Dear Clarendon Dental Spa,I am writing to ask, under the freedom of information act for the following information:
1, The brands of printers / multi function devices / photocopiers you use?
2, The total number of printers / multi function devices / photocopiers?
3, Are these printers / multi function devices / photocopiers supplied as part of a managed service agreement, leased or owned outright?
4, If these printers / multi function devices / photocopiers are supplied as part of a managed service agreement, leased when is the contract due for renewal?
5, If you purchase printer supplies, such as toner, through a framework agreement, consortia or via a supplier / website (e.g. office depot)?
6, The name of the framework, consortia or supplier / website?
7, The 2019/20 and 2020/21 annual spend on printing supplies such as toner but excluding paper?
8, The department responsible for the framework, consortia or ordering from the supplier / website, contact details including email and phone number. Please do not include any personal identifiable information.
Thank-you for your email
As dentists only need to provide information about their NHS work for Freedom of Information requests we will not be able to assist you with the printing request unfortunately
Chesley van der Veen
Patient Liaison Manager
Winners - Best New Practice - Private Dentistry Awards
Winners - Practice of the Year - Private Dentistry Awards
2nd place – Most Attractive Practice - Private Dentistry Awards
2nd place - Best Specialist Referral Practice UK - Private Dentistry Awards
Leeds’ Premier Dental Practice & Specialist Referral Centre
Clarendon Dental Spa™ Ph: +44 (0) 113 245 9004
9 Woodhouse Square Fx: +44 (0) 113 245 9006
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Clarendons TM is the trading name of Clarendon Dental Spa LLP registered in England and Wales / Registration Number OC327116
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