It's amazing that President Bush, who planned to run his administration like a business, and Rummy, who was a chief executive himself, haven't already come up with this brainstorm. They're always
touting the private sector, even for fixing Social Security. They should take a lesson from their own playbook and reach out to corporate America. If Rummy can't adequately supply the Army, maybe
I.B.M. and Xerox can.
Read the whole story at The New York Times, December 16, 2004