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65--Pulp Products BPA

Department of Veterans Affairs, VA Palo Alto Health Care System | Published September 15, 2009
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The Western States Network Consortium has awarded a Blanket Purchase Agreement to Vernacare, Inc for their line of pulp fiber patient care products.

36--Pulp and Paper Industries Machinery

Defense Logistics Agency, DLA Acquisition Locations | Published September 25, 2014
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MOLDED PULP SERVICE TRAY

General Services Administration, Federal Acquisition Service (FAS) | Published August 20, 2009  -  Deadline August 27, 2009
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This solicitation is for the procurement of a MOLDED PULP SERVICE TRAY, identified as National Stock Number 7350-01-159-9517under a Standing Quote Agreement. Please see the attached solicitation for a complete description of this NSN. Offerors must meet the conditions listed in the solicitation and award will be made based on the lowest evaluated price, technically acceptable offer. This item is listed as a Brand Name or Equal. If you offer other than a brand name item identified in this solicitation, you must provide adequate information for GSA to determine the equality of the product(s) offered. Please forward printed specifications of the item you are offering along with your quote and complete on page 4, 511.104-70 Solicitation Provisions. A sample may be requested to be delivered overnight. If the offeror is not the manufacturer, a commitment letter from the manufacturer is required for consideration. This award will serve as a Standing Quote Agreement not to exceed $100K.

4 OZ MOLDED PULP PAPER EATING BOWL

General Services Administration, Federal Acquisition Service (FAS) | Published April 28, 2011  -  Deadline May 4, 2011
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This solicitation is for the procurement of a BOWL, EATING (PAPER) Molded Pulp, identified as National Stock Number 7350-00-458-0089 under a Standing Quote Agreement. Please see the attached Request for Quote (RFQ) for a complete description of this NSN. Offerors must meet the conditions listed in the RFQ and award will be made based on the lowest evaluated price, technically acceptable offer. Please forward printed specifications of the item you are offering along with your quote. A sample may be requested to be delivered overnight. If the offeror is not the manufacturer, a commitment letter from the manufacturer is required for consideration. This award will serve as a Standing Quote Agreement not to exceed $150K.

Batch processing equipment working with wood pulp and acid

Department of Agriculture, Forest Service | Published July 29, 2010  -  Deadline August 31, 2010
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Scope of Contract Statement of Work The successful bidder will provide, in accordance with this statement of work, technical specifications and the contract clauses and provisions; batch processing equipment for working wood pulp and cellulosic biomass under acid conditions. The equipment includes a 100 gallon pressure vessel for mixing higher viscosity biomass suspensions, a 100 gallon pressure vessel for managing chemicals preparation and low viscosity suspensions/solutions, a 1000 gallon pressure vessel for larger scale work with high viscosity suspensions, a 1500 gallon reactor needed for managing acid filtrates, and an agitated pressure filter for recovering suspended solids with all accessories and peripheral equipment to make a complete working system as indicated in the Technical Specification below, minus any plumbing or electric requirements to make this system work. All equipment specified must be delivered no later than 180 calendar days after contract award. All bids will be F.O.B. destination. The exact location for the items to be delivered on the Forest Products Laboratory campus will be coordinated with the Contracting Officer's Representative prior to shipping. Technical Specifications: Required capabilities of the five pieces of equipment are described below. 100 Gallon working volume jacketed pressure vessel • Pressure rated to 150 psig or higher • Temperature rated to 200 degrees centigrade, or higher • Steam (heating) jacket rated for 90 pound steam, or higher • Capable of withstanding a temperature shock of 100 degrees centigrade over a 10 minute period. • Materials of construction suitable for use with 70% by weight sulfuric acid at 0 degrees Centigrade up to 150 degrees centigrade. • Materials of construction also suitable for use with 5 % by weight sulfuric acid at 0 degrees centigrade up to 170 degrees centigrade. • Reactor to be equipped with an agitator capable of handling up to 15% by weight suspended wood pulp solids. Capability of handling mixture viscosities as high as 100,000 cp are needed for some reactions. Capability of mixing at lower viscosity (2000 cp) is also desirable. • Reactor to be equipped with a manual discharge valve that mounts flush to the bottom of the reactor (zero dead volume) • Reactor to be supplied complete with variable frequency controller • Reactor to be supplied with RTD or suitable alternative temperature sensor • Reactor to be equipped with side lugs for mounting on an elevated steel deck • Reactor to include a flange mounted baffle 100 Gallon working volume jacketed pressure vessel • Pressure rated to 150 psig or higher • Temperature rated to 200 degrees centigrade, or higher • Steam (heating) jacket rated for 90 pound steam, or higher • Capable of withstanding a temperature shock of 100 degrees centigrade over a 10 minute period. • Materials of construction suitable for use with 70% by weight sulfuric acid at 0 degrees Centigrade up to 150 degrees centigrade. • Materials of construction also suitable for use with 5 % by weight sulfuric acid at 0 degrees centigrade up to 170 degrees centigrade. • Reactor to be equipped with an agitator for lower viscosity liquids including 93% sulfuric acid and water. • Reactor to be equipped with a manual discharge valve that mounts flush to the bottom of the reactor (zero dead volume) • Reactor to be supplied complete with variable frequency controller • Reactor to be supplied with RTD or suitable alternative temperature sensor • Reactor to be equipped with side lugs for mounting on an elevated steel deck • Reactor to include a flange mounted baffle 1000 gallon working volume jacketed pressure vessel • Pressure rated to 150 psig or higher • Temperature rated to 200 degrees centigrade, or higher • Steam jacket rated for 90 pound steam, or higher • Materials of construction suitable for use with 70% by weight sulfuric acid at 0 degrees Centigrade up to 150 degrees centigrade. • Materials of construction also suitable for use with 5% by weight sulfuric acid at 0 degrees centigrade up to 170 degrees centigrade. • Reactor to be equipped with an agitator capable of handling up to 15% by weight suspended wood pulp solids. Capability of handling mixture viscosities as high as 100,000 cp are needed for some reactions. • Reactor to be equipped with an air operated discharge valve that mounts flush to the bottom of the reactor (zero dead volume) • Reactor to be supplied complete with variable frequency controller • Reactor to be supplied with RTD or suitable alternative temperature sensor • Reactor to have legs for mounting to a cement floor • Reactor to include a flange mounted baffle 1500 gallon working volume jacketed reactor • Temperature rated to 200 degrees centigrade, or higher • Pressure rated at 100 psig or higher • Steam jacket rated for 90 pound steam, or higher • Materials of construction suitable for use with 70% sulfuric acid at 0 degrees centigrade up to 100 degrees centigrade. • Materials of construction also suitable for use with 5% sulfuric acid at 0 degrees centigrade up to 100 degrees centigrade. • Reactor to be equipped with an agitator capable of handling up to 10% suspended wood pulp solids. Capability of handling mixture viscosities as high as 100,000 cp are needed for some reactions. • Reactor to be equipped with an air operated discharge valve that mounts flush to the bottom of the reactor (zero dead volume) • Reactor to be supplied complete with variable frequency controller • Reactor to be supplied with RTD or suitable alternative temperature sensor • Reactor to have legs for mounting to a cement floor • Reactor to include a flange mounted baffle Agitated Pressure Filter • Filter must be rated for use at vacuum up to 40 psig • Materials of construction must be suitable for use with 70% by weight sulfuric acid at temperatures up to 100 degrees centigrade, and 5% by weight sulfuric acid at temperatures up to 100 degrees centigrade. • Filter area to be 8.5 sq feet or larger • Reactor to be equipped with a manual discharge valve that mounts flush to the bottom of the filter (zero dead volume) • Reactor to be supplied complete with variable frequency controller for the agitator

MOLDED PULP SERVICE TRAY

General Services Administration, Federal Acquisition Service (FAS) | Published August 31, 2009
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AWARD INFORMATION: Burlington, NJ Depot @ $49.55/BX of 100 French Camp, CA Depot @ $50.17/BX of 100

87 -- Provide sugar beet pulp pellets and Type #2, Yellow Whole Corn

Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service | Published September 7, 2007  -  Deadline September 14, 2007
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This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial items prepared in accordance with the format in Subpart 12.6, as supplemented with additional information included in this notice. This announcement constitutes the only solicitation; proposals are being requested and a written solicitation will not be issued. Solicitation No. AG-95CV-S-07-0030 is issued as a request for quotation (RFQ). The solitication document and incorporated provisions and clauses are those in effect through Federal Acquisition Circular 2005-19. Provide Sugar Beet Pulp pellets (by-product of sugar beet processing) and Type #2, Yellow Whole Corn, in accordance with the quantities, dates and delivery locations per each line item. Corn shall contain minimal dust and cracking of kernels. Unloading of corn shall be done by bottom dump hoppers--no lifting required, with unloading times varying between 1/2 and 1 hour per truckload. NOTE: 24-hour notice is required prior to all deliveries. Deliveries shall occur Monday through Friday, except holidays, between the hours 8:00 am and 2:30 pm local time. No deliveries after 2:30 pm. Variation in quantity is limited to 5% of tonnage per line item. Multiple purchase orders may be awarded. Locations are: Headquarters: 4 miles north and 1.5 miles each of Dubois, ID, on I-15, Exist 172. Mud Lake Feedlot: 1 mile west of Mud Lake, ID 01. Sugar beet pulp pellets, delivered to Headquarters, Dubois, ID, between 22 September and 12 October 2007. $_______/ton x 66 tons = $___________. 02. Sugar beet pulp pellets, delivered to Headquarters, Dubois, ID, between 13 and 30 November 2007. $________/ton x 100 tons = $____________. 03. Sugar beet pulp pellets, delivery to Mud Lake Feedlot, Mud Lake, ID, between 13 and 30 November 2007. $________/ton x 40 tons = $__________. 04. Type #2, Yellow Whole Corn, delivered to Mud Lake Feedlot, Mud Lake, ID, between 13 and 30 November 2007. $________/ton x 150 tons = $_________. 05. Type #2, Yellow Whole Corn, dlivered to Headquarters, Dubois, ID, between 03 and 21 December 2007. $________/ton x 150 tons = $_________. 52.211-16, Variance in Quantity; 52.212-1, Instructions to Offerors--Commercial Items (provisions); 52.212-4, Contract Terms and Conditions--Commercial Items; and 52.212-5, Contract Terms and Conditions Required to Implement Statues or Executive Orders--Commercial Items (clauses), apply to this acquisition. The following additional FAR clauses are applicable: 52.211-16, Variation in Quantity; 52.219-6, Notice of Total Small Business Set-Aside; 52.219-14, Limitations on Subcontracting; 52.222-3, Convict Labor; 52.222-19, Child Labor--Cooperation with Authorities and remedies; 52.222-21, Prohibition of Segregated Facilities; 52.222-26, Equal Opportunity; 52.222-36, Affirmative Action for Workers with Disabilities; 52.225-1, Buy American Act--Supplies; 52.225-13, Restriction on Certain Foreign Porchases; 52.232-33, Payment by Electronic Funds Transfer--Central Contrator Registration. Evaluation will be based on price only. Offerers are advised to include a completed copy of the provision at 52.212-3, Offeror Representations and Certifications--Commercial Items, with their offer.

68--Sole Source requirement for Nitrocellulose, Grade C, Type I, Alcolhel Wet (NC) Pulp.

Department of the Navy, Naval Sea Systems Command | Published April 9, 2010  -  Deadline April 15, 2010
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Naval Surface Warfare Center, Indian Head Division has a Sole Source Requirement for Nitrocellulose grade C, Type I, Alcohol Wet (NC) Pulp with Alliant Techsystems Inc., Energetic Systems Division, Route 114, Radford, VA 24143-0100. The NAICS Code is 325920 and FSC Code is 6810. Interested persons may identify their interest and capability to respond the requirements of submitted proposals. However, all proposals need to be submitted on the Attached RFQ and to be received with in 5 days after date of publication of the synopsis will be considered by the Government. A determination by the Government not to compete with this proposed contract based upon responses to this notice is solely with the discretion of the Government. Information received will normally be considered solely for the purpose of determining whether to conduct a competitive procurement. Note 3 Applies.

12 oz Molded Pulp Bowl

General Services Administration, Federal Acquisition Service (FAS) | Published March 15, 2012
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4 OZ MOLDED PULP PAPER EATING BOWL

General Services Administration, Federal Acquisition Service (FAS) | Published May 6, 2011
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Norex Group Contract award price for Burlington, NJ Depot at $68.77/box of 2K and French Camp, CA Depot at $67.97/box of 2K.

Recruiting Branding Items

United States Capitol Police, Office of Procurement | Published September 21, 2017  -  Deadline September 28, 2017
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Item #1: Wake-up Classic Coffee Cup (Disposable) - 16 oz; Qty: 300Item #2: Economy Tote; Qty: 2,500Item #3: 40 Point Pulp Board Coaster Square; Qty: 10,000Item #4: Custom Scratch Pad; Qty: 10,000Item #5: Lanyard with flat panel; Qty: 1,000Item #6: Water Bottle - 20 oz; Qty: 500Item #7: Paragon Pen - LPG Style or similar; Qty: 5,000Item #8: Shipping Cost

Secure Document Destruction Suitland MD

National Archives and Records Administration, NAA | Published June 3, 2014  -  Deadline July 3, 2014
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Secure Document Destruction Suitland, MD The NARA Federal Records Centers have an ongoing need for the destruction of stored paper that is no longer viable for record keeping purposes. The Record Centers require a smooth, continual process of shipping and destruction in order to create space for the new annual transfers they receive from various agencies. In order to facilitate the process, the Government desires to create a no-cost contract for the shipping, storage, and destruction of the stored records while receiving revenue for part of the recycled paper value per the Pulp and Paper Weekly for mixed paper. This will be a firm-fixed price purchase order.

55--FOR SALEGOVERNMENT PROPERTY TIMBER TO BE SOLD ATFORT DRUM MILITARY RESERVATION, NEW YORKUNDER INVITATION NO. DACA65-B-10-06

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers | Published September 8, 2010  -  Deadline October 7, 2010
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The Norfolk District is offering for sale the following items: ITEM AREA ACRES PRODUCT PULPWOOD/TONS HARVEST METHOD 1 11-01 58 Hardwood Sawtimber 97.5 MBF selectively marked Hardwood Pulp 250 Tons Lump Sum Sale 2 11-02 123 Softwood PulP 1,845 Tons selectively marked Weight Scale Sale 3 11-06 50 Hardwood and Softwood Sawtimber and 176.4 MBF selectively marked Pulp 885 Tons Lump Sum Sale 4 11-08 17 Hardwood and Softwood Sawtimber 42.4 MBF selectively marked Hardwood Pulp 525 Tons Lump Sum Sale 5 11-09 28 Hardwood and Softwood Sawtimber and 189.6 MBF selectively marked Pulp 429 Tons Lump Sum Sale The total number of items for this sale is FIVE (5). The timber to be sold may be inspected by prospective purchasers through October 4, 2010, by appointment only. Arrangements for inspections should be made by contacting Mr. Rodger Voss, telephone (315) 772-3170. Sealed bids will be accepted until 2:00 p.m., October 7, 2010, by the Acquisition, Management and Disposal Section, Real Estate Office, Norfolk District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, 803 Front Street, Norfolk, Virginia 23510-1096, and then and there publicly opened and announced. Forms for use in submitting bids may be obtained from Mr. Rodger Voss at Fort Drum or from the Acquisition, Management and Disposal Section, address shown above. Terms and conditions of sale, procedure for submitting bids, and a description of the timber are contained in the bid forms. This sale will be sold by Lump Sum or Weight Scale as noted.

Secure Document Destruction & Recycling Chicago & Great Lakes

National Archives and Records Administration, NAA | Published September 3, 2014  -  Deadline October 3, 2014
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Secure Document Destruction and Recycling Chicago and Great Lakes, IL SEE ATTACHED REQUEST FOR QUOTES The NARA Federal Records Centers have an ongoing need for the destruction of stored paper that is no longer viable for record keeping purposes. The Record Centers require a smooth, continual process of shipping and destruction in order to create space for the new annual transfers they receive from various agencies. In order to facilitate the process, the Government desires to create a no-cost contract for the shipping, storage, and destruction of the stored records while receiving revenue for part of the recycled paper value per the Pulp and Paper Weekly for mixed paper. This will be a firm-fixed price purchase order.

T -- Continuous Tabulating Roll Paper T- -

Government Printing Office, Customer Services Department | Published October 1, 2007  -  Deadline October 12, 2007
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Single award contract for the period Date of Award to September 30,2008, for the Health & Human Services/NIH. Anticipate approximately 2 to 6 orders per year, for approximately 1,500,000 to 2,100,000 forms (25 to 35 rolls) per order. the quantity per order is approximately 1,800,000 forms (30 rolls). White Chemical Wood Bond;principally bleached chemical wood pulp; free from unbleached or ground wood pulp; basis weight 20 pounds per 500 sheets, 17 x 22 inches. Bid opening October 12,2007.Complete specifications available online via www.gpo.gov/bidopps/central/index.shtml or from the Point of Contact below.

55--FOR SALE

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers | Published September 24, 2013  -  Deadline October 24, 2013
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The Norfolk District is offering for sale the following items: ITEM AREA ACRES PRODUCT ESTIMATES HARVEST DATES 1 14-01 290 7000 Tons HDWD/ Conifer Pulp 29 Oct. 2013-28 Feb. 2014 Any Saw logs paid on sliding scale 2 14-02 296 1400 Tons HDWD chip material 29 Oct. 2013-15 Apr. 2014 3 14-04 190 6000 Tons HDWD Pulp 1 Dec. 2013-28 Feb. 2014 4 14-06 327 5000 Tons HDWD/Conifer Pulp 1 Dec. 2013-15 Mar. 2014 The total number of items for this sale is FOUR (4). The timber to be sold may be inspected by prospective purchasers through October 21, 2013, by appointment only. Arrangements for inspections should be made by contacting Mr. Rodger Voss, telephone (315) 772-3170. Sealed bids will be accepted until 2:00 p.m., October 24, 2013, by the Acquisition, Management and Disposal Section, Real Estate Office, Norfolk District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, 803 Front Street, Norfolk, Virginia 23510-1096, and then and there publicly opened and announced. Forms for use in submitting bids may be obtained from Mr. Rodger Voss at Fort Drum or from the Acquisition, Management and Disposal Section, address shown above or online at www.fbo.gov Solicitation number W91236-13-06. Terms and conditions of sale, procedure for submitting bids, and a description of the timber are contained in the bid forms. This sale will be sold by Weight Scale. Any saw logs will be sold on Sliding Scale.

Single Drum Hydraulic Lift Roller Chopper

Department of Agriculture, Forest Service | Published April 7, 2011  -  Deadline April 28, 2011
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The purpose of this solicitation is to procure a Single Drum Hydraulic Lift Roller Chopper for the Huron Manistee National Forests to accomplish the following sample of activities: Cut slash and tops after logging or pulp wood harvesting, Wildlife habitat areas and food plots, clean up storm damage to forests land, Establishment of planting areas, not conclusive

Steam Cycle Washer

Department of Energy, Idaho National Laboratory (DOE Contractor) | Published November 24, 2008  -  Deadline December 15, 2008
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Through a Department of Energy Grant the Idaho National Laboratory (INL) is collaborating with Steam Filter LLC in the design, fabrication and installation of a patented 450-500 Air-Dry-Ton per Day Steam Cycle Washer (SCW) for washing of unbleached pulp. The feasibiliby of the process has been tested and demonstrated through bench scale and pilot plant tests. Data generated from the tests has confirmed that the SCW will: 1) reduce power consumtion 2) reduce evaporative load 3) reduce fuel/steam consumption 4) reduce soda consumption 5) reduce plant effluent and fresh water usage (30-50%) 6) increase fiber yeild (1-2%) and quality, resulting in potential 40-60 $/ADT operating savings. The INL is soliciting industry participation to demonstrate the SCW in an operating pulp mill and to generate commercial scale production operating data. As a part of the demonstration project the INL and Steam Filter LLC will complete the design (90% complete), and fabrication (30% complete) of the SCW, and will transport and install it in the participant's pulp mill at no cost to the mill. At the conclusion of the SCW demonstration project the participant(s) will have an option to lease or purchase the SCW from Steam Filter LLC, or have the SCW removed from their plant. No federal funds willbe provided to industry participant(s) as a part of this project. Interested companies should provide a response on or before December 15, 2008. Additional information may be requested from: Dean Harding, Project Manager, E-Mail: dean.harding@inl.gov, Telephone: (208) 526-6111; David R Anderson, Business Lead, E-Mail: david.anderson@inl.gov, Telephone (208) 526-0837, or Reijo Salminen, Technical Lead, E-Mail: reijo.salminen@yahoo.com, Telephone: (360) 714-8416.

Secure Document Destruction Chicago

National Archives and Records Administration, NAA | Published June 13, 2016  -  Deadline July 15, 2016
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PLEASE SEE ATTACHED REQUEST FOR QUOTESSecure Document DestructionChicago and Great Lakes, ILThe NARA Records Centers have an ongoing need for the destruction of stored paper and cardboard that is no longer viable for record keeping purposes. The Records Centers require a smooth, continual process of shipping and destruction in order to create space for the new annual accessions that it receives from various agencies. In order to facilitate the process, the Government desires to create a no-cost contract for the shipping, storage, and destruction of the stored records while receiving revenue for part of the recycled paper value per the high Pulp and Paper Week (PPW) for the area nearest the NARA facility/facilities for mixed paper. The nature of the material to be destroyed comes in two basic varieties: 1) Government-witnessed material (that which must be destroyed in the presence of a Government official via a one-step process in order to insure maximum protection from disclosure); and 2) Contractor-witnessed material (requires a certified document verifying that the destruction of the material was witnessed by the Contractor's management staff). These classifications, as briefly noted above, require different procedures for shipping, storage, and destruction. It is imperative that the requisite safeguards are followed.

Secure Document Destruction Ft. Worth, TX

National Archives and Records Administration, NAA | Published September 11, 2015  -  Deadline October 15, 2015
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SEE ATTACHED REQUEST FOR QUOTES INCLUDING PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT The NARA Records Centers have an ongoing need for the destruction of stored paper and cardboard that is no longer viable for record keeping purposes. The Records Centers require a smooth, continual process of shipping and destruction in order to create space for the new annual accessions that it receives from various agencies. In order to facilitate the process, the Government desires to create a no-cost contract for the shipping, storage, and destruction of the stored records while receiving revenue for part of the recycled paper value per the high Pulp and Paper Week (PPW) for the area nearest the NARA facility/facilities for mixed paper. The nature of the material to be destroyed comes in two basic varieties: 1) Government-witnessed material (that which must be destroyed in the presence of a Government official via a one-step process in order to insure maximum protection from disclosure); and 2) Contractor-witnessed material (requires a certified document verifying that the destruction of the material was witnessed by the Contractor's management staff). These classifications, as briefly noted above, require different procedures for shipping, storage, and destruction. It is imperative that the requisite safeguards are followed. The Contractor shall provide all labor, personnel, equipment, supplies, secured vehicles, materials, supervision and other related services necessary to provide off-site commercial document destruction services for the Records Centers located at Ft. Worth, TX.