In an effort to crack down on wasteful government paperwork, the White House announced that it is doing away with a federal requirement that few knew was even still in existence – work on the Y2K bug bubble spiel kostenlosen.
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In fact, regulations had been requiring preparedness updates for the bug, something which by it’s very name could only have been relevant in the year 2000 mijn ing app downloaden.
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The Trump administration announced Thursday that it would eliminate dozens of paperwork requirements for federal agencies, including an obscure rule that requires them to continue providing updates on their preparedness for a bug that afflicted some computers at the turn of the century herunterladen. As another example, the Pentagon will be freed from a requirement that it file a report every time a small business vendor is paid, a task that consumed some 1,200 man-hours every year herunterladen.
Mick Mulvaney, Director of the Office of Management and Budget, likened the move to “cleaning out our closets” of items that “everyone agrees is a complete waste of time.”
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“Many agencies have forgotten how to deregulate,” Mulvaney added herunterladen. “It’s been so long since somebody asked them to look backwards.”
A full 17 years in this instance.
Bloomberg reports that thus far, Trump “has signed more laws rolling back his predecessor’s regulations than the combined total of the three previous presidents.”
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