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WOW: Trump Takes Hammer To Big Government, Will ELIMINATE A Major Federal Department

WOW: Trump Takes Hammer To Big Government, Will ELIMINATE A Major Federal Department

President Donald Trump has been railing against big government for several years and has been trying to reduce the size of it since taking office two years ago.

According to The Hill, Trump is trying to do what has not been done since World War II: eliminate a federal agency.

The Trump administration is moving to dismantle the Office of Personnel Management and will shift its responsibilities to other various departments.

If Trump’s administration is successful, the OPM would be the first federal department eliminated since World War II.

According to the Post, the OPM’s responsibilities would be shifted to three other departments.

Trump’s announcement on the agency is reportedly likely to occur over the summer and OPM employees were briefed on the matter at a meeting in March.

According to the Post, the administration views the agency as an example of inefficient, slow-moving government.

“Reached for comment, a White House spokesperson referred The Hill to previous proposals calling for the reorganization of OPM.

“President Trump is committed to reforming the federal government, making it more efficient, effective, and accountable for hardworking American taxpayers,” the spokesperson added.

“It’s a big, exemplary step,” Margaret Weichert, deputy director for management at the Office of Management and Budget and acting OPM director, told the Post in an interview.

She characterized the agency created to oversee the civil service in 1978 as “fundamentally not set up for success, structurally.”

If Trump’s administration is successful, the OPM would be the first federal department eliminated since World War II.

According to the Post, the OPM’s responsibilities would be shifted to three other departments.

Trump’s announcement on the agency is reportedly likely to occur over the summer and OPM employees were briefed on the matter at a meeting in March.

According to the Post, the administration views the agency as an example of inefficient, slow-moving government.

“Reached for comment, a White House spokesperson referred The Hill to previous proposals calling for the reorganization of OPM.

“President Trump is committed to reforming the federal government, making it more efficient, effective, and accountable for hardworking American taxpayers,” the spokesperson added.

“It’s a big, exemplary step,” Margaret Weichert, deputy director for management at the Office of Management and Budget and acting OPM director, told the Post in an interview.

She characterized the agency created to oversee the civil service in 1978 as “fundamentally not set up for success, structurally.”

This would certainly be a huge move and something that many Americans would applaud.

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