Federal employees:
Join GPO on May 9 for a free webinar discussion of our comprehensive electronic content management services powered by FDsys!
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Federal agencies can easily gain access to a robust shared platform for information delivery without making any investments in additional infrastructure or staff.  The U.S. Government Printing Office is now offering access to its Federal Digital System (FDsys) as a one-stop site to authenticate, publish, and preserve information for all three branches of the Federal Government.

GPO's Enhanced Electronic Content Services encompass these key elements:

 *   Searchable public website utilizing extensive metadata and modern search technology with over 122,000 unique visitors per week
 *   Sophisticated mechanisms to ensure content integrity and authenticity
 *   Long-term preservation including a COOP disaster recovery site with near-real-time data synchronization
 *   Customizable collections to support a wide range of submission and display options
To learn more about how GPO can take your agency's current and historical documents, audio, or video files and add them to FDsys, register for this free webinar.

Dates:                   May 9
Time:                    2:00 p.m. Eastern time
Duration:             15 minutes plus Q&A
Price:                    Free

May 9th, 2013 - Register Here<>

We hope you will join us to learn more about the capabilities and benefits available through GPO's Enhanced Electronic Content Services.

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You can also contact GPO at [log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]> or (202) 512-1904.

Christine McMahon  |  Program Planner  |  Programs, Strategy and Technology
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