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May 16, 2022

Xerox wins $164M federal contract to continue print, fax services

Photo | Contributed Xerox headquarters in Norwalk

Norwalk-based Xerox has been awarded a 10-year, $164 million contract with the U.S. Department of Agriculture for managed print and electronic fax services.

The contract includes 16,000 Xerox ConnectKey devices across more than 3,500 offices supporting about 100,000 employees.

The ConnectKey allows users to convert physical records into “easily accessible cloud-based electronic documents,” according to a news release. Users can also use their smartphone as a mobile scanner, and locate and print documents on demand.

Xerox’s technology will allow the USDA to “cultivate best practices in print management,” including increased file security, federal Section 508 standards and a customized web portal.

Xerox has previously done work for the Department of Agriculture.

“By continuing our work with the USDA, Xerox will build on our current efforts while expanding our cost-saving initiatives across even more agencies,” said Brian Castle, vice president, U.S. federal sales. “As we see a more permanent shift toward remote and mobile workforces, Xerox is proud to offer enhanced capabilities to help USDA staffers maintain their connectivity wherever they are.”

Xerox sells print and digital document products and services in more than 160 countries.

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