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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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(6.) United States Government Printing Office, Descriptive Catalog of Machinery and Principal Equipment, 1926, and Descriptive Catalog of Machinery and Principal Equipment, 1941, Government Publishing Office Historical Collection, Washington, D.
Economic Report of the President, Transmitted to the Congress, January 1962, "The Annual Report of the Council of Economic Advisers," Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1962, pp.
From the Library of Congress to the Government Printing Office and many others, a great quantity of information content has been made available online, and a variety of finding aids and search engines help provide access.
An example of this is McCarthy's treatment of Edward Rothschild, a witness questioned during an investigation of the Government Printing Office. Rothschild's attorney, Charles E.
Government Printing Office, 1982, government documents call number LC 1.6/4: W 93), along with many other bibliographies on aeronautical subjects.
The proposed rule, among other thins: (1) requires all printing acquisitions over $2,500 to be posted to the federal electronic Internet site, www.fedbizopps.gov; (2) requires the agencies to choose between the Government Printing Office and privat e sector suppliers based on cost and timing requirements; and (3) limits indefinite quantity contracts for printing to a period of one year.
Print copies of several publications in which source data appear are available from the Government Printing Office at (202) 512-1800 or toll free (866) 512-1800.
'History of the United States Capitol' is published by the Government Printing Office and is available now.
The United States Government Printing Office, in recognizing the acceptability of BCTMP in non-permanent paper grades, wrote the following in its Government Paper Specification Standards, No.
Foreign Policy," (Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1975), pp.
Then, within days, local media began reporting evidence supplied by government employees that the fliers had been printed in the government printing office (Tipografia Nacional) at the Interior Ministry, where plates and proof sheets of the fliers had been left behind.

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