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Stories Federal News Radio reporters are working on for June 16, 2011.
An inside look at how the Government Printing Office works on a daily basis, including an audio slideshow of GPO's printing plant.
The Government Printing Office named Richard Davis as its new chief technology officer.
The Government Printing Office has named Charles Riddle as the new chief information officer. Riddle brings a background in information technology and most recently worked at the Agriculture Department.
Now in its 150th year, the Government Printing Office has been on a digital tear for the last several years. We get an update from Mary Alice Baish, Superintendent of Documents at GPO.
Two Senators have proposed a bill reducing the number of printed copies of the Congressional Record in order to reduce the overall deficit.
Federal News Radio surveyed 10 agencies to find out how they are preparing for a shutdown, and how operating under a continuing resolution is affecting their operations.
The U.S. Government Printing Office (GPO) and Library of Congress (LOC) are collaborating to digitize some of our nation's most important legal and legislative documents
President Obama announced his intent to appoint two key nominees, according to a White House statement.
The Government Printing Office says some laptops claimed missing by an Inspector General report have been recovered.