Within the context of multiple layers of government interacting with one another, why is it important to involve the target populations (e.g., food stamp recipients, medically underserved people, or homeless people) in the development of implementation and evaluation plans for public policies? How would these individuals become involved in the policymaking process? What determining factors would come into play when deciding whether to provide those services through public or private means?
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