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The United States also needs to get its act together bureaucratically -- coordinating military services and government agencies the way SOCOM has done with its joint forces.
Conservation-minded, economically profitable and bureaucratically savvy.
In his view, the Payner case was an an opportunity to re-evaluate "the misguided philosophy of EU subsidies", which redistributes taxpayers' money to bureaucratically selected projects and priorities.
RADIO TLD experience that is professional, reliable and all-inclusive; with a deep history of encouraging innovation and openness in the domain space, not bureaucratically backwards.
And while the whistleblower will undoubtedly be bureaucratically drawn and quartered, the onus of proof will now rest with the 'wronged party.
Many smaller banks have recruited refugees from large banks who have weathered the perils of acquisition, mergers, bureaucratically numbing processes and rampant downsizing.
He traces how the social and political controversy over drinking was solved bureaucratically as government agencies gradually licensed establishments to serve and sell alcohol.
It was bureaucratically and personally awkward for a state department official to challenge the department of justice on the interpretation of American constitutional law, but I had worked on constitutional law years earlier," said Zelikow, a dean and professor at the University of Virginia.
If observing this sad, often desperate, bureaucratically degrading process, which currently shows no signs of abating, doesn't convince you that Las Vegas is a "real city," then I don't know what would.
It is ironical, that while people in other countries usual complaints their municipalities are far too slowly and far too bureaucratically, in the UAE it is the exact opposite.
Leaving aside the fact that power at the top is much more bureaucratically institutionalized in China than it was in Mao Zedong's day (a good thing), certainly this visit is hugely important.
The worlds of higher ed and public ed grapple with such "fundamentally different issues," he says, that they tend to be managed separately even in the few states where they are bureaucratically combined.
But when simple cut-and-paste type errors are not caught or when larger organizations cannot bureaucratically understand or handle such a simple problem, what happens?
The company's pursuit for "organic growth" shows that they are too inept or bureaucratically constipated to develop the technology on their own.
Insiders working on the issue also suggested that DOS did not match up bureaucratically inside the fight.