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Department of Justice

Dual Monitors to Reduce Paper Usage

Provide all federal employees that complete significant amounts of computer based research and writing with a dual monitor work station. I do most of my research and writing on my computer, but given the lack of screen real estate, end up printing my research materials so I can reference them quickly and easily while I draft documents. A dual monitor set up would allow me to leave research tasks on one screen, with... more »

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Environmental Protection Agency

Reduce Monitoring Burdens Under ESA

For many projects monitors are required by entities to watch for Threatened and Endangered Species. Monitors can cost $100+ an hour. In addition dependent upon the species present, more than 1 monitor is required.

Reduction of the efforts for monitors could include: for cultural allowing a maximum of 1 monitor. For ESA reduction could include first week of work monitoring with periodic inspections, unless it is occuring... more »

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Environmental Protection Agency

Reduction of Monitoring Efforts Under Section 106

For many projects monitors are required by entities to watch for cultural resources under Section 106. Monitors can cost $100+ an hour. In addition dependent upon the cultural resource present, more than 1 monitor is required (tribal and archaelogical).

Reduction of the efforts for monitors could include: for cultural allowing a maximum of 1 monitor, unless tribal entities choose to participate/volunteer in addition... more »

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Department of Energy

Two monitors per workstation

Many studies detail the productivity gain associated with using multiple monitors instead of one. For example: http://www.multi-screen.com/index.php/multi-screen-solution/multi-advantages. The data from these studies suggest anywhere from a 10-50% increase in productivity when an individual switches from one monitor to two. So, for a small outlay of initial capital, say $150 per monitor (or less, assuming there are some... more »

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