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General Services Administration

Printing

There are default fonts that use less paper and ink. there are also programs like "EcoFont" that print documents with holes in the letters. The holes are the size of pixels and are not noticeable to the naked eye but they are able to save on ink. These two ideas combined could save the GOV more than 50% on all printed documents, with savings in ink and paper. I have done estimates in my office and the pay back would... more »

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Department of Homeland Security

Using different font to save millions!

Researchers have found that using Century Gothic font reduces the amount of ink per letter. If the government mandates the use of this font in memos, program guides, legal briefs, training material, etc. the overall amount of ink required will be reduced, saving the government millions of dollars in having to buy ink cartridges.

Researchers at printer.com stated that changing font could save an individual person $20... more »

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Nuclear Regulatory Commission

Save Fed Govt between $173M and $598M in the next 12 months?

PROPOSAL:
To save the Federal Government somewhere between $173,000,000 and $598,000,000 (OR MORE) over the next 12 months… by reducing the amount of copier/printer paper consumed and therefore the equivalent: (1) budget expenditure; and (2) paper (i.e. natural resources) wasted.

HYPOTHESIS:
Relatively large savings to the budget could be realized by imposing four simple practices on Executive Branch employees:
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