VA calls halt to buying personal printers

The Veterans Affairs Department is ordering its offices to stop buying personal desktop printers, after an in-house study found the printers were costing more than they were worth, reports AOL Government.

The shift to centralized printers could potentially save VA $150 million over five years.

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