TLG offers equipment from Toshiba, Konica Minolta, Canon, HP and Lexmark.
TLG also offers FedRamp solutions for fleet monitoring and secure print.
TLG recently added SemaConnect Electrical Vehicle Chargers to our GSA Schedule.
A certified small business, TLG is uniquely able to provide equipment and service to a wide variety of federal agencies.
DFARs and NIST compliant. CMMC Level 3 in 2022.
TLG has multiple instruments for procurement including:
- GSA Schedule 36 & 70
- Teaming partners for CHESS ITES-3H and ITES-3S
- Teaming partners for SEWP
- Government Printing Office
TLG services all manufacturers and all ages of equipment. We don’t just service what we sell. This is another unique capability for agencies that have copiers and printers from different manufacturers, but need a service agreement on their entire fleet.
Who are some of TLG’s references?
TLG has over 100 contracts with different federal agencies. Here are just a few to show our diversity of accounts.
• Army, Navy, Air Force, FAA, USDA, VA, CDC, Social Security Administration – servicing 900 machines all over the country
• Federal Trade Commission – servicing a fleet of machines in multiple states
• Defense Security Services – servicing 82 machines in 23 locations
• Department of Homeland Security – New York City Field Office
• Department of Energy – Security Clearance required
• US Probation Office
• National Park Service
What are TLG’s strengths and weaknesses in reference to the GSA?
TLG’s expertise is in taking care of our government customer. We select top subcontractors and manage the agreements to make sure the government gets excellent support, service and billing.
Although we are handling all sizes of customers very well, we are still a small business and have limitations. Luckily we know our limitations and don’t take on any tasks that we can’t complete and complete well.
What are some of the questions I will receive from TLG’s GSA representatives?
Do you have a listing of your copiers and printers?
Is your equipment from the same manufacturer or a fleet of different brands?
Would you allow a digital collection agent to gather equipment and meters?
What is the age of your equipment?
Is your equipment owned or leased?
Are you under a mandate to reduce your expenses?
From which government purchasing instrument do you usually acquire equipment? Acquire services?
Do you acquire directly from the purchasing instrument or do you compete the requirement via a bid board?
Who can I contact for support?
Dominic Day, Team Lead.
Nicholas Simons, Proposals
Karen Snyder, Administration
Corey McNulty, Government Sales.
Pam Pruitt, Customer Service, Pricing and Assessments.
Bonnie Lioce, Government Contracts Specialist.
Nick Lioce, President.