Public Administrators house the execution of government policy and an academic discipline that studies this application and that prepares civil servants for this task. Though business administration is largely about increasing the bottom line, public administrators are also focused on improving safety, justice, security, efficiency, and other factors pertaining to services provided by the government to the community.
Individuals who choose to be public administrators like to be able to make a difference in their society, and help to develop the quality of life of everyone in that society. A broad description of what a public administrator does is to develop policy and then implement and administer those policies with the target of improving the public agencies and the services open. But this broad description does not sufficiently cover up all public administrators. There are selections of tasks that may be accomplished by a public administrator, and they can be seen in every level of government. Public administrators may also act as border guards, auditors or may work for government agencies in research and development, public relations or even human resources.