This Work examines the continuous expansion of the Federal Budget; showing what forces operate in maintenance of the growth rate. The operation of Civil Service regulations join with the Political addiction to Pork Barrel, together producing an Eight percent growth rate for the Budget. This Process could not occur without the support of the Business interests in the County, and the Work explains the rationale for this aid. The effects of Federal Contracting procedures are highlighted, with Costs excesses detailed. Real alternatives to the current system are offered when there stands potential for Cost reductions. The overall Intent of the effort hopes to provide an viable Options package.
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