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Web Content Inventory

 

The Bureau of Engraving and Printing developed this inventory of its public website content as required by Section 207(f)(2) of the E-Government Act of 2002. It is intended to be a comprehensive outline of information based on the wants and needs of citizens as a whole. The BEP has reviewed frequently requested information or services that would improve business processes and/or customer service to the public in developing the inventory.
 

If you wish to provide comments or suggestions on this inventory, send an email to CIO_WEBMASTER@bep.gov, or submit written comments by mail to:

 
Bureau of Engraving and Printing
CIO Webmaster
Rm. 720-A
14th & C Streets, SW
Washington, DC 20228-0001

 

Information Category Priority* Publication Target 
General Bureau information such as mission, strategic plan, CFO reports, contact information, and organizational structure 2 Ongoing
Regulatory and policy information such as Privacy Policy, Freedom of Information Act, Accessibility Statement, and Environment, Health, and Safety Policy. 1 Ongoing
Information about new currency designs for the general public. 3 Ongoing
Online purchasing for consumers and collectors. 3 Ongoing
Information about U.S. banknotes, including money facts, anti-counterfeiting, production figures. 3 Ongoing
Facilities and tour information including locations, tour procedures, and obtaining tickets. 3 Ongoing
Media information such as press releases, video footage in B-rolls, press kits, news and events. 3 Ongoing
Information about redeeming shredded and mutilated currency. 3 Ongoing
Career opportunities including job announcements, application forms, pay scales, and special programs. 3 Ongoing
Procurement information for prospective suppliers and vendors. 4 Ongoing
 

*Priorities as follows:

  • Priority 1: Required by law, regulation, Presidential directive, or other official directive or to ensure national security.
  • Priority 2: Mission-critical and essential for program operations, but not required by law, regulation, or Presidential directive (that is, information or services that are directly tied to an agency's mission and/or strategic plan).
  • Priority 3: Frequently requested information or services that would improve business processes and/or customer service to the public (for example, most commonly used forms, documents, applications, transactions, etc).
  • Priority 4: Other information.

For more information about the web content inventory and the E-Government Act of 2002, please visit these links: