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Department of Agriculture

Work Calculation Efficiencies

My position requires an average of 70 to 80 hours of work per week. The government recoups considerably more than the cost of paying my overtime by charging private industries an hourly rate for my essential services, and therefore there is no incentive for the government to be concerned about my life/work balance, safety and health, or inefficiencies of work due to excessively long hours. Allowing early retirement... more »

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Legislative Branch

Put a cap on Years of Government Service.

A cap of 25 years of government service or up until the age of 50 whichever is greater (excluding prior military service). This would be a sufficient amount of time for people to build a nest egg and earn a pension. The maximum years paid for retirement purposes would be computed at 25 years. If a person begins working for the government at 22 they could work up until 50 but would only receive 25 years towards their... more »

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Environmental Protection Agency

Implement Maxi-Flex in all EPA Offices

Maxiflex: Under this schedule, an employee is allowed to vary the number of hours worked on any work day and the number of hours in each work week to complete their basic work requirement. Employees may vary their arrival/departure times within the given flexible hours on a daily basis, and may work up to 10 hours without prior supervisory approval. With prior supervisory approval, an employee may work 11½ hours in any... more »

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Department of Homeland Security

25 yrs of service, no age penalty4 civil service to retire.

Instead of cutting jobs to reduce the size of gov't and the defecit allow folks who are just waiting to retire due to the age requirement needed with 25yrs to go without penalty. The mass exit of babyboomers that never happend...will. Workforce reduction and attrition are already on the table so this would allow us to see saving sooner and make way for a younger, educated, motivated team to bring new energy and ideas... more »

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