|Submission Date||May 12, 2017|
James Madison University
OP-12: Electronics Purchasing
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Total expenditures on desktop and laptop computers, displays, thin clients, tablets/slates, televisions, and imaging equipment:
Expenditures on EPEAT registered desktop and laptop computers, displays, thin clients, tablets/slates, televisions, and imaging equipment::
|Expenditure Per Level|
|EPEAT Gold||2221087.69 US/Canadian $|
|EPEAT Silver||1449660.91 US/Canadian $|
|EPEAT Bronze||966440.61 US/Canadian $|
Percentage of expenditures on electronic products that are EPEAT Gold registered:
Do the figures reported above include leased equipment?:
A brief description of the time period from which the figures reported above are drawn (i.e. one-year time period or representative sample):
July 1, 2015 - June 30, 2016
The website URL where information about the programs or initiatives is available:
Additional documentation to support the submission:
The expenditures listed in the "Total Expenditures on Desktop and Laptop computers, displays, thin clients, televisions and imaging equipment" is NOT an all inclusive amount. The amount listed is based on expenditures directly with Dell and Apple in FY 2016. There are also numerous smaller expenditures with other suppliers, but it is not possible for us to break out what is specific to these exact items. *Expenditures per level are estimates.
According to AASHE STARS v2.1, administrative update one (May 2016), "EPEAT is a certification for computers and other electronic products. The standard’s evaluation criteria include: energy efficiency, reduction and elimination of environmentally sensitive materials, materials selection, design for end-of-life, product longevity and life cycle extension, end-of-life management, corporate performance, and packaging characteristics. EPEAT currently registers products in 41 countries and regions."
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