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Department of Labor

Mine Inspection E-Reports

Currently, every mine inspection has a paper copy prepared that includes notes, photos, citations, health notes, and various attachments. These components are all electronically generated except for the notes and health notes. The notes and health notes could be scanned into a PDF format and all other components added to the file. This would save hours per inspection as well as copying, filing, mailing, and lost materials.... more »

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Department of Transportation

YOUR SAVINGS ARE IN THE MAIL

The Federal Government sends out millions of letters and packages annually. If each Government agency were required to analyze the processes and methods used to send out these letters and packages; and streamline them to be cost effective, efficient, and greener, the Federal Government collectively could potentially save $1 million or more by utilizing the practices below:

• Mailing letters using #10 envelopes vs. flats... more »

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Department of Energy

Electronic documents save money

Here at the Golden Field Office, we send grant documents to Intellectual Property in Chicago for every grant and modification that is completed. This results in anywhere from 20 to 60 pages being printed and shipped to Chicago. Instead of wasting paper, ink, and shipping costs (as well as the pollution byproducts), we should be able to send the digital files directly to Chicago via email or upload. This would have... more »

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