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Government Efficiency Final 4-15-09 -   3.3 - Print Assessment Completion

 
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Government Efficiency Final 4-15-09
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3.3 - Print Assessment Completion

Are state agencies using print resources effectively?

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Data Notes
Data Source: Print Assessment Tracking Sheet as of 12/30/08
Measure Definition: Number of signed Print Assessment agreements using the state master contract.
Target Rationale: This new program ambitiously targeted 70% of non-higher education state agencies.
Link to Agency Strategic Plan: This links to the first goal of PRT's 2009-2011 plan: "Be an integral part of customer success through statewide print and related solutions."
Relevance: This measure is important because it highlights the potential for enterprise-wide cost saving efficiencies.
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Updated 2/27/09

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 Summary Analysis

Graph measures the number of agencies who have done the in-depth study of their printing efficiency.

  • Assessments have been completed for those agencies seeking them.  Remaining agencies must be convinced of the benefits.
  • Equipment providers actively marketing "free" print assessments.  Although typically biased, they have become the desired alternative for agencies with dwindling funds.
  • Several agencies previously interested, have now cited 'uncertainly of economy and agency future' as the reasons to not move forward at this time.

What is a Print Assessment?

46 agencies have completed a Print Assessment which is an in-depth study of their printing designed to help maximize efficiency.

 Key Action Item: 

  • Actively pursuing new programs to assess printing efficiency without requiring an initial outlay of funds.  We will continue to reach out to agencies who have not had Print Assessmsents.

 

Updated:  3-02-09