20 May 2019
Government Give Out $60 million in Print Contracts
OTTAWA— 
 
The Canadian Government is changing how it purchases and manages its office printing services and equipment. The Government has announced new agreements with Xerox, Konica Minolta, and Ricoh to deliver managed print services to the Government of Canada. These six-year agreements are worth an estimated $60 million annually.
 
The new agreements will simplify and improve service delivery to Government of Canada employees, while ensuring Government’s digital infrastructure is secure. The agreements with the three successful vendors will be including  a small- and medium-sized enterprises (SME) program that will leverage SME resellers and managed services providers for the delivery of print services across Canada . 
 
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