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Los Angeles-based National Veterans Foundation raised more than $22 million in donations over the past three years to help veterans, yet spent approximately $18.2 million paying its direct mail fund-raisers, according to IRS 990 forms. For nearly a year, the charity has been trying—without success—to get out of its contract with Brickmill Marketing and its parent company, Quadriga Art, according to NVF's Rich Rudnick.

Quadriga Art is the same fund-raiser hired by the Washington, D.C.-based Disabled Veterans National Foundation, which collected nearly $56 million in donations over the past three years, yet paid Quadriga Art more than $60 million in fees

The U.S. Government Printing Office (GPO) released a Request for Information (RFI) seeking opinions on advanced print technology used to produce Congressional and Federal agency publications.

Océ, an international leader in digital document management and delivery, announced that it is one of the sponsors of the third Individuated News Conference (INC3) as part of the company's continued support of the evolving newspaper publishing model. Océ is the market leader in short-run digital newspaper printing, with 98 percent of the world's contracted newspapers running on Océ presses. The global conference runs June 24-26, 2009 and will be hosted at The Washington Times facility in Washington, D.C. Other INC3 sponsors include Newspapers & Technology magazine and Accrisoft Software.

Presstek, Inc. today announced that it has filed a lawsuit in United States District Court in New Hampshire against a distributor of printing plates manufactured by Israeli company VIM Technologies, Ltd. The Complaint alleges that Prograf Digital Services, Inc. and its President Joseph Musgrave violated Presstek’s rights by selling VIM printing plates, which Presstek alleges infringe Presstek’s U.S. Patent Nos. 5,339,737 and 5,487,338. Presstek also claims that Prograf and Musgrave have violated Presstek’s federally registered DI Trademark, which Presstek has held since 1992.

NORCROSS, GA—August 30, 2007—Unisource Worldwide, Inc., one of the leading distributors of paper, packaging and facility supplies in North America, has joined The Print Council, a Washington, D.C.-based national business development organization dedicated to promoting greater use of printing and print media. The Print Council Executive Director Ben Cooper welcomed Unisource as a new member of the council, which serves the industry by working to develop, maintain and expand the market for printed materials through education, awareness, market development, advocacy and research. “We fully support The Print Council’s mission and look forward to working with other members to promote the industry,” said Ed Farley, Unisource Vice

WASHINGTON, DC—October 3, 2006—The Printing Industries of America (PIA) today reacted to the valiant, yet ultimately unsuccessful, effort of the Senate and House champions of comprehensive postal reform to pass legislation in the waning hours before Congressional adjournment on Saturday. The Coalition for a Twenty-First Century Postal Service, co-founded by PIA, worked into the final hours of the Congressional session to iron out differences between Senate and House bills (S. 1955; H.R. 22) of legislation that would provide the first major overhaul of the United States Postal Service in thirty years. Key provisions in the Senate- and House-passed postal bills address problems in payments for

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