Petition for Government free of waste, fraud, and abusive spending

We propose that the President of the United States and Congress strategically drive and accelerate performance improvement capabilities (e.g. Lean Six Sigma) across all of Federal Government with the goal of reducing waste, fraud and abusive spending, thereby increasing effectiveness and eliminating unnecessary expenditures.

Applied across the entire federal government, some estimate savings of $500 billion a year or $5 trillion over a ten-year period. By comparison, the “Super Committee” is tasked to save $1.5 trillion.

A focused top down driven Lean Six Sigma effort could reorient government to provide effective services, reduce the cost of government, grow our economy, accelerate job creation, and contribute towards a competitive world economy.

Corporations including General Electric, Honeywell, DuPont, Caterpillar, Danaher, Cummins Engine, Quest Diagnostics, Lockheed, Boeing, Raytheon, Textron, CSX, and Tyco have undertaken enterprise wide Lean Six Sigma programs with significant results.

Within Federal Government, efforts have included components of the DOD, IRS, NIH, GSA, Homeland Security, and V A.  The impact has not been fully realized due to the lack of full involvement of leadership in both the Executive Branch and Legislative Branch.

To participate in our effort to move our Federal Government in a direction free of waste, fraud, and abuse please click on:

Once in the site, create an account and submit your electronic signature.

Thank you for taking the initiative to improve how our Federal Government functions.


Max Allway, MBB, Lean Sensei

David Allway, MBB


4 thoughts on “Petition for Government free of waste, fraud, and abusive spending

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    Thank you


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