The Government Printing Office

  title={The Government Printing Office},
  author={Robert Kling and James L. Harrison},
• The official journals of government are produced at their 1.5 million square foot plant, the largest industrial facility in the District. There are significant issues of outdated plant and equipment, failure to meet performance metrics, environmental concerns, safety and security issues, and a significant reduction in staffing over the last decade with only relatively minor workforce development efforts. 

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