Even as Tennessee citizens were still recovering from the tornado that tore through Nashville in March, the coronavirus pandemic hit. Through it all, the state’s Document Solutions operation has been printing documents critical to the health and safety of citizens. We talked with Tammy Golden to find out how her in-plant is handling this crisis.
Like many out there, I got a crash course in telecommuting over the past week and a half thanks to the coronavirus pandemic. The experience has had its ups and downs.
Last Thursday the country seemed to explode with anxiety as the realization set in that the coronavirus really could be a big deal. Here are some updates from in-plants about how the pandemic is impacting them.
Everyone was waiting for it, and now the industry's biggest domino has fallen. The drupa trade fair scheduled for June 16-26 will be postponed almost a year, to April 20-30, 2021.
I’m still healthy. But the coronavirus has hit me anyway. Events are being canceled, people are stressing about traveling, and with a busy spring of conferences ahead, what’s going to happen?
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The in-plant industry was saddened last week to learn that long-time University of Delaware in-plant manager Rodney Brown had passed away
Sooner than expected, the U.S. Senate held the nomination hearing for the future director of the Government Publishing Office yesterday in Washington, D.C. It was the public's first opportunity to see and hear Hugh Nathanial Halpern and learn his thoughts about GPO and his ideas for its future — and not all of his observation about GPO were positive.
For the past two years, the Government Publishing Office has been led by a series of acting directors. President Trump's previous nomination for the position was later withdrawn. This new nominee comes without the printing pedigree of most of his predecessors.