Two additional positions available:

The U. S. Government Printing Office, Office of Information
Dissemination/Superintendent of Documents has two managerial opportunities
for interested candidates.  This office is responsible for keeping the
public informed about the activities of its Government by providing free or
low-cost access to information published by the U.S. Congress, Federal
agencies and the Federal courts.

Applications are due by July 9, 2004 for the following 2 positions:

*Director, Collection Development and Technical Services
<> : the Director plans,
designs, oversees implementation and evaluates all GPO collection management
activities and programs, working closely with agency managers and
supervisors in the operational areas. Applicant must show demonstrated
ability to plan, mange, direct, administer, and control an organization's
programs for acquisition, bibliographic control, preservation, and storage
and distribution of both tangible and electronic information

*Director, Preservation
<> : the Director plans,
designs, and implements GPO's permanent collection and collection
preservation policies. The applicant must possess a post-masters degree
certificate in preservation administration or completion of an equivalent
post-masters degree graduate program.

To view complete job announcements for these vacancies, and for additional
information, please visit the GPO website at
<> .

This is an exciting time to be a part of the U.S. Government Printing
Office. Come help us plan and shape the future in the Office of Information
Dissemination (SuDocs).

Please feel free to post this announcement on other appropriate lists and
encourage qualified candidates to apply.

Judith C. Russell ([log in to unmask])

Superintendent of Documents and Managing Director, Information Dissemination
U.S. Government Printing Office

Phone: 202-512-0571

Fax: 202-512-1434

Michele Worthington


Information Dissemination (Superintendent of Documents)

U.S. Government Printing Office

732 N. Capitol St. NW

Washington DC  20401


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