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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, 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: