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Federal Government puts printer panel in place

Federal Government puts printer panel in place

The line up consists of Fuji Xerox Australia, Konica Minolta, Kyocera Mita, Ricoh, Lexmark and Sharp

The Federal Government has established a whole-of-government major office machines panel.

The line up consists of Fuji Xerox Australia, Konica Minolta, Kyocera Mita, Ricoh, Lexmark and Sharp.

The arrangement covers three categories – network printers, multifunction devices and scanners - are based on equipment and support as well as maintenance and consumables.

Almost a year ago, the Department of Finance and Deregulation issued the tender. At the time, the Department looked into establishing two whole-of-government panels.

As part of the RFT, there was also a separate tender for the Whole of Government to establish a panel for Managed Print Services (MPS).

There has been no selection for this part yet and an outcome is expected in next two months or so.


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