Partly this is just the bureaucratic imperative of any large organization.
For a journalist, trying to piece together the life of a Guantanamo detainee involves staring into the bureaucratic unknown.
The real Russian economy is an antiquated mess, rife with bureaucratic inefficiency, a lack of competition, and epic corruption.
As I fought for services, I felt I was dealing with bureaucratic indifference bordering on malevolence.
The bureaucratic management of memory is not an easy project; it depends on too much repression for ordinary people to bear.
He worked little but rapidly, with none of the bureaucratic pedantry of a Philip II.
For the bureaucratic order, whatever it was, had to be obeyed.
Certainly the defeat of Germany gave a blow to bureaucratic militarism in Japan which in time will go far.
In bureaucratic France the colonies since 1854 have been associated with the navy.
Overridden by military methods and bureaucratic pettiness, Prussia was only beginning to free her hands from internal bonds.