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Water reclamation

To employ many Americans by initiating a Federal Construction Project tasked to plan, fabricate and construct a series of channels, retention ponds/lakes, levees, pump stations and reservoirs which would collect, store and pump flood waters from the Midwest through a series of reservoirs to the draught stricken regions in the West and/or alleviate the water needs in the plain states so the the western states may retain ...more »

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Many agencies require Travel Authorizations (TA) for trips over 50-miles. These policies have been around for decades, but it is now very common for government employees to travel to meetings in official vehicles, in excess of 50 miles each way, during the course of normal daily business, with no costs incurred (aside from wages and mileage to the GOV). That being said, it seems downright wasteful to incur the costs ...more »

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Stop using taxpayer funds for "Challenge Coins." These used to be a novelty item paid for out of General and Flag officers' personal expense accounts, but have taken on a life of their own. Now, literally every agency and subordinate field level department seems to be handing out these coins. They are expensive and a waste of tax dollars. If a local agency director wants to give out coins, he/she should buy them with ...more »

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Reduce travel bureaucracy/cost for short trips <50miles

Many agencies require Travel Authorizations (TA) for trips over 50-miles. These policies have been around for decades, but it is now very common for government employees to travel to meetings in official vehicles, in excess of 50 miles each way, during the course of normal daily business, with no costs incurred (aside from wages and mileage to the GOV). That being said, it seems downright wasteful to incur the costs ...more »

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Fiscally Friendly Fema

I think that the government should start a federal home owner's insurance agency. This insurance could be mandated to those who have government backed loans. This will ensure that the government's investment as well as the home owner is protected. This would also produce jobs and the premiums would fund those who lose their home in disasters and other claim related events. Also, the profits could be used to reduce the ...more »

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Rounding all US Govt transactions & scaling back coins (pennies & nickels & dimes) production.

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travel for conferences

Currently we all get a private room. If we would double up when we travel it could potentially save millions and only a small inconvienence to the employee,

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Pay checks

You would save money by. Stop giving all empolyees a hard copy of their pay checks. When the pay stub is already online under MyPay. Then if they need a copy, we can print it.

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