What is another word for bureaucratism?

Pronunciation: [bjˈʊ͡əɹə͡ʊkɹətˌɪzəm] (IPA)

Bureaucratism refers to excessive reliance on rules and regulations in government or other organizations. Synonyms for this term include bureaucracy, red tape, formalism, officiousness, pedantry, and formalistic. Bureaucracy refers to the organization and regulations used by a government or other large institution or organization. Red tape is used to describe any excessive rules and regulations that slow down the work process. Formalism is an emphasis on form over substance, while officiousness refers to an overbearing attention to details. Pedantry is an excessive concern with minor details or rules. Formalistic means strictly adhering to rules and formality. All of these words describe the negative aspects of excessive rules and regulations on efficient and flexible decision-making.

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    bureaucracy, red tape, ADMINISTRATIVE SYSTEM, government bureaucracy, rule by bureaucracy, task bureaucracy.

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