State task force “works” on streamlining services

Whatever.

Does Georgia’s state government provide services that it shouldn’t be providing? Are there areas that need more services? Should some state programs be left to federal or local governments, privatized, or done away with all together?

And how do Georgians know they are getting the best bang for their buck?

Those are the questions that the “best value government” task force chaired by State Sen. Mitch Seabaugh hopes to answer.

9 comments

  1. EAVDad says:

    Does anyone see the irony in the creation of a government task force to look at ways to streamline government? Anyone?

  2. LoyaltyIsMyHonor says:

    Start with the General Assembly. Reduce the House to 100 members and the Senate to about 45. Also, how about combining some counties so that we have under 100?

    156? Are you kidding me?

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