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Printing Office gets a spot on the Approved Products List to offer graphical personalization services. GPO first mulled providing these services in 2006.
What's the best way to use the measurements developed for government in the past few years? We ask a panel of experts for their opinion.
This week, host Jason Miller talks with GPO's Mike Wash about updating the agency's cybersecurity programs.
Sept. 2, 2010
One of the creators of the site explains why his company did what it did.
As the Government Printing Office continues with plans for electronic preservation of documents, it has created a new position. David Walls, GPO's first preservation librarian, tells us about this new job.
Just in time for its 75th anniversary in a little more than 10 days, the Federal Register is set to unveil an entirely new look -- online. And in keeping with the Obama Administration's emphasis on the Open Government Initiative, and using the tools of social collaboration, the new FederalRegister.gov is expected to be the result of wider citizen participation.
The U.S. Government Printing Office has joined a worldwide digital preservation alliance to collaborate with organizations on preservation initiatives. Acting Superintendent of Documents, Ric Davis, explains how it will work.
GPO prepares to celebrate 150 years of Keeping American Informed on the documents of our democracy. Public Printer, Bob Tapella, tells us how.
Antennas intended for US e-Passports were being manufactured in Thailand. Were. GPO's Steve LeBlanc explains.
A U.S. government contractor is still assembling a key passport component in Thailand despite repeated warnings about security risks. The Center for Public Integrity's John Solomon explains.