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Feds Offer High Quality Printing Work

Friday, May 05, 2006

Press release from the issuing company

Chambersburg, PA – May 4, 2006 -- The Federal Government, through open competitive bidding coordinated by the Government Printing Office (GPO), awards more than $100 million of high quality work annually. These are the findings of Government Printing Sales, experts in assisting firms obtain volume from the GPO and other government entities. “There is a misconception that any work offered to printers by the Federal Government must be cheap and low quality in nature,” says Deborah A. Snider, Division President of Government Printing Sales. “However, work that matches to museum or professional marketing quality is plentiful and contributing to the profitability of some of the best printers in America.” According to statistics encompassing the last full calendar year, 10,569 jobs were awarded by the GPO to printers that carried a quality rating of 1 or 2. The GPO utilizes a quality system of five levels, quality level 1 being the highest. These awards contributed $108,176,036 dollars to the bottom line of GPO-qualified printers. In all, the GPO awards approximately $400 million of work yearly in all quality classifications. Snider says these high quality jobs include all types of printing work and at various quantities. “GPO is indeed a market for all, “ Snider adds, “offering work to small, medium, and large printers who seek to obtain swift-paying jobs that will increase their profits.” Firms interested in obtaining work from the GPO, state, and local governments can gain assistance from Government Printing Sales to: •automatically target opportunities to capabilities and production needs •provide recommended competitive pricing and continued analysis of pricing •qualification procedures and training regarding rules, regulations, best practices •hands-on assistance to handle proof approvals and press checks •paperwork preparation •bid submission •assistance with collections •negotiation and legal consultation

 

 

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