NAICS 323120: Vendors that win government contracts in this category are primarily engaged in performing prepress and postpress services in support of printing activities. Prepress services may include such things as platemaking, typesetting, tradebinding and sample mounting. Postpress services include such things as book or paper bronzing, die-cutting, edging, embossing, folding, gilding, gluing, and indexing.

Examples:

  • Almanac Binding Without Printing
  • Book Binding Shops
  • Book Binding Without Printing
  • Color Separation Services, For The Printing Trade
  • Dictionary Binding Without Printing
  • Electronic Prepress Services For The Printing Trade

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Library of Congress e-Publishing Program (Pilot Phase) Last updated 1 day ago / Government Publishing Office
Presolicitation
Due 4/25/18

The pilot phase is designed to assess the cost and level of effort required to convert 68 books into standard file formats necessary to support their dissemination as e-books on the Library website and as print-ready files that are acceptable to print-on-demand vendors (e.g. CreateSpace, Lightning S... read more

TO 1T-6A-ICL-1 TODPG Tab Cutting Last updated 1 day ago / Government Publishing Office
Solicitation
Past Due

One time Bid Procurement for Jacket 547-185 for the Defense Logistics Agency. Binding of Government Furnished printed material. Text is supplied for the full order of 2,850 books, with 260 pages per book. Trim size is 5 X 8" with 1/2" tabs at top/right. Prior to Production samples required. Operatio... read more

Senate and House Committee Prints, Reports, Documents and Last updated 4 days ago / Government Publishing Office
Presolicitation
Due 4/26/18

Single award contract for the period March 1, 2018 to April 30, 2019, for the Superintendent of Documents. Anticipate approximately 1 order per year will be retrieved on-line. Up to 15 orders may be placed per week with average of 10 orders per week. Approximately 1 to 25 publications per order. The... read more