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Tender for a locker system for self-issue of laptops to students.

  London United Kingdom — University College London (UCL)
Published April 18, 2014 — Deadline May 26, 2014 (4 years ago)
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Notice type
Contract notice
Buyer category
Education
Description of the Service: The contract is for the supply, installation and maintenance of a laptop locker system. A student will use a smart locker system to borrow, via self-issue using their UCL ID/Library Card and their library personal identification number (PIN), a laptop computer. Pilot Phase: UCL plans to pilot the laptop locker system in two locations that will form the pilot phase 12 laptops available for loan at the Royal Free Medical Library 24 laptops available for loan at the UCL Main Library, Wilkins Building If the pilot is successful, it is envisaged that the supply will grow substantially from this pilot phase over the next 2-3 years, with a likely total of 150-200 laptops in use via this locker system by 2015/16. If the pilot phase is successful, this framework agreement will then be used to provide further lockers as the initiative is rolled out. Note that there is no guarantee of any further orders beyond the initial pilot stage. Also note that the contract does not include the supply of laptops.

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