Chuck Riddle, the Government Printing Office's chief information officer, said he's focused on innovation around five areas. The agency is piloting several new technologies, including mobile apps and a virtual desktop. May 3, 2012
Shortly after the Titanic sank 100 years ago, the Senate conducted an investigation into in the disaster. Transcripts of these hearings are available in libraries across the U.S.
GPO\'s Chief Technology Officer Ric Davis talks about launching the agency\'s first mobile app. Users will be able to access information about members of Congress on their mobile devices.
Michael Raponi is the new inspector general at the Government Printing Office.
A survey of 750 customers found 91 percent were satisfied overall with the services.
Stories Federal News Radio reporters are working on for June 16, 2011.
An inside look at how the Government Printing Office works on a daily basis, including an audio slideshow of GPO\'s printing plant.
Bill Bransford is a partner at the law firm, Shaw, Bransford & Roth. He joins the Federal Drive with information on the legal rights of employees who may feel targeted to accept buyouts.
The Government Printing Office wants to reduce staffing by 15 percent, and is offering buyouts as a way of getting there. Eventually. CHCO William Harris says the process won\'t be complete until the end of the year.
The Government Printing Office has put in a request to Congress to offer up to $25,000 in lump-sum buyouts and early outs to its 2,200 employees in anticipation of reduced appropriations next year.
The Government Printing Office named Richard Davis as its new chief technology officer.
The Government Printing Office has named Charles Riddle as the new chief information officer. Riddle brings a background in information technology and most recently worked at the Agriculture Department.
Now in its 150th year, the Government Printing Office has been on a digital tear for the last several years. We get an update from Mary Alice Baish, Superintendent of Documents at GPO.
Two Senators have proposed a bill reducing the number of printed copies of the Congressional Record in order to reduce the overall deficit.