Ever received an official letter from a state agency? If it’s less than 100 pages, has confidential information on it, and doesn’t use blank pages between sections, then it wasn’t outsourced. State agencies need a robust printing infrastructure in their offices to carry out the daily functions of governing. Yet, government offices remain a top environment where printing problems can be found.
While the Ohio government has its own state printing agency, many offices are increasingly bringing on experienced, trained professionals to manage the print infrastructure within their departments. Read on to learn about the unique printing challenges of state agencies and how they can benefit from managed print services.