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Solutions for Government & Nonprofit

Managed Print Services

Take the burden off your IT staff and let Pacific Office manage, service, and supply your fleet of networked printers. Let us free up administrative time by automating your toner delivery, too.

Pacific Office specializes in managed print solutions for government offices of any size, serving both large cities and small municipalities. Our consultants are also adept at creating customized solutions for nonprofit organizations of all sizes to help drive fundraising and awareness efforts.

IT and Technology Solutions

Pacific Office works with your government office or nonprofit organization to create a customized IT solution. Whether your office requires a managed IT solution with support from Pacific Office or a self-managed solution, our team can help you boost office productivity and save money in the long term.

Reduce time lost on unnecessary processes with Pacific Office’s workflow and technology solutions. Our systems keep work consistent with centralized documents, improved forms, and customized archiving strategies.

Phone Systems and Solutions

Local governments, municipalities, and nonprofits need phone solutions that work for them, on their budget. Pacific Office specializes in creating customized phone solutions, from unified communications to omnichannel systems built to work for your organization’s office workflow.

Our team offers solutions from quality brands, like Mitel, to improve your office’s phone fielding and call management.

Production-Quality Print

Get print shop quality at affordable prices with Pacific Office's production printers. Easy-to-use software gives you the tools to create impactful brochures, banners, and other marketing materials.

Popular Products for Government & Nonprofit


A term used to indicate a printer that has additional functionalities, such as copying, scanning and faxing. (e.g., multifunction printer).

The ADF is used to automatically feed originals into the device for copying, scanning and/or faxing.

Printing photos with no white space around the edges. Borderless prints look like photos from a photo lab.

Part of a scanner that is used to convert a reflected image to usable analog data.

An accessory used for automatically printing on both sides of a sheet of paper. This accessory is not supported on all printers. Some printers offer this as an optional accessory or as an installed option.

Programs or files that translate information from software applications to a device. Printer drivers convert software commands into printer language.

The maximum number of printed pages per month a printer can output.

An EPS file is a standalone, self-contained PostScript file that describes the contents of a printed page. EPS files can be scaled to any size, and they are commonly exchanged by desktop publishing and graphics professionals, publishers and printing houses.

International Standards Organization — ISO standards apply to printer cartridge yields and print speeds.

A printer or an all-in-one unit that shoots fast-drying ink through tiny nozzles onto a page to form characters. The inkjet is currently the standard for personal computer printing. Inkjets are fast, affordable and quiet. They are great for everyday, basic documents.

A laser printer is a common type of computer printer that rapidly produces high quality text and graphics on plain paper. Like photocopiers, laser printers employ a xerographic printing process but differ from analog photocopiers in that the image is produced by the direct scanning of a laser beam across the printer's photoreceptor.

A group of computers in an office or building connected to one another by cable. A network computer can access files on other computers in the network or enable others to open and use its files. Printers, modems and CD-ROM drives are also typically shared.

A printer available for use by workstations on a network. A network printer either has its own built-in network interface card or is connected to a printer on the network.

A printer that can only produce an image in one color or graduations of that color, usually black.

Refers to how much paper (including envelopes, transparencies, etc.) a printer tray can accommodate.

A separate, standalone print spooler with its own built-in memory that connects a computer and printing hardware. The print buffer can spool print jobs, freeing up all of a computer's resources for applications.

A connection that allows data transfer between a computer and a printer one bit at a time.

A type of printer that uses heat to place an impression onto paper.

A powdered ink substance used in laser printers and photocopiers to form images and text on paper.

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