Georgetown has secured Xerox to conduct an assessment of printing options and access across campus, Chief Information Officer Lisa Davis announced in a university broadcast email Monday afternoon.

According to the email, a working group consisting of faculty and staff from the Main Campus, Law School and Medical Center will be established to work with Xerox to evaluate the total cost of printing, copying, faxing and scanning on campus.

The assessment will also address the age and state of the equipment, with the ultimate goal of reducing the cost and increasing the efficiency of printing.

Xerox’s analysis and data collection will begin on October 25 and last approximately 30 days, culminating in final recommendations at the end of November, according to Davis’s email.

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