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In April, I posted about the IT Consolidation at the State Department based on a published OIG review (read State Dept IRM’s IT Consolidation Gets a Screaming “F”): This week, this blog received exactly one comment on that post. I normally do not re-post comments. But I thought this one was different.
“…if somebody had the courage to say “hey, this idea is full of sh*t.” But that’s only like, well like committing career hara-kiri, and nobody does that too often in the bureaucracy. Because when you “die” in a bureaucracy, you don’t necessarily get kicked out, you just get ignored in your cubicle until you, well — dry out, crisp as autumn leaves and get swept out by the char force one night when nobody is looking….”
That was me.
Wednesday, May 26, 2010 9:27:00 PM
“That was me.”
Three words, no fluff. That probably is one of the saddest lines I’ve ever received in this blog.