Why can’t federal agencies attack problems by producing and implementing a coherent systematic policy?
- buzzfeedbrennyLv 51 decade agoFavorite Answer
Are you being facetious?
- 1 decade ago
Where to start... Well Federal agencies can only implement the laws that Congress makes and the President signs and the judiciary determines are constitutional. That sets up a number of problems there - too many competing interests from the different groups. Plus, with federal agencies being given a small fraction of an issue to work on (e.g., Welfare policies may be implemented/regulated by the Labor Department, Health and Human Services and Agriculture), the system is just not set up for success.
- PaladinLv 41 decade ago
Government is filled with people who are not smart enough or qualified to get a real job. So logically, the stupidest and most inept people in the country are running it. Scary, eh?
- coragryphLv 71 decade ago
Because the federal government is not a coherent system.
They are so bloated and disorganized, they cannot be coherent.