MFDs & Print

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Dear University of Reading,

1. Number of Printers within the University?
2. Did you lease/rent or purchase the printers?
3. If leased/rented what is the annual lease/rent charge?
4. Who are the main printer supplier(s)?
5. Does the University have a support contract(s) for Printers?
6. What is the length of the printer support contract?
7. What are the start and end dates for the print support
contract(s)?
8. What is the approximate spend on printers and consumables
during the last financial year?
9. What is the total mono print volume per annum?
10. What is the total colour print volume per annum?
11. What is the number of MFD’s or Photocopiers within the
University?
12. Who are the main MFD/Copier Suppliers(s)
13. What is the length of the MFD/copy contract(s)?
14. What are the start and end dates on the MFD/copy contracts(s)?
15. Approximate spend on MFD’s/copiers and consumables during the last
financial year?
16. If leased/rented what is the annual lease/rent charge?
17. What is the total mono MFD/copy volume per annum?
18. What is the total colour MFD/copy volume per annum?
19. Does the University have a managed print contract?
20. What are the start and end dates for this contract?
21. Which procurement route or framework was used to procure this
service?
22. Does the University have one or more onsite print rooms?
23. If the University has an onsite print room is this managed in
house or outsourced?
24. How many staff work in the print room (s)?
25. Who are the main MFD/Photocopier Suppliers(s) for the
Print room devices?
26. What is the length of the MFD/Photocopier contract(s) for the
Print room?
27. What are the start and end dates on the MFD/Photocopier
contracts(s) for the Print room?
28. If leased/rented what is the annual lease/rent charge?
29. Which procurement route or framework was used to procure this
service?
30. What is the approximate spend on MFD’s/Photocopiers and
consumables for the last financial year for the print room?
31. What is the total mono MFD/copy volume per annum?
32. What is the total colour MFD/copy volume per annum?

Yours faithfully,

Terrence Barlow

IMPS, University of Reading

Dear Mr Barlow

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Sinead Latham

Information Management & Policy Services (IMPS), University of Reading, Whiteknights, Reading, RG6 6AH
t: +44 (0)118 378 8981 www.reading.ac.uk/foia

IMPS, University of Reading

Dear Mr Barlow,

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Rebecca Daniells
IMPS Officer

Information Management & Policy Services (IMPS), University of Reading, Whiteknights, Reading, RG6 6AH
[University of Reading request email] t: +44 (0)118 378 8981 www.reading.ac.uk/foia

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