Under state law (), agencies are required to make sole source contracts available for public inspection for a period of not less than 10 working days prior to the intended contract start date. Agencies are required to post instructions on how to obtain a copy of sole source contracts. Therefore, DOL makes sole source contracts available for public inspection.
The Department of Licensing contemplates awarding a sole source contract to Opex Corporation to provide a Falcon Model 72 Rapid Extraction Desk.
Opex provides efficient envelope opening using milling cutter technology and an auto-jog transport that shifts envelope contents away from the cutters, ideal for batches that involve thick or over-stuffed envelopes. The Falcon Model 72 can process intermixed envelopes of varying thicknesses, including multi-page forms, tax documents and other similar thicker envelopes. The Model 72 has the capability to process blended mail, and perform imaging functions on a single platform. It also features a money sourcing function. This equipment is ideal for the needs of the Department of Licensing mailroom processing center. This agreement will include one (1) year of maintenance
The contract will be issued on or about the effective date and shall continue for one (1) year and shall continue at the option of the Department of Licensing. The dollar value is estimated at $99,829.44 including tax, shipping and one year of maintenance.
Offerors contemplating the above requirements are required to submit capability statements detailing their ability to meet the state’s requirements by May 29, 2015. The following information should be included in the capability statements:
In the absence of other qualified sources, it is the state’s intent to make a sole source award of the contract.
To submit capability statements or for questions, contact Dana Josephs: