It May Cost More to Collect The Cell Phones Than Keep Them

Cell1Cell2cell3cell4cell5.1cell6cell7(Editor’s Note: Refreshing to see in the Budget Letter that “ongoing device refresh” is still permissable. In the alliterative Reduction Instructions, is “sum” kind of like “add up?” And in the Exemption Request “Is shared resource pooling what regular folk think of as “sharing?”)


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  1. It’s this sort of mind-numbing stuff that permeates too much of the state’ bureaucracy…all this attention to minutiae and not enough on the MISSION, of whatever the agency, department, commission, etc. is supposed to be doing. Eight hours a day, two 15-minute breaks, 1 hour lunch, no exceptions.

    I suggest the state, after collecting, cataloging and caching all those phones consider this: Cell Phones for Soldiers (www.cellphonesforsoldiers.com) or call (800) 426-1031. Better to repurpose, yes?

    Comment by Robyn Boyer — 2.08.2011 @ 6:57 pm

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