President Obama has signed an executive order, giving legs to a winning SAVE award idea. Federal agencies must cancel print subscriptions to the federal register - the government's own journal of official activities. The White House says 4,700 fewer editions will be printed, saving the government at least $4 million a year. The winning idea comes from Federal Bureau of Prisons employee Trudy Givens of Wisconsin. She was honored by the President at a SAVE awards ceremony last month. The SAVE awards gather money saving suggestions from rank-and-file feds all over the country.