November 28, 2011 Surveillance, Workplace
Jacqueline Rabe Thomas reports:
Following the lead of private and nonprofit businesses, the [Connecticut] Department of Children and Families is considering adding GPS devices to its fleet of 800 vehicles to quash misuse of its vehicles.
In her proposal to Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s budget office, DCF Commissioner Joette Katz estimates these GPS devices will save the state nearly $250,000 in the first year by being able to prove misuse of vehicles, verify overtime hours and save 20 percent on fuel consumption.
Read more on The CT Mirror.
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