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Posted at 02:38 PM ET, 11/11/2011

Show us your swag!


The bag reads: "Department of Energy: Only Here..." (Karen Pao)
Updated 11/11/11 2:38 p.m. ET

President Obama’s orders this week to cut back on government travel, technology and office swag got us thinking: What kind of free stuff are federal agencies handing out?

Here you can see some basic examples already sent in by federal employees — and you’re invited to share your swag as well. Find your agency-issued swag, snap a photo and send in your photos to crowds@washpost.com.We will post select photos right here.

Note: By submitting a photo, you are giving us permission to use that photo on washingtonpost.com or in print. Please include your name and agency when submitting.



A card holder once gifted to someone by the office of Sen. Daniel Patrick Moyniham (D-N.Y.) (Chris Edwards)


A Drug Enforcement Administration mug, from — you guessed it — Oklahoma. (washingtonpost.com reader-submitted)

A nine-card package of "trading cards" featuring DHS and Customs and Border Protection patrol boats found at the bottom of a box of tissues. (Ken Eldridge)


The words printed on the back of the DHS and Customs and Border Protection trading cards. (Ken Eldridge)


Voice of America coffeee cup. VOA no longer uses these colors, having changed the logo to blue, gray and green several years ago. (David Byrd)

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