Government Printing Office
To keep Americans informed as the official, digital and secure source for producing, protecting, preserving and distributing the official publications and information products of the federal government.
- Maintain an open and transparent government to increase the number of documents disseminated digitally and in print
- Provide exceptional service, delivery, and customer satisfaction
- Connect security printing with secure electronics to design, print, personalize, and deliver trusted Government credentials, including the U.S. Passport
GPO is divided into twenty-seven organizational units. A sample of their offices is listed below, but review the organizational chart to learn more about all of the GPO offices.
Office of Congressional Relations
Office of the Inspector General
Office of Journals of Government
Office of Security and Intelligent Documents
Office of Plant Operations
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The Best Places to Work rankings measure employee satisfaction and commitment and draws on responses from nearly 376,000 federal employees across 371 federal agencies and subcomponents. In the 2013 edition, GPO ranked 10th out of 23 mid-size agencies.Learn more