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Federal employees work in the service of the taxpayer and the serviceman/woman, and we are obligated to always conduct business in the most inexpensive way possible (which means buying the cheapest equipment, taking the cheapest flights even if it means 2 layovers, etc).
We have none of those little perks that those of you in the private sector are so used to. Such as fancy paid lunches or tickets to sporting events to "network".
So to imply that allowing workers to have a benefit that exists in most major private corporations is somehow just another wasteful government practice is ridiculous.
Many of you need to stop assuming that everything the government does is a waste and start realizing that federal employees actually work for the country (unlike those who just work for a profit).
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