Xerox (Nasdaq: XRX) will supply multifunction printing devices to U.S. military customers under a $194 million contract from the Defense Logistics Agency.
Possible users of the A3 and A4 equipment include the U.S. Navy, Military Sealift Command and Fleet Marine Forces and the Coast Guard, the company said Friday.
The contract also provides for single-function and specialty devices, print shop devices, analytical support, parts and supplies, maintenance services and device training.
Xerox is among the 11 companies that hold positions on a potential $702 million DLA contract awarded in August 2021. The indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract covers up to five-year leases of office document management systems and services.