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Fuji Xerox wins $32m government contract

Friday, 13 July 2018
By Print21
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Fuji Xerox Australia headquarters in Sydney.

Fuji Xerox Australia has signed a $32.67 million contract with the Department of Human Services for the upgrade of office printers, including scanning and photocopying functions as well as supplies and accessories.

The contract win is a welcome boost for the local Fuji Xerox subsidiary as it awaits the outcome of the protracted legal battle between parent companies Fujifilm Holdings and Xerox Corp over the termination of a proposed $6.1 billion merger proposal.

The three-year deal, published this week on the Federal Government’s AusTender site, runs from 30 May 2018 until 29 May 2021. It was was awarded under the Major Office Machines (MOMs) panel after a competitive tender process and is a renewal of a previous contract awarded to FXA.

“The department chose Fuji Xerox Australia Pty Ltd as their proposal represented the best value for money option,” said Hank Jongen, general manager, Department of Human Services.

The MOMs panel was set up by the government in 2016 to provide more competitive purchase, lease and maintenance costs for all Government departments and agencies.

The four providers on the MOMs panel are Fuji Xerox Australia, Konica Minolta Business Solutions, Kyocera Document Solutions and Ricoh Australia.

One Response to “Fuji Xerox wins $32m government contract”

  1. July 13, 2018 at 12:09 pm,

    Banksy
    said:

    How does FXA pass any kind of due diligence on corporate malfeasance? Surely they deserve a decade in the dog house?

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