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Office of Personnel Management

STOP Documenting Documents

There is no need to print out paper receipts of electronic file transfers. This is common practice in most mail rooms, HR and filerooms. Everytime a piece of mail, file, personnel record or anytype of electronic file is moved or updated, a paper receipt (or some variation) is printed for either the supervisor's or empoyees record.

It is important to document the transaction --- however, this can just as easily be backed... more »



Department of Homeland Security

Case Files should be paperless

Case files are a waste of paper with all the consistent printing and discarding of reports in the case files. That is an obvious waste, but what most don't realize is that we also have case file rooms or storage rooms that we rent in order to hold these case files. There is additional waste in funds that go to renting these storage rooms. And then lastly, after 5 years of a case being closed, the case is mailed to a... more »