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GO-TIME: Improved Office Supply Management System Brings Savings to PEMA

first_img Efficiency,  GO-TIME,  Press Release Harrisburg, PA – The Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency has modified its office supply ordering and inventory system, resulting in monetary savings and reduced waste.The agency made the change during the transition to its new headquarters.“We recognized the need to streamline our office supply system, and the transition to our new building was the ideal time to inventory our equipment and supplies to reduce overstock and ensure that we have what we need, when we need it, rather than storing quantities of supplies that could go unused for an extended period of time,” said Richard D. Flinn Jr., Director of PEMA.Previously, office supplies were purchased by multiple bureaus and kept in stock rooms throughout the building. This resulted in duplicate inventory stockpiles and products that became expired or obsolete before they could be used. Today, all office supplies are consolidated in a central location under the control of one bureau.PEMA has realized savings through the initiative by assessing its use of toner, paper, and other office supplies to determine the rate of use and availability of replacement stock. Office personnel can request supplies on an as-needed basis, with a goal of delivering those supplies within 24 hours.PEMA reported savings of $13,000 for fiscal year 2015-2016, and projected savings of more than $144,000 over the next five years.Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolf October 25, 2016 SHARE Email Facebook Twittercenter_img GO-TIME: Improved Office Supply Management System Brings Savings to PEMAlast_img read more

The Latest: Green flag nears at empty Indianapolis 500

first_img Associated Press The Latest: Green flag nears at empty Indianapolis 500 August 23, 2020 Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditThe Latest from the Indianapolis 500, which was delayed from Memorial Day weekend because of COVID-19:___The countdown is on to the start of the Indy 500, which was delayed from its traditional date in May because of the coronavirus pandemic and will be run without fans for the first time in its 104 editions. New track owner Roger Penske, whose team has four cars in the field, and IndyCar executives have tried to create an entertaining prerace show for broadcaster NBC. But the build up to “The Greatest Spectacle in Racing” is still somewhat eerie without the 250,000-plus fans who typically show up inside the Brickyard.Driver introductions took place with the voice of the public address announcer echoing off the empty stands. There also will be no military parade or balloon release, two staples of race day. But there will be Jim Cornelison singing “Back Home Again in Indiana” and the Air Force’s famed Thunderbirds performing a flyover.___More AP auto racing: https://apnews.com/apf-AutoRacing and https://twitter.com/AP_Sportslast_img read more

NFL training camp 2019: AFC North preview

first_imgExpect to see that ferocity throughout this season, beginning Week 1 when he finally makes his return to the field.Key injuriesJames Conner, ankle: The Steelers running back broke out last season as he took on a larger role in the absence of Le’Veon Bell during his contract holdout, but an ankle injury limited Conner to just 13 games. With Bell gone, expect Conner’s duties to be expanded as he looks to build on the 973 yards rushing and 12 touchdowns be complied in 2018 — if he can stay healthy.Andy Dalton, thumb: The Bengals quarterback went down with a thumb injury late in the season, landing on injured reserve Nov. 26, but threw for 2,566 yards and 21 touchdowns with 11 interceptions before being sidelined. Pairing his return to the field with A.J. Green’s and Tyler Eifert’s will certainly give Cincinnati the new life it needs as it rebuilds. Here’s the outlook for the AFC North heading into training camp:Team on the riseCleveland Browns Related News The Browns had nowhere to go but up in 2018 after posting a winless record the previous season, but after going 7-8-1 in 2018 they could really take off in 2019.One of the biggest stories this offseason was Cleveland’s acquisition of wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. from the Giants. But the Browns didn’t stop there and made a controversial decision to sign running back Kareem Hunt following his release from the Chiefs after a video surfaced in which he was kicking a woman (he’s suspended eight games to start 2019 for the incident).Among those returning for the Browns after helping turn around the team last season are Baker Mayfield, Jarvis Landry, Antonio Callaway and Nick Chubb, making the Browns not only the most intriguing team in the AFC North but also one of the most interesting ones in the NFL as a whole.Team on the declineCincinnati BenglasIt’s a new era in Cincinnati, which means the Bengals could be looking up from the bottom of the division for a year or two as they find their footing.The team brought in first-time head coach Zac Taylor after parting ways with longtime coach Marvin Lewis, and the 36-year-old will face the tall task of helping the team rebound from its first last-place finish in the division since 2010 after the Browns infamously held the position from 2011-17.However, much of the team’s turnaround will depend on the recovery of its offense after the Bengals lost quarterback Andy Dalton (thumb), wide receiver A.J. Green (toe) and tight end Tyler Eifert (ankle) to injuries last season.Rookies to watchDevin Bush, LB, Steelers: The Steel Curtain has been far from impenetrable since the team lost Ryan Shazier to a spine injury, so Pittsburgh traded up to take the Michigan standout 10th overall and he quickly made an impression on his teammates during OTAs. Bush, who ran a 4.43-second 40-yard dash at the combine, had 172 tackles, 18.5 tackles for losses, 10 sacks and an interception in 32 games in his three seasons with the Wolverines.Marquise Brown, WR, Ravens: The Ravens surprised many taking Brown with the No. 25 pick of the first round. The team doesn’t have the best history drafting receivers, and Lamar Jackson carried much of the offensive load last season as he ranked 30th in rushing yards, joining Cam Newton (49th) as the only quarterbacks in the top 50. Still, Brown proved to be a valuable — and speedy — weapon as Kyler Murray’s top target at Oklahoma, posting 75 catches for 1,318 and 10 touchdowns last season.Player spotlightEarl ThomasAfter spending the first nine seasons of his career in Seattle, Thomas is in for an adjustment in 2019 with the Ravens, but that doesn’t mean he isn’t up for the challenge.A key member of the “Legion of Boom” secondary and Seahawks defense that was among the NFL’s stingiest for most of a decade, Thomas brings a level of intensity, determination and leadership that the Ravens defense has arguably lacked since Hall of Fame safety Ed Reed’s retirement.Imagine what Thomas brings to a defense that ranked first in yards allowed in 2018. His fire was only fueled after he broke his leg last season, and he didn’t hide his middle-finger feelings from the Seahawks. The AFC North has been dominated by the Bengals, Ravens and Steelers for years, but this finally could be the year of the Browns.The division has a new look all around, as the Browns and Ravens made some big offseason signings, the Bengals added a new head coach for the first time in 17 years and the Steelers will prepare to play without their “Killer B” trio. NFL training camp 2019: AFC East previewlast_img read more

‘Even Bill Gates Can’t Survive in George Weah’s West Point’

first_imgA group of emotionally-charged youths in the Township of West Point yesterday told our reporter that they (youth) of West Point were planning to petition government to name the township in honor of soccer legend George Manneh Weah.The youth, who numbered more than 30 people, paraded the streets of West Point and some parts of central Monrovia Saturday night, when results from polling centers started to filter in with indications that George Weah will be replacing outgoing former Congress for Democratic Change (CDC) Senator Joyce Musu Freeman-Sumo for the Montserrado seat in the 53rd Senate.The group, headed by 21-year-old Mustapha Swaray, declared that almost 100% of residents of the township consider George Weah as a messiah who will finally redeem them from their neglected condition of education and sanitation.  He said further that even the world’s richest man, Bill Gates, cannot survive politically in West Point, which is considered the soccer icon’s dominion.“There is no need to argue with our resolve to stay with Manneh for better or worse; even Bill Gates who is the world’s richest man cannot politically survive in George Weah’s West Point, and it will be a futile venture for anyone to attempt to sway our loyalty away from him.”Swaray maintained that for the first time in recent elections, West Pointers attended a confusion-free electoral process, adding that past confusions were ignited by the government.Displaying ID cards with photo of George Weah, the youths said: “We beat his (Robert Sirleaf) mother in 2005 and 2011, and if that was not enough now she has sent her son; she will never try our resolve again.”Polling at all voting centers in the township started a little behind time. But by mid-morning, voters sometimes in groups of five or ten,  following the Ministry of Health’s Ebola regulation of washing hands and observing the election commissions’ request for voters to observe a-three feet space between electorates, started queuing up to cast their votes.Many political commentators are hailing what they believe is the first smooth and violence-free election in the Township of West Point.Thousands of the township’s residents are now bracing themselves in preparation for the announcement of a date for what they expect to be their biggest ever political victory march.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more