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Department of Health and Human Services

Share Best Practices

With so many pricey outside consultants scrutinizing our processes and policies, government employees have to adapt to new changes, procedures and policies. A new procedure or policy in one area of the government may be helpful elsewhere. We need to share best practices among departments, offices and Centers.

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Department of Defense

Telework Practices

As the Telework program expands, the government is not reducing the number of square feet it needs for office space. Teleworkers are teleworking an average of 2 to 3 days a week which leaves a large percentage of office space unoccupied and air conditioned, heated, and lighted. Infrastructure should be reduced; no more building should occur and work cubicles could be shared by employees on alternating days.

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Department of the Treasury

Consolidation of Resource Components

We need to start taking a close look at consolidating resource components throughout government. We need to develop score cards for how well one agency does business and begin reducing redundant systems creating 'exclusive delegation agreements' for services and administrative processing functions. For instance, Bureau of Public Debt is streamlining the process how Delegated Examination Unit and Classification functions... more »

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