Before either of these cost reduction measures can be implemented to the benefit of private sector businesses, job seekers and taxpayers, Gindlesperger emphasized that government leaders have to change their ways: “They must rein in government agencies that are duplicating services already provided in the private sector. It makes no more sense, for instance, for government agencies to operate printing plants than it does for them to manufacture their own vehicles. Leaders must demand that government agencies outsource work to private sector businesses that already are set up to perform a particular job. The role of government is not to compete with the private sector. Government’s role is to implement the laws of the land, working in partnership with the private sector – the only legitimate creator of jobs in the United States.”
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