GPO names new general counsel

The Government Printing Office tapped Greg Brower, the agency's inspector general, to become its new general counsel.

Brower will replace GPO's longest-serving general counsel, Anthony Zagami, and start in his new role Oct. 1.

'I look forward to representing GPO as the agency continues its transformation to a digital information platform,' Brower said.

Deputy inspector general Tony Ogden will be promoted to acting IG when Brower's promotion is effective, outgoing public printer Bruce James said.

GPO is the primary agency for cataloging, producing and preserving government information. It recently awarded Harris Corp. of Melbourne, Fla., a $29 million contract to develop the Future Digital System, which the agency hopes will transform the way GPO collects, authenticates, stores and shares federal documents.


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