Department of Veterans Affairs

BIG savings from a Small town.

I have several ideas but here's just a few. Our printer alone prints out 30-50 pieces of paper per day that are either not ours or not significant. We have 450 printers in our VA medical center! Our printer alone is spewing off over 10,000 unused/unwanted copies per year, take that times 450 printers! We averaged the waist to be nearly $30,000 per year. Just for our small town facility. Can you imagine the waste? Also ...more »

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Department of Education

Mandatory drug testing for all aid recipients

I think that students who are recipients of federal dollars (as well as various forms of welfare) should be required to random drug testing. Lot of college students spending their college years in a drug induced haze while recieving federal grant or loan money. Same for welfare recipients in all the various forms.

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Department of Veterans Affairs

Rapid Drug screening: SAVING TIME, SAVING MONEY

Many veterans NEED pain management. Others say they need the med and but selling the prescription for profit. Many also use illegal drugs as well. RAPID DRUG SCREENING would detect illegal drug use and also show if compliance with medications used for pain management, mental health, and ect. Stopping the writing of unnecessary prescriptions will help fight the war on drugs, increase compliance and also decrease emergency ...more »

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