|SUP01||Authorize the Executive Branch to Establish a Printing Policy That Will Eliminate the Current Printing Monopoly|
|SUP02||Assure Public Access to Federal Information|
|SUP03||Improve Distribution Systems to Reduce Costly Inventories|
|SUP04||Streamline and Improve Contracting Strategies for the Multiple Award Schedule Program|
|SUP05||Expand Agency Authority and Eliminate Congressional Control Over Federal Vehicle Fleet Management|
|SUP06||Give Agencies Authority and Incentive for Personal Property Management and Disposal|
|SUP07||Simplify Travel and Increase Competition|
|SUP08||Give Customers Choices and Create Real Property Enterprises That Promote Sound Real Property Asset Management|
|SUP09||Simplify Procedures for Acquiring Small Blocks of Space to House Federal Agencies|
|SUP10||Establish New Contracting Procedures for the Continued Occupancy of Leased Office Space|
|SUP11||Reduce Postage Costs Through Improved Mail Management|
In an effort to reduce agencies' dependence on supply depot systems and improve distribution systems, GSA compared itself with commercial supply distribution systems. This comparison showed that recent changes to the Federal Supply Service direct vendor delivery, the elimination of specialized government specifications, the use of electronic data interchange to simplify ordering in near real-time, and the use of GSA's ADVANTAGE information system for the Federal Supply Service's catalog has made the agency both cost effective and competitive. Benchmarking will continue to be used as a valuable tool in furthering savings.
Significant progress has been made on statutory and nonstatutory efforts to simplify travel regulations. In separate legislation, both houses of Congress have passed major reforms to the federal travel system. To complement this effort, GSA and the Joint Financial Management Improvement Program are streamlining the Federal Travel Regulation, which sets governmentwide travel policies. These reforms have the potential for saving more than $800 million a year in administrative costs currently required by law.