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The Government Printing Office has developed and released its first mobile app. It's a mobile member guide that provides information on members of Congress. The GPO guide lets users search for members by name, by party, by state or by the chamber they serve in. GPO decided to take a web-based approach to apps rather than developing different versions for each mobile platform. The office says it works well on iPhone, Android and Blackberry devices, and it expects to release more apps in the coming months.
Senate leaves town without confirming nomination of 26th public printer. Boarman is unclear why his nomination has stalled.
GPO's Chief Technology Officer Ric Davis talks about launching the agency's first mobile app. Users will be able to access information about members of Congress on their mobile devices.
Michael Raponi is the new inspector general at the Government Printing Office.
Federal, state and local governments are looking at what worked -- and what didn't -- when it came to having employees telework during the storm. Federal News Radio learns how Arlington County was able to continue operations remotely, despite snowy and dangerous conditions outside.
The Daily Debrief gets analysis about the new Federal Register format, which some say will improve usability, accessibility and, perhaps most importantly, save the government money.
The Government Printing Office is trying to "right-size" its printing operation. The GPO is in the first phase of a process that will one day bring more efficient, and less costly digital printers to its plant on North Capitol Street. The goal: to save both taxpayer dollars and printing paper.
More than 200 GPO staffers trucked through the snow to get to work this week. Bob Tapella is the Public Printer, who heads the GPO. He joins us with a behind-the-scenes look at what important tasks these employees were carrying out.
Approximately 300 GPO employees are needed to produce the 10 pound Budget.