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The U.S. Government Publishing Office (GPO) was created by an Act of Congress on June 23, 1860 and opened its doors nine months later on March 4, 1861. With 1,700 employees, GPO is the Federal Government's official, digital, secure resource for producing, procuring, cataloging, indexing, authenticating, disseminating, and preserving the official information products of the U.S. Government. The GPO is responsible f...


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Patty Collins
Deputy Director
Laurie Hall
Superintendent of Documents, Managing Director of Library Services & Content Management
Sam Musa
Chief Information Officer
Timothy J. Matthews
Chief Acquisition Officer
Gary Somerset
Chief Public Relations Officer
Lamont Vernon
Chief Security Officer
Lorna E. Baptiste-Jones
Chief Acquisition Officer
Kerry L. Miller
General Counsel
John Crawford
Managing Director, Plant Operations
Dan Mielke
Chief Human Capital Officer
Gregory Estep
Acting Managing Director, Official Journals of Government and Deputy Managing Director, Plant Operations
Michael P. Leary
Inspector General
Steve LeBlanc
Managing Director, Security & Intelligent Documents
Melissa Hatfield
Associate General Counsel (Labor Relations)
James McCarthy
Congressional Relations Specialist
Sandra K. Macafee
Managing Director, Customer Services
S. Denise Hendricks
Managing Director Office of Diversity, Inclusion, & Equal Opportunity

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