Multi-Functional Devices and printing/scanning services contract(s)

Celeste Morrison made this Rhyddid Gwybodaeth request to Public Works Loan Board

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Dear Public Works Loan Board,
I would like to make a request for the following information relating to the authority's current Multi-Functional Devices and printing/scanning services contract(s)

1. What services are included in the contract(s)? (e.g. printing vs scanning etc)
2. Which supplier is delivering them? (If in-house, please confirm or if multiple provider please identify them)
3. How many contracts does this entail and what's the award value for each?
4. When do these contracts expire and do they have any extensions?
5. What is the annual volumetric data (split by Annual Mono and Annual Colour print)?
6. What is the total number of devices supplied?
7. What Managed Print Service software solution do you use?
8. How many Mono MFDs and Colour MFDs do you have?
9. What document management solution do you use?
10. What High Volume printing devices do you use?
11. Were any framework agreements used to procure the goods/services? If so, which ones?
12. Any documentation you can provide me with, e.g. the order form
13. What department is managing the contract and who's the decision-maker?
14. How many Adobe Acrobat (standard, professional and reader) licenses do you have?
15. What is the annual cost?
16. When is the renewal date?
17. Who is responsible for the contract?
18. Do you use any other PDF editing tools?

Yours faithfully,

Celeste Morrison

RecordsManagementService, Public Works Loan Board

Dear Ms. Morrison,

 

Thank you for your email of 16^th July 2022.

 

You have made a request under the Freedom of Information Act 2000, and we
will respond promptly and in any event not later than the 20th working day
following the date of receipt, which would be 12^th August 2022.

 

Yours sincerely,

Records Management Service

 

Records Management Service | UK Debt Management Office

The Minster Building · 21 Mincing Lane · London · EC3R 7AG | +44 20 7862

 

 

From: Celeste Morrison <[FOI #879202 email]>
Sent: 16 July 2022 12:35
To: RecordsManagementService <[Public Works Loan Board request email]>
Subject: Freedom of Information request - Multi-Functional Devices and
printing/scanning services contract(s)

 

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Dear Public Works Loan Board,
I would like to make a request for the following information relating to
the authority's current Multi-Functional Devices and printing/scanning
services contract(s)

1. What services are included in the contract(s)? (e.g. printing vs
scanning etc)
2. Which supplier is delivering them? (If in-house, please confirm or if
multiple provider please identify them)
3. How many contracts does this entail and what's the award value for
each?
4. When do these contracts expire and do they have any extensions?
5. What is the annual volumetric data (split by Annual Mono and Annual
Colour print)?
6. What is the total number of devices supplied?
7. What Managed Print Service software solution do you use?
8. How many Mono MFDs and Colour MFDs do you have?
9. What document management solution do you use?
10. What High Volume printing devices do you use?
11. Were any framework agreements used to procure the goods/services? If
so, which ones?
12. Any documentation you can provide me with, e.g. the order form
13. What department is managing the contract and who's the decision-maker?
14. How many Adobe Acrobat (standard, professional and reader) licenses do
you have?
15. What is the annual cost?
16. When is the renewal date?
17. Who is responsible for the contract?
18. Do you use any other PDF editing tools?

Yours faithfully,

Celeste Morrison

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RecordsManagementService, Public Works Loan Board

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Dear Ms Morrison,

 

Please find attached the UK Debt Management Office's response to your
recent FOI request.

 

Kind regards,

 

Records Management Service

 

 

Records Management Service | UK Debt Management Office

The Minster Building · 21 Mincing Lane · London · EC3R 7AG | +44 20 7862
6552

 

 

From: Celeste Morrison <[FOI #879202 email]>
Sent: 16 July 2022 12:35
To: RecordsManagementService <[Public Works Loan Board request email]>
Subject: Freedom of Information request - Multi-Functional Devices and
printing/scanning services contract(s)

 

You don't often get email from
[1][FOI #879202 email]. [2]Learn why this is
important

Caution:This email is from an External Sender. Links or attachments may
not be safe.

Dear Public Works Loan Board,
I would like to make a request for the following information relating to
the authority's current Multi-Functional Devices and printing/scanning
services contract(s)

1. What services are included in the contract(s)? (e.g. printing vs
scanning etc)
2. Which supplier is delivering them? (If in-house, please confirm or if
multiple provider please identify them)
3. How many contracts does this entail and what's the award value for
each?
4. When do these contracts expire and do they have any extensions?
5. What is the annual volumetric data (split by Annual Mono and Annual
Colour print)?
6. What is the total number of devices supplied?
7. What Managed Print Service software solution do you use?
8. How many Mono MFDs and Colour MFDs do you have?
9. What document management solution do you use?
10. What High Volume printing devices do you use?
11. Were any framework agreements used to procure the goods/services? If
so, which ones?
12. Any documentation you can provide me with, e.g. the order form
13. What department is managing the contract and who's the decision-maker?
14. How many Adobe Acrobat (standard, professional and reader) licenses do
you have?
15. What is the annual cost?
16. When is the renewal date?
17. Who is responsible for the contract?
18. Do you use any other PDF editing tools?

Yours faithfully,

Celeste Morrison

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