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10.20.50 A comparison of civil service procedures: Why waste tax payers money?
This makes my blood boil. Millions of dollars are wasted DAILY undertaking studies from scratch on how a city, country, state or tribal civil service department should work or run. Starting today, I want an Internet system that provides operating and procedural guidelines on how to run a civil service department. Whether it's road cleaning management in Rome or the processes to tender for school furniture replacement by a regional authority in France, I want to know how it's done. Clearly there will be tribal variations for obvious reasons.
Now there are two reasons for this. Firstly, the best system will form the formal foundation guidelines for everyone else, and secondly, the wheel will not have to be reinvented by inefficient senior civil servants who are too proud to use "not invented here" ideas.
Finally, speaking from experience, never use retired senior civil servants to undertake expensive biased reports for their ex employer. Not only should fresh opinions be used, but a senior civil servant on a fat pension should not earn additional consulting fees from his or her ex employer. If they are that good, don't let the civil servant retire early.
Senior Civil Servants: Get your act together. Stop reinventing the wheel. Go and find out how other tribes do your job more efficiently and implement their system instead of yours. Swallow your pride. Prove to tax payers that you are fit and proper senior civil servants. I want a report on my desk with solutions, or else Get Off My Planet .
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