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Thursday, August 23, 2012

GSA To Cut Newspaper And Magazine Subscriptions

The General Services Administration went on a hunt for great ideas and said it came back with $5 million in savings. GSA asked employees to suggest ways to cut costs. Staff voted. Now administrators plan to implement the top five ideas. They will end a $1 million survey and transfer others from paper to Web. They also plan to cut newspaper and magazine subscriptions. GSA is creating a website to let vendors share similar ideas.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

good deal!

remember the big spenders in salisbury who went nuts when debbie campbell said cut the newspapers?