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Department of the Treasury

Federal Employee Equipment (Disabilities)

When Federal employee's with disabilities retire, they leave behind some Government furnished equipment and software. Many times it is not re-usable or cost to much to refurbish. The Government is then left with disposal cost of hardware. My recommendation is to have executive order allowing Agencies to transfer ownership of the equipment that is not reusable, is wanted by those individuals, and would otherwise leave... more »

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Department of the Treasury

Hold Pension & Payroll for One Day in ACH Interest Bearing Accou

In administering the provisions of law relating to pay, retirement and leave of absence, the federal government is required to ensure employees and retirees receive their paychecks on or before the second Thursday following each pay period. These provisions were enacted many years ago when payroll processes were far less efficient (cashiers, paper checks, mail, etc.).

Now that virtually all federal employees and retirees... more »

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Department of the Interior

retirement age decided by employee AND management

Currently government employees can continue to work well past retirement age. In most cases employees who continue to work provide excellent service and a wealth of insight through their experience. However, some become, essentially, "retired in place". In these cases, the burden of proof of an ineffective employee falls on the supervisor. Often, the time and effort it takes to provide such proof is significant and... more »

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Department of the Interior

Use Volunteers for National Park Service

Use volunteers for the NPS. Following the lead of state governments that are strapped for cash , many are using a volunteer base to clean, maintain, guide, and take fees from visitors, while allowing the park ranger to be the ultimate manager in charge. In exchange for cleaning, toll taking, and maintenance, volunteers could live at campsites to provide these services for our National Parks.

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