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Department of Defense

Civilian DOD Full-Time Air Reserve Technicians

I love my career in the USAF Reserves. As a full-time Air Reserve Technician the past two years we've been ordered to wear our part-time Reserve uniforms as DoD Civil Service employees daily. This is costing the USA government at 5 million dollars annually. Not to mention the yearly cash awards to other officers to maintain dress and appearance standards daily. Please consider giving this money back to the USA tax... more »

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Department of Homeland Security

Solar chargers for cellphones_Cost savings-Green initiative

Instead of plugging into an electric outlet, solar cellphone chargers use free energy and they will help with cost savings as well as be part of the green initiative. The chargers are of minimal cost and depending upon how many cellphones are charged the cost savings would be very substanitial year after year.

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Department of Homeland Security

Recruitment Video on Military Flights

Each day at my port we have 300 or more military personnel returning or traveling to the Middle East on chartered flights. I would recommend that a recruitment video be produced to show what Customs and Border Protection or Department of Homeland has to offer. The only real cost would be producing of the video and the same video could be shown on both flights. The video could show all that the agency has to offer and... more »

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Department of Veterans Affairs

Making a Difference by Saving Energy and Money

I believe a great way the government could save energy and money would be to put in motion sensored lights. This would work especially well in restrooms, hallways and administrative offices. We would no longer have to rely on employees to turn the lights off. As long is someone is in the office working, in the restroom or walking down a hallway the lights are on. When you exit the area the lights go off. A great... more »

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