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Xerox has provided a liquid metal 3D printer to Naval Postgraduate School under a cooperative research and development agreement to explore the potential use of such technology in developing systems for the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps. Students and faculty members at NPS can use the Xerox ElemX additive manufacturing system for hands-on learning and dissertation work, the company said Wednesday.

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Xerox has received Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program authorization to deliver cloud-based managed print services to federal government agencies seeking to decrease printing efforts. The company said Tuesday its cloud-based printing offering will help agencies reduce paper use and unnecessary printing, manage energy consumption on all eligible agency electronic products, boost printing security and […] More
Joanne Collins Smee, former director of technology transformation services at the General Services Administration, has been appointed as chief commercial officer and executive committee member at Xerox. As CCO, she will oversee sales and channel strategies and the delivery of products and service offerings through an order-to-cash process, Xerox said Monday. She previously managed technology and […] More
Xerox has signed an agreement with the National Intergovernmental Purchasing Alliance to offer document management products and services to multiple U.S. government agencies and educational institutions. The National IPA aims to simplify the process for public sector organizations to procure Xerox’s printers, managed print services, software and workflow automation platforms through the contract, the company said Wednesday. […] More
The U.S. Air Force has tasked Xerox to aid the service branch’s document management activities and replace USAF document equipment with new multifunction tools throughout 2019. The company said Thursday it will provide support to address the Air Force’s print, scan and fax needs, as well as help desk and server management services. Xerox expects the equipment replacements […] More
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 […] More
Dan Cooper, president of Xerox‘s Global Imaging Systems subsidiary, has been appointed to serve as CEO of the subsidiary once Tom Salierno retires from the position in April. Xerox said Friday Cooper is a nearly two-decade GIS veteran and previously served as president of information technology services provider Electronic Systems Inc., which he helped advance into a […] More
Xerox‘s PARC subsidiary has received a multimillion dollar contract to help the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency create an interactive sense-making platform as part of efforts to advance scientific research on artificial intelligence. PARC said Monday it will develop the Common Ground Learning and Explanation system that may explain the performance capacity of autonomous systems. COGLE will […] More
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has selected a team composed of Xerox's PARC subsidiary, Siemens, Georgia Tech and Michigan State University to build digital modeling tools designed to transform manufacturing processes through the TRAansformative DESign program. DARPA's TRADES program seeks to further develop computer-aided design software to fabricate complex objects through the use of existing […] More
Xerox subidiary PARC has received funds from the Energy Department‘s Building Technologies Office to develop wireless sensor stickers in an effort to help cut energy consumption in buildings, factories and cities. PARC’s “peel-and-stick” sensors are designed to help collect data about a building’s environment as well as support auto-locating, commissioning and automatic wall mapping operations, Xerox said Tuesday. “Distributed sensing enables richer […] More
Former Deloitte CEO Joseph Echevarria and Cheryl Krongard, a former senior partner at Apollo Management, have joined Xerox's board of directors. The appointments will take effect Jan. 1 and bring the total number of the company's board members to 11, Xerox said Monday. “Xerox will greatly benefit from Joe's knowledge of international business and professional […] More
A Xerox study reports that 49 percent of respondents from 23 cities around the world believe one application will support all transportation needs while 27 percent see themselves using a self-driving car by 2020. Xerox said Monday the upcoming Global Transportation Survey report reflects citizens’ increased expectations for integrated transportation services and innovation over the coming years. “Mobility is complicated, infrastructure […] More
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