A lot of it has to do with statistical validation. Plus, mistakes are made filling out the forms and corrections acquired.
Once you take even the smallest part of this process out of the hands of the computers and the mail delivery service, that part is going to take far more time and effort.
posted on 03/08/2010 6:56:11 AM PST
("Git Out The Way")
Juggle the 1.2 million “workers” any way you want, with even 50% devoted to support staff, with any number of validations and re-validations, corrections and re-corrections, with any ratio of full-timers and part-timers, with any ratio public mail form compliance and non-compliance. In a day of computer automation, how does it take 1.2 million to count 310 million without intolerable levels of “feather-bedding” and no show jobs?
posted on 03/08/2010 7:11:58 AM PST
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