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GPO Looks To Private Publishers For Sales Boost

Thursday, April 13, 2006

Press release from the issuing company

WASHINGTON – The U.S. Government Printing Office is seeking to re-invent its Government publications sales program by making Government publications available in a commercial mainstream setting, expanding distribution channels and using the latest technology, while achieving significant cost reductions for taxpayers through private sector vendors. "As a result of GPO working with book dealers in the private sector, you will be able to go online or walk into your corner bookstore - and pick up or order - any Government title you want. From bestsellers like the 9-11 Commission Report, to hard-to-find titles and specialty books on health and labor regulations, you will be able to choose from the best collection of Government publications in the world,” said Kevin O’Toole, Director of GPO’s Publication and Information Sales. “We want to make the thousands of titles published by our Government accessible anytime and anywhere across the country.”




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