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Printing and Writing Paper

Last Updated: 06/19/19

Printing and writing papers comprise one of the largest categories of paper and paper products. Examples include copier paper, stationery, computer printout, offset paper and note pads. Printing and writing paper can be either coated or uncoated.

Product Details
  • Federal agencies are required to purchase products as designated or specified under this program
Product Type

Procurement Info

Where to Buy

Cards (e.g., index)
Check Safety Paper
Coated Printing Paper
File Folders, Manila and Colored
Forms Bond (e.g., computer printout)
Machine Finish Groundwood
Pressboard Report Covers and Binders
Copier and Reprographic
Tags and Tickets
Text and Cover
Unbleached Kraft Envelopes
White Wove Envelopes
White, Colored, and Manila Kraft Envelopes
File Folder Labels
Additional Guidance

EO 13693 requires agencies to reduce copier and printing paper use and acquire uncoated printing and writing paper containing at least 30 percent postconsumer recycled content or higher.

Agencies are required to purchase copier and printing paper with a minimum of 30% postconsumer recycled content, until such time that a higher minimum content standard is established by CEQ or OMB under section 4(e) of the EO (see Implementing Instructions for EO 13693).

Copier paper that meets Green Seal GS-07 and UL 2771 standards may be available from the following schedules:

  • Schedule 75 SIN 75 200
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