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Department of Homeland Security

END OF YEAR SPENDING - ROLL OVER BUDGET

Similar to rollover budget and end of year spending.

Every year with about 2-3 months left in the fiscal year, not just my Field Office, but I'm sure every agency within the U.S. Government spends the rest of their budget, out of fear of not getting the same amount or more money the following year, and I'm sure as a way to justify asking for more funding. Field Offices should be able to spend what they need to complete... more »

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Department of Agriculture

part-time positions for current and new employees

Allow current employees to decrease hours and fly new positions with part-time status. There is a huge market of employees willing to work fewer then 40 hours a week. This will allow alternative schedules which will help agencies serve the public with appropiate staffing. Staffing people to meet the needs of the work. Employees work hard to get work accomplished in hours provided and government saves on salary and benefits... more »

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Department of Veterans Affairs

HIRE MORE FREQUENTLY FROM WITHIN

HIRING FROM WITHIN can save money;

-Eliminate security clearance costs

-No relocation costs

-Reduce recruitment costs

-Requires far less training and eliminates orientation

-No Misc costs such as new badges, keys, door codes

 

My recommendation is to require agencies to offer jobs to current employees for a period of time before releasing external announcements.

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