Government is often perceived -- by its most overt critics or ambivalent constituents -- as unnecessarily bureaucratic, fraught with inefficiency, and less than agile in its ability to react and respond to the needs of its citizens and the industries it serves. Examples abound and are highly visible across all levels of government. They include, but are not limited to, the following archetypes:
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