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Synonyms for bureaucracy

Synonyms for bureaucracy

nonelective government officials

a government that is administered primarily by bureaus that are staffed with nonelective officials

any organization in which action is obstructed by insistence on unnecessary procedures and red tape

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These activities together will provide recognition offices with a tool to reduce the bureacracy involved in recognition processes, allow them to share experiences with peers, and compare their recognition decisions with other institutions thus promoting harmonisation of recognition.
Tomorrow, read how couple battled barriers bureacracy to finally reunited.
While most of the literature focuses on the "what" of organization design (solutions, heirarchy, bureacracy, etc), focus can be on the "how": How to engage the whole system; how to move quickly and completely from one organization model and form to another; how to build and maintain relationships within and across organizational units; and how to overcome the number one reason for failure in design efforts, the ownership and commitment of those who must execute the new.
Six long months after making the decision to leave the UK he finally found a position and broke through Swiss immigration bureacracy.
How can we spend precious public money setting up a new system of welfare bureacracy when so many people in our communities are in such dire need?
After a brief period in the early 1990s when reformist intellectuals played leading roles in the government, the former Soviet mid-level bureacracy took over again, bringing along with it an outdated view of governance, communist-era phobias, and unbound cynicism multiplied by greed, which was now given an official sanction under the banner of "capitalism.
I see the EU eventually going the same way as the former Communist Russia and Eastern Bloc - failing because it drowns in its own bureacracy, or should I say Eurocracy.
This weekend's affair was a clear example of what happens when a government imposes mind-numbing bureacracy to prevent freedom of movement.
After the death of Liaquat Ali Khan in 1951, the head of state applied practice of concentration of power in his office with the support of civil and militry bureacracy.
It may have worked for the ruling class, especially the bureacracy, in the 1960s, 70s and even the 80s.
This is complicated by the fact that we have little control over filling our beds, and the bureacracy of referring agents often causes a delay.
Flury, who was not on the committee when the proposed bill was voted on originally, told the News she does not support the bill and sees "no need to create another bureacracy.
Not another layer of bureacracy but a single figure - or triumvirate - to whom we can hand the job of enforcement.
Still, India has big problems with its unwieldy bureacracy, corruption, severe class inequality, huge medical and environmental problems, and the lack of trades people.