Bureaucracy and You

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Bureaucracy and you

October 23, 2011

POS/110

Mary Ann Koehler

Axia College

The federal bureaucracy is the United States (U.S.) largest employer. They have millions of employees that literally help run the country we all know as home. Their jobs range from postal services, public broadcasting, and to being in control of student loans. The federal bureaucracy plays such a significant role in our everyday lives that sometimes we do not even realize it. My essay will explain five ways in which the federal bureaucracy regulates my everyday life. I will explain the five agencies that are associated with these regulations and give an in depth explanation of the agencies specific job description and how they affect my life.

The federal bureaucracy affects my life more than I knew. I was very surprised to learn that almost every move I make and every think I do on a daily basis is based on the federal regulations. My fiancé is in the process of starting his own business so one of my first errands I or we have to run almost every day is to the bank. The bank that I use is run by the Federal Reserve Board (FRB). When I am home I wait for the mail to come because clients send receipts for invoices they receive and I have to keep track of all of them to ensure our books are straight and that all payments have been made. This goes for our monthly bills we get in the mail as well. The United States Postal Service is in charge of shipping and inspecting the mail I receive. While I am home I care for our two year old son and my seven year old daughter. One of the most important things to me is their safety. With all of the ciaos with plastic toys not being safe it is very important to keep up with the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission. The last part of my day either includes homework through the internet, listen to the radio, or a television show on local programming television station. The...
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