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2017 PPMWS Conference
Scenes from the 2017 PPMWS Conference
John Ebeling Receives 65-year Service Award
ACCO Negotiating Committee
CWA Local 14164 ACCO Brands, LLC negotiating committee, from left: Lisa Harp-Kona Knapp, Aleasha Thomson; second row: Israel Vega-George England, Loca
CWA Local 6300 Print and Media Sector
Kirk Whitaker, Margie Schwerin, Linda Morris-Cooley, John J. Ebeling, Vice President, Print and Media Sector

Waterville Typo 643/14115 left to right President Betty Adams, Andy Molloy, Keith Edwards

CWA 4250/CTU 16 Mary Sheeran Chapel Chair VP Michelle Tovo
PPMWS 2013 Conference
Sector President Dan Wasser addresses Conference attendees
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HEADLINE NEWS
Nov 14, 2019
Hugh Halpern Nominated to Head GPO
Halpern, the longtime Republican staff director of the House Rules Committee and subsequently director of floor operations for Speaker Paul D. Ryan of Wisconsin, is President Donald Trump’s nominee to run the Government Publishing Office. “I used this book four, five times a day when I was working in the speaker’s office. It’s basically handmade. Read More...
Aug 09, 2019
GOP Will be Post Job Openings Soon
GPO is looking to fill vacant positions with qualified people to work in the proof/keyboard areas. The announcement should appear in USAJOBS in the immediate future wages are $82,000 dayside and $91,000 for nights this is before scheduled increase in January. Check the USAJOBS.gov website for the posting. They are looking for at least 11 people. Read More...
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Does Your Company Market Its Label?

Over a century ago, when the labor movement began to aggressively promote union labeled products to show buyers the difference that trained, skilled and dedicated union workers make in product quality the printing “bug” was already in widespread use.
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PPMWS represents over 4,000 workers in a diverse range of occupations in daily newspapers, commercial printing and mailing operations, graphic design, specialty manufacturing, publishing and distribution as well as the U. S. Government Printing Office. Our union combines the proud heritage of the International Typographical Union-the oldest continuously operating union in America-with the dynamic vision of the Communications Workers of America. The combination of these two influences provides our members and their families with responsive representation and progressive programs.

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