Department of Homeland Security

DHS-wide adoption of PIER system for public information

DHS should purchase a software license for PIER (public information for emergency response) System to serve the public information needs of the Department and all of its components, and, mandate the use of PIER by all component agencies in day-to-day and crisis response communications to achieve unity of effort and continuity of experience for our site visitors. While HHS, USCIS and the USCG already use PIER, contracting... more »

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Legislative Branch

Press Release of SAVE

In this era of negative attitudes toward government, perhaps the press could be convinced to cover the efforts of lots of government employees to pitch in and help SAVE taxpayer funds. We are not as bad as many people make us look these days.

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Department of Homeland Security

If You See Something/Text Something

I had an idea that we should have a easy way for the public, young and old, to participate and utilize their ears and eyes and cell phones in the battle of terrorism, TEXTING. When a passenger sees an abandoned bag or something untoward in the terminals or restrooms or someone acting strange, they could text their concern. I suggest a local number, publicly displayed in each terminal, that would be the number to text... more »

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Department of Energy

Reaching out to the public using Webinars

Each year hundreds of public hearings are held to support public input on draft environmental impact statements (EIS) and environmental assessments (EA) Often the public cannot attend due to schedules and travel distance. An option that should be pursued for each public hearing is seeting up regional or national webinars so that the public can sign up and listen to the discussion and also provide their comments/input... more »

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