If the people hired for vacant positions had the skills for the job the government would spend a great deal less monetarily trying to mold the people into what they need. When that individual may have skills more appropriate to a different position. That goes for upper managment positions too.
Instead of finding the proper skills and competence for the task, office and organizational mangers, driven by interest and turf protection, are more likely to appoint those individuals who can protect their interests. This result in less than effective... more »