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Fierce Government IT reports on the Senate Subcommittee on Legislative Branch Appropriations hearing during which Acting Public Printer Davita Vance-Cooks testified on behalf of GPO.
Sequestration eroded GAO ability to produce reports, Comptroller General says
The Pueblo Chieftain reports that GPO’s distribution center in Pueblo, Colorado distributed its one billionth consumer publication.
Thanks a billion
Roll Call reports on Davita Vance-Cooks’ nomination by President Obama to be the Public Printer of GPO.
Obama Picks Vance-Cooks to Head GPO
The Washington Post reports that President Obama will nominate Davita Vance-Cooks to be Public Printer of GPO.
Davita Vance-Cooks named to head Government Printing Office
Fierce Government IT reports on GPO's budget request for FY 2014.
2014 Budget Request: Government Printing Office
National Journal reports on the release of the President's Budget FY 2014 and how the popularity of the release as changed over time.
The Hottest Book Drop in Town: Behind the Scenes at Today's Budget Release
Hearst Television takes a behind the scenes look at the production of the President's Budget FY 2014.
President Obama's Budget Hot Off the Presses
Government Computer News reports highlights GPO accomplishments from FY 2012 based on the agency's Annual Report.
Digital payoff at GPO: More content, 2008 costs
Fierce Government IT reports on the budget reduction efforts and digital initiatives identified in GPO's Annual Report FY 2012.
GPO cuts budget to 2008 levels through digital revamp
National Journal reports the release of GPO's Annual Report FY 2012 and the cost savings of making documents available digitally.
Stop the Presses: Putting Public Documents Online Has Saved Taxpayers $16 Million
Roll Call reports on the plans for sequestration presented by the leaders of legislative branch agencies during the House Legislative Branch Appropriations Subcommittee hearings.
Congress' Agencies Brace for Sequester
Fierce Government reports on the possible effect the sequestration will have on the private sector printing industry, a concern raised by Acting Public Printer Davita Vance-Cooks during the House Legislative Branch Appropriations Subcommittee hearing.
GPO fears sequestration's ripple effect
Roll Call reports on the potential impact of the sequestration on legislative branch agencies, including GPO.
Legislative Branch Agencies Prepare for Pinch
The Patriot-News reports that GPO employee BethAnn Telford will be featured in a program on the Discovery Channel in March.
Marathoner BethAnn Telford's health challenges will be topic of Discovery Channel program
Federal News Radio interviews Media and Public Relations Manager Gary Somerset about GPO joining Pinterest and the agency’s social media efforts.
Media and Public Relations Manager Gary Somerset on Federal News Radio
Fed Week reports on the National Academy of Public Administration’s study of GPO and how the independent audit validates the agency’s core mission of Keeping America Informed.
Panel Says GPO has Critical Role to Play in Ensuring Access to Authentic Info
Fed Scoop reports that GPO has joined Pinterest.
GPO Joins Pinterest
Government Executive discusses GPO’s app development with Program Planner Jon Quandt.
From Ink to Ingenuity
Government CIO Magazines interviews GPO’s Chief Information Security Officer John Hannan on the agency’s IT security practices.
Interview with John Hannan, CISO, GPO
GPO produced more than 40 materials for the President's Inauguration, including approximately 280,000 tickets. The Washington Post reports on the tickets produced by GPO and how Members of Congress are distributing the tickets.
From the Capitol to eBay, the hunt for tickets to Obama's inauguration is fierce
Next Gov reports that GPO is making House bills available for bulk download in XML format.
Government Printing Office to Publish House Bills in XML
Roll Call reports that GPO is increasing transparency to legislative data.
House Bill Batches to Be Made Available Free to Public