Showing 4 ideas for tag "computer programs"

Department of the Treasury

Evaluate Programs

Evaluate all computer programs used in each agency for duplicacy. For example, I can get a return from the LIN system or I can pull up the return using the Employee User Portal. The EUP sometimes has more schedules and resembles the actual tax return filed more so than then LIN link. Can these 2 programs be consolidated? I don't know enough about each program to know all the details and to say yes or no, but I think... more »

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Nuclear Regulatory Commission

Improved time and attendance systems through cooperation

The NRC has been using time and labor software that is cumbersome and outdated, PeopleSoft Human Resources Management System (HRMS). In 2004 the NRC initiated a study to improve the time and labor system. In 2007 the NRC started the process to update the time and labor software, which is still in progress with over one year in delays due to performance issues. In 2001 NASA worked to create an incredibly good piece... more »

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Department of Veterans Affairs

Upgrade the scheduling package for CPRS

Working in an Rehab clinic there are several patients that need to be scheduled for their therapies during a work day. With the current scheduling package a Scheduler can only look at one Provider's schedule at a time. A Scheduler may need to go through several Provider's schedules to find a time slot that works well for the patient. This takes time while the patient is waiting. (For example, if a patient requests... more »

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Executive Office of the President

Universal Uniform Computer Programs

I would recommend that following the lead of Congress's FPDS-NG. We should move the entire executive branch to universal federal program(s) for: accounting, contracting, and any other data service needed. Ideally, this should be one comprehensive data system, under a single code language, with modules that could be personalized by each using department or agency.

By duplicated, redundant effort, on so many separate... more »

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