Schedule 36

SIN 51-100
Copiers

Includes analog, engineering, digital/multi-functional copiers having single-color and/or full-color imaging in both desktop and console configurations. Analog copiers have only copying capability. Digital/Multifunctional copiers have capabilities such as copying, printing, faxing, scanning to print/file, and/or facsimile with, post finishing solutions connected to individual and network stations with solutions. The Multi-functional digital copier may have integrated functional capabilities or modular expansion capabilities that permit functional upgrading. Both analog and digital/multifunctional copiers may have image enhancement capabilities (e.g., image magnification, reduction, contrast), paper handling capabilities (e.g., automatic paper selection, multiple paper trays, duplexing, collating), and/or document finishing capabilities (e.g., stapling, folding, punching). Copier speeds may vary from under 25 copies per minute to over 100 copies per minute with copying volumes from under 1,000 copies per month to over 450,000 copies per month. Engineering copiers also include both analog and digital copiers (e.g., copiers capable of using transparent and opaque originals to produce plain paper, vellum or polyester film copies and capable of copying A to E size drawings. Full color, non-laser copiers, and other non-standard copier equipment (e.g., copy boards and easels) are included; also included are copy control devices and systems for equipment under this SIN that can be used to limit copier access to authorize users and to record copier usage. The devices include mechanical and electrical copy-controls (e.g., key counters, cartridges, interface kits) and copy-control systems (e.g., central data collection units, and related connection devices as an integrated package).

51-101 2
Consumable Supplies for Copiers, Computers Printers and Fax Machines

Includes directly related supplies (e.g., toner developer, dry ink, dry imager, fuser oil and fusing rollers, cleaning blades, pickoff fingers, photoconductors, photoreceptor belts and drums, staples wire, binder material, binder adhesive) for the copier equipment available under SIN 51 100. Other directly related consumable supplies for computer printers and fax machines are toner, developer, and new manufactured single-and full-color toner cartridges) for laser and inkjet computer printers, fax machines and systems. This SIN does not include copier paper or transparency films for copiers. Transparency films are available under SIN 51 101 7. Customers wishing to purchase consumable supplies only can do so under Schedule 75 – Office Products/Supplies and Service and New Products/Technology, SIN 75 200 Office Products.

51-500
Managed Print Services

Managed Print Services (MPS) includes equipment and services required to manage imaging output that may include printing, scanning, copying, and fax devices in a system that monitors and reports status, needs and usage trends on regular basis. The MPS plan may be based on a needs analysis completed under SIN 51 501. Services may include but are not limited to creating a business plan solution that incorporates recommendations for each existing piece of equipment (including removing/retirement/recycling/disposal). The plan may be phased to allow for an orderly progression to the new output environment. The plan should take into account the usage and floor plan of the equipment.

51 56
Repair of Government-Owned Equipment (all equipment covered under this schedule) for equipment not under Maintenance Service Agreement

This SIN covers repair of any type of copier equipment offered under this schedule and not covered under a maintenance service agreement. Includes directly related attachments, supplies and accessories.

51-57
Maintenance Service Agreement For Copiers

This SIN includes a maintenance service agreement consisting of preventative and repair (remedial) services. Preventative consists of those scheduled service calls necessary to maintain the equipment in first-class operating condition (e.g., cleaning, lubricating, adjusting, and replacing parts when needed). Repair (remedial) services consist of those unscheduled service calls necessary for repairs not caused by fire, water, accident, and fluctuations in electrical power or customer abuse. The Maintenance Service Agreement and Repair Service include the cost of labor, transportation, replacement/spare parts, (excluding consumable operating supplies). The greater the distance from the maintenance facility to the user the higher the monthly fees. In the event the Government's equipment requires initial repair or overhaul prior to acceptance by the contractor for coverage under a maintenance service agreement, the charges for such repairs, including replacement parts and labor, and for a complete rebuilding or overhauling of Government's equipment are usually not included in the preventative service agreement.

51-58
Lease to Ownership Plans (LTOP) Copiers

Lease-to-Ownership Plans(LTOP) are intended for customers who want to lease all types of copiers to secure ownership. At the end of the lease period and upon final payment of all charges due, the Title: and the leased equipment is immediately transferred from the contractor to the government customer. The lease rate does not include the cost of maintenance or consumable supplies.

Ordering Activities who wish to fund multiple year leases with annual operating appropriations are advised that in a multiple year contract, the full term of the lease must be funded OR the Ordering Activity must separately fund a termination liability fee that ensures the contractor in the event that the lease is terminated for the convenience of the government for a reason other than the unavailability of government funds prior to the lease’s scheduled end.

51 58A
Operating Lease Plan For Copiers

Includes Operating Lease plans applicable to copiers only. An operating Lease plan allows Federal customers to lease the equipment for a monthly rate over a period of time, with NO intent to purchase the equipment at the end of the lease agreement period. Ownership of the asset remains with the lessor.

Ordering Activities who wish to fund multiple year leases with annual operating appropriations are advised that in a multiple year contract, the full term of the lease must be funded OR the Ordering Activity must separately fund a termination liability fee that ensures the contractor in the event that the lease is terminated for the convenience of the government for a reason other than the unavailability of government funds prior to the lease’s scheduled end.

CONTRACTING VEHICLES:

GSA SCHEDULE 36
GS-03F-0151X
SIN 51-100
SIN 51-100F
SIN 51-101 2
SIN 51 500
SIN 51 56
SIN 51 57
SIN 51 58
SIN 51 58A
SEWP logo SWEP V
NNG15SD68B

GSA logo GSA SCHEDULE 70
GS-35F-0708J
SIN 132-12
SIN 132-51
GPO logo GPO Program
951-M
GSA NIH BPA logo FSS NIH BPA
HHSN2632011500200B
DLA
S31Q16-BU-A-0006
NIH BPA
hhsn263201500200B