Thread Subject: Re: Subpart A- Draft - (g) Productswithnarrowdelineated use, Add Personal Use to front.
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From: Debbie Cook
Date: Tue, Mar 20 2007 11:40 AM
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PDA's are considered to be handheld and should not be exempt. I don't think
size or weight is a descriptor. I do think the idea is purchased on demand,
individually, off contract etc. If your agency really has something one can
just ask for and get, and ask for again if circumstances change, then it
could be exempt. In the state agency where I work handheld calculators and
general office supplies are about all that truly falls into this category.
All people can pick from among a range, and could theoretically pick again
without causing a fiscal fuss.
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From: "Lybarger, Barbara (MOD)" < = EMAIL ADDRESS REMOVED = >
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Subject: Re: [teitac-subparta] Subpart A- Draft - (g) Products
withnarrowdelineated use, Add Personal Use to front.
Would "handheld devices" work? This term seems to be equally
descriptive without the potential confusion.
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