholders? What are the competing interests at work? What challenges do you see in solving this public administration “puzzle?” 3. Recommendation: A recommendation based on your research, experience, and perspective that you developed in assessing this “puzzle;” what, ultimately, should be done in practice to help solve this puzzle. Your recommendation should be justified and supported by outside resources. 4. Questions: In this section, of the term paper a series of questions about the main points must be developed with the purpose of having the class respond and supplement the lecture. Connecting previous course topics and/or relevant current events or practical examples are some strategies for encouraging participation.