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425/specs/17-03

Texas Specification No. 425-17-03

Effective Date: March 1, 1985

Reformatted Date: June 28, 1996

SPECIFICATION

for

DATA PROCESSING WORK STATIONS, BI-LEVEL

(WITH ADJUSTABLE KEYBOARDS)

1. SCOPE: This specification establishes requirements for desk-like work stations designed for use in data processing environments. Tow work surface sizes, each with adjustable height cut-out key board areas, and a variety of modular components are specified to provide flexibility in selecting a work station that best meets the users needs. Full length split level work surface models are not covered by this specification.

2. CLASSIFICATION: Work stations furnished under this specification shall be classified by type, size, style, and color.

2.1. Type: Stations shall be classified by type as specified in Table 1.

TABLE 1

TYPE CLASSIFICATION

Type Description
AWS Data processing work station with adjustable height key board cutout area

2.2. Size: Units shall be classified by size according to the dimensions of the primary work surface as specified in Table 2.

TABLE 2

SIZE CLASSIFICATION

Size Dimensions (width x depth) 1/2"
48.00 48.0" x 30.0" (121.9 cm x 76.2 cm)
60.00 60.0" x 30.0" (152.4 cm x 76.2 cm)

2.3. Style: Units shall be classified by style according to the modular components with which the unit is equipped and the position of the keyboard. Tow-digit style designation shall be shown in Table 3, with the first digit indicating the left-hand selection (component or keyboard) and the second digit indicating the right-hand selection (component or keyboard). A "K" shall be used to indicate the keyboard position. Style designation digits shall be in accordance with the Style Designation Code. Due to the space taken by the keyboard cut-out area, forty-eight inch (48") wide units may not be equipped with components but the keyboard position may be specified. Sixty inch (60") wide units may be equipped with no components or only one component, mounted either left or right. A designation "KK" shall indicate a keyboard in the approximate center (laterally) of the work station with no components. There are no provisions in this specification for double pedestal work stations.

TABLE 3

STYLE DESIGNATIONS

Keyboard -- Left Keyboard -- Right
K0 0K
K1 1K
K2 2K
K3 3K
K4 4K
K5 5K
K7 7K
K9 9K

KK -- Keyboard Centered (no Components)

STYLE DESIGNATION CODES

K Keyboard (adjustable
0.00 No modular component
1.00 1-drawer pedestal: one DP document file drawer
2.00 2-drawers: one utility drawer and one letter/legal file drawer
3.00 3-drawers: one utility drawers and two card tray storage drawers
4.00 Electronics module with one adjustable shelf
5.00 DP media storage pedestal with vertical and horizontal dividers
7.00 Side bar ("L" return), "M" height, approximately 3.0" lower than main work surface
9.00 Side bar ("L" return), "D" height, flush with main work surface

2.4. Color: Units shall be classified by color according to the plastic laminate work surface color and the painted surfaces color as shown in Table 4. The first two letters of the color designation shall indicate the work surface color, and the last letter shall indicate the painted surfaces color.

TABLE 4

COLOR CLASSIFICATION

Laminate Work Surface Color Painted Surfaces Color Painted Surfaces Color Painted Surfaces Color
Black (B) Putty (P) Grey (G)
Woodgrain Walnut (WA) WAB WAP WAG
Woodgrain Light Oak (LO) LOB LOP LOG
Off-White (OW) OWB OWP OWG

3. APPLICABLE SPECIFICATIONS AND STANDARDS: References to specifications, standards and test methods shall be to the issues in effect on the date of the Invitation for Bids. Copies of the referenced documents may be obtained from the issuing organizations at the addresses shown. The following publications form a part of this specification to the extent specified herein:

3.1. AMERICAN IRON AND STEEL INSTITUTE (AISI), 150 East 42nd Street, New York, NY 10017:

3.1.1. AISI -- Steel Products Manual, Carbon Steel Sheets.

3.2. AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARDS INSTITUTE (ANSI), 1430 Broadway, New York, NY 10018:

3.2.1. ANSI -- A 208.1-79, Mat-Formed Particleboard.

3.3. AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING AND MATERIALS (ASTM), 1916 Race Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103:

3.3.1. ASTM -- D 1037-78, Standard Methods of Evaluating the Properties of Wood-Base Fiber and Particle Panel Materials.

3.4. NATIONAL ELECTRICAL MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION (NEMA), 2101 L Street, NW, Washington, DC 20037:

3.4.1. NEMA -- LD 3-75, High Pressure Decorative Laminates.

3.5. FEDERAL DOCUMENTS, Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, DC 20402:

3.5.1. PS 1-83, U.S. Product Standard for Construction and Industrial Plywood.

4. DEFINITIONS: Terminology used in this specification is intended to be generic in nature and consistent with meanings that have been defined through general use, accepted trade practices, or industry standards. Where variant meanings may exist, the applicable definition shall be determined by the Texas Procurement and Support Services (TPASS).

5. REQUIREMENTS:

5.1. General: All work stations shall be new, unused, currently standard products of an established manufacturer, except for such deviations as may be required by this specification. Units shall be free from all imperfections and defects that might affect appearance, normal life, or serviceability. Details not specifically described herein shall be in accordance with the best commercial practices or products of this type.

5.2. Construction and Component Requirements: Work stations furnished under this specification shall meet or exceed the following requirements and have as a minimum the components that are specified. All components not specifically mentioned, that are necessary for the unit to be complete and ready for use, shall be furnished by the successful bidder.

5.2.1. Materials: Materials used in the fabrication of stations furnished under this specification shall be as specified herein. Materials not specifically defined shall be in accordance with the best commercial practices for products of this type.

5.2.1.1. Particleboard: Particleboard shall have a minimum thickness of one inch (1") (2.54 cm) and shall meet the requirements of ANSI Standard A208.1-79, Type I, Grade B, Class 2, except that minimum density shall not be less than 45.0 lbs/cubic ft, and the average face screw holding capacity shall not be less than 285.0 lbs.

5.2.1.2. Plywood: Minimum acceptable plywood shall be A-B interior grade or better, conforming to the requirements of U.S. Product Standard PS 1-83. All plywood shall be a minimum of 5-ply with a minimum thickness of 1.0" (2.54 cm).

5.2.1.3. Plastic Laminate: Plastic laminates used on the work surfaces shall be of the high pressure type as defined in the NEMA Standard No. LD 3-75. Decorative laminate shall be Type 1, General Purpose, and shall be a minimum of 0.030" (0.076 cm) thick. Non-decorative laminate shall be Type 4, Backer, and shall be a minimum of 0.020" (0.051 cm) thick. Decorative laminate shall have a non-glare finish.

5.2.1.4. Steel: Steel sheets and tubular steel shall be of commercial quality cold rolled steel with a stretcher level standard of flatness as defined in the AISI Steel Products Manual, Carbon Steel Sheets. Steel gauges shall be suitable for the end use in accordance with the best commercial practices for products of this type. Steel shall be free from rust, scale, pits, scratches, laps, crimps, and buckles which might affect appearance, strength, or serviceability.

5.2.1.5. Hardware: Leg glides, bolts, nuts, screws, washers, and other fastening devices shall be of the type, style, and size normally used commercially in products of this type. Leg glides shall permit a minimum of 0.50" adjustment, easily made without the use of tools, and shall remain fixed at the point of adjustment. All hardware shall be corrosion resistant or suitably treated to resist corrosion. The use of paint, lacquer, or similar materials as the sole treatment to resist corrosion shall not be acceptable.

5.2.2. Design Requirements: Work stations shall be of a contemporary design and shall consist essentially of a work surface, an adjustable keyboard, leg assemblies, modesty panel or combination modesty panel and/or utility shelf, and modular components (pedestals and/or "L" return). The height of the primary work surface shall be approximately 29-30" when measured with the leveling glides set at their lowest adjustment.

Note: The height (29"-30") is nominal but any variation in excess of 1.0" shall be subject to review and possible disqualification by the Approved Products Committee.

5.2.2.1. Work Surface: The primary work surface shall be a particleboard or plywood core covered with high pressure plastic laminate. The plastic laminate applied to each surface of the core shall be in one continuous piece. The top side of the work surface shall be covered with decorative laminate, and the bottom side of the work surface shall be covered with non-decorative backer laminate. The edges of the work surface shall be either self-edged with the same decorative laminate as the top or covered with a vinyl molding strip. When woodgrain plastic laminate is specified, the woodgrain pattern on top shall run in the width dimension (side to side). A cut-out area to accommodate the adjustable keyboard shall be positioned as designated in Paragraph 2.3.

5.2.2.2. Adjustable Keyboard: The adjustable keyboard shall consist of a work surface which matches the cut-out in the primary work surface in size and shape, and duplicates the primary work surface in construction and materials. The size of the keyboard shall be a nominal 12" deep and 24" wide and shall accommodate all popular data processing keyboards. The adjusting mechanism and supporting structure shall be of rigid, heavy duty construction which supports the integrity of the overall work station. The adjusting mechanism shall provide the following minimums:

5.2.2.2.1. 2.0" minimum adjustment range.

5.2.2.2.2. at least 3 height selections beginning with the main work surface height and ending no higher than 26.5" with glides set at their lowest adjustment.

5.2.2.2.3. easy mechanical adjustment without tools

5.2.2..2.4. slip-proof stops which indicate no sign of slippage after undergoing the shock test as stated in the Structural Integrity section of the Quality Assurance Requirements (Paragraph 5.2.4.2.).

Note: The keyboard size is nominal but any variation in width or depth in excess of 2" shall be subject to review and possible disqualification by the Approved Products Committee.

5.2.2.3. Leg Assemblies: The work surface shall be supported by steel leg assemblies on each side which are connected by a modesty panel or a utility shelf/modesty panel combination. The leg assemblies shall be of either an "I" design or a cantilever design consisting of an upright, a base, and a work surface support device. Approved variations in construction which embody the intent of these general designs shall be acceptable. The operator's side of the leg shall be no closer to the vertical plane that intersects the operator's side edge of the work surface than 12". All load-bearing parts of the leg assemblies shall be steel. Tubular steel with exposed ends shall be sealed with factory installed plugs which will not come loose during normal usage. The base of each leg assembly shall be chrome plated, covered with a durable non-maring material, such as vinyl, or have its top surface protected by a securely affixed scuffplate of chrome plated metal, stainless steel, color impregnated vinyl or other suitable material that will complement and maintain the appearance of the base. It shall cover the top of the base and shall extend down the front and sides of the base sufficiently to protect it from normal foot contact. The base shall also be equipped with tow leveling glides.

5.2.2.4. Modest Panel and Modesty Panel/Utility Shelf: A modesty panel or a combination modesty panel/utility shelf, whichever is the manufacturer's standard, shall extend the full width of the space between the legs and shall have a minimum height of 12.0" (30.5 cm). The desired depth of the utility shelf shall not intrude into the operator's leg area beyond the plane of the leg uprights. The panel shall be of sufficiently durable material and design to provide additional support to the leg assemblies. Cable knockouts or the functional equivalent shall be provided in each upper corner of the modesty panel and each back corner of the shelf.

5.2.2.5. Side Bar ("L" Return): Side bars shall consist of work surface, leg assembly, and modesty panel designed to match the basic work station. the modesty panel shall be designed to enclose the approach side of the side bar/work station assembly. One end of the side bar shall be supported by the leg assembly and the opposite end shall attach to the work station. A second leg assembly may be used on the attachment end for additional support. "M" height side bars shall be designed to attach dropped down 2.0" (5.1 cm) from the primary work surface. "D" height side bars shall attach flush. Nominal dimensions for side bar worksurfaces shall be 36.0" (91.4 cm) long and 18.0" (45.7 cm) deep.

5.2.2.6. Pedestals: Pedestals shall be designed for heavy use and shall consist of a reinforced, welded steel case that attaches to the underside of the work surface. Drawer pedestals shall be equipped with steel drawers in the configuration specified in Paragraph 2.3. File drawers shall operate on nylon or steel ball bearing rollers in steel channel tracks with a full extension suspension. Box drawers may have a metal slide suspension. All drawers shall provide a minimum clear front-to-back depth of 16.0" (40.6 cm) and a minimum total depth of 18.0" (45.7 cm). Utility drawers shall be equipped with a full width pencil tray. Letter and/or legal file drawers shall be designed for use with hanging folders in either a front-to-back or a lateral filing arrangement. DP document file drawers shall be designed for lateral filing of DP documents up to 14-7/8" x 11" (37.8 cm x 27.9 cm) in hanging folders or hanging data binders. All drawer fronts shall be equipped with suitable drawer pulls.

5.2.3. Fabrication Requirements: Fabrication shall be as specified herein. Any detail not specifically defined shall be in accordance with the manufacturer's standard commercial practice and shall be executed in a neat and workmanlike manner. All elements of fabrication shall be free of any conditions which constitute potential hazards to personnel or clothing.

5.2.3.1. Plastic Laminate Application: The plastic laminate shall be securely bonded to the work surface core in accordance with NEMA Standard No. LD 3-75. The bonded laminate shall lie smoothly, shall not separate from the core, shall not open at edge joints, and shall be free of bubbles, blisters, ripples, and cracks. All laminate edges shall be smooth, straight, and free of chips, splits, and cracks.

5.2.3.2. Welding/Brazing: Welding and brazing shall be done in accordance with accepted commercial practices to produce sound, rigid, properly aligned joints. Raised welds shall be ground smooth, and depressed or cratered welds shall be filled and ground smooth. There shall be no evidence of porosity.

5.2.3.3. Mechanical Joints: Mechanical joints shall be of the quality and quantity necessary to preclude the loosening of the joint during normal usage and to maximize the strength of materials being joined.

5.2.3.4. Sheet Metal Formations: Bends and folds shall be formed without fractures, cracks, or tears. All sheet metal edges shall be straight, smooth and free of burrs. Exposed sheet metal edges which do not abut another component of the stand shall be rolled, folded flat, or otherwise fabricated to eliminate rough or sharp edges.

5.2.3.5. Finish: All parts shall be finished in accordance with standard commercial practice. Plated finishes shall be free of cracks, bubbles, pits, holes and thin spots. Enamel finishes shall be uniformly applied an shall be free of runs, drips, grit, and thin spots.

5.2.4. Quality Assurance Requirements: Stations furnished under this specification shall meet the following requirements when tested in accordance with referenced test procedures in Paragraph 9.

5.2.4.1. Work Surface Flatness: The work surface shall be flat and free of warps, bows, buckles, and ripples. when tested in accordance with Paragraph 9.3.1., there shall be no gap at any point between the straight edge and the top of the work surface greater than 0.625" (0.159 cm).

5.2.4.2. Structural Integrity: Stations and components shall be structurally sound and shall withstand heavy use. When tested in accordance with Paragraph 9.3.2 (Static Load), 9.3.3. (Racking), and 9.3.4. (Shock), there shall be no structural failure, no loss of serviceability, no loosening of mechanical joints, no cracking or fracturing of welds, and no permanent deformation of leg glides or casters. Distortion or deformation which result from the Static Load and Racking tests shall not exceed the limits specified in Table 5. The adjusting and supporting mechanism for the keyboard shall exhibit no looseness or signs of slippage from its pretest position.

TABLE 5

STRUCTURAL INTEGRITY

DISTORTION/DEFORMATION LIMITS

Test Paragraph Description Requirement
9.3.2. Static Load: Temporary Deflection, Maximum 0.5% of Top Width
Static Load: Permanent Set, Maximum 0.5& of Top Width
9.3.3. Racking Resistance: Permanent deformation of legs, Maximum 0.125" (0.318 cm)

5.2.4.3. Drawer Serviceability: When tested in accordance with Paragraph 9.3.5., drawers shall operate smoothly and freely during and after the test, there shall be no failure which would affect drawer serviceability and the pedestal shall remain securely attached to the work station. After testing drawers shall not gap open when fully closed, and drawer fronts shall be evenly aligned. When fully extended, loaded drawers shall not contact, or interfere with the operation of, any adjacent, fully extended, empty drawer. The force required to open the loaded drawer from fully closed to fully opened (exclusive of the force required to overcome any initial anti-rebound or retainer device) shall not exceed four pounds.

5.2.5. Assembly: The Invitation for Bid shall specify whether the units shall be shipped fully assembled or knocked down. Units shipped knocked down shall include assembly instructions and all required hardware. All components shall have properly aligned, pre-drilled holes for all required assembly. Assembly shall require only simple tools.

6. WARRANTY: Finished units and all components furnished under this specification shall be guaranteed for normal use against defects and failure in materials, workmanship, and performance. The guarantee shall be in accordance with the manufacturer's standard warranty, except in no event shall such coverage be for less than one year on the finished product or any component. Defective units shall be repaired or replaced during the warranty period at no cost to the State of Texas for parts or labor.

NOTE: Vendor shall bear all shipping and handling charges incurred during warranty period if a defective unit must be returned to a manufacturer's service center for repair or replacement.

7. APPROVED PRODUCTS LIST: The Texas Procurement and Support Services will maintain an Approved Products List (APL) of work stations which meet the requirements of this specification. Listing as an approved product shall be required for all work stations purchased under this specification.

7.1. Listing: For any work station to be listed in the APL, the manufacturer must submit the following:

7.1.1. A request for approval of each model the vendor proposes to bid only after the vendor has first determined that the models meet all of the design and construction criteria of this specification.

7.1.2. One sample work station of each model for which approval is sought. Sample work stations will be inspected and evaluated by the Commissions' Inspector, and those models which are found to be acceptable will be listed as approved product. Samples shall be provided in accordance with Paragraph 8. of this specification.

7.2. Continued Compliance: Listing as an approved product shall not relieve the manufacturer of the continuing obligation to meet all requirements of this specification, and approved models will be randomly inspected and tested for compliance. The manufacturer shall also notify the Commission, in writing of any changes in the design, materials, and manufacturer of approved products. Changes which are deemed significant by the Commission shall be ground for requiring reapproval of the model.

7.3. Removal: Approved models may be removed for the APL for subsequent noncompliance with the requirements of this specification, as determined by the Commission, or for failure to provide notification of any change in approved models. Models which have been removed from the APL may be relisted in accordance with Paragraph 7.1. above.

8. SAMPLES: To obtain a listing as an approved product, the manufacturer shall furnish on sample of each model proposed for sale to the State of Texas for inspection and evaluation. Samples shall be shipped only upon receipt of authorization from the Commission. request for authorization to ship samples shall be sent to the address shown in Paragraph 17 of this specification. Samples shall be furnished at no cost to the State and with the understanding that such samples might be destroyed during the inspection and evaluation process. Once a model is listed as an approved product, additional prepurchase samples will generally not be required. Samples for random inspection and testing shall be selected from shipments to ordering agencies.

9. TESTING: Testing shall be done by or at the direction of the Commission. All testing shall be done in accordance with referenced standards, and the results shall be examined for compliance with the requirements of Paragraph 5.

9.1. APL Approval: Test shall be performed on samples submitted for APL approval. In the event such samples fail to meet or exceed the requirements of this specification, the cost of the testing shall be borne by the supplier.

9.2. Random Samples: Test shall be performed on random samples selected from shipments to ordering agencies. In the event such samples fail to meet or exceed the requirements of this specification, the cost of the testing shall be borne by the supplier.

9.3. Testing: All test shall be performed with the leveling glides installed. Leveling glides shall be adjusted to the midpoint of the adjustment range. all tests shall be performed under conditions of normal room temperature and relative humidity. Products shall be tested by the following or approved equally applicable procedures:

9.3.1. Work Surface Flatness Test: This test shall be performed along both diagonals of the work surface. The test unit shall be placed on a flat surface. A steel straight edge longer than the diagonal length of the work surface shall be placed along each diagonal in turn. The straight edge shall be held firmly against the surface at one (1) corner and the surface shall be examined along the entire length of the straight edge for warps, bows, buckles, and ripples. Any gap between the work surface and the straight edge shall be measured. The results shall be no greater than 0.0625" as required in Paragraph 5.2.4.1.

9.3.2. Static Load Test: The stand shall be placed on a flat surface. A weight of three-hundred pounds (300 lbs.) shall be applied for fifteen (15) minutes to a twelve inch (12") diameter circular area. The center of the weight application area shall be located six-and-one-half to seven inches (6-1/2" to 7") from the front edge at the midpoint of the work surface width. The deflection of the top under the applied weight shall be measured and expressed as a percentage of work surface width using the following formula:

% deflection = measured deflection x 100

work surface width

The applied weight shall then be allowed to remain on the work surface for twenty-four (24) hours. After 24 hours, the weight shall be removed and the work surface shall be allowed to stabilize for two (2) hours. Any remaining deflection shall be considered as permanent set. The permanent set shall be measured and expressed as a percentage of the work surface width using the following formula:

% permanent set = measured permanent set x 100

work surface width

The percent deflection, the percent permanent set, and the structural integrity of the unit shall be examined for compliance with Paragraph 5.2.4.2. and Table 6.

9.3.3. Racking Test: The work station shall be placed in its in use position on a hard flat surface, and the distance between the inside surfaces of the leg uprights at the base shall be measured. One (1) end of the work station shall then be raised until the stand is approximately balanced on the opposite leg assembly. A support shall be placed beneath the raised leg assembly to brace the work station as nearly as possible in the balanced position. When the work station is braced in position, the lowermost corner of the raised leg assembly shall be not more than 0.25" lower than when the work station is perfectly balanced. The work station shall be left in this position for twenty-four (24) hours. After 24 hours, the above procedure shall be repeated on the opposite end for another 24 hours. The work station shall then be lowered to its in use position and the distance between the uprights shall be measured as before. Any change in this distance from the initial measurement shall be considered as permanent set. The permanent set and the structural integrity of the station shall be examined for compliance with the requirements of Paragraph 5.2.4.2. and Table 6.

9.3.4. Shock Test: The work station shall be placed in its in use position on a flat, level concrete floor. One (1) end of the work station shall be raised until the bottoms of the glides are a minimum of twelve inches (12") above the floor. The raised end shall then be released to free fall to the floor. This procedure shall then be repeated on the opposite end. After both ends shave been dropped, the glides and the structural integrity of the work station shall be examined for compliance with the requirements of Paragraph 5.2.4.2.

9.3.5. Drawer Cycle Test: This test shall be performed on each drawer while the pedestal is mounted to the work station. The test unit shall be placed on a flat, level surface in its normal in use position. The test drawer shall be loaded with an evenly distributed load of typical filing material in accordance with Table 7.

TABLE 7

DRAWER LOADING REQUIREMENTS

Drawer Type Load Requirement
Utility Drawer 0.5 lb/inch of depth (10 lb minimum)
Storage Drawer 1.5 lb/inch of depth (30 lb minimum)
Letter/Legal File Drawer 2.0 lb/inch of depth (40 lb minimum)
DP Document File Drawer 2.5 lb/inch of depth (50 lb minimum)

10. INSPECTION: Inspection shall be done by or at the direction of the Commission either at the destination or at the place of manufacture.

11. PACKING FOR SHIPMENT: Packing for shipment shall be in accordance with the manufacturer's standard practice and in a manner readily accepted by common carrier engaged in interstate commerce. Within the shipping carton, units shall be packed in a manner designed to minimize damage during shipment due to rough or improper handling. Note: All merchandise shall be delivered F.O.B. Destination.

12. MARKING AND LABELING:

12.1. Marking: Each shipping container shall be clearly marked with the following data:

12.1.1. Name of contents.

12.1.2. Quantity ordered.

12.1.3. Order number or contract number.

12.1.4. Name and address of ordering agency

12.1.5. Agency requisition number.

12.1.6. Name and address of the manufacturer.

12.2. Labeling: Each product shall bear a securely affixed and durable label showing the following:

12.2.1. Manufacturer's name or,

12.2.2. Manufacturer's trademark.

13. SERVICE AND PARTS: An adequate supply of repair parts shall be readily available for the expected life of all products furnished under this specification. Bidder shall submit with each bid a list of companies or individuals, and their addresses, who stock repair parts and can perform service on the product furnished.

14. LITERATURE:

14.1. Product Literature: Bidder shall submit with each bid a complete and illustrated description of the products being offered.

14.2. Operating and Maintenance Instructions: The vendor shall furnish the ordering agency with one copy of operating and maintenance instructions for each unit delivered.

15. COMPLIANCE: In order for consideration to be given to the bid on an item under this specification, the bidder must comply with the following conditions:

15.1. PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION: The make, model number, name of the manufacturer, brand or trade name, etc., as applicable, of the item which the vendor proposes to furnish must be stated as part of the bid.

15.2. EXCEPTIONS: Notwithstanding the above, any exception taken by the bidder to the requirements and conditions of this specification must be stated and described in detail as a part of the bid. If no exceptions or deviations are identified in this manner, the items must be furnished exactly as described herein.

15.3. PROOF: The bidder shall bear the burden of proof of compliance with this specification.

16. ORDERING DATA: Agencies ordering work stations conforming to this specification must specify the following:

16.1. This specification (425-17-03).

16.2. Size required (See Paragraph 2.2.).

16.3. Style required selected by Style Designation Code (See Paragraph 2.3.).

16.4. Color required (See Paragraph 2.4.).

16.5. Shipped assembled or knocked down (See Paragraph 5.2.5.).

16.6. Quantity required of each size, height, and color.

17. AVAILABILITY OF SPECIFICATIONS: Copies of this specification may be obtained by calling or writing:

Bid Services

Texas Procurement and Support Services

P.O.Box 13186

Austin, TX 78711-3047

(512) 463-3416

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