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Office of Personnel Management

Grant Promotion points for paperless employees

Let's face it,
No matter how ingenious the paperless idea --- unless employees are rewarded for compliance --- Joe Q. Government will continue to print out his emails...

So, reward good old Joe Q.'s paperless compliance with promotion points.

Track Joe G’s printing --- i.e. every time he prints, his "print number" goes up. During employee evaluations, this “print number” is scored and used as a criteria for evaluation.... more »

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Office of Personnel Management

UP or OUT employee advancement policy

There should be a preset period of time that any employee can "sit" in a grade, (especially the lower grades) without advancing.

Case and point: If an employee is a GS-5 for more than 4 years, and is receiving anything less than an "outstanding" rating, they should be given 30 days to advance to GS-6, or else they are terminated.

Employees that are allowed to stay in lower grades for long periods of time with minimal... more »

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General Services Administration

Firing Unproductive GS Employees

The time and energy required to fire unproductive government employees is excessive and dissuades action. As a result, the effort is rarely made. The employee continues to be unproductive and the rest of the office is forced to pick up the load. Poor productivity is not tolerated in the private, for profit sector. Shouldn’t be when working for the government either.

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Department of Defense

Change Fiscal Spending and Add it to Evaluations

I recommend changing the military fiscal policy so that an organization can have money at the end of the fiscal year and for it to not only be ok, but also be encouraged by making it a high priority item on evaluations (OPRs/EPRs, Civ Appraisals).

I think the best way would be to let an organization keep their unspent money and top their coffer back up to their allotted budget. (I.e. an organization with that has... more »

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Department of Homeland Security

Performance Managment and the Balanced Scorecard

The economic situation demands government organizations to become better stewards of tax money. We also suggest that such organizations become more transparent in their spendings. This can only work if components stop hiding under the umbrella of parent organizations.

If every component offers its own strategic plan with achievable vision and mission to which other offices could tie their outcomes to; and if every... more »

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General Services Administration

Make Americans Feel Good About Paying Our Taxes…

…and lower the costs required to collect them!

The US Government (USG) must enact better systems for employee performance and productivity tracking.

Federal employees are the live interface of the USG for millions of Americans. A fact which many individuals have forgotten as they go about their daily roles – due both to the complete failure of and/or cooperation with like-minded managers who have come to believe there... more »

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