Ordering the DOD Acquisition Deskbook

Story Body:You provided a valuable service in the Aug. 12 issue of Federal Computer Week by mentioning the availability of the Defense Department's new Defense Acquisition Deskbook on CD-ROM ("Defense puts out CD-ROM deskbook," by John Stein Monroe).For the benefit of readers interested in obtaining the Deskbook on CD-ROM, the acquisition guide can be purchased as a subscription service from the Government Printing Office's superintendent of documents for $35 for four quarterly updated disks.We offer the following convenient ordering options. All orders should specify ID Code (Desk); the product title, Defense Acquisition Deskbook on CD-ROM; and include payment.* To order by mail, customers should write to: Superintendent of Documents, P.O. Box 371954, Pittsburgh, Pa. 15250-7954. Payment may be made by check payable to Superintendent of Documents or charged to a Visa, MasterCard or GPO deposit account.* To order by phone, customers may call (202) 512-1800 weekdays between 7:30 a.m. and 4 p.m. Eastern time. To order by fax, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, customers may dial (202) 512-2250.For phone and fax orders, payment may be made by Visa, MasterCard or GPO deposit account.* Another purchasing option is through one of the 24 U.S. government bookstores located around the country. There are three bookstores within the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area.Those bookstores are located at 710 N. Capitol St. N.W. and at 1510 H St. N.E. in Washington, D.C., and within our warehouse at 8660 Cherry Lane, Laurel, Md.Please phone Kathryn McConnell at (202) 512-1710 or Michael Bright at (202) 512-0108 if you have questions about purchasing this CD-ROM.Wayne P. KelleySuperintendent of DocumentsGovernment Printing OfficeYou provided a valuable service in the Aug. 12 issue of Federal Computer Week by mentioning the availability of the Defense Department's new Defense Acquisition Deskbook on CD-ROM ("Defense puts out CD-ROM deskbook " by John Stein Monroe).

For the benefit of readers interested in obtaining the Deskbook on CD-ROM the acquisition guide can be purchased as a subscription service from the Government Printing Office's superintendent of documents for $35 for four quarterly updated disks.

We offer the following convenient ordering options. All orders should specify ID Code (Desk) the product title Defense Acquisition Deskbook on CD-ROM and include payment.

* To order by mail customers should write to: Superintendent of Documents P.O. Box 371954 Pittsburgh Pa. 15250-7954. Payment may be made by check payable to Superintendent of Documents or charged to a Visa MasterCard or GPO deposit account.

* To order by phone customers may call (202) 512-1800 weekdays between 7:30 a.m. and 4 p.m. Eastern time. To order by fax 24 hours a day seven days a week customers may dial (202) 512-2250.

For phone and fax orders payment may be made by Visa MasterCard or GPO deposit account.

* Another purchasing option is through one of the 24 U.S. government bookstores located around the country. There are three bookstores within the Washington D.C. metropolitan area.

Those bookstores are located at 710 N. Capitol St. N.W. and at 1510 H St. N.E. in Washington D.C. and within our warehouse at 8660 Cherry Lane Laurel Md.

Please phone Kathryn McConnell at (202) 512-1710 or Michael Bright at (202) 512-0108 if you have questions about purchasing this CD-ROM.Wayne P. KelleySuperintendent of DocumentsGovernment Printing Office

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