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What does USGPO stand for?

USGPO stands for United States Government Printing Office

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For inquiries and change of address for individual paid subscriptions, fax your mailing label and new address to the following address: United States Government Printing Office Superintendent of Documents ATTN: Chief, Mail List Branch Mail Stop: SSOM Washington, D.
NOTES Annual Report of the Director of the Coast and Geodetic Survey to the Secretary of Commerce for the Fiscal Year Ended June 20, 1932 and for the Fiscal year Ended June (Washington, DC: United States Government Printing Office, 1932), and Annual Report of the Secretary of Commerce, 1933 (Washington, DC: United States Government Printing Office, 1932); Robert ].
Grobba's reports of 17 July and 9 November 1937, Documents on German Foreign Policy: 1918-1945, Washington, United States Government Printing Office, (hereafter, DGFP), Series D, vol.
AMSTERDAM, Netherlands -- Subsequent to the decision by the United States Government Printing Office (GPO) to issue additional awards to the 4 next highest-rated bidders from its initial evaluation process for a contract to provide technology for the US electronic passport, Olivier Piou, CEO of Axalto, made the following comments: "Axalto supports the Government Printing Office's decision as it represents the best way to ensure that US citizens will benefit without delay from the increase in security that the electronic passport will provide.
For inquiries and change of address for individual paid subscriptions, fax your mailing label and new address to the following address: United States Government Printing Office Superintendent of Documents ATTN: Chief, Mail List Branch Mail Stop: SSOM Washington, D.
The agreement marks the third announcement in as many weeks of wins by Open Text where the firm's pre-eminent textual search and retrieval technology has been chosen for use in database indexing and search solutions, including ones to be offered by Medical Economics of Montvale, New Jersey and the United States Government Printing Office in Washington, DC.