Thomas Russell Wingate
8 March 2009

Chancy though it is, private enterprise is superior to its rivals.

What calls itself “the public sector” is cumbersome in its demands, slow in its payments, and averse to the very concept of pricing by quality.

(To give you an example, the Navy hopes to purchase writing the way it purchases lumber.)

Writers would do well to avoid government contracts.

(The “public sector” will learn nothing from this, of course.)
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