General Counsel

As General Counsel for the U.S. Government Publishing Office (GPO), Kerry Miller is the chief legal officer for the agency. In that capacity, he provides legal opinions and advice to GPO’s Director, and represents GPO in all legal matters involving Government and non-Government organizations. In addition, the Office of the General Counsel represents GPO before all Federal administrative forums, including the Merit Systems Protection Board, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and the Government Accountability Office.


Miller began his career at GPO in 1980, holding various positions until leaving the agency in 2006 to become Assistant Chief Counsel for the Federal Transit Administration. During his time at GPO, Miller primarily served as GPO’s senior procurement law attorney. He also served as a Board of Contract Appeals judge and was the GPO’s first Chief Acquisition Officer. He returned to GPO in 2012 as Deputy General Counsel. Miller served as Acting General Counsel from 2017-2020.

Miller earned his law degree from Catholic University and his undergraduate degree from George Mason University.