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Print, Design & Mail Services

The Department's Bureau of Publications operates the Commonwealth's in-house design and print-to-mail services.  The Bureau is also responsible for compiling the Commonwealth Telephone Directory and the Pennsylvania Manual.


The Bureau of Publications Sign Shop provides a full spectrum of signage and engraving services, ranging from nameplates and building signage to foam board displays and banners.  The Sign Shop can decal state vehicles and office windows by applying vinyl vector images. Sign Shop Request Forms should be sent to 


The Bureau's graphic designers and forms layout specialists can create professional and innovative designs for documents, banners, displays, websites and promotional campaigns.  Design services may be requested using the Document Design & Layout Request Form or by consulting with design staff at (717) 704-1060.


The Bureau of Publications provides prompt, cost-effective and quality printing services, using both high-end digital and offset printing and is the official provider of the Commonwealth’s business cards and stationery.  The print shop is capable of delivering high-volume, on-demand and variable data print services with short turnaround times.  The print shop also offers a wide range of bindery and post-print processing services.  Print requests can be made using the Print & Mail Request Form    


With ever-increasing postage rates, the Bureau of Publications can design, print and mail in a manner that will maximize postal savings.  The Bureau offers address certification services like CASS (Coding Accuracy Support System) and NCOA (National Change of Address) to make sure that addresses are correct and deliverable.  Combined with mail inserting services, the Bureau can assemble mailings quickly from print to post office. Use the Print & Mail Request Form or Data Center - Print & Mail Request Form when requesting service.

Address Certification
Move Updates
Uncertified Addresses
List of Error Codes
Mail Inserting Services