Xerox Wins $89M to Process Labor Dept Workers Comp Claims; Bill Cornelius Comments

Xerox_LogoXerox has won an $89 million contract renewal to continue helping the Labor Department‘s office of workers’ compensation programs process medical and pharmacy bills.

The company will also help the office manage provider enrollment and operate a contact center under the three-year extension, Xerox said Thursday.

Bill Cornelius, vice president of Xerox’s federal solutions business, said the company oversees more than 60,000 paper and electronic claims for the office.

DOL’s office of workers’ compensation programs is responsible for programs covered under the Federal Employees’ Compensation Act,  the Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Program Act and the Black Lung Benefits Act.

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