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Department of Veterans Affairs

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All documentation within our systems should be electronic, as it allows us to better manage, organize, store, transport and replicate information. We will save a lot, by implementing this initiative completely. With the production of large amounts of documentation there is a lot of overhead.

Agencies must supply not only the printers but all the parts to maintain them – along with service contracts and of course, paper.... more »

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Cut back on stanby electricity use by office devices

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Computers,monitors, printers, and other office device use electricity when on standby. Often it is as much as they use when on, one way to save energy is to completely shut down all items completely. Another idea would to attack all items to a power strip and flip the switch when not in use or at night.

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Electronic Calendars - No Paper Calendars - $ave MILLIONS

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SAVE at least $3.7 million - Employees with computers should have to use the e-calendar built into MS Office or their system's equivalent, (MACs have iCal). If only 1/2 the Federal employees have a desk calendar costing $2.68 or more, the annual cost for calendars is at least $3,783,861 nationally.

The 2009 Census Bureau indicates there were 2,823,777 full and part-time Federal employees.

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