Circular Letter No. 983

March 27, 2017

TO: Printing and Publishing Officials of the Federal Government

SUBJECT:  Rider Orders for the Paper Edition of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), Titles 17 through 27, revised April 1, 2017

The Office of the Federal Register (OFR) has issued a letter to agency Requisition Officers announcing the opportunity to submit rider orders for the paper edition of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), Titles 17 through 27, revised April 1, 2017. We are distributing this information by Circular Letter to help ensure that agencies receive this information in a timely manner

Please note that your SF-1 requisitions forms (http://www.gpo.gov/customers/sf1.htm) for the above products are due to the Government Publishing Office (GPO) no later than April 24th, 2017. Be sure to indicate the number of copies needed for all activities of your organization and include the correct Billing Address Code (BAC) for your bureau/office and the appropriate GPO Jacket numbers (see enclosed list after this Letter) on your requisitions. Also, please include your Line of Accounting (LOA) number on the SF-1 and all agencies are required to provide GPO with their Component Treasury Account System (TAS) and Business Event Type Code (BETC) information for all IPAC transactions. Please refer to GPO Circular Letters No. 882, 893, 903 and 922.

Individual SF-1’s are required for each Jacket number and its correlating Title.

GPO will make every effort to include any orders (SF-1’s) received after the April 24th, 2017 deadline in the original printing at rider rate pricing. However, due to the CFR production process and schedules, orders received late may be directed to the Superintendent of Documents for fulfillment at the higher post-production sales rates.

NOTE: Titles identified as potential covers only, can be verified by contacting this office after April 10th if necessary for ordering purposes.

Your requisitions should be submitted to the Office of Official Journals (OJG), Room C-846, U.S. Government Publishing Office, 732 N. Capitol Street, NW, Washington, DC 20401, faxed to 888.579.5907, or submitted by email to [email protected]gov.

If you have any questions concerning this Circular Letter, please contact OFR Publishing Services by phone at 202.512.2100 or by email at [email protected].

Sincerely,

BRUCE SEGER

Managing Director, Customer Services

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