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Relyco Digital and Laser Substrates Receive Quality Approval from U.S. Government Printing Office (GPO)

Relyco, a leading provider of value-added business printing and payment solutions, today announced it has earned the Quality Level III rating for Specialty Printing from the U.S. Government Printing Office (GPO). The Relyco digital and laser printing products receiving the GPO rating include DigiPOP customized 3D digital packaging, REIMAGE carbonless forms, REVLAR waterproof paper, ULTRASEAL self-mailer pressure seal forms, laser checks, and ENDURA LABEL pressure sensitive labels.

“Achieving this rating from GPO is very important for Relyco as we continue to grow our business with the Federal Government,” said Bruce Steinberg, vice president of sales at Relyco. “Our GPO rating is great validation of our products’ quality and now gives us greater exposure that will enable us to be a part of more agency and department bids for digital and laser printing jobs.”

The purpose of the GPO evaluation is to determine a contractor’s ability to consistently produce orders at the required quality level without undue assistance on the part of the government. These ratings will be used by the GPO’s automated bid list system in determining what vendors solicitations will be issued to and by GPO contracting officers as an aid in making responsibility determinations on individual contracts.

Relyco offers its complete line of quality business printing and payment solutions under GSA contract GS-02F-0158N. The company just added its new DigiPOP custom digital packaging products to the GSA contract. With more than 120 patented templates, DigiPOP print and fold substrates are ideal for direct mail, presentations, special events, fundraising, and more.

Relyco has hundreds of Federal Government customers including:

Department of Justice
U.S. Navy
U.S. Army
U.S. Air Force
Federal Bureau of Investigation
Department of Defense
Department of Homeland Security
Internal Revenue Service
Department of Interior
Drug Enforcement Agency
U.S. Bankruptcy Court
NASA

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