OMB is working on how to collect efficiency advice from feds

The Obama administration still is hammering out a method of collecting federal employees' recommendations on making government more efficient, an Office of Management and Budget spokesman said on Wednesday.

"We are developing the process and will unveil it shortly," said OMB spokesman Kenneth Baer.

The president during his weekly radio address on April 25 solicited ideas from all federal employees on reducing government waste. But he did not provide any details on how to send in suggestions.

If you have a recommendation that you would like to share before the president unveils the formal submission process, or would like to view your colleagues' ideas, click here.

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