OPERATION FREEZE THE INK! 700 pounds and 10,000 pages is what the average worker will print in one year. A 25-30% reduction of printing by 50-60% of federal workers (1,500,000 FTE) would save $187 million in a year! It's not technology that holds us back, it's the will to use it. Implementing a printing cap would make government workers get creative in how a document is electronically delivered.
According to the latest news report, the United States government has spent more than 17 billion dollars in 2011 for Improvised Explosive Devices (IED) study and work groups without achieving a quality data base.
I believe we can reduce this threat through the use of evaluation and technical analysis practices routinely used in the FAA’ and National Transportation... more »
It is important to document the transaction --- however, this can just as easily be backed... more »
Another use of a the talet would be video conferencing... more »
Delete all R&R from all guidance and instructions and only maintain this information in the R3D. Eventually delete all guidance and instructions... more »
The biggest concern about Databases is that they can crash. However, paper takes up huge store rooms, time and resources to create, and as far as organization is hard to keep track of (without an electronic database that is). Even if an agency possesses a hardcopy... more »
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At any given moment each agency has over a hundred individual internal projects going on. To get these completed in most cases offices solely use talent within their office. I propose that we create either a talent pool database that associates skills with each divisions employee... more »