Jim Bradley Appointed Printing Office Deputy Director

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JimBradleyJim Bradley, formerly assistant public printer for operations at the Government Printing Office for two years, has been appointed to serve as the agency’s deputy director.

The 17-year agency veteran will oversee marketing operations and lead the agency’s units responsible for producing information products and services such as the Congressional Record, Federal Register, U.S. passports and several secure federal credentials, GPO said Tuesday.

Public Printer Davita Vance-Cooks said Bradley will work to lead the agency through its transition to digital technology and help to carry out changes according to recommendations by the National Academy of Public Administration.

Prior to his current role, Bradley led the GPO’s official journals of government business unit and led both digital and print production of the daily Congressional Record, Senate and House bills, reports, hearings, documents and other congressional information products.

He was also responsible for the daily Federal Register, the Code of Federal Regulations, the Public Papers of the President and related documents.

Between 1998 to 2008, Bradley led GPO’s customer services operation and oversaw production of federal agency documents through contracts with private sector printers nationwide.

Bradley served on the Joint Committee on Printing for 14 years before joining GPO and served as the Energy Department‘s printing officer for the three years prior.

Before joining DOE, Bradley worked at the Internal Revenue Service for nine years.

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