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.
A growing interest in floor and window graphics spurred the Amherst College Campus Print and Mail Center to update its wide-format capabilities.
Though many in-plants have shut down their offset presses to concentrate on printing smaller runs on digital devices, the University of Nebraska has gone in the opposite direction.
The topic at the third of IPI’s successful in-plant forums at PRINTING United veered away from the hardware that dominated the Dallas show and instead focused on the less tangible topic of software — in particular, how workflow automation software can enable “fantastic growth.”
The U.S. Government Publishing Office has digitized Hearings dating back to 1958 and made them available on its website. This is one of a series of recent projects in which GPO has worked to expand free public access to Congressional information in digital formats.
The In-plant Printing and Mailing Association announced another keynote speaker for its 2020 Perfect Vision educational conference, taking place June 7-11, at the Hyatt Regency Coconut Point in Bonita Springs, Fla.