Your View: Lack of business experience in Washington costs taxpayers

It is at these times that organizations most need directors with managerial and business experience. However, as measured by both training and experience, the managerial expertise of individuals in charge of major federal government programs today seem not to be equal to the task. The current administration has few senior leaders with business experience. The average business experience of Biden appointees is 2.4 years according to a recent study conducted by Stephen Moore, a member of the editorial board of the Wall Street Journal, and White House correspondent Jon Decker, who examined the backgrounds of 68 of the current top executive branch officers.

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