Letter: Agencies not able to perform duties is giving away governmental functions

Regarding "What is inherently governmental?"

The last statement is really the bottom line "…agencies must maintain a capability for performing central functions without contractors. They cannot let their institutional knowledge dry up… ." To do other wise is to give away or sell a governmental function to a profit-driven operation using contracts.

Ralph Randall

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