Seems the Federal Aviation Administration can throw a manager meeting that dwarfs the commotion created by the Social Security Administration earlier this year (that one was reportedly only $700,000).
In this age of video conferencing it is unimaginable that the FAA needed this gathering of 3600 people to explain a contract with a union that has already been in place for more than two months.
Main Street USA gets tapped once again for government excess.
However, this type of activity makes one wonder if these meetings are in already-approved budgets. And, if so, one can only imagine the meeting budgets contained in our pork-ridden, earmarked healthcare reform bill with the House and Senate. Food for thought.
Over For Now.
Main Street One