Public Printer Gets Favorable Committee Vote, Testifies at Hearings
In addition to the congressional survey, Boarman spoke at both hearings about other new initiatives GPO is undertaking, including GPO’s willingness to make additional space available in its buildings for other Government organizations, consolidating GPO’s police force with the U.S. Capitol Police, and ways to reduce GPO’s rate of EEO complaints.
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