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Combatting Major Floodings: Harnessing the 3 States of Water

From the catastrophic flooding caused by Katrina to the recent Disaster Declarations throughout the United States due to floorings, many Americans have lost their lives, family, homes and dreams. Mother Nature continues to attack with the ever increasing magnitude in strength of a major flood making all possible human efforts to halt its perilous path very difficult. Water is a liquid at ambient conditions, but it often ...more »

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Stop sending SSI incentive payments to penal institutions

Use those funds to decrease the deficit. Stop sending incentive payments to jails and prisons to report there incarceration to Social Security to stop their payments. It should be the law that this should be done without a payments being sent. I have read that jails or prisons do not report what the incentive payments are used for. Aren't our tax dollars enough? For each prisoner the prisons receive from $400.00 to ...more »

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Transportation Security Officer

I think the Organization should do more recycling in respect to exhausted supplies, eg. sample medium, empty alcohol containers in addition to training TSO's or our employees how to fix or service our security equipment. If our employees were sent to School to receive certification in this training,they would be multi talented and multi tasked,while Nationally saving the organization money and time, our ...more »

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Dollor In Dollor Out

Every Tourist,Every Visitors( US Citizens,Permanant Residents,Vistor Visa,Business Visa)Travelling away from US Land should give one Dollor and Comming into US Land Should give one Dollor.

 

Compulsory One Dollor from every one Who go out from USA and Come in to USA.(Land,Air,Ocean) including livestock.

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re-hire

You could employee [Paul Jonathan Gant who did work for the government in border patrol and IRS special investigator and is very intelligent according to awards received and also a newsworthy possibility] persons already having been through the schools at Glynco thereby saving the government a lot of money.

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Port Director not following Promotion from GS-12 to GS 13 rules

Gs-12s were given an automatic promotion to Gs-13 as long as they supervised at least 2 officers. At the Brownsville Port of Entry and probably other ports this rule is not being followed. There are at least two GS-12s that got the GS-13 promotion and g they do not supervise anyone. I am sure there are other ports throughtout the country that are doing the same thing. This needs to be corrected. The government would ...more »

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Stopping the wasteful use of seals bought and issued by CBP

At present CBP buys hundreds of thousands of seals each year to be issued at each Container Examination Station (CES) across the country. Prior to this taking place the seals that were used were those that the CES themselves bought and put on the containers once Customs Inspectors cleared the freight. The seals used by CES's are also stainless steel bolts. According to CBP someone came up with the great idea that ...more »

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Green Vehicle Idling Policy

As a CBP Officer, I’ve noticed that regardless of season, any one driving a DHS vehicle, USBP or CBP, who frequents the office, leave their GOV idling while they visit, often for tens of minutes or even longer. I assume to keep them warm, cool, or at the ready. I’m not aware of any CBP policy that either mandates or prohibits this action. Idling for just 10 minutes uses 27 gallons of gas a year. Multiply this by average ...more »

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Special Agent

Merge ATF and Secret Service Special Agents and their authorities in to Homeland Security Investigations. This would save cost on proctective duties for Secret Service becasue there would be more agents to supplement for major events. ATF would be able to work more efficiently with having access to POE and Customs Authorities and there has been an influx of illegal aliens with firearms in the U.S. Merging the two agencies ...more »

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