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CBO: Bill to Discontinue Printed Federal Register Notices Would Save GPO $1M Annually

The Congressional Budget Office has said a House bill that would bar the Government Publishing Office from producing free printed Federal Register copies could save GPO as much as $1 million per year. According to a CBO report published Wednesday, the House’s Federal Register Printing Savings Act would not impact direct spending or on-budget deficits in any of four consecutive …

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GPO Builds New Online Repository for US Gov’t Publications

The Government Publishing Office has unveiled a beta website that offers a wide range of federal government reports and other documents for public access, Fedscoop reported Wednesday. Grayson Ullman writes govinfo.gov will replace the agency’s online Federal Digital System portal by 2017 and contains more than 1.5 million electronic government publications such as …

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GPO Seeks Name Change For Digital Age

The Government Printing Office is advocating for a change in the agency’s name to reflect its work in creating and distributing digital products and platforms, Federal News Radio reported Thursday. GPO wants to be rebranded as the Government Publishing Office and seeks to reflect a global shift away from paper …

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