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The treasury at Kforce, the Tampa, Fla.-based staffing firm, came up with $25,000 a year in savings by eliminating paper printouts and making PDFs of documents instead. And those savings represent only part of the benefit of going paperless. Treasury’s move reinforced business continuity planning (BCP) by making it easier for the staff to work remotely in emergencies, like the storms that hit Florida, and also made it possible for treasury staffers to work from home.

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