The Government Accountability Office (GAO) has finished a study of the Pentagon’s study of studies and found it to be “lacking.”
(Becket Adams) The headline, although it sounds like a joke, is completely, 100 percent serious. The government issued a study to study a study done on government studies.
We’ll give you a second to figure that one out.
“The Pentagon was inundated with so many studies in 2010 that it commissioned a study to determine how much it cost to produce all those studies,” Alyssa Newcomb writes for ABC News.
But now the Government Accountability Office (GAO) has finished a study of the Pentagon’s study of studies and found it to be “lacking.”
“The study of a study of studies began in 2010 when Defense Secretary Robert Gates complained that his department was ‘awash in taskings for reports and studies,’” Newcomb reports, “He wanted to know how much they cost.”
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