RR Donnelley wins portion of Census print job from Government
Press release from the issuing company
May 24 -- R.R. Donnelley & Sons Company has been awarded a multi-year $49.7 million contract by the United States Government Printing Office to produce documents and to provide consultative, supply chain management and other services in support of the 2010 Census. RR Donnelley will produce and coordinate the mailing of census questionnaires that will be received in more than 120 million households throughout the United States.
"We are delighted that RR Donnelley has been selected for this important opportunity to support the collection of census information," said John Paloian, RR Donnelley's Chief Operating Officer. "This program draws on our ability to use our information technology, print production and imaging, logistics and supply chain management capabilities to craft integrated solutions."
RR Donnelley's multiple, networked facilities position the company to meet the demanding cycle times required by the program while simultaneously providing redundant capabilities in accordance with best project management practices.
RR Donnelley's production of census related materials will commence in 2008, beginning with the census dress rehearsal.
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