Government Innovation: A Play in Four Acts
3:58 PM, Mar 2, 2010 • By MARY KATHARINE HAM
The Secret Service's computers work only 60 percent of the time and many programs run on a 1980s-style mainframe.
When State Department employees complained that they couldn't download Firefox, they were told it was because of the "expense"...of the free program.
And, from the hearing on government oversight of car problems, which was meant to catch a problem like the one with Toyota's brake system:
But don't worry about medical innovation. It'll be just fine.
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