Fuji Xerox Australia has successfully signed a $27.7 million, 18-month managed print and mailing contract with the NSW Government Roads and Maritime Services.
This new contract, according to ARN, is for the provision of management and business professionals and administrative services. A spokesperson for the agency claimed, “The contract is for the production of toll notices in connection with unpaid tolls on Sydney tollways.”
Meanwhile, it is not the first time that Fuji Xerox Australia engages in government contracts of all shapes and sizes. The company has won over a $492,000 contract from the Bureau of Meteorology for the provision of printer support services, and a $375,000, five-year deal from the Office of Parliamentary Counsel for the provision of multifunction printers and monthly click charges for the past two months.
RT media recently reported the independent investigation on accounting of Fuji Xerox Australia and its results.
“Over the last 12 months, Fuji Xerox Australia has implemented a robust corporate governance structure to support sustainable and responsible operations,” the company said in a statement late last month.
“The findings of the report will not negatively affect the level of service offered to customers nor will it impact the company’s ability to fulfil its contractual obligations under existing agreements,” it added.