Today I'd an example of 'issuing' at a personal level. Instead of simply passing on a surplus item on to someone it'd fit, how about sitting on it, and providing it only when needed. For example, I've been sitting on a nice fleece hoodie, brand new, a free item tossed in as a thank you for a big order. Normally I simply pass it on to someone who it'd fit, and normally, it's not when the person needs, is thinking about, or even truly appreciates the item and the item is forgotten, lost or damaged before it can be used. today, by chance, I gave that fleece hoodie to a friend. He'd broken the zipper on the fleece jacket he was wearing. The new article of clothing came at the right time and he put it right on. It will be worn. This is a simple practice-giving or 'issuing' an item when needed, not just just handing it off because it fits. I don't know how many dollars worth of items I provided to family members at the wrong time, and when it was needed, they didn't know where it was or else it'd been moved along. Of course there are exceptions. One company sent me, get this, sleeved camo blanket, a tactical snuggie. When in the world would that ever be needed?