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LEXINGTON, KY -- Printer maker Lexmark International Inc. said Friday it will provide laser printers along with other products and support to the Air Force under a five-year, blanket purchase agreement.
Financial terms were not disclosed, but Lexmark, based in Lexington, said the contract is expected to reduce the Air Force's total output-related costs by more than $40 million.
Lexmark noted that it will offer the Air Force a set of product security features verified by the National Information Assurance Partnership, including common access card authentication, encryption and hard disk wiping capabilities.
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