Feds--start making your list

“Average” feds soon may get the chance to provide a key member of Congress with their input, according to one news story.

Federal Times reports that the chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Subcommittee on the Federal Workforce plans to offer feds the chance to submit suggestions via a Web portal.

Subcommittee Chairman Dennis Ross, R-Fla., wants to have the portal ready “within a month or two,” the publication says.

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