Re: [Videolib] Paying to get paid?

Jerry Notaro (notaro@stpt.usf.edu)
Thu, 28 Sep 2006 11:30:15 -0400

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I can tell you, working for a State Bureaucracy, that it is getting worse
and worse. Our whole lives are devoted to making the jobs of auditors and
network administrators easier.

Jerry

> We've encountered this several times, Jessica. North Carolina is the one that
> springs to mind right now. The registration process is really tedious and the
> billing ridiculous. Be sure to pay those $1.75 invoices, though, because they
> will keep billing you until you do, becoming more and more threatening as time
> goes on. I can't imagine how this process is saving any state money or time,
> but there it is. No one asked me.
>
> Jocelyn Riley
> HerOwnWords.com
> NontraditionalCareers.com
>

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Re: [Videolib] Paying to get paid? I can= tell you, working for a State Bureaucracy, that it is getting worse and wor= se. Our whole lives are devoted to making the jobs of auditors and network a= dministrators easier.

Jerry


We've encountered this several times, Jessica.  North Carolina is the = one that springs to mind right now.  The registration process is really= tedious and the billing ridiculous.  Be sure to pay those $1.75 invoic= es, though, because they will keep billing you until you do, becoming more a= nd more threatening as time goes on.  I can't imagine how this process = is saving any state money or time, but there it is.  No one asked me.  
Jocelyn Riley
HerOwnWords.com
NontraditionalCareers.com


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