you might find my entries concerning overstaffed departments in Raleigh with salaries listed for all of those department heads.
You might find my question concerning the number of attorneys in each state department and the need to send them into private practice.
You might also find my post concerning the poorly trained computer wizards at DSS who allowed all those millions to flow to entitlement receipients who never had any intent on questioning why they were getting money they were not entitled to.
You can probably cut 40% of the state staff with no significant impact on state services other than the 60% who retain their jobs would actually have to work a full 40 hours each week.
I also questioned how so many state department heads could earn so much more then the Governor. 2 Examples -- the head of the state lottery and the head of the state employees penion fund.
No, I am all for cuttting state staff. But, start at the top and work down.
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