$125 Billion in Savings Ignored: Review of DoD’s Efficiency Study

$125 BILLION IN SAVINGS IGNORED: REVIEW OF DOD’S EFFICIENCY STUDY Full House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform Hearing Date: March 21, 2017 PURPOSE: To discuss the findings from a DBB study concluding that DoD could save $125 billion by instituting operational reforms and reducing “back-office” (non-combat) operations. To investigate any deliberate suppression of DBB’s findings, as well as DoD’s progress in implementing necessary human resource and administrative cuts. BACKGROUND: In October 2014, DoD commissioned DBB to perform a comprehensive study to find human resource and back-office administrative cost savings so that the Department could reallocate the funds to war-time operations and … Continue reading

Strong Cities Network Implementation — So It Begins

  Following up on an earlier post on Strong Cities Network  HERE.  My words are in red. “In the 21st Century, democracy demands an innovative approach to policymaking – an approach built on transparency, participation, and collaboration. These foundational qualities are the keys to creating a more effective government that taps the creativity and diversity of an entire nation to generate solutions to the challenges we face.”  (Only so far as it affects their agenda and doesn’t expose their backroom criminal activities.) –Implementing the President’s Memorandum on Open Government OBAMA’S DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE OPENING ‘DOMESTIC TERRORISM’ OFFICE Breitbart By: WARNER … Continue reading