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Department of Defense

Save money, less military moves

The military ,every year moves hundreds of thousands of members just for career advancement.The taxpayer not only foots the bill for the expensive move but also in the 2-3 months of lost productivity Cut these permanent change of station moves by 2/3. Raise the time on station limit to 6 years before someone can move to another base.

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Department of Defense

Simplify Contract Management

The process of developing a contract for small construction or services is counter productive to obtaining efficient services and needed work for our agencies. Every service should have canned templates how they want them to be constructed so all each sub-unit has to do is fill in the blanks. This is woefully slow, cumbersome, and filled with people who spend more time telling you what is wrong instead of what is needed... more »

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Department of the Treasury

Contractor Savings Over Months and years

Issue: Break in service to Agency / due to delay in approval

Background:
There is more than anecdotal evidence that delays of re-upping Task Orders is due to:
- COTR Challenges
- Errors w/ Paperwork Submissions
- Budget Processing
- Agency Confirming need

Solution:
For existing contractors that have contracted with an agency, that are not complete with their support, the approval should be streamlined for additional... more »

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Department of Defense

Suspend Wage Escalation on Federal Government Contracts

The wage escalation on all federal government contracts should be suspended for at least 2 years. This could potentially save millions of dollars. If state and federal government employees and millions of other private sectors employees are going without pay raises for years, then it is only fair that government contractors do the same.

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Social Security Administration

A Lean clean working machine

Problem: Some of the government workforce is sluggish, somewhat incompetent for the job they are selected for. So instead of fitting people and their abilities with the work that has to be done, we just push the employee to the side and hire a contractor. This wastes the government money, on the employee salary and on the extra expense of hiring a contractor. Another similar issue is that one area has a great number... more »

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