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Department of Transportation

Cost Saving Objectives

Instantiate systemic cost/efficiency improvements into the government culture by making it part of every manager’s yearly objectives. Every year each agencies objective would be to achieve a 10% cost/efficiency improvement that is metric driven (i.e. time, cost, etc.). Select the best 10 cost/efficiency improving ideas and develop an implementation plan with champions to achieve these goals within a year.

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Department of Labor

END GRANTS TO STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

IF local cities, counties and state governments cannot afford their luxurious police, fire and park departments with their great pension plans and 20 year retirements, then those entities need to tighten belts and refuse federal grant money. Fiscal conserviative governement begins at home. End grants to those entities.

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Department of Veterans Affairs

A cost saving change in how refunds are processed and applied to

A cost saving change in how refunds are processed and applied to Veterans by the Department of Veterans Affairs based upon many discriminating economic factors, would save the U.S Government & Department of Veterans Affairs hundreds of thousands of dollars, if not more. The problem is that refunds are processed to veterans under a dollar amount that does not make it cost effective or efficient for the VA to process and... more »

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Department of Veterans Affairs

Eliminate duplicate Abdominal Aorta screenings in VA Hospitals a

There is a new protocol that was passed about 5 yrs.ago to screen every vet at age 65 to make sure there was no AAA(Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm). The provider will see an alert to order the exam at age 65,however,there are many,many duplicate orders for this test being submitted.We need an alert to verify this exam had alreay been completed so as to prevent many duplications,at age 66,67,68,etc.Everytime the vet sees a... more »

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