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GPOExpress Program Achieves Milestone

Thursday, July 18, 2013

Press release from the issuing company

WASHINGTON - The U.S. Government Printing Office (GPO) has many programs to help Federal agencies with their printing and digitization needs during these tight budgetary times.  One of these, called GPOExpress, which GPO operates in partnership with FedEx Office, has achieved a milestone of 100,000 orders since it began operation in 2005.  GPOExpress provides Federal agencies with discounted services to meet their small and short turnaround printing and binding needs. By enrolling in the program, Federal agency employees receive a GPOExpress card that allows them to take advantage of pre-negotiated prices that are up to 80 percent below retail rates. GPOExpress currently has 4,000 Federal Government employees enrolled. The program utilizes the FedEx Office network of more than 1,800 locations nationwide to provide Federal agencies with convenient, low-cost professional services, including printing, binding, and finishing; banner and sign production; direct mail services; and digital content management through the FedEx Office DocStore system. 

Link to the GPOExpress program: http://www.gpo.gov/customers/express.htm

"In the current fiscal climate it is important for Federal agencies to get the most out of their budgets and GPOExpress is a great tool for them to use reduce costs," said Acting Public Printer Davita Vance-Cooks. "GPOExpress is just one of the many ways GPO can help Federal agencies save money and maximize their resources."

"FedEx Office is excited to have met this milestone. For more than eight years, FedEx Office has been able to provide a seamless program that provides federal agencies a convenient, low-cost solution for their professional services including printing, banner and sign production, direct mail services and digital content management through FedEx Office's DocStore system," said Aimee DiCicco, Senior Vice President of FedEx Office.


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