Xerox Achieves FedRAMP ‘In-Process’ Status for Managed Print Services

Xerox‘s suite of managed printing services has been pre-vetted and approved to continue pursuing certification under the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program.

The cloud-based MPS offering obtained “in-process” designation that represents a step prior to full FedRAMP authorization, Xerox said Wednesday.

Ted Dezvane, senior vice president of Xerox’s managed document services business, said the company’s MPS toolset is designed for a cloud environment and incorporates plug-and-play connectivity functions.

The company seeks to offer automatic supplies replenishment, print awareness and productivity and multivendor printer fleet management support services to federal agencies through FedRAMP.

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