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California’s leaky bucket theory of public improvement
Opinion

California’s leaky bucket theory of public improvement

How well are California taxpayer dollars being utilized for public service? ■ By Jon Coupal / Contributed Unfortunately, Californians have come to expect significant levels of waste and incompetence when it comes to government programs. Just last week, we learned that the “new” $290 million computer system for the California Department of Tax and Fee Administration — in the works for over a decade — was having significant problems with tax filers trying to submit their quarterly returns. Despite California being home to Silicon Valley and the best high-tech minds on the planet, the State of California has a sorry history of failure when implementing big computer projects. Although Will Rogers

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