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Too many man hours are spent on paper work. We have many systems that help streamline this, however, they are still time consuming within their own right, and still produce duplicate and triplicate copies.
I understand that we need accountability and record keeping, but we need to develop a system and change the forms process to combine forms or increase the electronic the use and access of filing systems.
OK, I have an idea so simple that it's brilliant. It's very short and sweet. Why don't we just copy whatever other countries do who are NOT in mega debt? I mean, if another country has laid out a "blueprint", so to speak, and if implementing the way they do things is within the confines of the constitution (or not, depending on who can be placed on the supreme court [see FDR's "New Deal"]), then we should go for it....