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Department of Defense

Contract efficientcy

I assist in writing contract packages for the Department of the Navy. A small group of engineers assist our contracts shop and technical departments to make sure the requirements are well written and in accordance with current guidance. It takes our agency 12 months to years to get through all of necessary bureaucracy involved to get a contract written, evaluated and awarded. I have found that often the contracts are... more »

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Department of Defense

Save $12-32bn a year; eliminate fee & profit on G&A and overhead

Ending the practice of assessing fee against G&A and overhead on DOD contracts would save billions of dollars yearly and eliminate inefficiency in the contracting process.

The DOD would save between 2-4% on the value of all contracts, per year; the savings the government would accrue range from a low of $12bn and could exceed $32bn per year. The associated savings would be between $120 and $320 billion over the next... more »

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Department of Veterans Affairs

Merge VA into DOD

Eliminate the VA as a separate entity, by rolling the Dept. of Veterans Affairs into the DOD, to provide care for all active duty forces, their families and Veterans.

Cost reductions include eliminating redundant department and services. Eliminating the VA central office in Washington DC.

Lower costs of supplies and pharmaceuticals due to the combined purchasing power of the VA and DOD.

Improved inefficiencies in... more »

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