We live in a society of specialization. Look around and you will see niche businesses that employ experts in fields that did not exist a generation ago. With all of that expertise, you might expect that massively expensive public programs are being administered by professionals specifically trained for the task.
Of course I’m joking. Public projects are all too often managed by people (i.e. government officials) who have little or no training for the job.
On the national level, the Affordable Care Act website is a classic example. The site’s epic failure to launch can be attributed to the toxic interference …