Dear Public Records Office,
Under the Washington Public Records Act, §42.56 et seq., I am requesting an opportunity to inspect or obtain copies of public records that pertain to the Port of Seattle’s Managed Print Services RFP 15-04, the resulting contract, the administration of the resulting contract, and equipment related to print and copy services. Included in this request, but not limited to:
- All vendor RFP 15-04 responses in full
- All documents, presentations, and materials from vendor interviews
- All score, grading, and notes from each evaluation committee member
- All documents, schedules, notes, emails, and communication documents from and to employees (including but not limited to Tim Jayne and Amy Pierce) and agents of the Port of Seattle, including any department, division, office or other agency administratively attached thereto
- All emails including attachments, calendar requests, hardcopy documents, phone call records, invoices, spreadsheets, and all other data from or to Xerox, Xerox Corporation, QBSI or their agents.
- All equipment records including lease agreements, shipping records, service agreements, finance agreements, purchase orders, invoices for each copier, printer, multifunction device, multifunction printer, MFD, MFP, or other printing related equipment
The Washington Public Records Act requires a response to this request be made within five business days. If access to the records I am requesting will take longer than this amount of time, please contact me with information about when I might expect copies or the ability to inspect the requested records.
If you deny any or all of this request, please cite each specific exemption you feel justifies the refusal to release the information and notify me of the appeal procedures available to me under the law.
Woodburn Company reserves all rights without limit to submit a subsequent public records request.