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A Sweet Memory: Four Decades Later, GPO Reconnects with French Baker Who Made the Agency's 125th Anniversary Cake

02/28/24  Jean-Claude Goubet says he could feel his cheeks turn red as a cheering crowd of GPO teammates eagerly awaited the Agency’s 125th red brick building anniversary cake.


GPO Secures Spot on Forbes' America's Best Employer List for Third Year in a Row

02/26/24  The U.S. Government Publishing Office (GPO) has been named one of the best employers in America by Forbes for the third year in a row. GPO ranked in the top 15 amongst mid-sized agencies in Government Services. GPO joined the National Archives and Records Administration and Federal Communications Commission in the category for best Government agencies.


GovInfo Earns New Certification for Digital Trustworthiness

02/05/24  The U.S. Government Publishing Office’s (GPO) GovInfo, the one-stop site for authentic, published information for all three branches of the Federal Government, has earned a CoreTrustSeal certification for the first time. This certification provides data producers assurance that their materials are stored in a reliable manner and to the public that digital materials are authentic and trustworthy.


GPO Director Testifies on Improving Agency Workflow and Productivity with Artificial Intelligence

01/25/24  The U.S. Government Publishing Office’s (GPO) Director Hugh Nathanial Halpern on January 24, 2024 testified before the United States Senate Committee on Rules and Administration about the use of artificial intelligence (AI) at the Agency.


Granddaughter of Retired GPO Employee Discovers Treasure Trove of GPO Memorabilia

01/11/24  GPO recently spoke with Beth Simon, Social Science Research Analyst at the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) and granddaughter of George R. Simon, who spent four decades working at GPO.


GPO's GovInfo Hits Record One Billion Retrievals in 2023

01/10/24  The U.S. Government Publishing Office’s (GPO) GovInfo, the one-stop site for authentic, published information for all three branches of the Federal Government, hit a record number of retrievals in 2023 — 1.15 billion. This is a 32% increase from the number of retrievals in 2022 and a 215% increase from the number of retrievals in 2018. The most retrieved collection of 2023 was the Federal Register, with more than 80 million retrievals.





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