Posted by Secretary Janet Napolitano
This week marks the two-year anniversary of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Efficiency Review. Working across the Department, DHS has cut costs, saved time and energy, and continued to improve the way we do business.
Paul Behe, a CBP Paralegal Specialist in Cleveland, devised an innovative idea for how his office could cut costs and streamline operations.
Last year, we announced one of the boldest and most far-reaching initiatives to improve efficiency and increase transparency in the federal government.
First of all, for those of you who average 47 seconds per visit to The Blog: you may want to stick around and give this post a full read. We’re breaking some news on The Blog today, and it involves your tax dollars.
An admission: Efficiency isn’t the juiciest topic to blog about. It’s not easy to write about a dollar saved here, and a dollar saved there, and then expect to keep you interested and awake until the end of the post.