Currently, National Guard organizations have almost unlimited access to order (offical government) publications (Equipment Technical Manuals, Training Manuals, Etc) in any quantity and with any frequency desired.
This enables waste through duplicate ordering, and ordering publications not relevant to the unit's mission/equipment. Inexperienced publication system users are able to easily create erroneous massive orders which result in boxes upon boxes of irrelevant publications arriving on their doorstep.
Many of these publications contain restricted information, and proper disposal becomes an additional cost.
I suggest that the ordering of publications be reviewed and include visibility of order cost, as well as cross-checking publications ordered against equipment records to validate need and quantity.