Create a web based accountability and reward system for all employees or organizations which receive federal taxpayer funds using open source web based content management systems to reduce any overhead. For example, allow local citizens to evaluate the performance of employees motivating the lowest performers to improve by being publicly identified, and financially rewarding the top performers for their service to the... more »
Provide a financial reward system for exposing wasted tax payer money, providing solutions which save money, or collecting taxes which are not paid. For example, offer 20 percent of the money saved to a citizen who can identify and prove corporate or private tax evasion. Or, rewarded with a percent of the money saved by identifying when special interest groups make deals which waste tax payer money. Change the incentive... more »
Require all training materials created using federal taxpayer money be posted on a free easily accessible system such as YouTube. This will allow for reduced duplication of effort spent creating the same material in multiple locations. Also, provide a financial reward for the most viewed training material to reward high quality material creation/sharing.
Create incentive and reward for being under budget while still providing quality outcome. The current budget system often encourages people to waste money at the end to reach projected figures. When cuts come it is often as a percent of previous budgets, so the higher more wasteful budgets feel less pain than the efficient smaller ones. Change the system to reward being under budget. Allow a percent of the money saved... more »
Increase the incentive to vote, make it easier to participate, and place in prison anyone who tries to stop another citizen from voting including employers or election officials. Examples: (1) Issue a receipt for appearing at the polling place with a time stamp, name, and voter id number. Employers are required to document what percentage of their employees went to the polling place. High percentages are rewarded and... more »