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Executive Office of the President

Agency COOS should enforce Presidential Executive Orders

At my agency, managers scoff at Presidential Executive Orders and ignore them. Nobody enforces them. What's the point of issuing them then? Every Agency should have a COO who is responsible for managers toeing the line on the President's initiatives.

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Management should be rated on numbers of grievances & EEO suits

Federal managers suffer no consequences for being bad managers. The number of grievances and EEO suits filed is a red alert that something's going wrong in the office. These should be part of a manager's record, and a grievance/suit lost or settled by the agency should automatically result in a suspension of management duties.

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Gut Administration, and Management.

Every organization in the government, spends way too much money on administration, and management, and we all know it. Gut the middle layers. Fire some people. The most important place to do this, unfortunately is the school system, which the federal Government has little control over. We need more competent laborers, there are a plethora of unemployed people, and instead of giving those people jobs we're wasting... more »

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