1. Printing official government documents such as letters, memos, reports, and forms for various government departments and agencies.

  2. Creating and printing promotional materials, such as brochures, flyers, and posters for government events or programs.

  3. Designing and printing stationery items, such as letterheads, envelopes, business cards, and notepads.

  4. Maintaining an inventory of stationery items and restocking as needed to ensure a steady supply for government departments and agencies.

  5. Providing customization services for stationery items to meet the specific needs and requirements of individual government departments and agencies.

  6. Ensuring the quality and accuracy of printed materials by conducting quality control checks on all products before delivery.

  7. Managing the department's budget and finances, including tracking expenses, managing accounts payable and receivable, and preparing financial reports.

  8. Providing customer service to government departments and agencies, including answering questions, responding to complaints, and addressing any issues that arise with printing or stationery orders.

  9. Keeping up to date with the latest printing and stationery technologies and trends, and exploring ways to improve the department's services and products.

These are just some of the activities that a Stationery Department may undertake. The specific tasks and responsibilities may vary depending on the size and scope of the department and the needs of the government it serves.