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					  REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL (RFP)

                 FOR

      STATE OF WISCONSIN
   DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
 SAFETY AND BUILDINGS DIVISION




     Elevator Inspection Services
         RFP# DDHSB0001

      Proposals must be submitted
             May 24, 2007
       no later than 2:30 PM CT



 For further information regarding this
RFP contact Noreen Ray at 608-267-7201

              Issued By
         State of Wisconsin
       Department of Commerce




LATE PROPOSALS WILL BE REJECTED
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                                                                    TABLE OF CONTENTS


1.0 GENERAL INFORMATION ................................................................................................................ 4

     1.1 Introduction of background ............................................................................................................ 4

     1.2 Scope of the project .......................................................................................................................... 4

     1.3 Procuring and contracting Department ......................................................................................... 5

     1.4 Definitions ......................................................................................................................................... 5

     1.5 Clarification and/or revisions to the specifications and requirements. ....................................... 6

     1.6 Vendor conference ........................................................................................................................... 6

     1.7 Reasonable accommodations ........................................................................................................... 6

     1.8 Calendar of events............................................................................................................................ 7

     1.9 Contract term ................................................................................................................................... 7

     1.10 VendorNet Registration ................................................................................................................. 7

2.0 PREPARING AND SUBMITTING A PROPOSAL ............................................................................ 8

     2.1 General instructions ......................................................................................................................... 8

     2.2 Incurring costs .................................................................................................................................. 8

     2.3 Submitting the proposal .................................................................................................................. 8

     2.4 Proposal organization and format .................................................................................................. 9

     2.5 Multiple proposals ........................................................................................................................... 9

     2.6 Oral presentations and site visits ................................................................................................... 9

     2.7 On-Site Demonstration .................................................................................................................. 10

     2.8 Withdrawal of Proposals ............................................................................................................... 10

3.0 PROPOSAL SELECTION AND AWARD PROCESS ...................................................................... 10
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      3.1 Preliminary evaluation ................................................................................................................. 10

      3.2 Proposal scoring ............................................................................................................................. 10

      3.3 Evaluation Criteria ........................................................................................................................ 11

      3.4 Right to reject proposals and negotiate contract terms .............................................................. 12

      3.5 Award and final offers ................................................................................................................... 12

      3.6 Notification of intent to award ...................................................................................................... 12

      3.7 Appeals Process .............................................................................................................................. 13

4.0 GENERAL PROPOSAL REQUIREMENTS ..................................................................................... 13

      4.1 Contractor Qualifications and Experience .................................................................................. 13

      4.2 Vendor’s staff qualifications ......................................................................................................... 14

      4.3 Plan of Operation ........................................................................................................................... 14

      4.4 Electronic Reporting Process ........................................................................................................ 14

5.0 MANDATORY AND TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS/SCOPE OF SERVICE .......................... 15

      5.1 Mandatory Requirements ........................................................................................................... 15

      5.2 Technical Requirements/Scope of Services ................................................................................. 15

      5.3 Starting Date ................................................................................................................................ 19

6.0 COST PROPOSAL ............................................................................................................................... 19

      6.1 General instructions on preparing cost proposals ...................................................................... 19

      6.2 Format for submitting cost proposals .......................................................................................... 20

      6.3 Fixed price period ......................................................................................................................... 21

7.0 SPECIAL CONTRACT TERMS AND CONDITIONS..................................................................... 21

      7.1 Payment requirements .................................................................................................................. 21

      7.2 Elevator Industry Conflict of Interests ....................................................................................... 21
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      7.3 Department Oversight .................................................................................................................. 21

      7.4 Inspection Responsibility .............................................................................................................. 21

      7.5 Department Meetings ................................................................................................................... 22

      7.6 Activity Reporting ......................................................................................................................... 22

      7.7 Scheduling of Work ...................................................................................................................... 22

      7.8 Amendments to the Elevator Inspection List .............................................................................. 23

      7.9 Insurance Requirements ............................................................................................................... 24

      7.10 Termination of contract.............................................................................................................. 24

8.0 Standard Terms and Conditions .......................................................................................................... 25

9.0 REQUIRED FORMS ............................................................................................................................ 26

ATTACHMENT A - STANDARD TERMS AND CONDITIONS & SUPPLEMENTAL STANDARD TERMS &
CONDITIONS

ATTACHMENT B - COST PROPOSAL

ATTACHMENT C - DESIGNATION OF CONFIDENTIAL & PROPRIETARY INFORMATION

ATTACHMENT D - VENDOR INFORMATION

ATTACHMENT E - POSITION DESCRIPTION/ELEVATOR SAFETY INSPECTOR 3

ATTACHMENT F - BID DISTRICT MAP

ATTACHMENT G - VENDOR REFERENCES

ATTACHMENT H - BID DISTRICT TABLE

CHAPTER COMM 18 - ELEVATORS -


http://commerce.wi.gov/SB/SB-DivCodesListing.html
or
http://www.legis.state.wi.us/rsb/code/comm/comm018.html
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1.0 GENERAL INFORMATION

     1.1     Introduction and background

             The purpose of this document is to provide interested parties with information to
             enable them to prepare and submit a proposal for Elevator Inspection Services
             for 13 separate bid districts in Wisconsin as outlined on the Bid District Map in
             Attachment F & Attachment H (Bid District Table).

             The Department of Commerce, Safety & Buildings Division is responsible for the
             inspections of elevators per ch. Comm 18, Wis. Adm. Code. The estimated
             annual amount of inspections, as part of the RFP, consist statewide of 10,734
             periodic inspections and 755 new installations. The Safety & Buildings Division
             maintains the authority to increase or decrease the number of assigned
             inspections during the course of this contract.

             The State as represented by the Department of Commerce intends to use the
             results of this process to award a contract for Elevator Inspection Services to
             each of the 13 bid districts outlined in Attachment F & Attachment H.

     1.2     Scope of the project

             1.2.1 Project Description

                     The Contractor shall perform Elevator Inspection Services as required by
                     the code of the State of Wisconsin, as well as those services described
                     herein. Elevator Inspection Services will be provided for the specific
                     elevators as 13 separate bid districts identified in Attachment F &
                     Attachment H. The Department reserves the right to amend the list of
                     those elevators to be inspected by the Contractor.

             1.2.2 Objectives and Needs

                     The Contractor shall develop a schedule and perform inspections of the
                     specified existing elevators and acceptance inspections for the new and
                     remodeled elevators pursuant to ch. Comm 18, IND. 4 and Comm 61-65,
                     Wis. Adm. Code, and ANSI/ASME A17.1 and A18.1 as appropriate
                     (depending on when the elevator was placed in service).

                     The Contractor shall submit reports per the Electronic Data Interface (EDI)
                     guideline reports on the results of such inspections or re-inspections on a
                     weekly basis to the Department upon such forms as requested by the
                     Department. The report shall summarize the status of each inspection
                     within that reporting period.
                     The EDI can be viewed on our website at:
                     http://commerce.wi.gov/SB/SB-ElevatorSystemsProgram.html
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             1.2.3 Current Operations

                     The Department ensures the proper inspection of 17,120 means of
                     conveyance. Property owners are responsible for the completion of a
                     periodic elevator safety inspection. Where a private contract is not
                     established between an inspection company and a property owner, the
                     Department provides such service, via Department contracted inspectors.
                     The Department performs the inspection of all new elevator installations or
                     remodels. These inspections are performed by Department staff or
                     Department contracted inspectors. Currently the Department has 5
                     elevator inspectors covering the whole state, 3 reside in the northern part
                     and 2 in the southern part of the state. Staff are not able to schedule and
                     perform all inspections in a timely manner in addition to the consulting,
                     training and auditing services. The Department has been utilizing a
                     contract with other inspection providers to perform daily workload, and it
                     has proven to be a successful process.

     1.3     Procuring and contracting Department

             This Request for Proposal (RFP) is issued by the Wisconsin Department of
             Commerce, which is the sole point of contact during the selection process. The
             person responsible for managing the procurement process is Noreen Ray.

             The contract resulting from this RFP will be administered by the Wisconsin
             Department of Commerce. The contract administrator will be the Elevator
             Program Section Chief.

     1.4     Definitions

             The following definitions are used through the RFP.
             Department means the Wisconsin Department of Commerce.
             Proposer/Vendor means a firm submitting a proposal in response to this RFP.
             State means State of Wisconsin
             Contractor means proposer awarded the contract.
             Conveyance or Elevator means an elevator, dumbwaiter, escalator, lift, moving
             sidewalk, stage lift, or other similar device within the scope of ch. Comm 18, Wis.
             Adm. Code.
             Acceptance inspection means the initial inspection and tests of new or altered
             equipment to check for compliance with the applicable code requirements.
             Periodic inspection means the cyclical inspection of a previously installed
             elevator.
             State Government Holidays mean New Years Eve Day, New Years Day, Martin
             Luther King Day, Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day,
             December 24 and December 25
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     1.5     Clarification and/or revisions to the specifications and requirements.

             Any questions concerning this RFP must be submitted in writing on or before the
             vendor conference April 24, 2007 to the RFP Manager:

                   Noreen Ray, Contract Specialist
                   Safety & Buildings Division
                   201 W. Washington Avenue, 4TH Floor
                   P.O Box 2689
                   Madison, WI 53701-2689
                   608/267-7201 - Voice
                   608/266-9946 - Fax
                   E-mail: noreen.ray@wisconsin.gov

             Vendors are expected to raise any questions, exceptions, or additions they have
             concerning the RFP DOCUMENT at this point in the RFP process. If a vendor
             discovers any significant ambiguity, error, conflict, discrepancy, omission, or other
             deficiency in this RFP, the vendor should immediately notify the above named
             individual of such error and request modification or clarification of the RFP.

             In the event that it becomes necessary to provide additional clarifying data or
             information, or to revise any part of this RFP, revisions/amendments and/or
             supplements will be provided to all recipients of this initial RFP.

             Each proposal shall stipulate that it is predicated upon the requirements, terms
             and conditions of this RFP and any supplements or revisions thereof.

             Any contact with State employees (other than the RFP Manager, Noreen Ray)
             concerning this RFP is prohibited, except as authorized by the RFP manager
             during the period from date of release of the RFP until the notice of intent to
             contract is released.

     1.6     Vendor Conference

             A vendor conference will be held on April 24, 2007 at 10:00 AM CT in the 1st Floor
             Human Resources Conference Room at 201 W. Washington Avenue, Madison,
             Wisconsin, to respond to written questions and to provide any needed additional
             instruction to vendors on the submission of proposals. If no questions are
             received, the State reserves the right to cancel the vendor conference. All
             vendors who intend to respond to the RFP should attend the vendor conference.
             Teleconferencing may also be arranged if a request is submitted by phone to
             Noreen Ray no later than 4:30 PM CT on April 18, 2007.

     1.7     Reasonable accommodations

             The Department will provide reasonable accommodations, including the provision
             of informational material in an alternative format, for qualified individuals with
             disabilities upon request. If you think you need accommodations at the vendor
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             conference, contact Noreen Ray at 608-267-7201 (voice) or (608) 264-
             8777(TTY).

     1.8     Calendar of events

             Listed below are specific and estimated dates and times of actions related to this
             Request for Proposal (RFP). The actions with specific dates must be completed
             as indicated unless otherwise changed by the Department. In the event that the
             Department finds it necessary to change any of the specific dates and times in
             the calendar of events listed below, it will do so by issuing a supplement to this
             RFP. There may or may not be a formal notification issued for changes in the
             estimated dates and times.

             DATE                             EVENT
             04/03/07                         Date of issue of the RFP
             04/17/07                         Last Day for Submitting Written inquiries
             04/24/07                         Vendor Conference
             05/03/07                         Mail notification to Vendors of supplements
                                              or revisions to the RFP
             05/24/07                         Proposals due from Vendors
             (est.) 06/12/07                  (if necessary) Interviews by invited vendors
             (est.) 06/19/07                  On-site demonstrations by invited Vendors
                                              with evaluation committee
             (est.) 07/10/07                  Notification of intent to award sent to
                                              Vendors
             (est.) 08/01/07                  Contract start date

     1.9     Contract term

             The contract shall be effective on the date as indicated on the contract (estimated
             effective date of August 1, 2007) and shall run for 2 years from that date, with an
             option by mutual agreement of the Department and Contractor, to renew for an
             additional 2-year period.

     1.10    VendorNet registration

             The State of Wisconsin’s purchasing information and vendor notification service is
             available to all businesses and organizations that want to sell to the state.
             Anyone may access VendorNet on the Internet at http://vendornet.state.wi.us to
             get information on state purchasing practices and policies, goods and services
             that the state buys, and tips on selling to the state. Vendors may use the same
             Web site address for inclusion on the bidders list for goods and services that the
             organization wants to sell to the state. A subscription with notification guarantees
             the organization will receive an e-mail message each time a state agency,
             including any campus of the University of Wisconsin System, posts a request for
             bid or a request for proposal in their designated commodity/services area(s) with
             an estimated value over $25,000. Organizations without Internet access receive
             paper copies in the mail. Increasingly, state agencies also are using VendorNet
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             to post simplified bids valued at $25,000 or less. Vendors also may receive e-
             mail notices of these simplified bid opportunities.

2.0 PREPARING AND SUBMITTING A PROPOSAL

     2.1     General instructions

             The evaluation and selection of a Contractor and the contract will be based on the
             information submitted in the vendor’s proposal plus references and any required
             on-site visits or oral presentations. Failure to respond to each of the requirements
             in the RFP may be the basis for rejecting a response.

             Elaborate proposals (e.g. expensive artwork) beyond that sufficient to present a
             complete and effective proposal are not necessary or desired.

     2.2     Incurring costs

             The State of Wisconsin is not liable for any cost incurred by the proposers in
             replying to this RFP.

     2.3     Submitting the proposal

             Proposers must submit an original and six (6) copies of all materials required for
             acceptance of their proposal by 2:30 PM CT, May 24, 2007, to:

             Department of Commerce
             Attention Noreen Ray
             Safety & Buildings Division
             201 W. Washington Ave., 4th Floor
             Madison, WI 53703

             Proposals must be received in the above office by the specified time stated
             above. All proposals must be time-stamped as accepted by the Safety &
             Buildings Division by the stated time. Proposals not so stamped will not be
             accepted. Receipt of a proposal by the State mail system does not constitute
             receipt of a proposal by the Safety & Buildings Division, for purposes of this RFP.

             To ensure confidentiality of the document, all proposals must be packaged,
             sealed and show the following information on the outside of the package:

                     -- Proposer’s name and address
                     -- Request for proposal title
                     -- Request for proposal number
                     -- Proposal due date

             Only one (1) original is required of each Cost Proposal(s) submitted, and must
             be sealed and submitted as a separate part of the proposal. The outside of the
             envelope must be clearly labeled with the words “Cost Proposal, RFP
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             #DDHSB0001” and name of the vendor and due date. The cost proposal is due
             to the addressee on the due date and time noted above.

     2.4     Proposal organization and format

             Proposals must be typed and submitted on 8.5 by 11 inch paper and bound
             securely. Proposals should be organized and presented in the order and by the
             number assigned in the RFP. Proposals must be organized with the following
             headings and subheadings. Each heading and subheading should be separated
             by tabs or otherwise clearly marked. The RFP sections which should be
             submitted or responded to are:

             RFP Cover Page (form DOA-3261)
             Introduction
             Response to General Proposal Requirements (sect. 4.0)
                    Tabulate responses for 4.1 thru 4.4
             Required forms (sect. 9.0)
                    Designation of Confidential and Proprietary Information (Attachment C)
                    Vendor Information (Attachment D)
                    Vendor References (Attachment G)
             In a sealed envelope:
             Cost Proposal(s) (Attachment B)

             The vendor must submit its Cost Proposal(s) on the sheet provided in
             Attachment B according to the instructions provided. Failure to provide any
             requested information in the prescribed format may result in disqualification of the
             proposal.

             No mention of the cost proposal may be made in the response to the technical
             requirements of this Request for Proposal.

     2.5     Multiple proposals

             Multiple proposals from a vendor will be permissible; however each proposal must
             conform fully to the requirements for the RFP. Each such proposal must be
             submitted separately and labeled as Proposal #1, Proposal #2, etc. on each page
             included in the response. Alternate acquisition plans do not constitute multiple
             proposals.

     2.6     Oral presentations and site visits

             Top scoring vendors based on an evaluation of the written proposal may be
             required to participate in interviews and/or site visits to support and clarify their
             proposals, if requested by the Department. The Department will make every
             reasonable attempt to schedule each presentation at a time and location that is
             agreeable to the proposer. Failure of a proposer to interview or permit a site visit
             on the date scheduled may result in rejection of the vendor’s proposal.
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     2.7     On-Site Demonstration

             Top-scoring vendor(s) will be required to demonstrate their service(s) at a site
             identified by the Department. One of the staff who will be responsible for
             performing the contracted inspections must perform the on-site demonstration.
             The Department will furnish detailed specifications concerning the demonstration
             site and the particular test it will use to exercise the vendor’s service(s). All staff
             that will be responsible for the contracted inspections must have a resume
             submitted per Section 4.2.

             Failure of a proposer to furnish the service(s) it has proposed for demonstration
             within the time constraints of the proceeding paragraph will result in rejection of
             that proposal. Failure of any service(s) to meet the Department’s specified
             requirements during the demonstration may result in rejection of the proposal.

             The successful demonstration of the proposer’s service(s) does not constitute
             acceptance by the Department. Any service(s) furnished by the proposer for the
             purposes of this demonstration must be identical in every respect to those, which
             will be furnished if a contract results.

     2.8     Withdrawal of proposals

             Proposals shall be irrevocable until contract award unless the proposal is
             withdrawn. Proposers may withdraw a proposal in writing at any time up to the
             proposal closing date and time. To accomplish this, the written request must be
             signed by an authorized representative of the proposer and submitted to the RFP
             project manager. If a previously submitted proposal is withdrawn before the
             proposal due date and time, the proposer may submit another proposal at any
             time up to the proposal closing date and time.

3.0 PROPOSAL SELECTION AND AWARD PROCESS

     3.1     Preliminary evaluation

             The proposals will first be reviewed to determine if mandatory requirements are
             met. Failure to meet mandatory requirements will result in the proposal being
             rejected. In the event that all Contractors do not meet one or more of the
             mandatory requirements, the Department reserves the right to continue the
             evaluation of the proposals and to select the proposal which most closely meets
             the requirements specified in this RFP.

     3.2     Proposal scoring

             3.2.1 Written accepted proposals will be reviewed by an evaluation committee
                   and scored against the criteria stated in Section 3.3. A proposer may not
                   contact any member of an evaluation committee except at the RFP
                   Manager’s direction. The committee may review references, request
                   interviews and/or conduct on-site visits and use the results in scoring the
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                     proposals. Proposals from certified Minority Business Enterprises may
                     have points weighed by a factor of 1.00 to 1.05 to provide up to a five per
                     cent (5%) preference to these businesses (Wis. Stats. 16.75(3m)). The
                     evaluation committee’s scoring will be tabulated and proposals ranked
                     based on the numerical scores received.

             3.2.2 Demonstration: The top scoring proposers from the written section will be
                   required to conduct an elevator inspection at a site designated by the
                   Department. The inspection conducted will be scored based on the criteria
                   stated in Section 3.3.2.

             3.2.3 Cost Proposals: The cost proposals submitted by the proposer will be
                   scored based on the methodology stated in Section 3.3.3 & 6.2.

     3.3     EVALUATION CRITERIA:
                                                                                           POINTS
             3.3.1 Written Evaluation                                                    150

                     A. Professional Qualifications and Experience
                        1. Proposer has proven financial soundness in their                  10
                           business in the last 3 years.
                        2. Proposer has significant experience in conducting                 20
                           all elevator inspections.
                        3. Proposer has experience in issuing orders to building             10
                           owners to correct identified problems and conducting
                           follow-up inspections and actions to ensure problems
                           have been corrected.
                        4. Proposer has an adequate in house quality control                 20
                           program, and an understanding of its importance.

                     B. Staff Qualifications:
                        1. Lead/key staff have substantial experience in conducting          20
                           elevator inspections and directing other staff in the
                           completion of inspections.
                        2. Lead/key staff have substantial experience in working             10
                           with building owners to correct problems identified.
                        3. Lead/key staff are credentialed to conduct the required           15
                           inspections in Wisconsin or have the necessary training
                           or other qualifications to be credentialed in Wisconsin.

                     C. Adequacy and Completeness of Operational Plan
                        1. The proposed plan of operation schedules the staff                10
                           resources needed to perform the services under this RFP
                           for the district(s) proposed.
                        2. The proposed plan of operation provides scheduling                15
                           with the building owner necessary to perform the
                           services required in the RFP for the district(s) proposed.
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                     D. Electronic Reporting Process:
                        1. The proposer has adequate electronic capability and                  20
                           knowledge for reporting as required in this RFP.

             3.3.2 On-Site Demonstration Evaluation:                                      150

                     A.      The proposer had all necessary tools and materials                 25
                             to conduct a complete and thorough inspection.
                     B.      The proposer provided clear and concise directions                 30
                             to the persons involved with the inspection.
                     C.      The proposer demonstrated the ability to identify all              35
                             problems.
                     D.      The proposer demonstrated the ability to communicate               30
                             the correct responsibilities for the violations to the
                             appropriate trades.
                     E.      The proposer provided a complete and accurate                      30
                             inspection record for the inspection.

             3.3.3 Cost Proposal Scoring:                                                 100   100
                   Overall Total:                                                         400   400

     3.4     Right to reject proposals and negotiate contract terms

             The Department reserves the right to reject any and all proposals. The
             Department may negotiate the terms of the contract, including the award amount,
             with the selected proposer prior to entering into a contract. If contract negotiations
             cannot be concluded successfully with the highest scoring proposer, the
             Department may negotiate a contract with the next highest scoring proposer.

     3.5     Award and final offers

             The Department will compile the final scores (technical and cost) for each
             proposal. The award will be granted in one of two ways. The award may be
             granted to the highest scoring responsive and responsible proposer.
             Alternatively, the highest scoring proposer or proposers may be requested to
             submit final and best offers. If final and best offers are requested by the
             Department and submitted by the vendor, they will be evaluated against the
             stated criteria, scored and ranked by the evaluation committee. The award then
             will be granted to the highest scoring proposer. However, a proposer should not
             expect that the Department will request a final and best offer.

     3.6     Notification of intent to award

             All vendors who respond to this RFP will be notified in writing of the Department’s
             intent to award the contract as a result of this RFP.

             After notification of the intent to award is made, and under the supervision of
             Department staff, copies of proposals will be available for public inspection from
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             8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at 201 W. Washington Avenue, 4th Fl., Madison,
             Wisconsin. Vendors should schedule reviews with Noreen Ray at 608-267-7201.

     3.7     Appeals Process

             Notices of intent to protest and protests must be made in writing to the head
             procuring Department. Protestors should make their protests as specific as
             possible and should identify statutes and Wisconsin Administrative Code
             provisions that are alleged to have been violated.

             Any written notice of intent to protest the intent to award a contract must be filed
             with:

                             Department of Commerce
                             Aaron Olver, Deputy Secretary
                             201 West Washington Avenue, 6th Fl.
                             PO Box 7970
                             Madison, Wisconsin 53707-7970

             and received in his office no later than five (5) working days after the notices of
             intent to award are issued.

             Any written protest must be received within ten (10) working days after the notice
             of intent to award is issued.

             The decision of the head of the procuring Department may be appealed to the
             Secretary of the Department of Administration within five (5) working days of
             issuance, with a copy of such appeal filed with the procuring Department. The
             appeal must allege a violation of a Wisconsin Statute or a section of the
             Wisconsin Administrative Code.

4.0 GENERAL PROPOSAL REQUIREMENTS:

     4.1     Contractor Qualifications and Experience.

             4.1.1 Business History:

                     a. Indicate the date the business was formed
                     b. Indicate the current number of employees
                     c. Indicate the name of the current owner(s) and if a corporation, the
                        name(s) of the current officers.
                     d. Provide financial statements for the last three (3) years.

             4.1.2 Past Experience:

                     a. Describe the firm’s experience and capabilities in providing similar
                        services to those required in this RFP. Be specific and identify
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                         contracts, dates, and results including information on the volume of
                         (elevator) inspections completed.

                     b. Describe the firm’s experience in issuing orders to building owners to
                        correct problems identified and the types of follow-up actions taken.

                     c. Describe the firms experience in working with building owners to correct
                        identified problems and the results. Be as specific as possible.

                     d. Describe the firm’s quality control program for (elevator) inspections.
                        The quality control program should consist of, but may not be limited to,
                        onsite audits of inspections, audits of inspection reports, inspector
                        training.
                        Note: The Contractor shall make available to the Department, upon
                        request, the results of this program during the contract period.

                     e. Indicate whether or not any contracts (within the last five years) that
                        your firm had for (elevator) inspection services were terminated prior to
                        the end of the contract period. If contracts were terminated, provide the
                        name of the party who canceled the contract.

     4.2     Vendor’s staff qualifications

             Provide resumes describing the educational and work experience for each of the
             key staff who would be assigned to the contracts and whether or not the
             individuals are now licensed to conduct elevator inspections, or have the
             necessary training or other qualifications to be credentialed in Wisconsin. If not,
             explain how they will qualify at time of contract. Indicate the responsibilities which
             will be assigned to each person.

     4.3     Plan of Operation:

             Describe your firms plan for providing the services required under this RFP
             including the number of staff that will be needed, whether existing staff will be
             used or additional staff will be hired, and how inspections will be scheduled for
             the staff and with the building owners.

     4.4     Electronic Reporting Process

             Describe your firm’s electronic capability and knowledge to comply with reporting
             via Electronic Data Interface (EDI) on the results of inspections and re-
             inspections, and any other reporting capabilities as required in this RFP.
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5.0 MANDATORY AND TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS/SCOPE OF SERVICE:

     5.1     Mandatory Requirements:

             5.1.1 Proposers must demonstrate that they have the ability to obtain the
                   required insurance coverage specified in this document. The proposer
                   selected will be required to provide a certificate of insurance.

             5.1.2 Proposers must have a minimum of five years experience in the provision
                   of inspection services.

             5.1.3 The Proposer shall demonstrate that it has the necessary personnel and
                   expertise to perform the work outlined in the preceding sections and
                   subsections, including staff who meets the criteria of an Elevator Safety
                   Inspector 3, which is the classification of existing state employees
                   conducting similar work. The position description for Elevator Safety
                   Inspector 3 is attached hereto and incorporated herein as Attachment E.

             5.1.4 The proposer must demonstrate they have a computer system with at least
                   windows 98 and is compatible with EDI guidelines.

             5.1.5 All persons employed by the selected Contractor to conduct elevator
                   inspections in Wisconsin must appropriately be credentialed in accordance
                   with ch. Comm 5.64, Wis. Adm. Code, before performing any contracted
                   inspections in Wisconsin. In its proposal, the proposer must provide
                   assurances that only credentialed individuals will be used during the
                   contract period.

     5.2     Technical Requirements/Scope of Services

             5.2.1 The Contractor shall perform Elevator Inspection Services as required by
                   the code of the State of Wisconsin, as well as those services described
                   herein. Elevator Inspection Services will be provided for specific elevators.

             5.2.2 The Contractor shall provide all obligations, inspections and other
                   services required under the contract in a form and timeframe acceptable
                   to the Department.

                     The Department shall issue written or oral instructions to the Contractor to
                     fill in details of the work described herein. Such instructions must be within
                     the scope of work set forth in the contract and shall not be of such nature
                     as to affect price, period, performance or any other substantive provisions
                     of the contract. The Department reserves the right to final review and
                     approval of all obligations, inspections and other contract deliverables
                     submitted or prepared by the Contractor.
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             5.2.3 Within one week of receipt of a contract, the Contractor shall contact the
                   Department to schedule a meeting for the purpose of developing a contract
                   implementation plan.

             5.2.4 The Contractor shall perform inspections of conveyances as described in
                   section 1.2 of this RFP, pursuant to s. Comm 18, 61 through 65 and Ind. 4,
                   Wis. Adm. Codes, and ANSI/ASME A17.1 and A18.1 as appropriate. The
                   Contractor shall submit a report on the results of such inspections in letter
                   form or upon such forms as requested by the Department. The report shall
                   certify to the continued operation of the conveyance, or itemize the existing
                   violations, citing the appropriate sections of ch. Comm 18 and Ind. 4, Wis.
                   Adm. Code, and ASME A17.1 and A18.1. When the Contractor identifies
                   violations, it will issue corrective orders.

             5.2.5 Inspection Site Requirement

                     Every employee or associate under the direction of the Contractor shall
                     immediately upon entering a facility, identify themselves to the building
                     manager or representative, with a current company photo ID card, and
                     conduct an opening conference explaining why he/she is there and how
                     they will proceed. Upon completion of the service rendered they shall
                     conduct a closing conference with the manager/representative informing
                     them of their findings.

             5.2.6 Except as otherwise specified in this proposal, all equipment, materials,
                   and supplies required to carry out the provisions of the Proposal, and to
                   perform the services described above shall be furnished by the Contractor.

             5.2.7 The Contractor shall provide, for each person who performs inspections, its
                   own transportation (and where facilities have restricted parking, such as
                   the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Contractor must use public parking at
                   their own expense) and furnish all necessary equipment and materials for
                   use in conducting periodic and/or acceptance inspections, which includes,
                   but may not be limited to the following:

                     5.2.7.1     A company photo ID.

                     5.2.7.2     A flashlight with a non-conductive case for inspecting wire ropes
                                 and other equipment in locations where sufficient natural or
                                 artificial light is not available.

                     5.2.7.3     A 6-foot ruler of non-conductive material.

                     5.2.7.4     A set of thickness gauges.

                     5.2.7.5     A small hammer, preferably a one-half (1/2) pound ball peen.

                     5.2.7.6     Chalk or crayon.
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                     5.2.7.7     A small metal mirror to be used in examining wire ropes or other
                                 parts of equipment normally inaccessible.

                     5.2.7.8     Safety hat (non-conductive).

                     5.2.7.9     Rope caliper.

                     5.2.7.10 Sheave groove gauge.
                     5.2.7.11 A stop watch.

                     5.2.7.12 A 25 ft (7.5 m) tape measure.

                     5.2.7.13 A tachometer, which reads directly in ft/min (m/s)

                     5.2.7.14 A meter, to check grounding continuity, and verify of voltages.

                     5.2.7.15 A level, 30 deg/60 deg triangle, and protractor or angle finder

                     5.2.7.16 A door test scale (gauge) to check closing door force.

                     5.2.7.17 A light meter for measuring light level in foot-candles.

                     5.2.7.18 Wisconsin Administrative Code chapters Comm 16, 18, 61-65
                              and 82 adopted edition.
                              Note: Adopted editions of Comm Codes may be found on the
                              Department’s website. One (1)copy of the previous editions of
                              IND 4, ILHR 18, and Comm 18 will be provided to the successful
                              Contractor, the Contractor shall provide additional copies for
                              each inspector.

                     5.2.7.19 American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)/ American
                              National Standards Institute (ANSI) A17.1 Safety code for
                              Elevators and Escalators adopted edition through 1981, ASME
                              A18.1 adopted edition through 2001, International Code Council
                              (ICC) International Building Code (IBC) adopted edition,
                              ICC/ANSI A117.1 Accessible and Usable Buildings and
                              Facilities, and any additional ASME, ANSI, ICC reference
                              materials deemed necessary by the Department.

                     5.2.7.20 National Fire Protection Association (NFPA)13, Standard for the
                              Installation of Sprinkler Systems, NFPA 70, National Electrical
                              Code adopted edition through 1981, NFPA 72, National Fire
                              Alarm Code adopted edition through 1993.

             5.2.8 Each elevator will be identified as requiring an acceptance or periodic
                   inspection as described in Comm 18. Inspections shall be performed in
                   accordance with Comm 18 and as follows:
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                     5.2.8.1     New or altered installations shall be inspected and tested as
                                 required by ASME A17.1 Section 8.10.2 or ASME A18.1 section
                                 10.4 or 10.5 whichever is applicable before being placed in
                                 service.

                     5.2.8.2     Existing installations shall be inspected and tested as required
                                 by ASME A17.1 sections 8.11.2, 8.11.3, 8.11.4, 8.11.5, and
                                 ASME A18.1a sections 10.2, and 10.3 as applicable.

             5.2.9 Orders shall be issued in accordance with the code in effect at the date of
                   contract.

                     The Contractor will issue an order(s) to the building owner or his/her agent.
                     The order(s) will specify the specific code or standard section violated, the
                     nature of the violation, what corrections are required, and compliance date.
                     The order(s) may be handwritten and may be presented to the owner or
                     agent at the time of the inspection. A copy shall be forwarded to the
                     Department. Any order(s) issued which pose an imminent threat to life or
                     limb that require the conveyance to be placed out of service, the
                     Contractor shall notify the Department prior to doing so.

             5.2.10 For all acceptance inspections, elevators/conveyances shall not be placed
                    into service until authorized by the Contractor. After each acceptance
                    inspection, periodic inspection, or test of equipment is performed and
                    found to be in compliance as required in Section 5.2.8, the Contractor shall
                    notify the Department that a Permit to Operate (PTO) may be issued.

             5.2.11 The Contractor shall submit via electronic mode, weekly reports to the
                    Department upon such forms as requested by the Department. The report
                    shall summarize the status of each inspection within that reporting period.

             5.2.12 Within one (1) week of receipt of a Contract, the Contractor will propose
                    practices and forms that can be used for all elevator inspections. The
                    Contractor shall use any forms or procedures as requested by the
                    Department or agreed upon.

             5.2.13 The Contractor shall be responsible for collecting from the building owner
                    the authorized elevator inspection/re-inspection fee and shall report on a
                    monthly basis to the Department the dollar amount of fees collected for the
                    month and for the contract period. The detailed information required on
                    the monthly report will be provided to the Contractor by the Elevator
                    Program Section Chief. If it is determined by the Department that the
                    Contractor has collected a fee to which they are not entitled, the Contractor
                    shall refund the fee to the building owner.
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                     5.2.13.1 Fee for Inspection

                                 An owner may be charged fees for all inspections and re-
                                 inspections required under this contract.

                     5.2.13.2 Invoicing Owner for Inspection

                                 All invoices shall include each individual Regulated Objects
                                 Identification Number and the date of each elevator inspection or
                                 re-inspection for each fee billed.

             5.2.14The inspector’s decision to require a re-inspection may be appealed to the
                   Department by the building owner.

             5.2.15 The Contractor shall notify the Department of, and release to the
                    Department compliance enforcement of any conveyance for which the
                    Contractor will be required to conduct a second re-inspection.

             5.2.16 The Contractor shall review any required conveyance test reports for
                    conformance with Comm. 18 and Ind. 4, Wis. Adm. Codes and
                    ANSI/ASME A17.1 and A18.1 as appropriate.

             5.2.17 The Contractor shall provide, at his own expense, a toll free business
                    telephone number for building owners to contact staff. The toll free
                    number shall be staffed for business calls a minimum of eight (8)
                    consecutive hours per day Monday through Friday.

             5.2.18 The Contractor shall appear as a witness, if required, regarding inspections
                    it conducts.

             5.2.19 The Contractor shall have an inspector available for emergencies that may
                    arise after working hours. An after-hours telephone number shall be
                    furnished to the Elevator Program Section Chief. All emergencies shall be
                    responded to within two (2) hours of the time of notification.
     5.3     Starting date

             The services required of the Contractor pursuant to this proposal shall commence
             on a date agreeable to both the Contractor and the Department. Services for
             work required by this Proposal shall not commence until such time as a Contract
             has been duly executed and validated by the Contractor and the Department.

6.0 COST PROPOSAL

     6.1     General instructions on preparing cost proposals

             The cost proposal should be submitted in a separate envelope with the written
             proposal. Each district cost proposal will be scored using a standard quantitative
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             calculation where the most points will be awarded to the proposal with the lowest
             cost in each category.

             After the scoring of the written and on site demonstration is complete, cost will be
             scored. The maximum number of points will be awarded to the Contractor with the
             lowest price for each of the categories listed below in Sect. 6.2. The formula
             which follows will be used to award cost points per category in each district
             proposed.

                      Lowest Bid X Maximum Points For Cost Category = Points Awarded
                      Proposer’s bid

     6.2     Format for submitting cost proposals

             Submit a bid price on the Cost Proposal Sheet (Attachment B) identifying the bid
             district number where the proposal applies. A separate cost proposal sheet shall
             be submitted for each bid district number listed on Attachment F. It is not
             required that you bid on all bid districts.

             Attachment H provides the number of estimated elevators in the counties of each
             bid district. Note that the number of elevators in each bid district for which the
             Contractor will be responsible for actual enforcement could change.

             In the event there are bid districts where no bids are received, awards will be
             offered to the lowest responsible, responsive bid submitted within the adjacent bid
             districts.

             Complete and submit any or all bid district(s) on Attachment B for your cost
             proposal with the following criteria:
                                                                        POINTS
             A. Acceptance Inspections/Re-Inspections
                1. Traction Elevator, other Elevator Driving Machines      4
                2. Hydraulic Elevator                                     12
                3. Dumbwaiter, Platform Lift, Stair Chair Lift, Special
                   Application Elevator                                    2
                4. Escalator, Moving Walk                                  2

             B. Periodic Inspections/Re-Inspections
                1. Traction Elevator, other Elevator Driving Machines       16
                2. Hydraulic Elevator                                       48
                3. Dumbwaiter, Platform Lift, Stair Chair Lift, Special
                   Application Elevator                                     8
                4. Escalator, Moving Walk                                   8
                                                                          ____
             Total:                                                       100
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     6.3     Fixed price period

             All prices, costs and conditions outlined in the proposal shall remain fixed and
             valid for acceptance for sixty (60) calendar days starting on the due date for
             proposals.

7.0 SPECIAL CONTRACT TERMS AND CONDITIONS

     In addition to any other standards, procedures, rules or regulation adopted by the
     Department, the Contractor shall comply with the following:

     7.1     Payment requirements

             The Department is not responsible for the payment of any services to the
             Contractor. The Contractor shall provide its own invoicing and fee collection
             system for those services the Contractor provides. No fees shall be collected
             until an inspection/re-inspection has been completed. The Department shall
             review and approve the payment system provided prior to contracting.

     7.2     Elevator Industry Conflict of Interests

             The Contractor affirms that it does not and will not engage in, or have any
             interest, direct or indirect, in any wholesale or retail operation involving elevators,
             that transacts business in the State of Wisconsin, and further states that the
             Contractor does not engage in the work of installing or repairing elevators in the
             State of Wisconsin.

     7.3     Department Oversight

             7.3.1 All inspections shall be subject to re-inspection, examination, and tests by
                   the Department at any and all times during the course of the work and at
                   any and all places where such work is being carried on. The Department
                   shall have the right to reject substandard inspections or reports and require
                   re-inspection or resubmission of reports within five (5) working days.

             7.3.2 Beginning within one (1) week of the services starting in accordance with
                   Section 5.3, the Contractor shall submit to the Department on a weekly
                   basis a list of all scheduled acceptance inspections for a period of six (6)
                   months.

     7.4     Inspection Responsibility

             In the case of failure by the Contractor to comply with the prescribed performance
             of any part of inspection, or if any inspection is omitted on any occasion when
             scheduled for performance, the Contractor will be notified of this failure or
             omission and will be required by the State to perform the omitted inspection within
             two (2) working days.
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     7.5     Department Meetings

             The Contractor agrees to meet with the Department at reasonable times and with
             reasonable notice. All records, data, and files created from the performance of
             duties outlined in this document shall be available to the Department at all times.

     7.6     Activity Reporting

             The Contractor agrees to provide monthly or quarterly activity reports upon
             request as required by the Elevator Program Section Chief. This includes
             individual schedules for each inspector to assist in the facilitation of field audits
             conducted by the Department.

     7.7     Scheduling of Work

             7.7.1 For all acceptance inspections, the Contractor shall have adequate
                   qualified staff available to schedule an inspection within 10 business days
                   of the date requested by the elevator installer(s). For all periodic
                   inspections, the Contractor shall have adequate qualified staff available to
                   perform an inspection prior to permit to operate expiration date. Upon
                   request by a building owner or owner’s representative, the Contractor shall
                   schedule an appointment with said owner or owner’s representative prior to
                   the periodic inspection of the elevator(s).

             7.7.2 The Contractor may observe all State Government holidays. Inspections
                   shall generally be conducted during regular working hours of regular
                   working days of the State Government unless otherwise ordered by the
                   Elevator Program Section Chief. Inspections shall be performed during
                   other hours when necessary to prevent disruption of normal work activities
                   or when requested by the building owner or manager. The Contractor, at
                   his option, and with the consent of the building owner or his authorized
                   representative, may work on State holidays and at other than regular
                   working hours if it is at no additional cost to the elevator owner.

             7.7.3 The Contractor shall work with the Department to establish a schedule that
                   minimizes travel. Travel will be minimized by methods including, but not
                   limited to, adjusting permit to operate expiration dates to correspond to
                   those of surrounding elevators and scheduling for inspection at the same
                   time elevators located in proximity to each other.
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     7.8     Amendments to the Elevator Inspection List

             7.8.1 Number of elevators assigned

                     Vendors should be aware that the number of elevators is subject to
                     change. Future inspections may include elevators or lifts within dwelling
                     units with the passage of 2005 Wisconsin Act 456.

             7.8.2 Independent Elevator Inspectors

                     In accordance with Comm 18.08, Wis Adm. Code, independent inspectors
                     may perform inspections on elevators per contract with individual owners.
                     The number of elevators assigned may be adjusted to account for this
                     code allowance.

             7.8.3 Errors and Omissions

                     The elevator list was compiled from a translated file. Errors and omissions
                     may have resulted during the translations. The Contractor would be made
                     aware of the additional elevators requiring inspection. Likewise, the list
                     may contain duplicate listings, and the Contractor will be made aware of
                     duplicate listings.

             7.8.4 Vacancies, Illness, and Competing Workloads

                     The Contractor may be requested to add to its workload, inspections
                     normally assigned Department employees. Such a request would result
                     when a position vacancy, inspector illness, or inspector competing
                     workload prevented the Department from completing an inspection within
                     time limits. The additional elevators may be removed from the Contractor’s
                     list when the vacancy is filled.

             7.8.5 Newly Installed Conveyances

                     After a newly installed conveyance is put into service, it will be placed on
                     the list for a periodic inspection.

             7.8.6 Agent Municipality Inspections

                     Municipalities may petition the Department to conduct their own elevator
                     inspection programs regardless of this contract.

             7.8.7 Additions and Deletions of Bid Districts

                     The Department may make adjustments in the bid districts as the result of
                     workload changes. As a result of a Contractor termination, the Department
                     may make adjustments of resulting new bid districts by awarding to the
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                     lowest-cost adjacent Contractors or may be let out again by the
                     Department for bidding.

      7.9    Insurance Requirements:

             Workers Compensation: The Contractor shall maintain workers compensation
             insurance for all employees engaged in work under this contract. A copy of the
             Contractor’s insurance policy or certificate of insurance must be filed with the
             state’s contract administrator prior to execution of the contract.

             The Contractor shall maintain commercial general liability and property damage
             insurance including Completed Products and Completed Operations, as well as
             Errors and Omissions for all claims that might occur in carrying out the work
             under this contract. Minimum coverage shall be General Liability and Property
             Damage: $2 mil. – Errors & Omissions, $2 mil. – General Liability & $2 mil. –
             Umbrella.

             Motor Vehicle Insurance: The Contractor shall maintain motor vehicle insurance
             for all owned, non-owned and hired vehicles that are used in carrying out work
             under this contract. Minimum coverage shall be $1,000,000 per occurrence
             combined single limit for automobile liability and property damage.

             State of Wisconsin Named: The State of Wisconsin shall be named as an
             additional insured on the commercial general liability and property damage and
             automobile liability policies.

             Insurer: The insurer shall be licensed to do business in the state of Wisconsin
             and rated A- or better by A.M. Best Co. The insurer shall be required to give the
             Department a 60 day notice of cancellation or changes in coverage, except 10
             days for non-payment premium.

             Certificate of Insurance: The Contractor shall provide the Department with a
             certificate of insurance indicating that the required coverage is in place prior to
             commencement of any work under the contract.

             Insurance Limits: The Department reserves the right to require higher or lower
             limits where warranted.

     7.10    Termination of contract

             The Department may terminate the contract at any time at its sole discretion by
             delivering 30 days written notice to the Contractor. Upon termination, the
             agency’s liability will be limited to the pro rata cost of the services performed as of
             the date of termination plus expenses incurred with the prior written approval of
             the Department. In the event that the Contractor terminates the contract, for any
             reason whatsoever, it will require written notice to that effect to be delivered by
             the Contractor to the Department not less than 90 days prior to said termination.
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             7.10.1 Prime Contractor and minority business subcontractors

                       The prime Contractor will be responsible for contract performance when
                       subcontractors are used. However, when subcontractors are used, they
                       must abide by all terms and conditions of the contract. If subcontractors
                       are to be used, the Contractor must clearly explain their participation and
                       receive prior written approval of the Department.

                       The Department is committed to the promotion of minority business in the
                       state’s purchasing program. Authority for this program is found in ss.
                       15.107(2), 16.75(4), 16.755, and 540.036, Wis. Stats.

                       The successful Contractor will be encouraged to purchase services and
                       supplies from minority businesses certified by the Wisconsin Department
                       of Commerce, Bureau of Minority Business Development. The
                       Department will require from the successful Contractor a quarterly report
                       of purchases of such supplies and services necessary for the
                       implementation of the contract.

             7.10.2 Executed contract to constitute entire agreement

                       In the event of contract award, the contents of this RFP (including all
                       attachments), RFP addenda and revisions, and the proposal of the
                       successful proposer, and additional terms agreed to, in writing, by the
                       Department and the Contractor shall become part of the contract. Failure
                       of the successful proposer to accept these as a contractual agreement
                       may result in a cancellation of award.

                       The following priority of contract documents will be used if there are
                       conflicts or disputes.

                             Contractor’s Proposal Dated on or before 05/24/2007
                             State Request for Proposal Dated 04/03/2007
                             Standard Terms and Conditions (Sect. 8.0)

8.0 STANDARD TERMS AND CONDITIONS

     The Department reserves the right to incorporate standard State contract provisions into
     any contract negotiated with any proposal submitted responding to this RFP (Standard
     Terms and Conditions (DOA-3054) and Supplemental Standard Terms and Conditions
     for Procurements for Services (DOA-3681) Attachment A). Failure of the successful
     proposer to accept these obligations in a contractual agreement may result in
     cancellation of the award.
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9.0 REQUIRED FORMS

     The following forms must be completed and submitted with the proposal in accordance
     with the instructions given in Section 2.4. Blank forms are attached.

             Request for Proposal Cover Form (DOA-3261)
             Designation of Confidential and Proprietary Information (DOA-3027, Att. C)
             Vendor Information (DOA-3477, Attachment D)
             Vendor Reference (DOA-3478, Attachment G)
             Cost Proposal(s) (Attachment B)

				
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