Department of Defense

Turn In Unused Office Supplies For Redistribution

I suggest you open a room in my agency and probably others to turn in office supplies and allow others to come by and get them free. Many agencies are going away from allowing employees to recycle office supplies to be reused by those in need. I constantly have excess office supplies laying around but there is no longer a way to let others know that I have them so they can get them and not have to buy new. It used to ...more »

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Department of Defense

Open Communication

I suggest that we allow government agencies to share certain information. Just like hospitals will have online records that will enable them to share information, the government should be able to do the same. If the Social Security Administration has a fraud case, it would make sense that other departments would know to be on the lookout. If someone passes away and the VA sees a death certificate, it would make sense ...more »

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Open Communication

I suggest that we allow government agencies to share certain information. Just like hospitals will have online records that will enable them to share information, the government should be able to do the same. If the Social Security Administration has a fraud case, it would make sense that other departments would know to be on the lookout. If someone passes away and the VA sees a death certificate, it would make sense ...more »

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Executive Office of the President

Share and Share Alike (SASA)

In support of the Wellness work/life balance for federal employees, as a less stressed employee is concentrating on the job, I suggest to fill in the gaps in some areas of benefits for federal employees. The result is more employees engaged, a camaraderie of caring, and better use of employees pay. The end benefit is to the government with a federal family that cares. Specifically, programs such as voluntary leave, ...more »

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Department of Homeland Security

Post Forfeiture Notices Online, Not in Newspapers

I suggest you...create a website for the Department of Homeland Security to publish notices of intended forfeiture. We currently publish our notices the old fashioned way, by buying advertising space in local newspapers. Meanwhile the Department of Justice publishes its notices of intended forfeiture online at it www.forfeiture.gov, saving it thousands if not millions of dollars per year. We should join them. There ...more »

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Department of Defense

Technology sharing

technology share between Federal Departments and Agencies.

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