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Department of Defense

Register DoD Civilian Dependents in DEERS

The DoD should look into requiring DoD Civilian dependents to be registered in DEERS for benefits, such as health insurance, life insurance, and the like.

Active and Reserve military members already have this requirement and the system seems to work well for them. Why reinvest the wheel across the Department with the various systems. This will not only reduce the number of supported IT systems, but it will also reduce... more »

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Department of Homeland Security

Coast Guard Innovation Expo - Require A Cost-Benefit Analysis

The Coast Guard conducts an annual Innovation Expo, a large, and very costly event entailing extensive travel costs, conference fees, personnel time, planning expenses, etc... The locations rotate around the country and have included Florida, New Orleans, and other similar venues.

While the Innovation Expo's intent is to highlight innovative ideas within the organization, very similar to the SAVE Award, it does so at... more »

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Executive Office of the President

Codify data support systems in procurement

We all know that procurement of goods and services for the federal government is laborious. The very nature of the job is to improve the way we spend the taxpayer dollars with little risk and fast. However, 1102 procurement officers whether an apprentice or journeymen is burdened with the time it takes to maintain the integrity of systems and processes that either do not work, are not counted, or is duplicitous of other... more »

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