Department of the Interior

2.5 milliion saved in 3yrs time (Fleet Management and Useful life cycle replacement)

This is a win, win for everyone and the savings can be realized within two weeks to two months time. I am the Regional Logistics Manager in the Southeast Region of the Fish and Wildlife Service and one of my responsibilities is to mange the acquisitions for the Region. The Southeast's Fleet at the time I accepted the position was over 850 pieces since then I've reduced the fleet by 300 pieces of equipment The equipment ...more »

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Department of Homeland Security

Replace, Do Not Repair, Broken and Out of Warranty Technology Equipment

Adopt the DHS/CBP plan for all departments where replacements of low cost technology items that are broken and out of warranty occur rather than attempting to repair such items at a higher cost.

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Social Security Administration

Workstation Replacement - Usability

Workstation replacement is necessary for SSA Employees because of workload and programs we use; however, we should not replace ALL operational workstations. SSA can still use the older workstations as Claimant/Representative (Electronic Folder) workstations. For example, the Electronic Folder workstation only requires reading a disk and few applications to operate. The Electronic Folder workstation resources needs are ...more »

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Adult Replacement Social Security Card Fee

After the age of 18 years, any claimant should be entitled to one free replacement social security card. After your given one free social security card replacement after age 18, the public should have to pay a fee of $5 for each card that is needed after that. This would save the goverment lots of money; would possibly help us become more green, and could possibly produce revenue in the long run.

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