Letter: Kelman's 'secrets' aren't so secret

Regarding "Kelman: 3 secrets to productivity": What secrets? Anyone who has been around the federal government more than a few hours knows that "fewer political appointees, flatter management structures and empowered, enthusiastic employees" will increase productivity.  

As my kids used to say, "Well, duh, Dad!"

Michael J. Novak
Internal Revenue Service



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