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Department of Homeland Security

Thrown Away Waste

When I first joined the military, i kind of knew what to expect, but somethings were new to me and took a while for me to grasp. Other things i still can't believe goes on under our very own taxpayers noses. The thing that shocked me the most was the throwing away of perfectly good items that could not be given away or sold to anyone because it's government property and must be scrapped. I watched office chairs that were... more »

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Department of Veterans Affairs

Furniture Cost Reduction

I believe that during this time of budget reductions, we need to look at major expenditures such as the purchasing of furniture/cubicles when we have furniture/ cubicles that are fairly new. The cost of reconfiguration and/or moving would be much less than buying all new because someone wants a “new style”. Some furniture is new from the last time offices were reconfigured a short time ago and most of the rest is still... more »

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Furniture Cost Reduction

I believe that during this time of budget reductions, we need to look at major expenditures such as the purchasing of furniture/cubicles when we have furniture/ cubicles that are fairly new. The cost of reconfiguration and/or moving would be much less than buying all new because someone wants a “new style”. Some furniture is new from the last time offices were reconfigured a short time ago and most of the rest is still... more »

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Department of Homeland Security

Reduce paper waste & furnishing costs at CBP

CBP has an enormous work force and with that an enormous waste of paper. Everything is electronically saved present day, but CBP requires paper copies of everything creating an abundance that ultimately ends up in waste bins w/in a few short years anyway. I think we should reduce the paper trail to a bare minimum, everything can be saved electronically. If paper is needed, it can always be printed later, ultimately it... more »

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