I suggest we get rid of all systematic paper-based printing requirements. Various agencies, like mine, have many printing requirements that only made sense in a pre-broadband world. For instance, my agency prints fifteen copies of everything released, then prints a compendium. We have a national universal broadband strategy now. Libraries already receive e-rate discounts. Put it all online only! It is costing a lot of money and a lot trees just to make publications potentially more convenient for some groups that likely have plenty of their own resources anyway.
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