Delegating Centralized Graphics/Printing Services Authority
Document Code No.: ACO 8-16(AEO)
Department/Issuing Agency: Office of the King County Executive
Effective Date: December 22, 2001
Approved: /s/ Ron Sims
Type of Action: New
Signed document (PDF, 453 KB)
This order delegates to the County Administrative Officer of the Department of Executive Services the authority to coordinate and provide centralized graphics/printing services for all County agencies.
WHEREAS, the County endeavors to provide maximum services in the most economical manner possible, and
WHEREAS, previous County studies have indicated that a centralized graphics/printing operation should produce a significant cost reduction, and
WHEREAS, the Department of Executive Services (DES) has the capability, personnel and equipment to meet a majority of the printing needs of County agencies;
NOW, THEREFORE, I, Ron Sims, King County Executive do hereby delegate to the County Administrative Officer the authority to coordinate and provide centralized printing services through the Department of Executive Services as follows:1. All departments, divisions, agencies, and programs within County government are hereby directed to submit print and graphic projects to and utilize DES’ centralized graphics/printing services.
2. Information and procedures to facilitate centralized graphics/printing services will be made available through the following:
(a) Graphics/Printing Procedures which will outline the guidelines, timelines and process to be followed to submit all graphics/printing requests to the Graphics/Printshop;
(b) The Graphics/Printshop will estimate costs from the Printing Requisition/Authorization, submitted by the requestor, and, when within their capability, will complete the printing request;
(c) The Graphics/Printshop will make appropriate determinations regarding specific projects and, if necessary, submit the project for processing through the regular competitive bid process and/or appropriate procurement process.
Dated this 12 day of December, 2001.
/s/ Ron Sims, King County Executive
/s/ Bob Roegner, Manager
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