Incidences of the restriction of the bureaucratic expense in the Venezuelan public sector (A concrete case the Venezuelan Air Force)
McGonigal, Richard A.
Dreher, Robert G.
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During the past 30 years, the Venezuelan Air Force has evolved into a very professional, well trained and highly educated organization. The Air Force is not only responsible for the maintenance of sophisticated arms systems, but also for the maintenance and operation of an efficient peace force. As a result of the Bolivar's devaluation this year, the Venezuelan Air Force must now continue to maintain its high performance standards in the face of budget cuts. The aim of this thesis is to present an analysis of how economic measures taken by the government have produced cutbacks of both professional and technical civilian personnel in the Venezuelan Air Force. The thesis presents possible solutions of an institutional nature which would allow this organization to meet its objectives. It is first necessary to present an overall understanding of the Venezuelan's State economic and social situation, its administration apparatus, administrative reforms and their interrelationship with the policies, standards and laws that are necessary for the achievement of those objectives.
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