Executive Office of the President

Benchmark Federal Programs

Provide a government-wide program for benchmarking the best and brightest processes in areas that are common among several or many federal agencies, such as personnel, finance, logistics, grants, information technology, accounting, contracting, and so forth. The concept is that each agency would provide one or two areas where they have streamlined processes making them more efficient through less resources used, faster ...more »

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Department of Energy

Benchmarking with Advance Utility Meters

I suggest you use advanced utility meters to benchmark federal facilities on energy use. Use D.C. area as a pilot for other regions in the country. There is already a lot of benchmarking information (GSA HOTD data ) in the D.C. area that clearly shows who has effective energy management programs and who does not, yet it is not being used. A lot of SAVE recommendations are for basic energy conservation projects, but ...more »

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Department of Education

STOP re-inventing government and STOP political employee preferential treatment and urgency with new ideas

This is a constant thing that brings morale down. So many times, the new political hires get automatic new privilages and preferential treatment, which does not help current feds. The constant re-inventing government usually comes from new political employees. Most of the time, the administration does not get to complete what they start because of the time that it takes. The real benefits do not come until the next ...more »

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