Guide to federal publishing: what every federal publisher should know about the publishing process
2d edition. Prepared in cooperation with the Interagency Council on Printing and Publications Services; GPO; the Federal Publishers Committee; the National Commission on Libraries and Information Science, the Consumer Information Center; National Technical Information Service, and the Federal Webmasters Group. Explains the publishing process for the Federal publisher. Includes information on electronic publishing, the internet, and legislative and regulatory changes. Provides legal, policy, managerial, and technical information on publishing
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