FEDLINK posted its Books and Library Publications Acquisition Services Solicitation on FedBizOps.
FEDLINK provide these services on behalf of participating Federal Libraries, Federal information centers, other entities of the Federal Government, and the District of Columbia. Libraries and other Federal offices can centralize the acquisition of books and library publications through qualified firms to reduce the Government's time and labor investment in acquiring information needed to support agency missions.
Under the Books and Library Publications Acquisition services, materials can be ordered from contractors, publishers, manufacturers, distributors, or producers of non-print firm ordered materials that can supply books and library publications (non-serial publications) and associated acquisition support services. Contractors can also provide a variety of associated services that support the execution and administration of Library acquisitions operations, and the delivery and physical processing of materials.
This includes (1) Firm Orders, (2) Approval Plans, (3) Leasing Plans, and (4) Technical Processing Services. (Contractors may provide technical processing only for materials supplied under this contract.), and varied publishing formats and/or media such as books, electronic books/publications, reports, treatises, encyclopedias, atlases, sound recordings, videotapes, CD-ROMS, audio-visual materials, and reprints.
For more information on the solicitation, contact:
Janice A Aiken,