This idea applies to ALL federal agencies. Almost every federal office and federal building I visit has multiple framed pictures of the President and Vice President. There are also framed portraits of other agency officials. This practice should be discontinued because it is an unnecessary, frivolous expense.
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I work in a building with 4 "official portraits" in them. These are of the President, the VIce President, the Secretary, and the Commissioner. Each time anyone in one of these positions changes, a new photograph is taken, the photograph is printed, framed, shipped, hung, and the old photograph is removed, transported and stored or disposed of. This is true of every office building owned or leased by the US government... more »