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71 II K

COMPREHENSIVE FURNITURE MANAGEMENT SERVICES (CFMS)

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712 1 Project Management (Furniture/Furnishings Related) - Comprehensive support for the design, reconfiguration, relocation and increasing/downsizing of office space and similar facilities. Furniture, office equipment and furnishings included.
712 2 Assets Management (Furniture and Furnishings Related) - Supply customer agencies with services designing and installing systems to manage office furniture and related inventories, includes warehouse and property disposal management
712 3 Office Relocation/Reconfiguration Management Solutions - A full range of services for relocating and/or reconfiguring existing office furniture, equipment, and related supplies. Services include but are not limited to the following: pre-move planning, relocation plan designing, reorganizing, consolidating, warehousing, staging, packing/crating, loading/unloading, delivery, setup, and related ancillary supplies such as packing materials.These services may include environmentally sustainable options designed through Environmental Protection Agency(EPA) SmartWay Program that reduce the impact of freight transport on the environment in the areas of fuel consumption, greenhouse gas, and emissions of air toxics.
712 4 Furniture Design/Layout - Services for inclusive furniture consultations, interior design and product specifications. Furniture, office equipment and furnishings included.
712 99 Introduction of New Services/Products - This SIN encompasses Services within the scope of the Comprehensive Furniture Management Services Federal Supply Schedule, and not currently available under any other SIN or Federal Supply Schedule, that may provide a more economical or efficient means for Federal government ordering activities to accomplish their mission. The new Service may significantly improve an existing Service. It may be a furniture management service existing in the commercial market, but not yet introduced to the Federal government.