Department of Transportation

Lean/Six Sigma Duty Assignment

Lean 6 Sigma is the ultimate investment tool for developing and improving process efficiency in the corporate and public sectors. Eliminating wasteful processes will not only increase the effectiveness and efficiency of the organization but will provide an enormous cost savings throughout. Every organization operates in a unique manner. So, if you’re not assigned to every site and know exactly how each site functions ...more »

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Environmental Protection Agency

Eliminate Ethanol

EPA wants to eliminate leaded aviation fuel, which is great, but we can't use car fuel because the ethanol damages the fuel lines and draws moisture out of the air, causing engine failure. If you eliminate ethanol from car gas 1) you'd get better fuel economy since ethanol only has about 80% of the energy gasoline has and 2) you can use it in planes and boats and 3) you can eat the corn instead, reducing food prices ...more »

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Department of Homeland Security

Security Screening Cost Saving

Secretary Napolitano suggests raising security fees. In the following presentation to the DFW Occupational Safety and Health Specialist the premise of reducing the burden of the carry-on baggage handled by TSA Officers is highlighted. According to the safety proposal as a weight/size reduction begins as compliance with already established FAA protocol the size/weight restriction on carry-on baggage and ...more »

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Department of the Interior

The one with the best map wins

Federal land management agencies in Alaska are required to be competent stewards of national resources. Unfortunately, these agencies must often base their management decisions on information created when President Eisenhower and President Kennedy were in office. The fact is, excluding a few urban areas, most maps for Alaska are based on cartographic information from the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s, and they do not ...more »

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