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Department of Health and Human Services

Budget Savings To Bonus

Brief: Provide an incentive to reduce budgets over time via savings bonus by simulating market incentives.

Given that there is no profit incentive and therefore market forces are absent in most government budgeting exercises, simulate such forces via a bonus program. A department that does not spend all its budget will get a fraction of the unused portion of the budget as bonuses. This provides employees a personal... more »

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Office of Personnel Management

End of year bonuses ONLY for "outstanding" employees

Only those employees that received an "outstanding" rating in their most recent employee evaluation should receive bonuses.

 

Similarly, "blanket bonuses" (where the entire office receives a bonus just because) should be eliminated.

 

This not only reduces costs to the tax payer, but also encourages employees to strive to excel (which, afterall is supposed to be the point of a bonus in teh first place)

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Legislative Branch

No Bonus money for Congress

If you go to Capitol Hill to be an aid, you do so knowing it is a low paying job. You are getting experience, working for someone you beleive in, and you have THAT for your resume. No one is there for a career of Public Service. The U.S. Congress JUST gave $6.1 Million in bonuses to their staffs, while going after Feds who have committed their lives to the country! Hypocricy Run Amok!http://www.cnn.com/2011/POLITICS/06/27/congressional.bonuses/?iref=obinsite... more »

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