I would like to see a challenge to this unsubstantiated assumption made by the author of the bill. “Currently federal agencies strive to spend every cent they are allocated. In the private sector, however, employees work hard to identify ways to save the organization money and they often get rewarded for their diligence. " Exactly why is the motivation to do one's job greater in the private sector than in government? How is it true that businesses give cash rewards for specific information that saves expenses? People are paid to do a job and are promoted or fired according to how well they perform. Why would a public employee be different from any other employee. It seems clear to me that this bill and the statement about it are merely part of a broad and concerted campaign to vilify our government in order to increase the ease with which private money and power can abuse, defraud and steal from citizens. The reason industry does not want regulation is the same reason criminals avoid police. The famous Powell Memo and President Reagan have set in motion a juggernaut of corporate power that has all but completely eviscerated democratic rule. It is a corporate Coup de' etat that has elevated profit to the level of "The love of money (which) is the root of all kinds of evil." To be clear money is not evil and neither is profit and neither is a chain saw. All three of these tools, however, can be extremely destructive when used improperly.