|Submission Date||Feb. 27, 2019|
University of Louisville
OP-12: Electronics Purchasing
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Director of Procurement
Business Services - Purchasing
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||1,400,000 US/Canadian $|
|EPEAT Silver||0 US/Canadian $|
|EPEAT Bronze||0 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):
Figures reported above are for calendar year 2017 (the most recent year available).
The website URL where information about the programs or initiatives is available:
Additional documentation to support the submission:
Accurate data about EPEAT certifications on the equipment UofL purchases are difficult to come by as our suppliers do not provide this information. We do know, however, that all Apple products purchased by UofL are EPEAT Gold Certified and an approximate spend on Apple products for 2017 is $1.4 million.
Additional computer purchases in 2017 include:
Personal computers purchased through Amazon: $6,885.97
Computer Equipment purchased through Amazon: $20,477.39
Computers purchased from Dell: $600,000
Computer Equipment purchased from Dell: $100,000
Computers and Computer Equipment purchased from Lenovo/Connection: $874,333.84
We are unsure of the EPEAT status of these non-Apple products, but a cursory search of the EPEAT registry (https://epeat.sourcemap.com/) did not provide any matches to non-Apple products UofL purchased in 2017.
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