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March 10, 2010

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Richard Power

Everyone complains but when help is offered, it is spurned. The situation reminds me of a man dying of thirst who rejects the offer of water because he had his mind made up in advance that the only thing acceptable is Gatorade.
The answer to automating welfare applications and service might not look like what those in charge have decided is the way it should look but the answer is actually relatively simple. The whole thing could be done in a couple of months and work with 100% accuracy. Welfare data is not all that sophisticated and the processing required is likewise not all that sophisticated.
Whenever people decide enough is enough, give me a call and I'll do a prototype free with the completed system not costing more than a few million dollars. I have satisfied customers all over the country, using software that is considerably more complex than what is required to manage welfare data.

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