Regional Procurement Office
Submit each bid to: GPO Regional Printing Procurement Office, 536 Stone Road, Suite I, Benicia, CA 94510-1170.
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: Program 3960-S
Title: Quick-Schedule Copying
Bid Opening Date: 11:00 AM Pacific Time on APRIL 14, 2015.
Scope: These specifications describe quick turnaround copying of various forms, brochures, newsletters, large format drawings, etc., requiring such operations as copy pickup (including digital retrieval via contractor�s FTP site, capable of conveniently transmitting large files), generation of printing media/reproducibles from furnished digital copy, black-only and four-color (including duplex color) electrostatic, thermal or other copying process, digital scanning of large format legacy maps/documents, CD-R/DVD replication/duplication, binding, drilling, folding, laminating, addressing of printed pieces using furnished labels and/or digital mailing address database(s), packing and delivery.
No one-time solicitations available at this time. Please check back later.
DISCLAIMER: The GPO is providing solicitation dissemination via the Internet as a service to the public. If contractors elect to receive transmissions electronically the GPO will not be responsible for any failure attributable to the transmission, including but not limited to: (1) Receipt of garbled or incomplete solicitation; (2) Incompatibility between the sending and receiving equipment; (3) Delay in transmission or receipt of the solicitation; (4) Illegibility of solicitation. In addition, contractors should review the electronic synopsis prior to submission of bids to determine if the solicitation has been amended.
Questions or comments regarding the contents of these pages, or GPO Printing Procurement? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.