Government Printing Office


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Government Printing Office (GPO)

The federal government's primary, centralized resource for gathering, cataloging, providing, authenticating, and preserving published information in all its forms. It maintains a 1.5 million square foot facility in Washington D.C. for processing, printing, and distribution of materials. Unless one knows the specific government agency responsible for particular materials, GPO's Web site, www.gpo.gov, is the best place to start any search regarding laws,regulations,procedures,forms,advice,or virtually anything else prepared by or collected for the U.S.government.

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Government Printing Office, Claims Office, Washington DC 20402; or call 202-512-1800; or fax 202-512-2168.
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Government Printing Office (GPO) released a Request for Proposal (RFP) for the Master Integrator of the Future Digital System, also known as FDsys.
Government Printing Office (GPO), with the annual James Bennett Childs Award.
Government Printing Office announced that it is seeking suggestions from private sector vendors for services relating to its current sales program operations.
Government Printing Office (GPO) announced that the number of document titles available through its GPO Access (http://www.
Government Printing Office (GPO) announced that it is providing public access to the transcripts of closed-door hearings conducted by Senator Joseph McCarthy from 1953 to 1954.

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