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TUESDAY, JUNE 26, 2001.
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE
MICHAEL F. DiMARIO, PUBLIC PRINTER
ROBERT T. MANSKER, DEPUTY PUBLIC PRINTER
FRANCIS J. BUCKLEY, JR., SUPERINTENDENT OF DOCUMENTS CHARLES C. COOK, SUPERINTENDENT, CONGRESSIONAL PRINTING MANAGEMENT DIVISION
WILLIAM M. GUY, BUDGET OFFICER
ANDREW M. SHERMAN, DIRECTOR, CONGRESSIONAL AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS
Mr. TAYLOR. We will now consider the Fiscal Year 2002 budget request for the Government Printing Office. There are three appropriation accounts involved, the Congressional Printing and Binding appropriation of $90.9 million, the Superintendent of Documents program, $29.6 million, and the Revolving Fund of $6 million for a total of $126.5 million.
Before proceeding, Mr. DiMario, would you like to introduce your staff?
Mr. DIMARIO. Thank you, Mr. Chairman. To my right is my Deputy, Bob Mansker. To my left is the Superintendent of Documents, Fran Buckley. Behind me is our Budget Officer, Bill Guy; and our Superintendent of Congressional Printing Management, Charles Cook; and our Director of Congressional and Public Affairs, Andrew Sherman.
I am prepared to go right to the questions, if that would save you time, unless you want a statement from me. I think you have summarized our requests. [The prepared statement of the Public Printer follows:]