GPO Veteran Jeff Bernazzoli To Lead Printing Plant Transformation
Press release from the issuing company
Washington, DC -- Public Printer of the United States Bruce R. James has named Jeffrey J. Bernazzoli the new Production Manager of the U.S. Government Printing Office (GPO). As Production Manager, the 31-year GPO veteran will head the GPO's in-house printing plant, including its extensive electronic prepress operations, press room, and bindery.
In making the appointment, Public Printer James said, "Jeff's extensive knowledge of print technology and the GPO's customer base makes him an ideal Production Manager for the GPO. I have every confidence that he
is the right person to lead the plant's transformation into a showplace of state-of-the-art technologies that provide the services our customers want in the 21st century."
Bernazzoli joined the GPO in 1972 as an apprentice. After completing his apprenticeship in 1976, he worked in the Offset Press Division as a platemaker-stripper. In 1979, he was sent on detail to the U.S. Customs Service. From 1981 to 1984, he served in Production Planning, where he worked on planning and scheduling printing jobs for production in the plant. In 1984, he took a position as Printing Specialist in Printing Procurement. For the past 3 years, he was the Supervisory Printing Specialist in the Office of the Production Manager, where he was in charge of tracking and expediting printing jobs through the plant and ensuring timely product delivery.
Bernazzoli attended The Pennsylvania State University. He resides in Bakerton, WV, with his wife, Joyce, and their son. An older son is deceased.
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