Federal Government Inefficiency

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Federal Government Inefficiency: The operations across all organizations, government, governmental agencies and small and large businesses are required to be efficient. However, these organizations function with some degree of inefficiency since the complete elimination of inefficiency is impossible in the real world. As these organizations operate in the real world, they are forced to operate with inefficiency though these inefficiencies are only lessened to an acceptable level or minimum. As an important part of the governance structure and system, the federal government needs to function with increased efficiencies. If the federal government inefficiency is reduced to an acceptable minimum level, there are certain functions of this level of government that can be eliminated. Some of these functions include: The National Monetary System Function: The entire concept of the national monetary system that is supported by the Federal Reserve is one of the major functions of the federal government to be eliminated if this level of government is permitted to function at a minimum level of inefficiency. This concept of a national monetary system has contributed to increase in taxes and the increasing budget deficit problem. In such an instance, the federal government should not be permitted to enact new laws unless the funding of implementing such legislations is provided without increase in any tax. The attempts by the federal government to achieve certain goals and
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