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GPO's John Tobiason is profiled in his hometown newspaper in Frederick, Maryland for winning a Stevie Award.
Designer works on the creative side of government
GPO Police Chief, John Butler, is featured in his hometown newspaper after completing FBI National Academy.
Carlisle man's law enforcement career has range
FDLP Desktop remembers Virginia Saunders and highlights her many contributions to the U.S. Government Printing Office.
In Memory of Virginia Saunders
Virginia Saunders, one of GPO's longest serving employees, is recognized for her 64 years of service to the federal government.
GPO'S Longest Serving Employee Marks a Milestone
GPO's Steve LeBlanc talks with Federal News Radio about the agency's role in producing Trusted Traveler Program cards.
GPO helps secure the Nation's borders
GPO's Steve LeBlanc discusses the Trusted Traveler Program on CNN.
CNN's Lou Dobbs Tonight
GPO authenticated and made the FY 2010 budget available online at the FDsys website.
The Budget of the U.S Government For Fiscal Year 2010 Available On GPO's Federal Digital System
The Washington Post talks with GPO's head forwarder Peter James, who is responsible for building, binding and marbling some of the most important documents in our government.
The Man Who Makes Important Books and Documents
GPO's Rick Garcia, Managing Director for Print Procurement, discusses GPO's role in assisting CDC and DHS with the printing of Swine Flu information for the public on Federal News Radio.
Tall order submitted for GPO's Swine Flu flier
The Washington Post's John Kelly talks with GPO's longest serving employee, Virginia Saunders.
For GPO Employee, the Job of a Lifetime
GPO's Chief Technology Officer Reynold Schweickhardt talks with Federal News Radio about IT initiatives at the agency.
GPO's Chief Technology Officer
Public Printer Bob Tapella talks with Federal News Radio how GPO is helping give Americans transparency to their government.
GPO's Role in Transparency
The Hill's Jordy Yager talks to Public Printer Bob Tapella about GPO's plans for a new facility.
Printer says repair won't soak taxpayers
WhatTheyThink reports on Public Printer Bob Tapella's address at the Brand Protection Conference.
Brand Protection Conference Showcases Latest Anti-Fraud Technologies
GPO's CIO Mike Wash's hometown paper talks with him about FDsys.
Need access to documents? He's your man
Federal Computer Week discusses GPO's role in open government and the Stimulus Bill.
White House issues guidance on stimulus bucks
Federal News Radio reports on GPO employees producing the official photograph of President Obama.
Pictures At An Exhibition
The Tribune in San Luis Obispo, CA reports how FDsys provides quick public access to federal documents.
Poly grads develop record system
The Buffalo News reports on how Trusted Traveler cards will help secure America's borders.
New high-tech cards will facilitate border crossings
New website makes life easier for Capitol Hill staffers.
The Hill newspaper discusses on FDsys will help those who work on Capitol Hill.
GPO Going Digital.
CIO Mike Wash talks to Federal News Radio about the first public launch of FDsys.
President and Vice President Photos to be printed.
The Washington Post reports how GPO will make available the official pictures of the President and Vice President to the public.
A change of face at federal offices.
The Press of Atlantic City reports on GPO's role in the printing of the official photo of the President and Vice President.
Title for link: Class project travels to Inauguration.
Public Printer Bob Tapella takes "Flat Stanley" to the Inauguration for a Missouri third grade class.