In the Reagan administration, the principals of Team B became, as it were, the A Team, scattered in mid-level positions throughout the bureacracy
. Wolfowitz was an assistant secretary of state, Pipes served on the National Security Council staff, and Perle was an assistant secretary of defense.
The stark truth is that because of bureacracy
and gross inefficiency in the Health Service, some of these women will die uneccessarily.
The federal government has stepped in to ease financial aid bureacracy
for students and schools alike, and some private lenders have helped, too.
: The Greatest Barrier to Change
the impermeability of bureacracy
; we are told that it is no use to
Even among the companies that did apply, several privately expressed deep reservations about entangling themselves in artificial groupings and submitting to the Film Council bureacracy
. But the lure of soft money (and the fear of it falling into the hands of rivals) was hard to resist.
The turnaround for our entire bureacracy
is 10 days.
Could it be that the thing a bureacracy
manages most efficiently is the diminution of human conscience?
One thing is sure, they can't keep having relegation dodged through bureacracy
while those who have earned the right to progress are denied the vital step up.
Prioritizing, sometimes sensible and sometimes inescapably corrupt, prevailed throughout the burgeoning Manueline bureacracy
. Even during the 1508-18 period of military crisis and expansionist drive in Morocco, Alcacer, decidedly less threatened than Arzila or Tangier, never became a prime concern capable of firing up enthusiasm and eliciting a symbolically suitable show of dogged support.
They form a layer of bureacracy
about three people thick and a few dozen wide.
, and Democracy: Careers and Opportunity in the Public Sector.