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Paper Reduction Saves Space, Cuts Costs

The judiciary has made it a mission to reduce space and cost, all while improving efficiency. A new U.S. Courts video shows how the Judiciary is reducing building space by storing files electronically, eliminating the need for large rooms to shelve paper documents.   

The reduced use of paper in Chicago, Denver and West Palm Beach offices has helped save the judiciary millions in rent bills and taxpayer dollars.

The video demonstrates how technology not only improves organization and cuts cost for the judiciary but also benefits the environment by eliminating wasteful material.

The Judiciary is in the middle of a five-year national campaign to cut building space and rent costs. Learn more about the Chicago project.

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