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I would try to find a way to allow workers time to leave DOS overseas assignments temporarily, allowing time to return to the USA to be with family and return to the job site.

Answered - CAG and CST (Former Employee) - Washington, DC (Assignments in USA & Abroad)

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Don't make knee jerk decisions for only politically correct reasons. Trust and integrity will be instilled in the work force.

Answered - Project Manager and Engineer (Former Employee) - Chantilly, VA

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Ensure there is a well balance between work and life.

Answered - Contract Specialist (Current Employee) - Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD

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Remove the union and remove numerous policies that allow bad employees to keep their job then sue the government when they are written up.

Answered - PARAMEDIC / SUPERVISORY PARAMEDIC (GS-9) (Current Employee) - Fort Bragg, NC

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Shift funds to the D.O.D. and families. More so than now

Answered - US Navy (Former Employee) - San Diego, CA

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The amount of pay for experience and pay grades.

Answered - Human Resource Assistant (Former Employee) - Landstuhl

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Remove political appointees and shrink contractor roles, while increasing workforce.

Answered - Deputy Branch Chief/Intelligence Analyst, GS-12 (Former Employee) - Fort Meade, MD

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Reward talent, make it more like the private sector.

Answered - Counterterrorism Analyst, GS-13 (Former Employee) - Washington, DC

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Provide adequate training, listen to the workforce,

Answered - IT Operations Engineer (Current Employee) - Springfield, VA

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Nothing. it was a great place to work

Answered - Executive Assistant (Former Employee) - Redstone Arsenal, AL

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