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Lexmark to Help FBI Install New Printing Systems; Marty Canning Comments

LexmarkLogoLexmark International has won a three-year, $30 million contract to provide the FBI with a platform and tools for the agency’s printing equipment and multifunction products.

The company will implement its Markvision Enterprise software to integrate about 20, 000 systems that are intended to replace legacy machines, Lexmark said Monday.

Lexmark intends for the modernization program to help the government save $10 million in spending on hardware and software management and maintenance by 2020.

Marty Canning, executive vice president and president of imaging solutions and services, said Lexmark works with eight of the top 10 federal agencies in terms of full-time civilian employment, citing Office of Personnel Management figures.

The FBI is a customer of Lexmark data and information management services, as well as user authentication facilities at 142 locations throughout the country.

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