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Social Security Administration

Allow [Any] Leave Transfers Between [Any] Employees...

Allow any leave (sick, annual, lwop) to be transferred from one employee to another regardless of reason or relation.

Stop using manpower to determine whether someone qualifies for VLTP or not, just set up a log-in system where people that have leave to donate can offer leave to people who are in need of leave. People can enter their own names/requests, self-monitor their leave activity, and others can donate/give... more »

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Department of Defense

Online Timekeeping

Timesheets should be replaced by a user-friendly web application. This would standardize the timekeeping process, reduce errors, and allow for automation. The web application would allow allow employees to enter time worked, apply an auto-check function to ensure there are no errors, and then submit the information to an approving official. This official can simply verify the hours worked online, hit an approve button,... more »

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Office of Personnel Management

Electronic Leave Request system

I propose the development of an electronic leave request system. Most, agencies use some version of OPM’s form 71 for leave. A high percentage of our employees are in the 6 or 8 hours/pay period category for annual leave, which leads to a LOT of leave usage just to avoid use-or-lose status. I don’t have access to agency-wide statistics, so I’ve generated an estimate based on the breakdown at my location. Out of 241 current... more »

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Department of the Interior

Automated Performance Appraisal System

DOI currently uses a paper based performance appraisal system. With approximately 10 pages for each employee 3 times per year (initial, mid-year and final) which generates up to 30 pages per employee annually, times 70,000 DOI employees, there is a potential to save approximately 2,100,000 pieces of paper each year by going paperless. Automated systems are readily available within government and are also commonly used... more »

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