American Bid Services Announces Top 50 Active Government Printing Office Contractors for 2005

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The Top 50 Active Government Printing Office (GPO) report acknowledges the ranking of GPO small purchase participants for the calendar year of 2005. The report outlines award total estimates for high-volume contractors aggressively immersed in the production of jobs $100,000 or less in value per acquisition.

American Bid Services releases its Top 50 Active GPO Contractors from January 1, 2005 through December 31, 2005. The report is a true gauge of active participation in the market.

The average active GPO contractor in 2005, those vendors which are awarded at least 10 informal jobs a year, made an estimated $297,000 in revenue in the small purchase arena or work that has less than $100,000 in value per acquisition.

“The lack of actively participating larger commercial printers in the small purchase arena, in comparison to the formal and contract bidding process, demonstrates an under-serving of the informal market. The larger multi-plant organizations generally experience the most excess capacity. This type of work is ideal as the GPO’s award process is an indiscriminate, lowest-bid based, steady-stream of essentially filler work,” states David Gongora Vice President of Marketing at American Bid Services.

About American Bid Services:

The American Bid Services Corporation through its ABSBIDS application is a full service print marketing firm specializing in the unique needs of the Government Printing Office and its contractors. In fact, the majority of the Top 50 Active GPO Small Purchase Contractors for 2005 are American Bid Services clients. Services include the gathering, processing, and disseminating all facets of GPO bid information for their clients, and actively training new GPO contractors American Bid Services is the fastest growing GPO bid services and information provider in the country. For more information on American Bid Services and the services they provide, please call 1-866-488-3405 or through e-mail.


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