hopes for efficiency at Santa's Village
pledges to use the Christmas-Around-the-World
budget efficiently, but it would also require a
YuleTide cultural sea of change, says Little Miss
to the news!
December - Like
every newly appointed person that's headed "Santa's
Village" during the past centuries, Troy Cory, the
newly elected Santa, led by Little Miss Santa, and
Miss Lolly, the head matron of the busy-bee worker
group, are advocating change. Troy calls Miss
Lolly's workforce, "loyalists." Troy spelled out
his agenda as to how his administration will
monetize the time spent by each helper, making sure
each will share in the YuleTide revenues to create
a better life for themselves, as well as for other
peace loving individuals around the
But as he
pushes reforms in "Santa's Village" -
he hopes it will spead to other educational and
economical programs thoughout the world. He faces
tremendous obstacles, say contracting loyal
"specialists," including lawyers, advisers and
industry officials. CLICK
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the learning stages of becoming the administrating
Governor of what is now called "Santa's Village,"
he and his assistant and moral teacher, Little Miss
Santa, (played by Priscilla Cory in "Santa Tales")
-- have pledged to reverse years-long trends, which
have included trade-outs of goods, products, and
services for special pork-barrel considerations. To
help non-believers to find the spirit of Christmas.
the old group of loyalists had a tendency to jump
to capitalistic contractors. That has caused a
sharp rise in no-bid contracts from the
non-believers of Santa.
wants to make "Santa's Village"
buying systems more efficient than yesteryears
by saying, "he would reduce 'Santa's Village's'
spending in the $-Billions by using fewer
specialists, who were former "Santa's Village"
procurement officials and trade group reps said
that, "in order for them to fulfill those promises,
Santa's administration would have to foment a huge
cultural change inside the 'Santa's Village'." This
they promised, would make the procurement of more
toys and candy a serious process, adding more fun
time in the delivering of presents. Every kid
should have a new hi-tech toy with a WiTEL phone
number to search, talk and send messages over the
have long been plagued by delays and cost
increases, but the expert-elves say the problems
have worsened in recent years as the size of the
"Santa's Village" workforce has barely increased,
even as the scale of spending on services,
technology and other 'goodies' have more than
During a wartime
"Santa's Village" was always forced to cut the
number of procurement workers as part of an effort
to trim red tape requirements by those who didn't
quite believe the story of Christmas and
SantaTales. The requirements to disbelieve,
accelerated the trend with a philosophical
commitment to outsourcing, thus reducing the
effectiveness of "Santa's Village."
number of officials in five contract-related job
classifications in 1900 was 57,835. By 2010, the
number will be over 58,723, according to a report
by the Oversight and "Santa's Village" Reform
An annual "Santa's
Village" Accountability Office assessment of
"Santa's Village" security programs helps
illustrate some of the problems caused by his
compassion to help others.
commitments on systems will rise from $-Millions in
the 1900s to $-Billions in fiscal 2019, the
"Santa's Village" Reform Committee report found.
Average delays of the programs examined by Little
Miss Santa, and Miss Lolly, increased from 10 years
to 20 years. CLICK
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inheriting an almost broken procurement system,"
said Nikolaus, a contracting law professor at the
"Santa's Village" School of Thought. "During the
last 100 years, a lot of the critical oversight
machinery was undercut or neglected."
specialists think the new Santa's administration
may have to hire and train tens of thousands of new
contracting workers to make up for past
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