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Department of Defense

INCREASE PFOFIT MARGIN AT EXCHANGES

Open up shopping opportunities to federal civilian employees possessing a valid Government ID Card.

Currently, military commissaries and exchanges authorize the sale of most products and services only Active Duty Military possessing a valid ID card and authorized dependents. However, potential revenue from civilian employees is being overlooked. There is a lot of opportunity to increase revenue, move more inventory,... more »

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Department of the Treasury

Billion dollar coin stockpile solution

I've read many news stories recently complaining about how much it costs the government to stockpile dollar coins that aren't being used. If you want to get the coins into circulation and out of the warehouses, get the money out to military commisaries. Substituting paper money with dollar coins will be easier on military bases, as the Forces are used to taking orders, and trying out new things with no questions asked.... more »

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Department of Defense

AAFES/Commisary

I think the PX and commisaries should be done away with in CONUS. The main function was to provide soldiers with no means of transportation a place to shop, but this idea is outdated. Nearly everyone has a car and there are places off base where you can readily shop. They seem to have become more like places for retirees to catch up with their friends.

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Department of Defense

Promote dollar coin use at AAFES, Commisary, NX, Clubs, etc.

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US dollar coins are being stored. They are not circulating. Dollar coins are cheaper in the long run than paper one dollar bills.

Have the PX, BX, comissary, Marine exchange, clubs in the Morale and Welfare system, etc. Start each day with a specifiec minimum of dollar coins in their "bank", "drawer", "tray" or what ever the enterprise calls the money availalbe... more »