So you want to troubleshoot the problems of your governmental institutions? That’s commendable of you. Now, I don’t want to discourage you here, but I have to be honest. And the honest reality of the situation, is that troubleshooting your current gov-system is like asking a modern-day technician to troubleshoot one of those ancient punch-card computers. The equipment you’re working with here is ridiculously out-dated. But it’s not a complete lost cause. Where there’s a will, there’s a way, right?
If you managed to read thru the preceeding paragraph, congratulations! You can now consider yourself a level 1 tek support technician for gov-systems. Use the various options within the “troubleshoot” toolbar to try and resolve your current governmental predicament.
Here’s a logo you can print out and use as your official certification diploma, if for some wacky reason, you felt like it.
Well, good job as a whole kid, for managing to read thru this whole page. The first rule of tek support: at first you’ll have to go thru a lot of useless info.