General Services Administration

Centralize USG Procurement & Erase Unintentional Competition

We all know the USG’s Federal agencies, departments, bureaus, contractors etc. spend billions of dollars annually on the procurement of simple goods to run their offices and in-field operations. These are basic products (paper, pens, power cords, post-its etc.) which any entity - public or private - requires to conduct a successful business. The items are mostly small in per-unit-price, yet when extrapolated to support ...more »

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Legislative Branch

Reduce Duplication of Arts Agencies

Combine the many arts organizations in the federal government. We have the Commission of Fine Arts (National Capital Arts and Cultural Affairs), the President's Committee on Arts and Humanities, the National Endowment for the Arts, and other oversight committees for parks and museums.

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