The Daily Caller discusses the practice of official time for public employees with Trey Kovacs.
The practice exists on the federal level where it is known as official time. Trey Kovacs, a policy analyst at the Competitive Enterprise Institute, found it cost the federal government at least $1 billion between 1998 and 2013. The exact amount may be much higher due to inaccurate record keeping and a lack of transparency.
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