»Bureaucracy is the multiplication of problems
by engaging more civil servants.«
– Cyril Northcote Parkinson
British historian and publisher
Politicians seem to be in agreement on one point: they all call for a reduction of bureaucracy. The Natural Economy of Life needs much less administration, for most of the controlling bodies are not longer needed. The Inland Revenue may still be needed to pay out the basic income or perhaps this will be done by the former Social Services Department or the JobCentre, but there will no longer be a need for all three of them
Not only state bureaucracy will become leaner but less administration will be needed in the commercial sector as well. The former medical insurance organisations receive their budgets from the second amount of money created. Clerical staff will only still be needed for dealing with claims for damages or health provision.
There need not necessarily be redundancies as the tasks of the civil servants and employees could be altered. The focus is away from control towards giving advice, with time being available for people again. And as there is a generous budget, this time can also be paid for.