WHO WANTS TO WORK IN WASHINGTON? No wonder businessmen turn down government jobs: The pay is low, and the ethics barriers are getting higher. Herein some horror stories, and a few ideas for reform

Norton, Robert E.; Reese, Jennifer
August 1989
Fortune;8/14/1989, Vol. 120 Issue 4, p77
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