Showing 5 ideas for tag "degree"

Department of Defense

Single Online Education Resource

Combine the Navy, Air Force, Army, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard online training programs into a single web-enabled entity.
Having multiple agencies and organizations manage the education of our combat personnel is inefficient and highlights the disparity and unfocused attempts the different services take on online education. It is simply a waste of time and money to break up online education into different areas for... more »



Department of Veterans Affairs

STOP College Tuition Assistance and Give Degrees from Within

Instead of paying millsions of dollars to schools for Service Member Tuition Assistance, develop inner service degree programs based on technical merit achieved while serving in a specific Military Occupation Specialty. The longer the service member serves and the military schools, leadership positions, rank and positions held while serving should accumulate credits towards techincal or equivalent degrees issued by that... more »



Department of Health and Human Services

Put an end to perpetual students on welfare

Stop funding the perpetual students on welfare. It seems there is a loop-hole in the public assistance programs surrounding continuing education such that some become perpetual students in order to extend welfare benefits. Scenarios such as intentionally obtaining a degree in a field for which no local jobs exist, failing or missing a course that is required for graduation, and/or changing majors after a few semesters.... more »



Department of the Treasury

360-degree performance review

360-degree performance review is feedback that comes from all around an employee. "360" refers to the 360 degrees in a circle, with an individual is in the center of the circle. Feedback is provided by subordinates, peers, supervisors, it also includes a self-assessment and feedback from external sources such as customers and suppliers or other interested stakeholders.

The results from 360-degree feedback are often used... more »