Showing 6 ideas for tag "database"

Department of Homeland Security

National Population Database and Geolocation Tracking

Secure chips should be implanted in the entire population of the United States and linked to a national database. This program would be an ever increasing database where all credentials of every person can be checked with the click of a button or by a quick scan of the chip.

Federal organization, States, corporations, and any other organizational entity can apply for secure access to the database. The viewable data... more »

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Department of Homeland Security

Encourage agencies to share database technologies.

Stop paying for the creation and duplication of databases/automated systems from agency to agency that do the EXACT same thing. Why can't we share technology instead of constantly reinventing the wheel? There should be a centralized government-wide system that keeps inventory of all the databases we have and their functions. This way if another agency needs something similar, they can potentially utilize the same software... more »

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Department of Energy

One Source for Information Management & Productivity Tools; with Specialists to Tailor to Our Needs

A healthy bit of time is spent gaining and preserving access to, and navigating the various, often incompatible info management systems in place. Many of these systems offer productivity tools as a blank slate or template, rather than pre-tailored to specific uses. We have redundancies in iPortal, SharePoint, EIS, CPS, Doc Man, PMC, etc... as well as VPN, Citrix, Online Mail, One Note, etc..., as well as different proprietary... more »

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Department of Defense

Community Reliance Database

The U.S. Gov should create a database that stores employee’s names and challenges they confronted. A local server stores employees’ names, department, contact info, and specific challenges they solved in their career. An employee facing a challenge they can’t solve types in a tag(s) and a list of past/current employees appears matching subject matter experts to questions. Each database will cost $500,000 and have a fixed... more »

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Department of Agriculture

Improve Morale by using Technical Liaisons on Districts

Improve Morale by using technical liaisons on districts; this will save a ton of money.
Create two new technical positions back on districts or at least every other district. Combine IT\GIS\DB duties as one position, HR\Budget&Finance as the other. These are liaison positions to central management but with local customer service emphasis, helping folks complete their processes and meet targets. If we are not going to... more »

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