President Donald J. Trump again sent the nomination of Robert C. Tapella to be the director of the U.S. Government Publishing Office (GPO) to the U.S. Senate, which recently convened as part of the 116th Congress.
Offering secure printing options adds another layer of value to your in-plant’s array of services, giving your organization one more reason to continue printing in-house, rather than look for a reason to outsource.
On the opening night of the 2018 SGIA Expo, attendees gathered at TAO Nightclub in Las Vegas to celebrate the launch of PRINTING United. Here's a glimpse of the action.
Retaining good employees is a never-ending challenge for all businesses. At the SGIA Expo in Las Vegas, one session offered 10 essential, achievable tips for keeping employees engaged.
For those who still haven't registered for the 2018 SGIA Expo, the deadline was Sept. 19 to take advantage of the early-bird discounts.
Dozens of in-plant managers from across the country met in Harrisburg, Pa., this week for a two-day Government Symposium. They discussed production inkjet, best practices for mailing operations and ways to improve team engagement. They also got to tour the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania's print and mail operation.
Bruce Myers, an associate professor at Rochester Institute of Technology, has been named director of RIT's School of Media Sciences. Myers will continue both administrative and academic responsibilities in the program focused on trends, management practices and technologies in the evolving print media industry.
The Epson Technology Center will provide a comprehensive, hands-on experience for customers with the full Epson wide-format printing portfolio, including dye-sublimation, signage, photography and direct-to-garment printing solutions.