overprogram

overprogram

(ˌəʊvəˈprəʊɡræm)
vb (tr) , -grams, -gramming or -grammed
to program (something) with unnecessary details or instructions
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In the aggregate, these behaviors lead DOD to routinely overprogram, a term often used to acknowledge that there is more cost in the programmed force than the actual budget can realistically accommodate in the out years of the FYDP.
Earls was not one to overprogram. She believed in allowing children the latitude to devise their own means of entertainment--albeit monitored from the teacher's desk.