What's New

Contractor Connection/Quick Quote Redesign (October 2015)
GPO is pleased to announce the launch of its redesigned Contractor Connect / Quick Quote beta website. This upgraded site will enhance the application’s internet browser compatibility. The current site and beta site will operate in parallel while we continue to gather your feedback. Quotes submitted via either site will be honored..

•The beta site is available at https://contractorconnection.gpo.gov

•The current site is temporarily available at https://securessl.access.gpo.gov/cc/

We encourage vendors to use the beta site and to report any functionality issues that you identify with the beta site to ppdsmla@gpo.gov with the word “Beta” in the subject line. Please provide the browser version and as much detail as possible about the issue you have identified.

The same information is available on the current and beta sites. Quotations can be submitted on either the beta site or current site. Should you encounter any issues with the beta site, please use the current site at https://securessl.access.gpo.gov/cc/

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GPO Form 712 - Certificate of Conformance (July 2015)
The Government Publishing Office will no longer provide GPO Form 712 Certificate of Conformance in the three part carbon paper format to contractors using a Postage and Fees Paid mailing label or indicia.  GPO Contract Terms (Publication 310.2), Supplemental Specification #11, is changed to require contractors to access a digital copy of the form which is revised and available with instructions at http://www.gpo.gov/vendors/sfas.htm..

Contract Pricing and Specification Archive Update (May 2015)
Effective May 1, 2015, the contract printing abstract and specifications for Term Contract will be posted to the GPO.gov website after award as an archive for the term of the contract. A list of active Term Contracts/Abstracts can be found at http://www.gpo.gov/gpo/bidopps/bidopps.action?region=Nodisplay.

GPO is Now the Government Publishing Office (December 2014)
The name of the Government Printing Office has been changed to the Government Publishing Office. Publishing reflects the increasingly prominent role that GPO plays in providing access to Government information in digital formats through the agency's Federal Digital System, apps, eBooks, and related technologies. More information can be found at http://www.gpo.gov/newsroom-media/presspage/14presspage27.