There are smarter ways to cut spending than sequestration, writes defense commentator Loren Thompson, and among them are making permanent changes to the way cost-of-living increases are calculated for federal programs, allowing budget cuts to build more gradually over time and streamline purchasing and other government systems to cut out waste. Further, he writes, managers should have the flexibility to make cuts in the place they are most needed.
Commentary: Make smarter cuts to stop sequester
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