GPO Releases list of the top 10 Federal agencies that buy printing
Press release from the issuing company
WASHINGTON— Today the U.S. Government Printing Office released the list of the top 10 Federal agencies that have obtained electronic and print-related products and services in Fiscal Year 2005 through GPO's long-standing partnership with private sector companies.
In FY 2005, the GPO relied on private sector vendors to furnish close to $500 million worth of communication goods and services to agencies in all three branches of the Federal Government. The GPO provides products and services to Congress, Federal Courts, more than 130 Federal agencies, and the American public. These customers have come to depend on the quality services provided by the GPO to meet all facets of their information and communication needs, including creative concept and design services, CD-Rom products, and much more.
“Our goal is straightforward: to provide our customers the best quality information products and services they need and have come to expect from the GPO,” said Jim Bradley, Managing Director of Customer Services. “We are excited about some of the newest services we've added to make doing business with the GPO easier and faster than ever before."
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