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Robert C. Tapella Becomes Public Printer

tapella ppThe U.S. Senate confirmed and President George W. Bush signed the commission to make Robert C. Tapella the nation’s Public Printer.

“It is a deep honor to become the 25th Public Printer of the United States and lead the talented men and women of GPO as we continue to fulfill our mission to keep America informed,” said Public Printer Robert C. Tapella.

Tapella has been involved in GPO’s transformation into a profitable 21st Century digital operation during the last five years, first as Deputy Chief of Staff and then as Chief of Staff.

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GPO on the Go BOX

The staff at the U.S. Government Publishing Office (GPO) has been on the go, visiting Federal depository libraries around the country.

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GPO launched www.govinfo.gov, ushering in a new, dynamic way for the public to discover and access Government information. View the video for more information.

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