The state has initiated a program designed to save it money on the nine million dollars in office supplies it buys each year. Office of Administration Commissioner Jackie White says the program is expected to save about 30 percent on that bill by letting a single contract to make a big buy from a large supplier Rangel/Office Depot. All state agencies can use the contract by ordering direct from the supplier. White says even government agencies outside of the scope of the state’s control can participate. The only ones left on the outside are the smaller vendors who used to sell to the state. White hopes there will be business for them in the future, but right now, she feels she has to try to save every dime possible.
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