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The GPO has awarded a new contract for its GPOExpress program, which provides federal agencies with discounted services to meet their small and short turnaround printing and binding needs, to FedEx Office, which has been the provider since 2005.

“By enrolling in the program, federal agency employees receive a GPOExpress card that allows them to take advantage of pre-negotiated prices that are substantially below FedEx Office retail rates,” an announcement said.


The program uses the FedEx Office network of more than 2,100 locations to provide printing, binding, and finishing; banner and sign production; and direct mail services. “The new contract provides cardholders with improved online print ordering and document management tools including a no-cost online catalog where documents can be accessed and printed on demand by authorized users,” the GPO said.

GPOExpress  has more than 3,000 federal employees enrolled and the program has fulfilled more than 250,000 orders since 2005, it said.

Further information on the program is at https://www.gpo.gov/how-to-work-with-us/agency/services-for-agencies/gpoexpress.

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