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State Printing Expenditures Have Decreased, But Additional Steps Could Produce More Savings, Report No. 05-53, November 2005
 
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Due to increased electronic document production and distribution, statewide printing costs have fallen by about 25% over the past decade, with agencies spending $20.7 million to print hard copy documents in Fiscal Year 2004-05. However, existing statutory provisions should be strengthened to better control these costs and speed the transition to electronic document distribution. The Legislature should consider establishing a statewide policy for electronic document distribution and improving existing accountability mechanisms

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