Saturday, 29 March 2014

How to save $400 million.

A sixth grader has proposed that governments in the U.S. Could save $400 million by changing the type of font they use to one that uses less ink. Currently, printer ink costs approximately twice as much as Chanel No 5.

Sixth grader tells government how to save $400 million.

Initially a science project, the report has been expanded and published in the Journal of Emerging Investigators.

Simple printing solution to aid deficit reduction

If one simple change could save $400 million, are there any other small changes that could be made to Government processes that could save big dollars?

Excluding the font listed in the research article, what other fonts could lead to cost savings?

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