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Bankrupt Contractor Will Get $5.5 Million For Not Printing 2020 Census Forms

Less than two years before the start of the 2020 census, the U.S. government is looking for a new printer after cancelling its $61 million contract with bankrupt company Cenveo.
The Justice Department has ended the $61 million contract for 2020 census forms that the U.S. Government Publishing Office awarded to the now-bankrupt printing company Cenveo, which has already produced materials for this year's census test run. Source: Claire Harbage

With less than two years before the start of the 2020 census, the U.S. government is back on the market for a new contractor to print forms and letters for the upcoming national head count.

Last week Justice Department attorneys ended a $61 million contract the U.S. Government Publishing Office had awarded to the now-bankrupt printing company Cenveo,

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