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  • Rule #1
    If you have money, sure spend it. But if you don't have money, don't borrow it.
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  • Try really using financial data instead of ignoring it? MIC always wins.
    Honest Broker
    Why not cutting back on all the service contractors for starters? POGO.ORG already said they cost 2 to 5 times more than the full costs of Govt personnel. Why not go back to project leads having credit cards for small purchases and prosecute abusers? Oh yeah that's right, the contractors will not make their 15-20% markup fees. Why not have an Amazon like IT store contract? The Govt puts out their requirements or fills out a check sheet, and then the vendors get 48 hours to bid. This keeps the competition and technology fresh instead of locked down in the good-ole-boy on vendor contracts. There is plenty of data supporting good ideas, but if it works against the military industrial complex, MIC CLUB, it will get killed by the politicians.
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