Tyranny exists when rulers dismiss the will of the people in favor of serving their own ends. Incentivized asynalagonomies directly reward public service by offering increased prestige and privilege for jobs well done for all citizens who serve. This same principle applies both to those who manage the public and to those who are managed. Government officials and managers are audited randomly and their auditors are also audited, in order to assure accountability and quality of performance, which assures that their attitude is that of service to the public good rather than serving their own ends. A sure way to end a career of public service in disgrace is to betray the public trust. The system of penalties can result in a permanent loss of privilege that can be difficult to recover from for those who abuse their power.