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MBIE lifts suspension on Fuji Xerox

Published: Tue 16 Apr 2019 06:30 PM
MBIE lifts suspension on Fuji Xerox
Fuji Xerox New Zealand will be returning as a provider of print technology and logistic services to government customers from next month.
The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment announced it is lifting Fuji Xerox’s suspension from the All off Government Print Technology and Associated Services (PTAS Agreement) from 1 May, on a probationary basis.
Fuji Xerox was suspended from the agreement on September 29, 2017, after an inappropriate accounting practice came to light.
Fuji Xerox New Zealand’s Managing Director, Peter Thomas, says: “The reinstatement reflects the company’s work to remedying past issues, and new processes put in place to ensure they don’t happen again.
“We have made significant changes to the business including implementing a new governance structure, a new leadership team and stronger management practices.
“We’ve learnt some difficult lessons and are grateful for the opportunity to return as a supplier to Government.
“Fuji Xerox looks forward to offering all customers the high quality services and products we are known for,” says Mr Thomas.
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