Many times over the weekend at federal facilities the lights and computers remain on. The cost savings would be enormous if we can encourage people to shut the power off and get engineering to power down the central controlled electricity on unused floors.
I have a way to collect a billion dollars a year from insurance companys. The VA doesn't bill insurance companys on the devices that are used and are losing a billion a year. Pick my idea and
Mr. President I can get this working across the Nation.
Close all offices except essential personnel the day after Thanksgiving. Many people use this day and its a waste to operate with lights, energy, guards, etc... for a few people.
A way to get employees to take a day off and save financial spending might be some type of incentive. If you take off an 8 hour day we pay you for 4 but you take Leave Without Pay for 4. It is a reward and a savings.
Or we pay for 2 hours and you take 6 hours LWOP.
This might be a way to save money for the federal
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The Supplemental Security Income (SSI) program pays out $4.6 BILLION in improper and fraudulent benefits annually.
The Department of Veterans Affairs loses $800 MILLION annually on improper and fraudulent payments.
And the FRAUD list goes on and on and on, totaling OVER $100 BILLION PER YEAR!!!
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Why not adopt MANY of these suggestions? Many of these are legitimate money-saving suggestions for the Federal Government.
I suggest adopting as many of these as possible to give the American Taxpayers the Federal Government that they expect and deserve.
USAJOBS.GOV should be revamped.
Job applicants should not only receive the confirmation that the resume/application were sent, applicants should also be provided feedback from the HR reviewer.
The HR communication would prevent the necessity of follow-ups and simplify the Federal Government job application process, saving the Federal Government millions of dollars.
We are watching Congress. At this second, we are $14,546,716,998,177 in debt. It took me 6 seconds to type that number, and the debt raised $262,554(Over 260 THOUSAND DOLLARS!!!) while I was typing.
We have to get a handle on our spending in the Federal Government.... more »