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Government Printing Office, United States:

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(GPO), federal bureau originally authorized in 1860 that performs printing and binding for Congress and federal departments and agencies, distributes government publications in printed and electronic formats, reprints documents for
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United States Government Printing Office:

see Government Publishing Office, United StatesGovernment Publishing Office, United States
(GPO), federal bureau originally authorized in 1860 that performs printing and binding for Congress and federal departments and agencies, distributes government publications in printed and electronic formats, reprints documents for
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Gov't Printing Office, Status Report: GPO Access (1994).
The total number of titles we now make available on GPO Access has increased to more than 300,000, with an average of 37 million retrieved every month.
Although the law allowed a charge for access (except at depository libraries), the GPO Access databases soon became freely available to all through GPO Access Gateway sites set up by depository libraries ("GPO Access," 1995), and then by December 1995 GPO decided to waive the fees for GPO Access (Gordon-Murnane, 1999).
htm as well as GPO Access. Public law emerging from the 104th and 105th Congresses may also be accessed through GPO Access.
* The creators of both the GPO Access site and GPO Pathway Services (http://access.gpo.gov/ su_docs/aces/aces760.html), "did a fine job of making it user-friendly," Kerchoff said of the services which allow document searches by title, topics, agency and subject.
At the same time, the public is obtaining government information from government Web sites such as GPO Access rather than purchasing paper copies.
The Government Printing Office will provide public access through its GPO Access WWW site.
The federal government puts up information through several access points (e.g., THOMAS, at http://thomas.loc.gov/; GPO Access, at http://thorplus.lib.purdue.edu/gpo/).
GPO Access provides online access to the Congressional Record Index, which can be used to search for pre-1996 lobbyist registrations at [http://www.gpoaccess.gov/cri/index.html].
Government and Printing Office's GPO Access website (www.gpoaccess.gov) provides free access to official versions of a variety of federal government publications, an easy online ordering process, and links to other federal sites.
Quint mentioned NTIS and the GPO Access model (both NTIS and GPO are CENDI members).