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Legislative Branch

Jobs open to all US Citizens vs. Status

Make it easier to hire "qualified applicants" in lieu of government employees who have status.

 

I have no problem with additional points that are given to past/present military personnel... but status points given to government employees needs to stop! Too many government employees are complacent and lazy.

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Combine Online Systems (Websites) Used by Federal Employees

We use over 10 separate online systems to take care of daily administrative tasks, and I believe that we should combine them all into one website, similar to how Google lets you switch between e-mail, calendar, documents, photos, etc. with a simple mouse click.

Combining all these systems into one system and hosting it on a centralized server would take advantage of economies of scale, greatly reducing the electricity,... more »

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Legislative Branch

Eliminate Duplication of services

In order to save money a company needs to step back and remove any duplication of services in its organization. The government needs to do the same. One blaring in your face duplication is the Human resource part of the government. Every department, every section of the government seems to have its own HR and HR forms. This all needs to go away. We have one Federal Government so we only need one HR system for that government.... more »

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Department of Homeland Security

FEMA Disaster Workforce & State Labor Department

FEMA utilizes several disaster reservist as community relations staff to provide surviors of disasters contact information to register for assistance and to perform clerical, warehouse or logistics staff work as local hires. Recommend that FEMA conduct a cost benifit and business case analysis to see if utilizing the State Labor Department's Unemployment Office as a "temp service" to fill these positions. This would... more »

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Office of Personnel Management

consolidate legal teams for crosscutting needs

The same ethics and HR rules govern federal employees across agencies. Why not have a consolidated legal services team that handles all basic ethics clearances and other cross cutting legal needs across the Administration. Added benefit is that legal advice would likely be more consistent between agencies since it would be provided by one consolidated team.

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