Xerox Corporation Awarded Five-Year Contract Worth $103 Million

Yesterday, the Xerox Corporation was awarded a five-year contract worth $103 million with the Department of Defense. The contract allows Xerox to provide the Department of Defense with printing and technology services.

In the terms of this contract Xerox will manage in-house printing for the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Document Services

Sherman Parker, the Vice President, Public Sector, Global Document Services at Xerox said, “Innovation from Xerox will enable DLA Document Services to reduce costs, unleash new capabilities and more effectively serve the Department of Defense.”


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