GPO searches for sale program ideas

The Government Printing Office is looking for ideas from private-sector vendors for services for its sales program operations, GPO officials said.

"Our goal is to increase public awareness of government publications by making them available in a commercial mainstream setting, expand distribution channels and use the latest technology while achieving significant cost reductions," said Bruce James, the public printer.

GPO wants suggestions from vendors regarding a new model for the publications sales operations on a revenue-sharing basis. In 2004, GPO's sales program had gross revenue of about $25 million.

Information is available at www.gpo.gov/salesprogramrfi.

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