A new digital office machine will replace more than 50,000 paper machines in the United States.
The new digital machines will be used by federal, state and local governments, and businesses.
The machines are made by a company called Post Office Systems.
According to Post Office spokesperson, Joanne Tully, they are part of the company’s new digital transformation initiative.
The first of these machines was installed in the U.S. Capitol building in April.
The other machines are set to be installed in Washington, D.C., the Capitol Police and the Washington Office of the Chief Medical Examiner.
They are being manufactured at Post Office in Washington state and are expected to be ready for use by 2020.
“This is a truly global opportunity for us to work with our partners around the world to help make the world a better place.” “
The machines will replace about 1,000 Post Office machines currently in use in Washington. “
This is a truly global opportunity for us to work with our partners around the world to help make the world a better place.”
The machines will replace about 1,000 Post Office machines currently in use in Washington.
The paper machines were designed by a team of 17 people including former U.K. prime minister Sir Michael Fallon and former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard.
They have a capacity to print more than 12 million pages per day, and are currently being used by local governments and businesses to make reports and mail their clients.