GPO names new sales unit director

The Government Printing Office has appointed William Kurtz as director of its Publications and Information Sales unit. Kurtz will lead the team responsible for the sale of a range of federal print and electronic information products, such as the 9-11 Commission Report, to the public. He is also responsible for GPO’s Agency Distribution Services program, which delivers more than 25 million information products to individual customers on behalf of partner agencies.


Kurtz recently was chief of staff to Sen. James Jeffords (I-Vt.). He has more than 25 years’ experience in senior executive positions in a wide range of businesses focusing on sales and marketing. He was a founding executive and general manager of Alamo Rent A Car.

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