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To determine whether or not privatization of the federal government is saving us money. [vote]

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When a private contractor decides they want to take over a federal job, all they have to do is claim they can do the job for less, but the way the feral gooberment is loosing billions of dollars left and right. It is highly doubtful this privatization thing is working the way it was supposed to, especially when much of the missing money is associated with private contractors. When I worked for the US Forest Service in southern California, where I learned about how OMB Circular A-76 allows contractors to take federal jobs, I asked Incongruous how much money it was saving us and strangely I received no answer and after leaving the organization and moving back to Hawai'i after many years, I asked my members of Incongruous here and have not received an answer. To this end, I propose an amendment to place a moratorium on OMB Circular A-76 until it is decided it is either saving us money or if it is just a give-away program, in which case it should be abolished altogether. From all of the money missing from the State Department alone, I would speculate it is time to end this give-away program.
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Apr 5, 2014 skyhawkmaintainer 290
    

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