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Envision Print Named 2017 AbilityOne Contractor Of The Year By United States Department Of Agriculture

September 19, 2017
Wichita, Kan. – For the sixth time in nine years, Envision Print has earned national recognition as a 2017 AbilityOne Contractor of the Year. The award, presented by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), recognizes Envision Print’s dedication to quality work and exceptional performance with business card orders. USDA awards are presented annually to top-tier organizations participating in the AbilityOne program, a federal initiative established to help people who are blind or who have other severe disabilities find employment at not-for-profit agencies that sell products and/or services to the U.S. government.  Envision Print is a division of the Wichita-based not-for-profit Envision, Inc.
“USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) is very proud to support the mission of Envision. Over the past nine years, Envision has been a valued and trusted partner,” said Jim Miller, printing services specialist, USDA, FSIS. “The outstanding service, prompt responses and continual process improvements has made our business card program run smoothly. Envision Print’s hard work helps make us look good.”
Envision Print has been producing business cards for the USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service since 2008. Overall, more than two million business cards are printed each month at Envision Print’s ISO 9001:2008 certified facility in Wichita, including cards enhanced with Braille. With its secure online ordering system that allows users to upload artwork or have access to more than 3,200 business card and approved agency templates, Envision Print offers a simple and cost-effective way for government employees to obtain business cards under the AbilityOne Program. Envision Print is the only GSA-approved source for business cards purchased with appropriated funds.
“Envision Print is extremely proud of its record of excellence with the USDA and the reputation it has built as a trusted supplier through the AbilityOne program,” said Barney Macari, general manager of manufacturing at Envision. “The partnerships we have with the USDA and all of our valued customers will only grow stronger as we continue to enhance and increase the level of service we provide.  Together we are creating employment opportunities for the many individuals who are blind or visually impaired who work at Envision.”
For more information about Envision Print, call 316-267-2244.
About Envision: Envision (www.envisionus.com) promotes advocacy and independence for people who are blind or low vision. Founded in 1933, Envision is one of the largest employers of individuals with vision loss in the nation. Headquartered in Wichita, Kan., Envision’s mission is to improve the quality of life and provide inspiration for the blind and visually impaired through employment, outreach, rehabilitation, education and research. For more information, visit www.envisionus.com.

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