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CIRCULAR LETTER NO. 565
September 2, 2004
TO: Printing and Publishing Officials of the Federal Government
SUBJECT: Rider Orders for Office of Government Ethics Pamphlet Understanding the Revolving Door: How Ethics Rules Apply to Your Job Seeking and Post-Government Employment Activities
The purpose of this Circular Letter is to offer departments and agencies of the Federal Government the opportunity to ride the printing order for the following product of the Office of Government Ethics (OGE):
Understanding the Revolving Door: How Ethics Rules Apply to Your Job Seeking and Post-Government Employment Activities - (reprint). This two-color glossy pamphlet, which updates the version issued in 2000, briefly describes the Federal ethics laws that may affect a Government employee who is looking for a job outside of the Government, as well as the restrictions that apply after terminating Government employment. The estimated rider rate is $.50 each. Please remember to indicate the number of pamphlets desired and Jacket Number 308-902, OGE Requisition Number 4-00022 on your requisition. Field or regional activities should coordinate their requirements with their Washington, DC area headquarters' printing officers before submitting any paperwork.
Rider requisitions (SF-1s) for this product should be submitted to GPO no later than September 17, 2004. The rider rate applies to single destination, local delivery. Mailing charges, if incurred, will be added to your account. Please note the following address change for submitting your requisitions: U.S. Government Printing Office, Agency Publishing Services, (Stop: CSAA), North Capitol & H Streets NW, Washington, DC 20401, or fax your requisitions to 202-512-1260.
If you have any questions about the information contained in this Circular Letter, please contact your GPO Agency Publishing Specialist or call Agency Publishing Services on 202-512-0238.
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