The sale and distribution of the federal credit union regulatory agency’s publications are being transferred to the federal Government Publishing Office (GPO), the agency announced Wednesday.
“Transferring the sale and distribution of NCUA [National Credit Union Administration] publications to the GPO will leverage the government’s publication, product fulfillment, and distribution services, while saving the agency printing and shipping costs,” the agency said in a release.
While no more publications orders will be accepted at the agency’s Alexandria, Va., facility after Wednesday, the NCUA said it will process and ship all orders received before that date.
The agency said the GPO will produce and stock NCUA publications at no less than a three-month supply and will provide timely delivery within three business weeks or less. Orders placed within the next 60-90 days may be subject to a brief backorder while GPO establishes their initial inventory, it said. Hard-copy publications can be ordered online from the GPO’s U.S. Government Bookstore here.