Xerox awarded US$103M five-year contract by Dept. of Defense to provide in-house printing, technology for the Defense Logistics Agency Document Services
September 29, 2011
– Xerox Corporation XRX has been awarded a $103 million, five-year contract to provide printing services and technology for the Department of Defense.
Xerox will manage the in-house printing for the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Document Services. The contract makes Xerox products and support available to DLA Document Services facilities nationwide, ensuring that defense agencies have access to the latest document management technology.
"Innovation from Xerox will enable DLA Document Services to reduce costs, unleash new capabilities and more effectively serve the Department of Defense," said Sherman Parker, vice president, public sector, Global Document Services, Xerox.
Xerox has provided services to the Department of Defense for more than 40 years.
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