State Dept. orders high-speed printers for passport center

January 2008
Inside Tucson Business;1/28/2008, Vol. 17 Issue 33, p4
The article reports on the announcement rendered by the U.S. Department State on a $6.3 million order for high speed printers. These printers will be used in the two passport production mega-centers of the State Department and procured from L-1 Identity Solutions Inc. in Stamford, Connecticut. The company states that these printers are able to produce for at least 22 million passports for the U.S. citizens.


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