Riddle becomes GPO CIO

Charles Riddle is the new CIO at the Government Printing Office, according to a report on Federal News Radio.

Is printed legislation soon to be extinct?

The House has passed a bill that would keep the Government Printing Office from churning out hundreds of printed copies of each piece of legislation.

GPO head Tapella resigns

Bob Tapella, who had been public printer since 2007, will be replaced on an interim basis by the Deputy Public Printer Paul Erickson

GPO's bookstore

The Government Printing Office's Bookstore recently did a makeover designed to attract book lovers of all stripes. Here are some of the offerings that might appeal to science and technology aficionados.

GPO names acting management chief

Herb Jackson has been named the Government Printing Office's acting chief management officer. He replaces Janet Sansone, who is retiring.

Dead government Web sites haunt the CyberCemetery

Defunct government Web sites can be found at the CyberCemetery, a project of the University of North Texas and the Government Printing Office.

New-look Federal Register online debuts

The government today released a new online prototype for its daily diary of agency and news that's designed to be more usable, understandable and accessible.

Next GPO head must guide agency to the digital future

William Boarman, nominated to be the next public printer, would face the challenge of maintaining traditional printing skills with an aging workforce while adapting the 150-year-old Government Printing Office to an increasingly digital world.

Obama names his pick for U.S. public printer

The public printer leads the Government Printing Office, which has moved to its Federal Digital System to send out information.

Federal Register goes XML -- at last

Readers can now browse, reorganize, and electronically customize the Federal Register's contents.

Stop-gap funding measure allows more time for appropriations negotiations

The legislation has $4.65 billion for the operations of Congress, GAO, the Congressional Budget Office and other federal organizations.

GPO's new content system advances

The Government Printing Office's new content repository system has more than 150,000 documents and will soon replace GPO's current system.

Federal Register puts presidential documents online daily

The Office of the Federal Register has launched a new online publication that will make presidential documents available each day through the Government Printing Office's new Federal Digital System.