As federal agency heads move to implement President Trump’s FY2018 budget blueprint, some recent comments from agency directors indicate there may be attempts to reverse what some seem to see as poorly targeted or overly drastic cuts to important priorities.
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By creating a repository of transit data from states across the nation, the U.S. Transportation Department is hoping to identify areas where transit is lacking and help it reach its full potential.
President Trump’s budget proposal, released in May, proposed $3.6 trillion in cost reductions. Among the proposals were dramatic changes to the federal retirement system – changes that would impact both current and future retirees.
On Friday, in a visit intended to cap off a week that had been dubbed “infrastructure week” by the White House, President Donald Trump visited the Department of Transportation’s headquarters and announced the creation of a new council intended to help builders with the permitting process on federal infrastructure projects, while ostensibly improving transparency “by creating a new online dashboard allowing everyone to easily track major projects through every stage of the approval process.”
One of the great challenges of the modern world is how to keep calm in the face of bureaucracy. Thus, we offer this small film for anyone who has ever wanted to shout at the airline counter or the operator.