Imagine how things might be different if those tens of millions of dollars went to the national parks (and hiring federally employed software engineers) instead of shareholders for a company turning billions in revenue every year.
I've always wondered why we spend more money handing tasks out to good profit companies with not much disincentive to cut corners instead of just doing them right to begin with. This is a good example, and blatant corporate welfare too.
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