The following discussion has two parts: the first part (SectionA) briefly sketches what might be called the traditional Federal productivity agenda; whereas the second part (all subsequent sections) lays out a complementary set of alternative concerns. Since the traditional issues are well known, their treatment is terse, if not peremptory. Accordingly, the reader's patience is requested in advance for Section A's numerous oversimplifications; for our interest, hence the bulk of our discussion lies in the alternatives presented in the remainder of the paper; hopefully the reader will judge them to be a significant contribution towards the improvement of current Federal policies.


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