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Oct 02, 2011

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Tired  Federal Employee

How about doing away with "paperless" contracting? We went "paperless" which means that the contractors send in their offers via electronic media. I am a price/cost analyst and this means that I now have to use DoD printers to print out proposal backup so that I can do a thorough evaluation.

Paperless NEVER meant NO PAPER. The cost of the paper just shifted from the contractor to the Government. Take away our printer paper and please don't start crabbing because you are going to pay far too much on your contract prices (as if that isn't already happening).

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