Regional Procurement Office
Submit each bid to: GPO Regional Printing Procurement Office, 1335 Dublin Road, Suite 112-B, Columbus, OH 43215-7034.
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).
Online solicitations can be found for the following GPO offices: DC, Atlanta, Boston, Charleston, Chicago, Columbus, Dallas, Denver, New York, Oklahoma City, Philadelphia, San Antonio, San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle and Virginia Beach.
Abstracts and specifications are available in PDF's for GPO's Atlanta, Boston, DC, Charleston, Chicago, Columbus, Dallas, Denver, New York, Oklahoma City, Philadelphia, San Antonio, San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle and Virginia Beach offices.
Program Number: 4573-S R1
Title: Pressure Sensitive Vinyl Labels
Bid Opening Date: February 24, 2016
Scope: These specifications cover the production of labels (individual labels, sheets of labels and roll of labels) requiring such operations as electronic prepress, soft proofs, printing in multiple colors, vinyl stock, numbering, laminating, cutting, packing, and delivery.
Program Number: 1554-S
Title: Various Envelopes
Bid Opening Date: February 25, 2016
Scope: These specifications cover the production of various envelopes requiring such operations as copy pickup, typesetting, proofs, prior-to-production samples, die-cut windows, printing (including security tinting), packing, and delivery.
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