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Greely further suggested the unification of all supply bureaux according to business management principles. This suggestion which combined the Quartermaster's Department, Subsistence Department, Commissary Department and Pay Bureau was, not surprisingly, opposed by the members of those staff departments, but they also expressed their views in business terms. Commissary-General Eagen cited a current industrial debate which highlighted the problems of placing too many functions in one department.
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