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Department of Defense

Cut the bureaucracy and redundancy

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If I counted correctly... there are 174 options to choose from under "Agency or Department" when filling in this form. That's not counting all the sub departments. When you create such an organism in any system, it will always fight for survival, no matter how redundant or outdated it is. It's time to trim the fat. Many government employees will cry about losing their jobs, but since when was it the government's responsibility... more »

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Department of Defense

Background Investigation Redundancy

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When an active duty employee works for one of the military services (Army, Air Force, Navy, Marines, Coast Guard) a background investigation is conducted to grant a security clearance. Once the clearance is granted, and then the employee later leaves the service and subsequently goes to work as a civilian for the federal government, another similar background investigation is conducted (even though they already have... more »

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Training Redundancy

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When an employee works for a military organization (as a reservist, for example) certain mandatory training is required and is accessed in a specific database (perhaps for that service, such as the Air Force). If that same military employee is also a federal civil servant for another organization, they will have many of the same mandatory training requirements and they will access that identical training requirement... more »

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