Summary: H.Res.24 — 104th Congress (1995-1996)All Information (Except Text)

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Introduced in House (01/04/1995)

Directs the appropriate committees of the House of Representatives to report legislation to: (1) transfer executive branch printing from the Government Printing Office (GPO) to the General Services Administration; (2) transfer the functions now carried out by the Superintendent of Documents to the Librarian of Congress, who shall be responsible for the dissemination of all Government information, with the on-line networks of the Library of Congress to be used for Government information not requiring a printed format; (3) abolish the Joint Committee on Printing and the Joint Committee on the Library; (4) reduce the in-house printing capacity of GPO to the minimum level necessary; (5) procure other congressional printing whenever possible from the private sector through a competitive bid process, with the procurement to be administered by the Public Printer; (6) reduce the work force at GPO to 800 positions, gradually, by the end of the second fiscal year after the fiscal year in which this resolution is agreed to; and (7) submit to the Congress an annual report by the Public Printer on the standards applicable to, and the efficiency of, GPO and triennial General Accounting Office audits of GPO functions.