unbureaucratic

unbureaucratic

(ˌʌnˌbjʊərəˈkrætɪk)
adj
not bureaucratic; not characterized by bureaucracy
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We have a different, kind of unbureaucratic way of making decisions," said Munger.
They also wanted any new immigration system to be quick, fair, inexpensive and unbureaucratic. Whilst almost four-fifths of employers surveyed expected no impact from potential restrictions on the number of migrant workers (both skilled and unskilled), this decreased to half of those who had any non-UK workers.
(4.) Brockmann, J., 'Unbureaucratic Behavior among Street-Level Bureaucrats: The Case of the German State Police', 2015, Review of Public Personnel Administration, vol.
Secondly, fintechs are quick and unbureaucratic. Thirdly, there are lots of investors searching for higher interest rates for their savings than those offered by time deposit accounts.
Businesses which want to sell to Latin America often find it expedient to use Uruguay as the route to market as the port is fast and unbureaucratic and goods can then be moved to other countries such as Brazil and Argentina through land-based customs routes more easily.
After the G20 ended yesterday, Merkel pledged speedy and unbureaucratic compensation to victims of the "unrestrained brutality" of rioters.
The major problem that will be highlighted refers to the way of how the Shared Economy has been heeded by society, that with still view class workers, under the necessity of State domain, does not consider the positives achieved in global scale through the services offered in this era; defending the argument of unfair competition because the companies in this new economic model function unbureaucratic way, rejecting the sustainable benefits.
Also essential to his success was the respect he earned from Inuit individuals and organizations for his responsiveness to their proposals, and his refreshingly unbureaucratic, down-to-earth approach to collaboration.
easing ("unbureaucratic") access to funds for external partners;
His colleague Axel Lindhorst adds, "Fast and unbureaucratic access to education is one of the keys to integrating refugees, and as an important vendor of learning technology, we feel a sense of duty in this respect."
But that superdiscretion has not made the committee unpredictable, or unbureaucratic. Instead, tradition has interestingly filled the gaping discretionary gap enjoyed by the agency.