A suggestion that is evaluated with not considered for implementation does not win a monetary award.
Often, such suggestions are not necessarily bad suggestions. The department that is directly responsible for implementing a suggestion has to weigh between the cost of implementing a suggestion, and its resultant benefit. If the cost far outweighs the benefit, suggestions might be rejected on that basis.
The prerogative of implementing a suggestion lies solely on the evaluating department, who is the one investing time, money and manpower.
We recognise that contributors might need further clarification about the evaluating department's conclusions. In which case, please refer to How do I resolve disputes?