A 2015 Digital Government Achievement award was presented to the U.S. Government Publishing Office (GPO) and the Federal Judiciary.
Business Management - Government/Governmental
CPO applauds Senators Collins, King, Congressman Poliquin for urging the SEC to extend the public comment period for Rule 30e-3.
The SEC is considering a new rule shifting the default delivery method for critical shareholder reports from paper to e-delivery.
The PRC has issued Order No. 2623 to address issues presented in the exigent rate case.
U.S. Senator Cory Booker—a Democrat from New Jersey—has introduced the Postal Innovation Act, which calls upon the United States Postal
At the fifth annual Print’s Voice Capitol Hill Fly-In, printing industry executives contacted 80 congressional offices.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit ruled that the (USPS) emergency rates should not become permanent.
Direct mailers and consumers aren't getting the best possible USPS service they can receive and the "outrageous" delays need to end, say members of the American Postal Workers Union. While not mentioning the word "strike," union members say tomorrow they will "rally in more than 85 cities in 36 states across the country."
The global paper recycling rate stands at about 58 percent. Some developed countries have achieved as high as 70 to 75 percent.
CPO supports the PA Public Utility Commission’s proposed rule prohibiting state utilities from charging for paper billing statements.