Xerox Managed Print Services and FedRAMP: What it Will Mean
It’s the last step before full FedRAMP authorization. Xerox is the only cloud-based managed print services (MPS) provider that has achieved in-process status for the U.S. government’s Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) for our MPS offerings. This designation tells decision makers at federal agencies that our solutions can improve the security of their information, cut printing costs and improve transparency.
As a result, we have developed a cloud-based Xerox Managed Print Services for U.S. Federal Government. The solution includes:
- Xerox Proprietary Software
- Hardware, such as Xerox multifunction printers and other scanners.
- Professional services for consulting, development, installation and configuration, and training.
- Support services for software, and additional consulting and workflow development.
MPS helps federal agencies cut costs, streamline workflows, protect data
Many federal government agencies close budget gaps with spending cuts. However, agencies can save millions by looking in an unexpected place – document management.
The federal government spends approximately $1.4 billion annually on printing costs for its knowledge workers. About $440 million of those costs are estimated to be unnecessary. Xerox Managed Print Services for U.S. Federal Government can help agencies in four ways:
- Executive Order 13589 reduce waste and cut cost by 20 percent. An area of focus: unnecessary printing.
- Executive Orders 13432 and 13514 reducing printing paper use.
- Enable power management, duplex printing, and other energy-efficient or environmentally preferable features on all eligible agency electronic products.
- Increased focus on security and internal threats.
Xerox Managed Print Services have been positioned as a market leader by leading industry analyst firms. We are uniquely positioned to help federal agencies unlock hidden costs, free themselves from security risks, liberate their workflows and bridge their physical and digital worlds.