Easy Access to Government Printing Jobs from GPO: Top States Ranked by GPO
Press release from the issuing company
Washington, D.C.- From New York to Kentucky to California, the U.S. Government Printing Office is giving America's printing industry literally millions of reasons to work together with the GPO. In Fiscal Year 2004 alone, the GPO purchased about $450 million worth of printing and related services from thousands of private sector companies across the country.
"The GPO competitively buys products and services from printers nationwide, procuring between 600 and 1,000 print-related projects a day to vendors across the country. In fact, the majority of the work produced by the GPO is contracted out to private sector companies. The contracts cover the entire spectrum of printing and publishing services and are available to fit almost any firm from the largest to the smallest. It is one of the Government's most successful procurement programs, assuring the most cost-effective use of the taxpayers' printing dollars," said Jim Bradley, Managing Director of GPO's Customer Services.
The top ten states from which GPO purchased printing services in Fiscal Year 2004 are:
GPO'S TOP TEN STATES
7. New York
It is now easier than ever to participate in GPO's purchasing program. You can register online at www.contractorconnect.gpo.gov. Simply click on "New Online Registration for GPO Contractors." Bidding opportunities and information on how to do business with the GPO are also available at this site.
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