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Former Air Vehicles Directorate Increases Efficiency with Optimized Printer Deployment: Whitepaper

Integrity first. Service before self. Excellence in all we do. These core values of the U.S. Air Force (USAF) permeate every decision of the world’s preeminent aerospace power. The Air Force Information Technology Commodity Council (ITCC) Digital Planning and Imaging (DPI) initiative is no exception. The initiative sets targets to modernize, standardize and consolidate the USAF print infrastructure to help lower operational costs, reduce environmental impact and increase office efficiency—all while enhancing information security.

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