Synchronize Gov-Trip and ITAS so that it is easier to request, approve and document travel compensation time, rather than having to complete and route hard copy forms to various offices.
Limit web sites that federal employees are allowed to visit. I can’t fathom the number of hours/dollars/productivity lost by allowing government employees to “surf” the web during working hours. Suggestion: Require supervisory approval to browse non-government web pages.
Across the government, millions of productivity hours are lost each year by using Internet Explorer. Switch to a better browser such as Chrome or Firefox to eliminate these losses.
A. Review internet history of all employees. Those with more than one-hour of personal website use per day are expendable and should be reviewed for dismissal. Military should be reassigned to an operational unit.
B. Review frequent traveler miles/points accrued during business travel. Those with trends on a specific airline or hotel chain (particularly luxury chains)... more »
Require Binder and Binder to file their appeals and initial claims on-line rather than using paper forms.
Technology can help avoid these overpayments. Most states now have laws that require the use of the E-verify program.... more »
This may sound contradictory, but please read on.
Conservatively, 95% of government employees have a personal cell phone and a personal laptop and/or desktop computer. Similarly, this same population has a monthly bill for cell phone and internet service.
Many U.S. gov't... more »