Earlier this month, a report was released from the GAO that detailed the possible waste resulting from government overlap and uncoordinated programs to help Americans with disabilities find jobs.
There has been much debate about cutting the expenses of government. A good start may be to re-examine the job training programs that cost the taxpayers billions training workers for jobs that don’t exist.
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Our latest infographic visualizes a new report by the GAO has taking aim at costly government redundancy.
A new report by the Government Accountability Office (GAO) has taken aim at government redundancy and revealed how costly duplicative programs have been to taxpayers.
The USA Today reported on the redundant job training programs within the federal government. The federal government spends $18 billion a year on 47 separate job training programs run by nine different agencies.