The administrative burden of forms can stop people getting the services they need

Forms are innocuous, dry, and often boring pieces of bureaucratic technology that most people consider as an inconvenience. But despite their relatively innocuous nature, forms play a critical role in the collection of information and often represent a filtering mechanism in gaining access to programs or support in the modern welfare state.

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Topics:
Government, Policy, Legislation

Author:
Dr Jeremiah Brown

Source:
Power to Persuade Blog

Date published:
Thu 4th Aug, 2022