Executive Office of the President

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Executive Order to mandate/expand Telework

Generate an Executive order mandating all Federal Agencies to establish Telework policies guaranteeing minimum 2 days a week to all qualified employees. This will reduce traffic, pollution, infrastructure, and agency energy overhead costs.

During snow/weather emergencies, mandatory Telework should be implemented.

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Require Clinger Cohen Act Awareness Certification on OMB Exhibit 53/300 Submissions

Increase Clinger Cohen Act (CCA) literacy. Professionalize how Clinger Cohen Act is implemented by requiring all information technology personnel have the Core Competencies added to their training portfolio. Introduce annual Clinger Cohen Act training. Require agencies certify in their annual 53s/300s that IT program personnel have read the Clinger Cohen Act Core Competencies. Like so many excellent laws, the Clinger ...more »

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Promote Presidential SAVE Award Program to State Governors for usage consideration

Cross-feed the concept and availability of this outstanding program with State Governors. Sharing this Presidential goal and OMB program objectives with states can assist them with their financial management and budget issues, Governor Association goals and objectives for improving state management issues. Most importantly, the White House and OMB can assist States, by sharing concepts of this program, and providing related ...more »

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Integrate Presidential SAVE Program IDEA Review Process with Agency A-123/P-Plans Process

SAVE Program is great, IF actions are taken on the many good IDEAs submited by dedicated Federal Employees. Right now, totals appear close to 18,000 IDEAS compared to 38,000 in FY09. Why the reduction? FED Agencies are very busy during fiscal year closeout process and there is frustration no doubt that employees didn't see tangible feedback on implementing more than just a few of the IDEAs. For FY11 data base, try to ...more »

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Connect the federal dots and cut the fat

The OMB Director directs agencies to “cut 5 percent of their budget by reducing or terminating poor performing or low priority programs…” Haven’t we tried this before? In fact, we make budget cuts in programs within agencies as a regular budget exercise. Above the line, below the line. I did a quick look on USA.gov. There are approx. 450 federal agencies, boards, commissions, committees, and that includes 15 departments, ...more »

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Wasted man hours and suggestion time

utilize deduplication software to seek out and eliminate duplicate entries at this site. There are likely thousands or tens of thousands of man-hours spent on this site looking at duplicate entries. From my observations, though there may be subtle differences in many suggestions, roughly 60% of entries (such as lighting, travel policies, benefits, etc) are duplicate or similar entries. Even by having an individual ...more »

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Intelligence Community Program Management Best Practices

Develop a web based training program for the IC to teach best practices in program management, acquisition and procurement. The IC could benefit from outstanding practices used by some agencies. Understanding each agency's practices contributes to efficient collaboration and information/resource sharing. There are distinct differences between agencies in establishing milestones, dealing with security constraints, acquisition, ...more »

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Citizen Outreach Infomercials

Produce government effectiveness infomercials for public broadcast. We could do a much better job at marketing government services. We risk losing our nation and freedom when all the public hears is the constant derision of government services. It has become vogue in the last decade to attack our government institutions without reference to the good we do every day. Soldiers, sailors, inspectors, law enforcement, controllers, ...more »

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have a SAVE contest.

I think there should be a save contest. Employees should make a design for SAVE. The winners could receive a T-shirt, coin, briefcase with a SAVE design.

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Eliminate the free staff

Eliminate the free services and staff for all ex-officials.

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Eliminate Secret Service

Eliminate the Secret Service for all ex-officials.

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No Free Flights

Eliminate Air Force One. All the other countries' Presidents' fly on commercial airlines. Also, no free flights for the President or Senators/Congressman to go to help candidates run for office, vacation, etc. Or pay for the costs.

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