Showing 6 ideas for tag "airlines"

National Aeronautics and Space Administration

travel savings

Employees should be able to book commercial flights that are much cheaper than government contract fares where the benefits of the contract fares are not needed.

Employees should be able to book train travel directly. There are no government savings available, and many trips are not available via Fedtraveler without a costly call to the travel agency. Time, money and stress would be saved if this could be done directly... more »



Legislative Branch

Rethink Biometric Pilot Credential Program To Save Program Costs

Instead of developing a new stand alone "pilot biometric credential", and since legislation dictates one, why not consider using the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP's) Trusted Traveler Global Entry credential for this purpose.

Although not specifically tailored for pilots currently, the global entry card could easily accomodate "pilots" via unique data elements within existing IT infrastructure for greater... more »



EXOP - Office of the Vice President

Incentives for Saving

Every time a government employee has to travel on official duty we are forced to use SATO or some other agency designated travel service to purchase our mode of travel & lodging. I have in my possession a copy of a travel confirmation in which the airline ticket cost the taxpayers $1881.80. This ticket could have been purchased for approximately $1000.00 less online without going through SATO. When you add up all the... more »