OFFICE OF GRAPHIC COMMUNICATIONS
DESIGN SUPPORT OFFERED THROUGH OGC
Even with the many financial challenges that face government agencies today, agencies still need to communicate effectively with their customers. This is where the Department of General Services, Office of Graphic Communications (OGC) can help.
Agencies can reduce costs for needed communication services offered by OGC because: OGC’s service fees are considerably lower than those charged by private sector providers for similar services; and, when purchasing OGC services agencies avoid the costs associated with conducting a competitive procurement process.
OGC is a full-service provider offering print and internet media communication services to state agencies, institutions of higher education, local governments and non-profit organizations. Whether agencies need concept and execution of a multi-media public education campaign or a re-design of an agency Website, the Office of Graphic Communications is an effective, efficient and economical choice. OGC is a mandatory source for state agencies pursuant to section 2.1 in the Commonwealth’s Agency Procurement and Surplus Property Manual (APSPM).
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The DGS Office of Graphic Communications (OGC) is a mandatory source for graphic communication services in excess of $750. OGC offers consultation, project management, design and production for a wide variety of graphic design projects, which include web and print communications.
Services include concept and marketing strategies, creative writing, graphic design, desktop publishing, web graphics, photography research and art direction, illustration, and production management. OGC provides project management, which includes procurement, budget and quality management.
PRODUCTS & SERVICES
Typical projects include promotional, informational and public educational campaigns; logos and identity systems; internet sites, annual reports and strategic plans; economic development and tourism publications; magazines and newsletters; training and conference materials, PowerPoint presentations, calendars and posters; museum catalogs and brochures.
The OGC director has extensive experience in graphic design and communications, state procurement, development of specifications for bid, project management and business development. This ensures that budgets and resources are well managed, quality services are provided, and all communications files are secured for future use. OGC services are provided at a cost saving over contracting with private sector vendors with equal expertise.
Paris Ashton, Creative Director
1100 Bank Street, Suite 420
Richmond, Virginia 21219