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Department of Justice

NFC Rumba Outdated Platform

I would like to suggest either updating or eliminating the current system of NFC Rumba. Whenever our Human Resources Department runs our mandatory pay period payroll reports, the system prints ten times more sheets than what we need for our records. We waste fifty pages more than we need for our records. With approximately 120 prisons nationwide, this is an estimated cost of $120 a pay period, and 12 reams of paper... more »

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Department of Health and Human Services

Save 46,172 man hours and $107,00 dollars of paper

In 2010, The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) - Florida District completed approximately 929 Domestic Inspections. The copying and distribution of these reports and exhibits were completed by technicians and required approximately 3716 man hours, 1,114,800 ($7300.00) pieces of paper , 550 toner cartages, use of limited filing space, and UPS shipping charges based on weight. Instead, these reports and exhibits could... more »

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Department of Defense

Reduce Reporting Requirements

Right now we have to provide information to higher ups the way they specify, even though the antiquated systems and software we are using do not easily allow for the info they need. Each primary area speaks it's own language without a good method to cross reference. We need to be able to tell information seekers what we can provide - not necessarily have them tell us what to give them.

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Department of Defense

Make Reporting requirements mesh with available information

Right now we have to provide information to higher ups the way they specify, even though the antiquated systems and software we are using do not easily allow for the info they need. Each primary area speaks it's own language without a good method to cross reference. We need to be able to tell information seekers what we can provide - not necessarily have them tell us what to give them.

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