National Aeronautics and Space Administration

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Level Playing Field for Job Openings

I suggest that government job openings be available to more new people outside the departments that they currently work in. Job openings should not be "wired" to the person with longevity or because a person knows the hiring manager. By creating a fair and open hiring playing field, this will save the government a great deal of money by encouraging new talent that will bring fresh and cost effective ideas to solve problems. ...more »

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Postal Service

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Reorganization Savings Plan

1. Employee longevity and Pensions. The following objectives may initially have an upfront cost but in the long run it will accomplish two goals: a. Decrease payroll and compensation. i. Consider an early out incentive for employees that have 25 years or more of federal service. 1. Decreases high tenure (high grade and step) employees 2. Lowers projected payrolls 3. Decreases ...more »

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Department of Education

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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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