With the goal of creating a paperless work environment, the receipt of an electronic fax will create an instant savings... more »
The booklet information is available online. Why spend all that money to print and ship booklets for every employee?
Why not have paperless sign up? This would further eliminate costs.
The purpose of CFC is to give back to the community. So why are we then buying and giving... more »
Currently an average of 10,381,314 and 275,726 Spanish of paper copies of notices are produced and mailed out to recipients/inquirers per MONTH.
Offering the electronic copy option of notices would yield enormous savings associated with printing and postage. In additon,it would help in attaining a greener environment.
No matter how ingenious the paperless idea --- unless employees are rewarded for compliance --- Joe Q. Government will continue to print out his emails...
So, reward good old Joe Q.'s paperless compliance with promotion points.
Track Joe G’s printing --- i.e. every time he prints, his "print number" goes up. During employee evaluations, this “print number” is scored and used as a criteria for evaluation.... more »
It costs $9.44 annually to power one small desktop printer used at a minimal rates. *
In my office alone I count over 100 personal printers, and this is in addition to the two dozen or so massive laser printers (which, themselves cost around $100 apiece annually)
By eliminating all of the personal printers in just this office... more »
It is important to document the transaction --- however, this can just as easily be backed... more »
It's called email.
We all have it.
It's easier than faxing --- and uses 0 sheets of paper.
Nix the fax machines already.
It is unnecessary to print a file only to send it to another office where they scan it and input it into their system --- and then print it to send to another office, and so on and so.
This process can be just as easily done through email attachments or file server databases. The issue isn't utilizing new software --- but rather, mandating the use, by all employees, of current software.