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Keeping the public informed. The US Government Printing Office’s core mission, Keeping America Informed, dates to 1813 to 2005. Congress determined the need to make information regarding the work of the three branches of government available to all Americans. This is the inherent function of government which GPO carries out for Federal agencies on behalf of the public. The GPO is the Federal government’s primary centralized resource for gathering, cataloging, producing, providing and preserving published information in all its forms.

 
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Report on the Follow-Up Audit of Gpo's Warehouse Space (Report No....

By: Robert G. Andary
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Report on Strengthening the Controls Over Gpo's Property Managemen...

By: Robert G. Andary
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Report on Improving the Controls Over Eeo Contract Investigations

By: Robert G. Andary

Excerpt: Reconnaissance Office- NRO)...

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Report on Improving the Controls Over Inventories in the Graphic S...

By: Robert G. Andary
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Report on the May 1998 Electronic Systems Development Division's I...

By: Robert G. Andary
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Report on the Two-Shift Operations of the Graphic Supplies Section

By: Robert G. Andary
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Report on the Billing Vouchers Submitted for Program 3402-S (Blue ...

By: Robert G. Andary

Excerpt: Attached is the report of an Office of Inspector General (OIG) audit on the billings and payments made for Program 3402-S (Blue Angels' Promotional Materials) from August 27, 1998, through July 31, 1999. The contract was terminated for the convenience of the Government, effective April 2, 1999. The objective of the audit was to determine whether all billings and payments were proper and in accordance with the Government Printing Office's (GPO) criteria and wheth...

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Report on Improving the Controls Over the Processing of Customer R...

By: Robert G. Andary

Excerpt: The Office of lnspector General conducted a performance audit to evaluate the adequacy, efficiency, and effectiveness of the internal controls over the requisition process, and the timeliness and accuracy of the decisions to forward requisitions to the Production Department and the Printing Procurement Department. The audit included tests of requisitions received during the months of June and August 1998. The audit identified opportunities to improve controls ov...

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Specification for Adhesive, Hot- Melt Property No. 024481

Excerpt: General Requirements: The adhesive shall be 100% solid ethylene vinyl acetate based product suitable for use on the Harris UB-4 adhesive binder. It shall be free of objectionable odor over the normal application temperature range. The adhesive should be formulated for high speed bookbinding operations with tin-line trimming (up to 15,000 books per hour), and exhibit good adhesion on both coated and uncoated stocks for books up to 64 mm (2-1/2) thick.

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General-Nstm Publications Index and User Guide

By: Pamela M, Editor Son

Purpose: 556-1.1. The purpose of the Naval Ships’ Technical Manual (NSTM), is to provide technical information to personnel engaged in the supervision, operation, or maintenance of ships of the United States Navy. The various chapters and volumes of the NSTM contain detailed administrative and technical instructions that amplify U.S. Navy Regulations and other authoritative documents. These instructions are designed to assist afloat personnel in the satisfactory manageme...

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General Requirement

Excerpt: The adhesive is to be a 100% non-volatile viscous adhesive activated to begin drying by exposure to UV light in the 300 to 350 nm range. It is applied under pressure through a small opening onto the surface of sewed cotton thread binding together the pages of a small book. As the book leaves the applicator it is immediately exposed to UV light to polymerize and harden the adhesive before the book is closed or comes in contact with another surface.

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Specifications for Adhesive, Hot-Melt

Excerpt: The adhesive shall be 100% solid ethylene vinyl acetate based product, suitable for use on the Harris UB-422-Model 81-291 and Sheridan XB adhesive binders. It shall be free of objectionable odor over the normal application temperature range. The adhesive should be formulated for high speed book binding operations with in-line trimming (up to 15,000 books per hour), and exhibit good adhesion on both coated and uncoated stocks for books up to 64 mm (2-1/2)...

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Heat-Set Web Offset Machine-Finish Book

Excerpt: Use information: This paragraph is informational only and is not exclusively definitive of the end use. For simultaneous face and back, blanket to blanket, web offset printing of books, pamphlets, catalogs, periodicals, etc. Low bulk. Printed matter may include text, illustrations, and halftones up to 150-line screen. Slitting, pasting, and/or cross perforating are including in press capabilities...

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Hot Melt Adhesive for Smyth Backer Liner Property No. 261246

Excerpt: To be hot melt adhesive (100% solids) suitable for use on a Smyth Rounder-Backer-Liner. It shall be free of objectionable odors over the application temperature range. Specific Characteristics Application temperature range...325OF to 375OF (163OC-177OC) // Viscosity, Brookfield 350OF (177OC)...1400-200 cps // Set Time... to 4 seconds // Typical Operating Speed...800 to 1200 books per hour // Packaging Requirements // The hot melt adhesive shall be packaged as p...

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Machine-Finish Book End

Excerpt: Use information: This paragraph is informational only and is not exclusively definitive of the end use. For end leaves of bound books, some of which may be printed by the offset process. Printed matter may include line illustrations and halftones up to 150-lines screen. Unless the option below is specified, the following ‘basic’ specification applies.

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Adhesive for Coated Woven Bookbinding Material

Excerpt: Shall be a white, water emulsion, polyvinyl acetate adhesive suitably plasticized to insure a flexible film when dry. Must be suitable for adhering 50% rag/50% bleached chemical wood paper to latex saturated paper bookbinding material coated with pyroxylin or other non-migratory resins. Must not contain any volatile solvents or have any obnoxious odor...

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Heat-Set Web Offset Book

Excerpt: Use information: This paragraph is informational only and is not exclusively definitive of the end use. For simultaneous face and back, web offset printing of books, pamphlets, catalogs, folders, circulars, etc., the 75 g/m2 or heavier papers, may be used for solid reverses or heavy halftones. Printed matter may include text, line illustrations and halftones up to 150-line screen. Slitting and pasting and/or cross perforating are included in press capabilities.

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Offset Book

Excerpt: This paragraph is informational only and is not exclusively definitive of the end use. For face and back multicolor offset printing of books, pamphlets, catalogs, folders, circulars, etc. The 75, 90, and 105 g/m2 papers may be used for solid reverses or heavy halftones. The 120 g/m2 paper is for use in printing posters and similar work and not for books, pamphlets, and the like. Printed matter may include text, line illustrations, and halftones up to 150-line sc...

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Aluminum, Roll Leaf/Foil Specifications

Excerpt: Quality: The rolls shall be Mylar backed, sized, of good quality, suitable for use on inked panels, book cloth, buckram and other bookbinding fabrics; prepared for use on automatic feet attachment for a stamping press; must have good release, low reflectance and clearness of detail when stamped. Sample Requirement: Two samples of bookbinding material, size 6 inches x 6 inches (150 max 150 mm) will be sent to each supplier on which to test their material. These t...

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In the Supreme Court of the United States

Excerpt: The above-entitled matter came on for oral argument before the Supreme Court of the United States at 11:27 a.m. Appearances: // James W. Ellis, ESQ., Albuquerque, New Mexico; on behalf of the Petitioner. // Pamela A. Rumpz, ESQ., Assistant Attorney General, // Richmond, Virginia; on behalf of the Respondent.

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