- He is personally free and appointed to his position on the basis of conduct.
- He exercises the authority delegated to him in accordance with impersonal rules, and his loyalty is enlisted on behalf of the faithful execution of his official duties.
- His appointment and job placement are dependent upon his technical qualifications.
- His administrative work is a full-time occupation.
- His work is rewarded by a regular salary and prospects of advancement in a lifetime career.
- He must exercise his judgment and his skills, but his duty is to place these at the service of a higher authority. Ultimately he is responsible only for the impartial execution of assigned tasks and must sacrifice his personal judgment if it runs counter to his official duties.
- Bureaucratic control is the use of rules, regulations, and formal authority to guide performance. It includes such things as budgets, statistical reports, and performance appraisals to regulate behavior and results.