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DHS Mulls Asset Buyback Program

DHS - ExecutiveMosaicThe Department of Homeland Security will hold an Industry Day on May 1 to determine the feasibility of an asset buyback program initiative, according to a FedBizOpps.gov post Tuesday.

DHS hopes to earn product credits from excess or surplus information technology equipment such as scrap laptops, desktops and printers in order to buy hardware in the future.

The department also seeks to study the value of establishing the program at its headquarters through the industry outreach event, which will take place at the General Services Administration‘s headquarters in Washington.

Companies can reserve up to two seats via email at AssetBuyBackProgram@hq.dhs.gov until Thursday, Apr. 24.

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