superbureaucrat

superbureaucrat

(ˈsuːpəˌbjʊərəˌkræt)
n
(Professions) an important or highly powerful bureaucrat
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Then the power of computing can turn into a kind of ubiquitous, electronic superbureaucrat that imposes unnecessary overhead while stubbornly frustrating users' attempts to work productively.
As police forces become larger and fewer in number, and gain greater self control over the management of their resources, a new breed of chief constable, a superbureaucrat (Weber 1964),(11) will be required to replace the bureaucrats so eloquently described by Reiner (1991).
Szlabowski, The Superbureaucrats (Toronto: Macmillian, 1979), Denis Olsen, The State Elite in Canadian Society (Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1980), and Jacques Bourgault, "Profile of deputy ministers in the Government of Canada," Working Paper Series (Ottawa: Canada School of Public Service, 2003).
Or, to take another example, mandarins or superbureaucrats in Westminster systems reverse this image.
The Superbureaucrats: Structure ad Behavior in Central Agencies.
The result is that congressmen have become elected superbureaucrats: ombudsmen, micromanagers, and prosecutors.
For example, Campbell and Szablowski's piece, excerpted from their important Superbureaucrats book, gives extensive details of central agency structures and actors c.