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July 2014

The Washington Post features GPO’s digital transformation and legislative efforts to change the agency’s name to the Government Publishing Office.
Few may be hanging on Congress’s every word, but the GPO is still printing them

Roll Call reports that GPO has issued a Request for Information on options for commercial development of GPO-owned parking space.
GPO Might Turn Employee Parking Lot Into Commercial Development

Government Executive reports that GPO is offering buyouts to employees to reduce the agency’s workforce by five percent.
Government’s Publisher to Offer Buyouts, Early Outs to Employees This Fall

Roll Call reports on GPO’s announcement that it is offering buyouts and early outs to employees.
GPO Wants to Offer Buyouts to 100 Workers

June 2014

Government Executive reports on the legislative efforts to change GPO’s name to the Government Publishing Office.
Changing GPO’s Name Isn't High on the Congressional Agenda

Fed Scoop reports on the positive results of GPO’s customer service satisfaction survey.
Federal agencies satisfied with GPO service

April 2014

Roll Call profiles GPO’s Production Manager John Crawford on his new position and how he has embraced change during his nearly 50 years of service.
After Half-Century in Print Trade, GPO Manager Embraces More Change

The Washington Post reports that legislation to change GPO’s name to the Government Publishing Office was reported out of the Senate Committee on Rules and Administration.
Does the 153-year-old Government Printing Office need a digital-era name?

Roll Call reports on the House legislative branch appropriations bill.
Legislative Branch Bill Keeps House Spending in Check

The Washington Post reports on how much GPO spends on ink in response to a student idea about changing fonts to save on ink and printing costs.
Can a font change save the government $234 million?

March 2014

FedScoop names Public Printer Davita Vance-Cooks as one DC’s top 50 women in tech.
DC’s Top 50 Women in Tech

NPR interviews Public Printer Davita Vance-Cooks and Deputy Public Printer Jim Bradley on GPO’s digital transformation.
Government Printing Office Is Churning Out Less Paper

Roll Call reports on Public Printer Davita Vance-Cooks testifying before the House Subcommittee on Legislative Branch Appropriations on GPO’s request for FY 2015.
Legislative Branch Agencies Request Relief From Budget Cuts

January 2014

Roll Call reports that legislation was introduced to change GPO’s name to the Government Publishing Office.
Senators Propose Rebranding GPO as Government Publishing Office

The Washington Post features GPO’s Ginger Davis and the evolving role of clerks in the Federal Government.
As federal government evolves, its clerical workers edge toward extinction

Chief of Staff Andy Sherman discusses GPO’s strategic plan for FY 2014-2018 on Federal News Radio.
Andy Sherman on Federal News Radio

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