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Contrary to popular belief, print is not dead.
Although many people predicted that the physical printing of content would give way to the digitization and digital delivery of content, government agencies, and other organizations, still find themselves printing materials and distributing them via traditional mail. This is especially true for the federal government, which needs to make information available to every citizen, regardless of their ability to access digital content.
Unfortunately, all of this printing costs the federal government money. Whether being done in-house or sent out to professional printers, government agencies are spending a premium to have documents created.
February 19, 2013
Tagged document digitization, document management, federal budget, fiscal cliff, government operational efficiency, government printing, government printing managers, Government Printing Office, government spending, GPO, operations management, outsourced printing, records digitization, records management
Last month, Pitney Bowes Management Services (PBMS) sponsored the 2012 Digital Printing in Government and Higher Education Forum, organized by Interquest.
The Forum, which took place at the Government Printing Office (GPO) in Washington, D.C., focused on the latest trends in the publishing, print-on-demand, and transactional printing and explored ways public sector organizations can enhance their printing processes and supply chain to gain efficiencies.
This may seem like a bit of a niche topic to focus an entire forum around, but it’s increasingly important for government and education organizations today. In light of the ongoing economic downturn and the rapidly-approaching fiscal cliff, government agencies are facing budget cuts, hiring freezes and other initiatives designed to trim spending and take less money from government coffers.
December 18, 2012
Tagged Digital Printing in Government, Digital Printing in Government and Higher Education Forum, fiscal cliff, Government Printing Office, government real estate, government transparency, GPO, Interquest, mobile applications, mobile devices, sequestration, smartphones, tablet computers
The election is over. President Barack Obama has been elected for a second term and the politics pages of the newspaper are now filled with the next big story impacting our federal government – the impending fiscal cliff.
What is the fiscal cliff? It’s the term that political pundits have assigned to the combination of pending sequestration and the rapidly-approaching expiration of multiple tax cuts, including the payroll tax cut and the Bush tax cuts.
November 28, 2012
Tagged Barack Obama, digital delivery service, document management, federal budget cuts, fiscal cliff, mail digitization, mailroom operations, records digitization, records management, sequestration
Anyone who has recently graduated college, or has college-aged children, knows one undisputable fact about higher education – it’s really expensive.
It goes without saying that a college education is a necessary and valuable commodity for any young person preparing to enter the workforce. Especially today, when competition for the few jobs remains high and the economy remains sluggish. However, getting that college diploma has become an increasingly expensive pursuit, with tuition rising every year since 2007.