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Department of Energy

Utilizing multifunctional devices and removing desktop devices

Significantly reduce costs for copiers and printers (including toner). Some Agency’s program offices purchase about $25,000 in toner cartridges each and every month. Sometimes this is approximately half of all the supply store purchases. Replace network printers with leased, multifunctional devices. These multifunctional devices provide the same, if not better, performance. In addition to scanning and faxing, they... more »

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Department of Homeland Security

Modernize Office Printers, scanners, Faxes and Copiers

I’ve noticed a trend in my office that we’re lacking when it comes to network based printing, scanning and copying capabilities. Simple our office is way behind. We have no network based copiers, scanners or Fax machines and many of our network printers are past their prime. There also seems to be a trend for employees to get Multi-Function Ink jet printers at their desks rather than invest in shared resources. Now... more »

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Legislative Branch

Consolidate copy machines, printers, faxes, scanners

JPL has a contract for renting large copy machines. Our 4 story building alone has approximately 8 large copy machines, plus numerous network printers, faxes, and pdf scanners. The large machine hardly gets used anymore. You can now email presentations and people bring their laptop or ipad and have the presentations electronically, and you can present via projectors or TV's plugged in. Now we no longer copy large... more »

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Department of Homeland Security

Sanity by attrition

We waste millions of dollars in copier, fax, and scanner time and supplies every day because one machine requires face-up input, while another requires face-down (resulting more often than not in 150 copies of nothing whenever someone uses a machine with which he or she is not familiar). Either make a rule that as machines faze out of the system, the replacements are all either face-up or face-down units, or post large,... more »

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Department of the Treasury

Use Scanners - Don't mail case files - Email PDF Files

I am a revenue agent who upon completion of a case, print all necessary documents to assemble into a hard file and then mail it to my manager who then mails it to the next appropriate place for storage. Hard copy case files are created for LB&I cases and SBSE cases. These files can be quite large and will take up a lot of space to store and be expensive to mail. Let's take a baby step into becoming more paperless.... more »

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