AnythingIT Awarded 5 Year Contract Extension with US Government

AnythingIT Awarded 5 Year Contract Extension with US Government

AnythingIT Awarded 5 Year Contract Extension with US Government

AnythingIT, Inc., (OTCBB: ANYI), a leading information technology electronics recycler and e-waste handler serving both government and commercial markets, announced that they have renewed their contract with U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) Schedule contract for an additional 5 years.

AnythingIT successfully completed its 10th consecutive year as a GSA Schedule Holder with the United States Government in 2012. The company already holds the e-Stewards, R2 and ISO 14001 Certifications which reinforces AnythingIT commitment to maintaining the highest level of security and controls in its management of end-of-life electronics. These certifications require rigorous standards to assess compliance with safety for workers and the environment.

“We are extremely proud of our continued relationship as contractor to the United States Government in providing Information Technology Asset Disposition Services (ITAD). Our goal has always been to be a trusted partner who delivers a high value for the assets while ensuring stringent standards for data security and e-waste disposal and we are happy to continue our mission,” stated David Bernstein, CEO of AnythingIT.

About AnythingIT

AnythingIT is a leading asset management vendor and e-waste handler serving OEM’s, Equipment Resellers, government and enterprise clients.  Services provided by the company include: data scrubbing, shredding, inventory management, repair and remarketing of equipment and recycling of parts and materials.  AnythingIT has been operating since 1992 and is a GSA Schedule Holder who has achieved R2 and ISO 14001 certification.

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