Regional Procurement Office
Submit each bid to: GPO Regional Printing Procurement Office, John F. Kennedy Federal Building, 15 New Sudbury Street, E-270, Boston, MA 02203-0002.
Unless otherwise stated in the solicitation, responses will not be accepted electronically. (See Bid Form 910)
The following synopses of online solicitations are a listing of those available for bidding at GPO's Central Office Printing Procurement Department and are available as on-demand printing files in Adobe Acrobat Portable Document Format (PDF).
List of GPO's offices using this online bid service: Central Office, Atlanta RPPO, Boston RPPO, Charleston SPPO, Chicago RPPO, Columbus RPPO, Dallas RPPO, Denver RPPO, New York RPPO, Oklahoma City SPPO, Philadelphia RPPO, San Antonio SPPO, San Diego SPPO, San Francisco RPPO, Seattle RPPO and Virginia Beach RPPO.
Abstract file lists are available in PDF's for GPO's Atlanta, Boston, Central, Charleston, Chicago, Columbus, Dallas, Denver, New York, Oklahoma City, Philadelphia, San Antonio, San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle and Virginia Beach offices.
Program Number: 1154-S
Title: Litigation Support Services
Bid Opening Date: April 23, 2014.
Scope: These specifications cover the fast turnaround of black and color duplicating/copying (in exact order received) of litigation documents; reproducing oversized black and full color documents; and, duplicating CDs; requiring such operations as copy preparation, duplicating/copying in black and full color, Bates numbering, scanning, binding, construction, CD duplication, packing, and distribution
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