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General Services Administration

office building segmented temperature controls

Based on the location of a given segment of an office building and the number of occupants in that segment, the temperature will undoubtably be different in each segment. Given that, I recommend that there be segmented temperature monitoring and control. Many people have such a climate controlling system in their homes and in the [short] long-run it is a significant cost savings. The government should incorporate a... more »

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Legislative Branch

Raise Office Temperatures & allow 'Office Casual Clothing'

Raise office building temps by 3-5 degress and allow employees to wear nice casual clothing such as shorts, sandals, linens, plain colored t-shirts.

As global warming sets in and oil costs continuing to rise, we face ever increasing costs to cool our office spaces. By increase the environmental temperature in our office buildings by a couple of degrees, we can save energy and reduce our impact on the electrical grids,... 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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