This page will provide step by step instructions on how to use the print technology and associated services contract. You may also find additional resources on this page.
This may include:
The product and services catalogue and attributes model can be found in the Contract resources section below.
You should select a provider based on who best meets your agencies particular needs (evaluation criteria).
Agencies with more than five devices and requiring a cost per copy price model for their devices, are required to conduct a secondary procurement process.
The secondary procurement process is a cut down version of a standard request for proposal process to enable agencies to extract the best value for money for their PTAS requirements. Each agency’s requirements are unique and the managed cost per copy pricing option is capped, both of which enable agencies to potentially negotiate a lower rate based on their specific requirements, the most effective way to do this is to invite all providers on the panel to submit a proposal.
Guides and templates can be found in the Contract Resources section below. Please email us for any assistance on the process.
Your chosen provider works with you to finalise an offer that best suits your agency's requirements.
The provider drafts a Statement of Work using the template provided by NZGP (or a Statement of Work variation if anything changes) that reflects the agencies requirements.
The provider works with us to ensure the Statement of Work is aligned to the AoG PTAS contract terms and conditions.
The Statement of Work is signed by the agency and the provider.
A Statement of Work checklist is available below to help develop your Statement of Work.
Once print devices are installed, you are participating in the AoG PTAS contract.
While the products and services in the catalogue cannot be on sold, schools may on sell copies produced to students.
In the case where a participating agency has purchased print equipment this can be sold when it’s no longer needed by the participating agency.