Ensuring that agencies and their administrators do not violate citizens’ Constitutional rights has always been a concern. The evolution of sovereign immunity has now transitioned to qualified immunity whereby administrators may now be sued personally for violating a person’s Constitutional rights. This change, and others, may have implications on how administrators make decisions which could affect administrative efficiency.
In this discussion forum, analyze and provide remarks about factors that have facilitated changes in immunity standards for public administrators. Do you think these changes are warranted, and if so, what are the implications for efficient and effective agency operations?
Your post should be 250–300 words and use APA style.
Requirements: 250 words