In response to the Governor's Affordability and Efficiency Report, Kent State University is implementing the Comprehensive Office Print Initiative (COPI). The purpose of the program is to assess office copier/printer practices across all campuses and identify potential efficiencies by modifying current equipment and printing practices.
The project is being led by Todd Diacon, executive vice president and provost, and Mark Polatajko, senior vice president for finance and administration. They head up a university-wide implementation committee representing many areas of the university.
A pilot program is underway this semester in the Executive Offices, Kent State University at Tuscarawas and the College of Podiatric Medicine. The program will expand to the rest of the university during the spring semester.
For more information on the project, please read the message from Provost Diacon and Senior Vice President Polatajko. Additional information is also available on the COPI website at www.kent.edu/copi.