I see far too many employees who simply show up to work--but don't--or have very low levels of productivity. We used to have a written count of names of those who took a turn at examining bags at TSA. I propose we do this again, and those of us who barely work should be warned, suspended, and/or cut from the workforce. Either leave it at that and save on payroll, or hire qualified current unemployed workers so eager ...more »
Judicial process uses a lot of paper, a lot of process, could be streamlined, moved to more work done online.
Cut the a/C bill by increasing the temp to 80 degree in summer and winter keep it to 64 degrees. Cut the food bill feed them with half of the meal size (2 meals with existing one meal) and two times a day and not three times a day. Take one meal for poor people in our neighborhood. No cable TV at all. Let them starve and think of God and they may not never comeback because of hardship. Let them work some yard work. If ...more »
SSI for families should have a cap. A family with four people on SSI, Medicaid, Food Stamps and Section 8 housing, is making what amount to a $70,000/ year tax free income. We need to revamp SSI, I don't say abolish it; but if there are four people in a household, why should each of them receive $674? Why not put it on a sliding scale? I am tired of seeing my tax dollars going to people who are scaming the system ...more »
Currently, we have to run numerous queries when working up cases and scan them into the files including a DIBWIZ. The DIBWIZ query is very informational regarding all aspects of the cases and has most of the required queries all compiled into one master query (the only one that is missing is the certified earnings records which really is not essential because that information is also within DIBWIZ). Therefore, we are ...more »
Employee drivers to transport mail between SSA ODAR offices to and from local District Offices & field offices. This would result in a half a million dollars saved by paying an annual salary, using the government scale-providing a vehicle for the transportation and a gas card. There would be no mileage reimbursement. This would result in a job for a student intern, a veteran, or public which would boost the unemployment ...more »
Our great country which offers us all of our rights and freedoms has also created CEO "monsters" who receive multi-million dollar yearly bonuses for making a profit. Making a profit is what they were hired for in the first place, and that is what they are getting paid their regular salary for. CEO Bonus's should never exceed 5% of thier salary, and should not be tax free. Any CEO bonus should be taxed at 50%, and that ...more »
Lets face the facts. People are in prison because they have committed crimes. They are being PUNISHED! They should not have facilites that offer them any luxuries. There should be no multi-million dollar gyms with air conditioning, no TV, and no special food. They can get their exercise buy working. Regardless of their religeon or beliefs, everyone should get the same food; again, they are in prison, and do not deserve ...more »
remove all the niceties that criminals get like tv's, gyms, libraries if they are going to break the law make them realize that they dont get a free ride
The federal government spends too much money on discrimination/retalation suits, because managers face no financial repercussion. The way the system runs thus far is managers face no threat of guilty findings. The citizens pay for their actions, but have no knowledge of how much money is spent on legal fees. Stopping the abuse of policies within the federal government would save us millions, if not trillions of dollars. ...more »
Limit the number of times you can appeal to 3-4. If looking to overturn a conviction, re-try by jury. if found guilty by 2 seprate juries, you lose all rights to appeal further. This should include Death penalty cases, and hopefully put more focus on Innocent Until Proven Guilty.
We outsource many products and services. Why not outsource incarceration of certain types of criminals to Mexico, Korea, Australia, etc. Maybe with the possibility of being put in jail in one of these places recidivism would drop off. Agreements could be negotiated saving taxpayer dollars and make going to prison less attractive for those who see it as a status symbol. The business of prisoner rights has gone too far. ...more »