Multi-function devices - 547/15
Dated: 31 Jul 2015
Date of request: 04/06/15
Date of response: 23/06/15
Provision of information held by Northumbria Police made under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (the 'Act')(FOIA)
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Please can you confirm the following questions regarding your current Multi-Functional Device (MFD) that Print/Copy/Scan/Fax & desktop printer contracts?
1. What are the start and end dates? Is there an extension period?
2. How many MFD’s do you currently have in use? How many printers do you have in use?
3. What makes, models and specifications do you have?
4. What is your current colour and mono volumes for MFD and printers PA?
5. What is your MFD spend PA?
6. What is your printer spend PA including consumables and maintenance ?
7. Do you have a print room for high volume print or do you outsource? How many FTE staff?
8. Who controls these projects for the authority? Eg ICT contact?
9.Will you be using a framework for the next procurement or will you be doing your own procurement process? If yes, which framework?
We have now had the opportunity to fully consider your request and I provide a response for your attention.
Following receipt of your request, searches were conducted with the Finance Department of Northumbria Police. I can confirm that the information you have requested is held in part by Northumbria Police.
I am able to disclose the located information to you as follows.
1. MFDs - Contract commenced 1 December 2014 ends 30 November 2019 no extension period.
Desk top printers - There is no current contract .
2. MFD - 136
Desk top printers - 938
Multi- Functional Devices -
Canon IR ADV C5030i
Canon IR ADV C2880i
Canon IR ADV C3080
Canon IR ADV 1018/1022/1023 UFRII LT
Canon IR C1024i
Canon IR C2200
Canon IR C2270
Canon IR C2870
Canon IR C3225
Canon IR C3235
Canon IR C3245
Canon IR C3300
Canon IR-ADV C6055i
Canon IR-ADV C5030i
Canon IR-ADV C5051
Canon IR-ADV C5235i
Canon IR C1028i
Canon IR C 2380i
Desk top Printers -
HP - 1200D, 1220C, 1280, Office jet 6700, Office Jet L7100, Photo smart C8180
Brother - 6050, 4150, 4050
Epson Stylus - D120, D88, D1290, R200, R300, R340, R360
OKI - C5450, C5700.
4. MFDs - Colour - 1,438,154, Mono - 7,560,486, Volumes on desk top printers are not recorded.
5. Spend 2014-2015 - £157,000
6. Printer spares - £9180. spend 2014/15. An inhouse maintenance team carries out maintenance on PCs, Scanners and desk top printers. The cost for maintaining desk top printers is not segregated
Desk top printer consumables spend 2014/15 - £185,000
7. Yes. 2 FTE.
8. Procurement department.
9. No information held.
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