GPO, FedEx Office renew agreement to save on printing costs

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The U.S. Government Printing Office and FedEx Office, an operating company of FedEx Corp., have renewed their public-private agreement that will provide federal agencies discounted printing and business services through the GPOExpress program. Through a competitive bidding process, GPO awarded FedEx Office a five-year renewal of its contract for this program. Federal agencies who use their GPOExpress card will receive prenegotiated prices that are lower than previous years on most services and are up to 80 percent below retail rates.

The GPOExpress card was introduced in 2005 and utilizes the FedEx Office network of more than 1,800 locations nationwide to provide federal government customers a convenient low-cost “quick-print” solution that mirrors the ease and convenience that private-sector companies enjoy. Under the renewed contract, FedEx Office will continue to provide federal agencies with a wide range of professional services, including printing, binding and finishing, banner and sign production, direct mail services and digital content management through the FedEx Office DocStore system.