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Synonyms for bureaucracy

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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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(2002), "The Cartel of Good Intentions: The Problems of Bureacracy in Foreign Aid," Journal of Policy Reform 5(4): 223-250.
Large scale changes were made to the bureacracy when there was no electoral mandate for it.
At the level of beneficiaries, the causes identified in this study were the poor expertise in drafting projects, the opposite effect of decreasing bureacracy measures, difficult decision-making process in the case of public local authorities as beneficiaries, inadequate conduct of public procurement procedures, overevaluation of financial and implementing capacity of projects on behalf of many beneficiaries, limited management capacity to 55 works/service contracts from projects and the lack of insuring clauses in what the compliance with quality requirements and execution deadlines of works are concerned.
"The amount of bureacracy they have imposed has severely limited our ability to help more businesses.
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?
* CLAIMS: Amanda Vigar, of V&A Bell Brown, said SMEs were angry about a 'failure to cut bureacracy'
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leading roles in the government, the former Soviet mid-level bureacracy took over again, bringing along with it an outdated view of governance, communist-era phobias, and unbound cynicism multiplied by greed, which was now given an official sanction under the banner of "capitalism."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.
Bureacracy. When complex and redundant procedures are in place to ensure employees follow specific protocols, they discourage communication and innovation and lets employees know that they aren't trusted.
This weekend's affair was a clear example of what happens when a government imposes mind-numbing bureacracy to prevent freedom of movement.