Financial Accountability

        The relationship of responsibility to taxpayers and discretion in government spending is directly proportional to the effort expended in acquiring funds. Essentially the government exhibits little responsibility to taxpayers through misallocation, over spending and inefficient execution of government works because the money was not earned but taxed. 
         Anyone who works hard for their money is more responsible with it and if not then can at least assume the responsibility of misusing it.  Taxes are not the government’s money, it is the wealth of the nation and its people, and the misallocation of taxes collected is a crime committed against the citizens of a country.
 
 
Quotas
 
        It is no secret that all organizations have quotas.  Some are official such as sales quotas for retail businesses and some are unofficial and usually pertain to an organizations budget.  Unlike official quotas, unofficial quotas will be denied by an organization because of the inherent immorality of such quotas.           Accusations of meeting unofficial quotas will no doubt be deemed by organizations to be unfounded but I believe a combination of reported financial records compared with actual productivity and anecdotal evidence will serve as proof enough of the existence of unofficial quotas.
        Organizations use two slight variations of unofficial quotas to achieve the same result; the maintenance and/or growth of current budgeting.  Organizations, such as departments of government which have budget allowances, are encouraged to spend the maximum amount allocated to them because this allocation is based on previous and current spending. If they can do the same job for less money then, in the future, they will be allocated less money; there is no incentive for improving organizational efficiency.
               
        Complex systems and organizational operations will fluctuate.  Commonsense Government is dedicated to efficient operations and the constant and thorough monitoring of all operations that use public funds.   The Accountability Commission is responsible for assessing the effectiveness of organizations to determine if productions levels are meeting funding levels and if financial or operational changes are required.
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