Government Printing Office
- The Government Printing Office is established under the Printing of Laws Act (Chapter 333) and its primary functions are to provide a fail-free timely service to the government of the day, the Legislature, the Judicial and Executive Arms of Government, the Public Service, State Owned Agencies and the Private Sector with the vision to be a State Service Authority solely dedicated to providing premium quality printing and publishing services utilizing innovative technology to serve the Government as the cornerstone for democratic values and perseverance.
GPO as the agency responsible for all printing requirements of government ensures it provides a quality and fail free service at an affordable price. By ensuring that it has that competitive edge and a level playing field compared to its competitors, GPO has prioritised these key business objectives for implementation in line with its five (5) year Corporate Plan (2014-2018).
- To build and Maintain a Reputation for Printing and Delivering Quality Products and Services on a Timely Basis.
- To promote Prudent Financial Management.
- Management and Best Practices.
- Pursue and Maintain Innovative and Effective Sales and Marketing Strategies.
- Adopt Innovative Information & Communication Technology.
- To ensure Effective Management of Assets and Print Technology.
These key business objectives are strategically aligned to the core functions of Production/
Graphics/Pre-Press, Finance & Human Resources Management, Sales & Marketing, Publications and Information Technology within the Government Printing Office.
Former Chief Secretary, Sir Manasupe Zurenuoc meeting the GPO Staff.