Proposal Forms

Document Sample
Proposal Forms Powered By Docstoc
					                                       Education Partners Solution, Inc.                               281-494-0187




 5.4 Video Surveillance System Description
Vendor/Manufacturer will provide TISD with Y/N answers with comments if needed to the
following functional matrix:
VIDEO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM DESCRIPTION

1)    Overview:
a)    Work to include installation of Internet Protocol (IP) addressable video surveillance and provide the
capability of connection to access monitoring control systems within the campus and within the district.
Connection to the data network system is required. Coverage is to be campus interior as well as designated exterior
areas. Vendor will propose camera locations based upon site surveys, campus maps, experience and/or any other
resources made available to assist in sizing each campus coverage.
2)    Video Surveillance System
a)    The Campus Surveillance System will be used to monitor designated interior and exterior areas at all times.
b)    The system is used to visually monitor designated areas as proposed by the vendor.
c)    The following functional capabilities are considered essential for this Surveillance system.
        i)     Switch any assigned camera in the system to any monitor in the system.
        ii)   Provide partitioning of cameras and priority access.
        iii) Cameras equipped with environmental housings.
        iv) Provide fused low voltage power for control of heater and blower.
        v)    Adjust and balance cameras via software from network accessed workstations.
        vi) Minimum camera adjustments available:
                (1) Iris
                (2) Shutter
                (3) Zoom
                (4) Focus
                (5) Gain
                (6) Hue
                (7) Backlight Compensation
                (8) Color Saturation
                (9) Brightness
                (10) Aperture
                (11) Contrast
d) Enter and edit video information real-time and save them for future use.
e)    View via multiple monitors at one time.
f)    Support an unlimited number of viewing stations.
g)    User define sequence for viewing camera(s) on each monitoring station.
h)    Bypass cameras in the system during sequencing to a monitor.
i)     Provide the capability to program alarms and associated incoming alarms with related outputs.
j)     Bypass alarms in the system, either by position or time deactivation.
k)    Provide time, date and alphanumeric camera titling.
l)     Provide real time system status in the master controller.
m) Record alarmed and monitored camera viewing areas.
n)    Motion detection shall trigger the archiving of images.
o)    Cameras must have motion detection.

3)   Graphical User Interface (GUI) and software control:
a)   Control and configuration must offer integration of components and operation into one complete system.

TISD Security Camera RFP – V.3.3                Page 1                     Education Partners Solution, Inc.
                                                                                                   (281) 494-0187
                                      Education Partners Solution, Inc.                               281-494-0187


4)    General
a)   Equipment temperature limits: 0 to 50 degrees C.
b)    Cameras
        i)      Camera Environmental Housing Power Supply:
              (1) Provide for powering of camera environmental housings.
              (2) Output: 24VAC with sufficient amp capacity for control of cameras and housings associated to
each circuit.

5)    Building Surveillance Camera:
a)    Multicast video streams
b)    Support for in-line 802.3.af compliant power over Category 5 and category 6 cabling.
c)    Simultaneous encoding of video into multiple digital video streams: Specify at camera or server:
        i)    640 x 480 JPEG (2 fps to 10 fps) – Frames Per Second (fps)
        ii)   Configurable MPEG4 (30 fps, 10 kbps) Low-resolution full motion video.
        iii) Configurable MPEG4 (30 fps, 900 kbps) High-resolution full-motion video.
        iv) Configurable H.264 (30 fps, 900 kbps) High-resolution full-motion video.
d) Industry standard compression formats – JPEG, MPEG4 and H.264.
f)    Motion detection at the camera.
g)    Integrated 18x motorized zoom
h)    Variable focus (4.1 to 73.8mm)
i)     Auto iris control
j)     Static or dynamic IP addressing
k)    LED indicators for status reporting
l)     10/100 Ethernet interface – IEEE 802.3, 802.3U, 802.3i, 802.3af.
m)     Support trigger cards that allow for inbound and outbound dry contacts.
n)    Support Audio sensing and recording
o)    Audio shall interface with system Alarms and Alerts triggering recording when audio threshold is broken
including, archive, alerts, and playback.
p)    Audio to have threshold adjustments and lip synchronization.
q)     Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS) 196-2 compliant digital signatures in all archived files.
r)    Support cameras behind Network Address Translation (NAT) routers.
s)    Cameras shall support copper, single-mode and multi-mode fiber optic connectivity.
t)   Support streams transmitted via TCP/IP and UDP.
u)    User permissions to be granular enough to allow user by user, camera by camera, and function by function to
be assigned to each user.
v) Provide export of video to CD or DVD with system viewing software. (Burn to DVD)
w)     Support screen resolution greater than 1024 x 768.
x)    Support both 4x3 and 16x9 monitor viewing.
y)    Video window presets can be loaded at startup.
z)    Video window presets are scheduled based on time and date.
aa) Capability to interface with Access control systems
bb) Archive video only when motion is detected.
cc) Archiving of full motion MPEG4 and/or JPEG images provided.
dd) Viewing of full motion 30 frames per second video at all monitor stations.
ee) Remote viewing of video from unlimited locations.
ff) The surveillance system shall be capable of an unlimited number of cameras.
gg) Color and Monochrome viewing with color viewing down to 0.1 lux and monochrome down to 0.01 lux.
hh) Wireless viewing stations supported.



TISD Security Camera RFP – V.3.3                Page 2                     Education Partners Solution, Inc.
                                                                                                   (281) 494-0187
                                      Education Partners Solution, Inc.                               281-494-0187

6)    Building Surveillance Outdoor Environmental Camera Housing:
a)    Provide a weather resistance NEMA 4X rated enclosure construction of aluminum bracket, acrylic and UV
stable plastic.
b)    Internal dimensions: accommodate camera, lens and serving cables.
c)    Provide with thermostatic controlled blower and heater.

7)    Power Over Ethernet Switches:
a)    District currently has Cisco Catalyst 3750 10/100 or 3750G PoE switches deployed in every
telecommunications closet.
b)    If requested, provide 802.3af switches for providing camera power via the network cabling system.
c)    If requested, provide power inserters if 802.3af switches ports are not available.

8)   CAMERA CONTROL SYSTEM:
a)   Software:
      i)    Provide manufacture software modules:
              (1) View Watch
              (2) Event Watch
              (3) Decision Watch
              (4) Gate Watch
              (5) Reports
              (6) Joystick PTZ control option
b)   Management
      i)    Single management application
      ii)    Software updates centrally
      iii)   Scalable to 800 cameras
      iv)   Web browser based
      v)    Remote access with password and ID without client
      vi) Centralized server administration
      vii) Dynamic load balancing of cameras across servers
c)   Backup
      i)    Non proprietary archiving

8)   Support/Training
a)   800 support call center
b)   24x7 support
c)   US Based help desk
d)   Texas support presence
e)   Online training support




TISD Security Camera RFP – V.3.3                Page 3                     Education Partners Solution, Inc.
                                                                                                  (281) 494-0187
                                  Education Partners Solution, Inc.                         281-494-0187


6.0 Proposal Forms

6.1 Proposer Information
   1. Company Name

   2. Legal Name (if different)

   3. Years in Business Under Name

   4. Years installing similar systems

   5. Contact Person

   6. Full Mailing Address

   7. Address Line 2

   8. Telephone Number

   9. Fax Number

   10. Email Address/Web Site

   11. Number of Full-time employees

   12. Number of Full Time Technical Personnel

   13. Project Manager Name

   14. Attached personnel resumes of Project Team                        (YES)          (NO)

   15. Service Provider Identification Number (SPIN)




TISD Security Camera RFP – V.3.3          Page 4                      Education Partners Solution, Inc.
                                                                                         (281) 494-0187
                                 Education Partners Solution, Inc.                         281-494-0187



6.2 Proposer Experience
   To be a qualified Proposer, the vendor must include below three references with similar
   systems or equipment installed. Preference will be given to vendors with references for
   implementations at organizations most similar to TISD. Include separate sheet(s) containing
   supporting documentation regarding reference projects if available.
   REFERENCE #1
   1. Organization Name
   2. Contact Person(s)
   3. Full Mailing Address
   4. Address Line 2
   5. Telephone Number
   6. Fax Number
   7. Project Dates
   8. Brief Description (attach detail)




   REFERENCE #2
   1. Organization Name
   2. Contact Person(s)
   3. Full Mailing Address
   4. Address Line 2
   5. Telephone Number
   6. Fax Number
   7. Project Dates
   8. Brief Description (attach detail)




TISD Security Camera RFP – V.3.3          Page 5                     Education Partners Solution, Inc.
                                                                                        (281) 494-0187
                                 Education Partners Solution, Inc.                         281-494-0187




   REFERENCE #3
   1. Organization Name
   2. Contact Person(s)
   3. Full Mailing Address
   4. Address Line 2
   5. Telephone Number
   6. Fax Number
   7. Project Dates
   8. Brief Description (attach detail)




TISD Security Camera RFP – V.3.3          Page 6                     Education Partners Solution, Inc.
                                                                                        (281) 494-0187
                                 Education Partners Solution, Inc.                         281-494-0187



6.3 Proposer Subcontractors/Partners


   Every subcontractor shall be bound by the applicable terms and provisions of the contract
   documents. Further information about the subcontractor/partner may be requested prior to
   award. Identify all subcontractors or partners used for this project. Include separate sheet(s)
   labeled "Subcontractors/Partners" if necessary.
   Subcontractor/Partner #1
   1. Organization Name
   2. Years in Business Under Name
   3. Years installing similar systems
   4. Contact Person
   5. Project Function
   Subcontractor/Partner #2
   1. Organization Name
   2. Years in Business Under Name
   3. Years installing similar systems
   4. Contact Person
   5. Project Function
   Subcontractor/Partner #3
   1. Organization Name
   2. Years in Business Under Name
   3. Years installing similar systems
   4. Contact Person
   5. Project Function




TISD Security Camera RFP – V.3.3         Page 7                      Education Partners Solution, Inc.
                                                                                        (281) 494-0187
                                   Education Partners Solution, Inc.                         281-494-0187




 6.4 Cost Summary
The respondent will provide a cost summary on the form below. The information requested
below is the minimum that will be accepted. Respondent will submit one (1) original and three
(3) complete copies of the Offer.
Additional information and pricing shall be documented, titled with the "Additional Service
Cost" line item on this Cost Summary Form that it detailing and the total additional cost entered
into that line item's price.

               6.4.1 Electronics Cost Summary
All Proposers must submit a Bill of Materials detail identifying, Part Number, Product
Description, Quantities and Extended Cost. This will include "no cost" items also. If proposer is
submitting installation and/or maintenance options, include this information.
   Cost of Turn-Key Quotation Option.

                   DESCRIPTION                                             PRICE

Equipment Cost =                                            $_____________________

Configuration Price =                                       $_____________________

Installation Price =                                        $_____________________

Maintenance Price =                                         $_____________________

+Other Price (Shipping, Bond, Management, etc.) =           $_____________________

-Other Price (Discounts, etc.) =                            $_____________________

Total Turn Key Price =                                      $_____________________


Include Network Diagrams
(describe by equipment type on separate sheet if necessary)




TISD Security Camera RFP – V.3.3           Page 8                      Education Partners Solution, Inc.
                                                                                          (281) 494-0187
                                 Education Partners Solution, Inc.                         281-494-0187



    Additional "Added Value" Service Cost Option:
    
                                                                                                    .
        Price = $________________
    
                                                                                                    .
        Price = $________________
    
                                                                                                    .
        Price = $________________
    
                                                                                                    .
        Price = $________________
    
                                                                                                    .
        Price = $________________


Other Proposal Criteria:
   Calendar days to complete projects with Project Plan and Calendar
       Total Project = ________________ Days




TISD Security Camera RFP – V.3.3         Page 9                      Education Partners Solution, Inc.
                                                                                        (281) 494-0187
                                 Education Partners Solution, Inc.                         281-494-0187




7.0 RFP REPONSE REQUIREMENTS

7.1 RFP Submittals
All vendors must provide a proposal that meet the specifications outlined in Sections 2.0 – 5.0.
and provide the information required to evaluate the RFP against the Criteria for Selection in
Section 1.5.
Technical specifications must be supplied on each product proposed.

7.2 Proposer Information
As outlined in section 6.0.

7.3 General Terms and Conditions
As outlined in section 8.0.




TISD Security Camera RFP – V.3.3         Page 10                     Education Partners Solution, Inc.
                                                                                        (281) 494-0187
                                 Education Partners Solution, Inc.                         281-494-0187



8.0 APPENDIX

Appendix A: Conditions, Disclosures and Notifications

      General Terms & Conditions
      Contractual Terms & Conditions
      Special Terms & Conditions
      Certificate of Residency
      Conflict of Interest Disclosure
      Felony Conviction Notification
      Vendor Debarment Statement
      Signed Notice Form
      References & Bid Qualification
      Model SB 9 Contractor Certification




TISD Security Camera RFP – V.3.3         Page 11                     Education Partners Solution, Inc.
                                                                                        (281) 494-0187
                                      Education Partners Solution, Inc.                            281-494-0187



                              TEMPLE INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
                                    GENERAL TERMS & CONDITIONS
A.   BID TERMS AND CONDITIONS


ALL OF THE FOLLOWING PROVISIONS BECOME A PART OF THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS
    OF THIS BID UNLESS SUPERSEDED BY ANY ATTACHED TERMS AND SUPPLEMENTAL
    CONDITIONS (OR SPECIFICATIONS), IN WHICH CASE THE ATTACHED CONDITIONS
    PREVAIL. ANY EXCEPTIONS MUST BE IN WRITING.


1.   Bids shall be submitted on this form only and placed in a separate envelope, sealed and properly
     identified with bid title, number and bid opening date.
2.   All items to be quoted F.O.B. Temple I.S.D. Warehouse freight pre-paid. Title does not transfer to
     the School District until received at same. (If applicable, see “Special Conditions”).
3.   Sums of money shall be indicated both by Unit Cost and Total Cost when applicable. In case of
     discrepancy, the Unit Cost shall govern.
4.   Unless otherwise specified, all prices are to be firm prices. Other than firm prices will not be
     considered, however, cash discounts offered may be considered in determining the successful
     supplier. Cash discount period shall start from date of receipt of acceptable invoice or from date of
     receipt of acceptable material whichever is the later.
5.   Any catalog, brand name or manufacturer’s reference used herein is intended to be descriptive
     and not restrictive. Proposals on any reputable manufacturer’s regularly produced product which
     is similar and substantially equivalent will be considered. Temple I.S.D. reserves the right to
     make final decisions as to comparable items. Be very certain that items upon which you bid and
     deliver are EQUAL to items listed. Materials which are not equal shall be returned to the supplier
     transportation charges collect.
6.   Samples, when requested, must be furnished within five working days of the request at no cost to
     the District. If not destroyed in examination, they will be returned to the bidder on request at the
     vendor’s expense.
7.   Temple I.S.D. reserves the right to accept or reject all or any part of any bid, to waive
     technicalities and to award items to best serve the interest of the District. This inquiry implies no
     obligation on the part of the buyer, nor does the buyer’s silence imply an acceptance or rejection
     of any offer.
8.   It is understood and agreed that the District reserves the right to increase or decrease quantities
     or modify conditions and specifications by mutual agreement with the selected supplier, both at
     the time of acceptance of this quotation offer, as so modified, and subsequent thereto.
9.   Temple ISD is exempt from all applicable Federal and State Taxes. All Quotation offers and/or
     bids are to be made taking this fact into consideration.
10. PLEASE NOTE CAREFULLY- Complete all information in spaces provided, otherwise your bid
    may not be considered.




TISD Security Camera RFP – V.3.3              Page 12                     Education Partners Solution, Inc.
                                                                                                (281) 494-0187
                                      Education Partners Solution, Inc.                              281-494-0187

                            GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS (page 2)
11. Deliveries under the terms of this bid will be in accordance with the dates indicated therein, except
    where no date is indicated, the vendor will enter the earliest assured date. It is understood and
    agreed that the delivery date and/or date of installation AFTER receipt of a purchase order is the
    seller’s best offer. In its acceptance of any offer, the district is relying on the promised delivery
    date and/or installation of material and basic to its acceptance, unless otherwise indicated. In the
    event of Seller’s failure to deliver as and when promised, the School District reserves the right to
    cancel its accepting order, or any part thereof, and seller agrees that the School District may
    return all or part of any shipment so made, and may charge seller with any loss or expense
    sustained as a result of such failure to deliver as promised. All goods are subject to inspection
    and return at the vendor’s expense if found to be inferior to those specified or promised.
12. In the event any article to be sold or delivered, thereunder, is covered by any patent,
    copyright, trademark, or application, the seller shall indemnify and hold harmless the District from
    any and all loss, cost expenses and legal fees on account of any claims, legal actions, or
    judgments on account of manufacture, sale, or use of such article in violation infringement or the
    like of rights under such patent, copyright or application.
13. The District shall not be responsible for any goods delivered or services performed without its
    purchase order signed by an authorized representative of the Purchasing Department.
14. Vendors who do not bid, but wish to remain on our bid list, must notify the Temple I.S.D.
    Purchasing Department in writing using the enclosed “Notice of No Response” form. Failure to do
    so may result in removal form this list.
15. CONFIDENTIAL OR TRADE SECRETS (Government Code, Article 252.049). If any of the
    information is considered to be confidential or a trade secret belonging to the offeror and, if
    released, would give advantage to a competitor or offeror, that information should be filed with the
    proposal in a separate envelope marked “CONFIDENTIAL – DO NOT DUPLICATE WITHOUT
    PERMISSION”.
16. Electronic, telephone, telegram and facsimile bids are unacceptable.
17. All items will be new and unused, unless otherwise specified, and in first class condition.
18. In the event that Seller’s obligations hereunder require or contemplate performance of services by
    seller’s employees, or persons under contract to Seller, to be done on Purchaser’s property, the
    Seller agrees that all such work shall be done as an independent contractor and that the persons
    doing such work shall not be considered employees of the Purchaser. Seller shall maintain all
    necessary insurance coverage as required by statute as well as those coverage specifically
    enumE-Rated within the bid document. Seller shall indemnify and save harmless and defend
    Purchaser from any and all claims or liabilities arising out of the work covered by this paragraph.
19. All shipments and/or correspondence (i.e. cartons, packages, invoices, etc.) must bear the
    appropriate TISD purchase order number on the outside.
20. PAYMENT will be made upon receipt and acceptance by Temple ISD of item(s) ordered and
    receipt of a valid invoice, in accordance with the State of Texas Prompt Payment Act, Chapter
    2251, Government Code VTCA. Successful bidder(s) is required to pay subcontractors within ten
    (10) days.
21. Seller agrees to not discriminate against a qualified individual with a disability. Seller also agrees
    to provide a qualified individual with a disability an opportunity to participate in or benefit from the
    aid, benefit, or service that is equal to that afforded others involved in the program, service or
    activity.




TISD Security Camera RFP – V.3.3               Page 13                    Education Partners Solution, Inc.
                                                                                                 (281) 494-0187
                                       Education Partners Solution, Inc.                             281-494-0187

                              GENERAL TERMS & CONDITIONS (page 3)




22.    The Temple Independent School District shall give preference to small and minority
      firms, women’s business enterprise and labor surplus area firms as required by CFR,
      Title 34, Section 80.36 or when it is in the best interest of the District.
23. EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES LAWS. Successful bidder will be required
    to comply with applicable equal employment opportunity laws and regulations.
24. No individual shall be excluded from participating in, denied the benefit of, subject to
    discrimination under, or denied employment in the administration of, or in connection with any
    such program because of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, handicap, or political
    application or belief.
25. Any bid received after the time and date specified for opening shall not be considered.
26. Temple ISD reserves the right to award items on this invitation in groups, “item by item”, or an “all
    or none” basis – whichever serves the interest of the district.
27. CONTRACT. This bid, when properly accepted by Temple ISD, shall constitute an integral part of
    any contract, equally binding between the successful bidder and Temple ISD. No different or
    additional terms will become a part of this contract with the exception of Change Orders.
28. EVALUATION CRITERIA. In determining whom to award a contract, the district shall consider:
    (1) the purchase price; (2) the reputation of the vendor and of the vendor’s goods or services; (3)
    the quality of the vendor’s goods or services; (4) the extent to which the goods or services meet
    the district’s needs; (5) the vendor’s past relationship with the district; (6) the impact on the ability
    of the district to comply with laws and rules relating to historically underutilized businesses; (7) the
    long-term cost to the district to acquire the vendor’s goods or services; and (8) any other relevant
    factor as listed in the project documents.
29. ALL VENDORS OR CONTRACTORS DOING BUSINESS WITH TEMPLE ISD must submit a
                                                                      th
    Conflict of Interest Questionnaire if required no later than the 7 business day after the
    date the person becomes aware of facts that require the statement to be filed as required
    by Local Government Code, Section 176.006.
      THE UNDERSIGNED HEREBY:
      Agrees to deliver the items specified herein in accordance with the terms, conditions,
      specifications and prices set forth.




      FIRM:


      AUTHORIZED SIGNATURE:



      DATE:




TISD Security Camera RFP – V.3.3               Page 14                     Education Partners Solution, Inc.
                                                                                                 (281) 494-0187
                                    Education Partners Solution, Inc.                            281-494-0187

     B.         CONTRACTUAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

         Following award to the successful bidder, TISD may require such Vendor to execute an
         agreement with TISD, which may include the following contractual provisions. This list is
         not intended to be exhaustive, and TISD reserves the right, prior to execution and approval
         of any agreement between the parties, to include any other contractual provisions that
         may be appropriate. Vendor understands and agrees that any terms and conditions
         submitted by Vendor as part of its bid are not incorporated into any agreement between
         Vendor and TISD, and are hereby expressly excluded, unless such terms and conditions
         are restated herein below, or included in any final agreement executed between Vendor
         and the duly authorized representative of TISD. In the event a separate agreement is not
         executed by TISD and Vendor following the bid award, these Contractual Terms and
         Conditions, along with the above Bid Terms and Conditions and any TISD Special Terms
         and Conditions of Insurance shall constitute the entire agreement governing the parties’
         relationship.
1.   Deliverables under this Agreement will be made in accordance with the deadlines indicated in the
     bid documents, or as otherwise amended in a properly executed Agreement between the parties. In
     the event of Vendor’s failure to deliver as and when promised, the TISD reserves the right to cancel
     its order, or any part thereof, and Vendor agrees that the District may return all or part of any
     deliverable so made. In such event, TISD may charge Vendor with any losses, damages or
     expenses incurred as a result of such failure to deliver as promised.
2.   All furnished materials will be new and unused, unless otherwise specified, and in first class
     condition. All goods are subject to inspection and return at the Vendor’s expense if found to be
     inferior to those specified or promised.
3.   Vendor expressly warrants that all goods or services furnished under this Agreement shall conform
     to all specifications and appropriate standards and shall be free from defects in material or
     workmanship. Vendor warrants that all such goods or services shall conform to any statements
     made on the containers or labels or advertisements for such goods, or services, and that any goods
     will be adequately contained, packaged, marked and labeled.
4.   In the event that Vendor’s obligations hereunder require or contemplate that performance of
     services by Vendor’s employees, or persons under contract to Vendor, be done on TISD’s
     property, Vendor agrees that all such work shall be done as an independent contractor and
     that the persons doing such work shall not be considered employees of TISD. Vendor shall
     maintain all necessary insurance coverage as required by statute as well as those coverages
     specifically enumE-Rated within the bid documents or TISD Special Terms and Conditions of
     Insurance.
5.   TISD may not be held liable for non-funding of an expenditure caused through no fault of its own,
     and loss of funding to TISD shall constitute grounds for termination of the parties’ contractual
     relationship by TISD, in whole or in part, without penalty, pecuniary risk or further liability to TISD.
6.   If this is a renewable Agreement, the prices, terms, and conditions of this Agreement will govern all
     extensions and renewals with Vendor, unless mutually amended in writing and duly authorized by
     the parties.
7.   TERMINATION FOR CAUSE. If at any time, Vendor fails to fulfill or abide by the terms and
     conditions or specifications of this Agreement, TISD reserves the right, at its sole discretion, to do
     one or more of the following, as allowed by law:
           purchase the goods or services on the open market and charge the Vendor the difference
            between the Agreement price and actual purchase price;
           deduct any charges, losses or damages for non-performance or defective performance from
            existing or future invoice amounts due to Vendor;
           terminate this Agreement upon thirty (30) days of written notification to Vendor and remove
            Vendor from the active proposal file for a period of time not less than one (1) year;


TISD Security Camera RFP – V.3.3             Page 15                    Education Partners Solution, Inc.
                                                                                              (281) 494-0187
                                     Education Partners Solution, Inc.                            281-494-0187

            terminate this Agreement upon thirty (30) days of written notification and re-propose the
             goods or services;
            terminate this Agreement upon thirty (30) days of written notification and award to next lower
             responsible bidder/offeror.
8.    TERMINATION FOR CONVENIENCE:                TISD reserves the right to cancel this Agreement for
      convenience, in its sole discretion and without cause, at any time with upon (30) days written notice
      to Vendor. In the event of cancellation, Temple ISD will not be held responsible for loss of business
      or any termination expenses incurred by the Vendor.
9.    Any certificates of Insurance furnished by the Vendor as evidence of the insurance maintained by
      him shall include a clause obligating the Insurer to give Temple Independent School District thirty
      (30) days prior written notice of cancellation or any material change in the insurance.
10.   If, following seven (7) days written notice to Vendor identifying defective or nonconforming work,
      Vendor or its subcontractors fail to correct such defective or nonconforming work, TISD may order
      the Vendor to stop further work, or any portion thereof, until the defect or nonconformance has been
      properly corrected by Vendor or its subcontractors.
11.   Should the Vendor not proceed with the correction of defective or non-conforming work within three
      (3) additional days of TISD’s order to stop further work, set forth in Paragraph 11 above, the Owner
      may cause the removal, repair or correction of the defective or nonconforming work and may charge
      all associated costs of the same to Vendor.
12.   The Vendor shall not sub-contract, in whole or partially, any part of those services required to fulfill
      the terms of this Agreement without first obtaining written approval from TISD.
13.   The Vendor shall give all notices and comply with all laws, ordinances, rules, regulations, and lawful
      orders of any public authority bearing on the performance of the work.
14.   Unless otherwise provided within those specifications of this bid, the Vendor shall secure and pay
      for any fees, licenses, or permits necessary for the successful completion and proper execution of
      the work, be it community, city, county, or state requirement.
15.   All invoices for payment submitted by Vendor shall be accompanied by a detailed breakdown of all
      work performed and materials provided, by date and quantity.
16.   Vendor agrees to provide and pay for all labor, materials, and equipment necessary for the proper
      execution and completion of work under this Agreement.
17.   Vendor shall at all times enforce strict discipline and good order among its employees and shall not
      employ on the work site any unfit person or anyone not skilled in the task assigned to him.
18.   Vendor at all times shall keep the premises free from accumulation of waste materials or rubbish
      caused by its operations.
19.   Vendor shall take all reasonable precautions for the safety of, and shall provide all reasonable
      protection to prevent damage, injury, or loss to:
          1) Vendor’s employees and subcontractors;
          2) Any and all innocent bystanders;
          3) Any and all equipment and premises of TISD.
20.   Vendor covenants and agrees to fully indemnify, defend, and hold harmless, the District, its
      agents, employees, trustees, individually or collectively, from and against any and all costs,
      claims, liens, damages, losses, expenses, fees, fines, penalties, proceedings, actions,
      demands, causes of action, liability and suits of any kind and nature, including but not
      limited to personal or bodily injury, death and property damage, against the District directly
      or indirectly arising out of, resulting from or related to Vendor’s activities under this
      Agreement, including any acts or omissions of Vendor, any agent, officer, director,
      representative, employee, consultant or subcontractor of Vendor, and their respective
      officers, agents, employees, directors and representatives while in the exercise of


TISD Security Camera RFP – V.3.3              Page 16                    Education Partners Solution, Inc.
                                                                                               (281) 494-0187
                                      Education Partners Solution, Inc.                             281-494-0187

      performance of the rights or duties under this Agreement.
21.   Vendor shall promptly notify the District in writing, but not more than ninety (90) days, following the
      accrual of any claim or demand against the District or Vendor known to Vendor related to or arising
      out of Vendor’s activities under this Agreement. Failure to provide timely notice shall constitute a
      waiver of such claim by Vendor.


“The undersigned affirms that this company, corporation, firm, partnership or individual has not prepared
this bid in collusion with any other bidder, and that the contents of this bid as to prices, terms or conditions
of said bid have not been communicated by the undersigned nor by any employee or agent to any other
person engaged in this type of business prior to official opening of this bid.”


      FIRM:


      AUTHORIZED SIGNATURE:

      DATE:




TISD Security Camera RFP – V.3.3               Page 17                    Education Partners Solution, Inc.
                                                                                                 (281) 494-0187
                                    Education Partners Solution, Inc.                            281-494-0187

                            TEMPLE INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
                                 SPECIAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS


I.     Owner – the Owner is Temple Independent School District
       Contractor – the Contractor is the person or entity with whom the Owner shall contract to perform
       those specifications set forth in this proposal.


II.    AN ACCEPTABLE SURETY COMPANY PROPOSAL BOND or CERTIFIED CHECK for the
       amount not less than five percent (5%) of the proposal amount shall accompany each proposal.
       “Acceptable Surety” means an Insurance Company licensed by the Texas State Board of
       Insurance to act as surety, have an A.M., Best Rating of “A-:VII” or higher, be listed in the Federal
       Register, and having an unblemished record. The check or bond of each unsuccessful contractor
       will be returned within ten (10) days after the proposal is awarded. FAILURE OF AN ACCEPTED
       CONTRACTOR TO ENTER INTO A CONTRACT TO COMPLETE THE SPECIFIED WORK MAY
       CAUSE FORFEITURE OF HIS BID/SEALED PROPOSAL SECURITY. FAILURE TO SUBMIT
       PROPER BID/SEALED PROPOSAL SECURITY SHALL CAUSE REJECTION OF THE
       PROPOSAL.

III.   BOND AND INSURANCE SUBMITTALS.
       A.    The successful contractor shall be required to furnish the appropriate certificates of
             insurance, and the executed Payment and Performance Bonds, if required, prior to
             starting the project.
       B.    Bonds: Prior to commencement of Work hereunder, contractor will, if the Contract Price
             exceeds $25,000.00, provide an Acceptable Surety Company Payment and Performance
             Bond, each in principal amount equal to one hundred percent (100%) of the Contract
             Price, conditioned that the contractor will faithfully perform all its undertakings in this
             Contract and will fully pay all persons furnishing labor and material in the prosecution of
             the Work provided for in this Contract. By “Acceptable Surety” is meant an Insurance
             Company licensed by the Texas State Board of Insurance to act as surety, have an A.M.
             Best Rating of “A-:VII” or higher, be listed in the Federal Register, and having an
             unblemished record. If any surety upon any bond becomes insolvent or otherwise ceases
             to do business in this State, the contractor shall promptly furnish equivalent security to
             protect the interests of Temple ISD and of persons furnishing labor and materials in the
             prosecution of the Work.

IV.    INSURANCE
       A.    The contractor shall maintain insurance of the kinds and in the amounts specified below
             and furnish Temple Independent School District with Certificates of Insurance as
             evidence thereof in the prescribed form. If any work provided for or to be performed
             under any Specifications is sub-let (as otherwise permitted by the terms of such
             Specifications), the contractor shall require the subcontractor to maintain and furnish him
             with satisfactory evidence of Workers Compensation, Employer’s Liability and such other
             forms and amounts of insurance which the contractor deems reasonably adequate.
       B.    The contractor will provide and maintain standard fire, extended coverage perils,
             vandalism and malicious mischief insurance to protect the interest of both the contractor
             and the Owner for materials brought into the job or stored on the premises. Such
             insurance shall be for at least one hundred percent (100%) of the insurable value of the
             work to be performed including all items of labor and materials incorporated therein,
             materials stored at the job-site to be used in completing the work, and such other supplies
             and equipment incidental to the work as are not owned or rented by the contractor, the
             costs of which are included in the direct cost of the work.
       C.    This insurance shall not cover any tools, derricks, machinery, tar buckets, ladders,
             engines, workmen’s quarters, boilers, pumps, wagons, scaffolds, forms, compressors,

TISD Security Camera RFP – V.3.3            Page 18                     Education Partners Solution, Inc.
                                                                                             (281) 494-0187
                                    Education Partners Solution, Inc.                            281-494-0187

             shanties, or other items owned or rented by the contractor, the cost of which is not
             included in the direct cost of the work.
      D.     In accordance with above items, the contractor shall maintain the following insurance:
             Contractor shall carry throughout the life of this Contract, at his expense, with insurers
             satisfactory to Temple ISD, insurance of not less than the following limits:
             1.    Worker’s Compensation and Employer’s Liability Insurance
                                Coverage                                          Minimum Limit
                     a.         Worker’s Compensation                             Statutory
                     b.         Employer’s Liability
                                Bodily Injury
                                        By Accident, Each Accident                $1,000,000
                                        By Disease, Each Employee                 $1,000,000
                                        By Disease, Policy Limit                  $1,000,000
                     c.         Attach Alternate Employer Endorsement, if applicable:
                                Under the “borrowed servant doctrine”, an employer who borrows or
                                leases an employee (the “special” or “alternate” employer) from another
                                firm (the “regular employer”) is held responsible for worker’s
                                compensation benefits to that worker. The doctrine can apply if there is
                                an express or implied contract of hire between the special employer and
                                the injured employee, the employee is engaged in work for the special
                                employer and the special employer controls the details of the work. The
                                most obvious example of where this could come into play is with respect
                                to employees provided by a temporary service. Other less obvious
                                examples of where the doctrine may apply include operators provided
                                with leased or rented equipment, aircraft, or vehicles and maintenance
                                employees supplied by a property management firm hired by the building
                                owner. Attachment of the alternate employer endorsement (WC 00 03
                                01 A) to the regular employer’s worker compensation policy eliminates
                                the possibility that the alternate employer might be held accountable for
                                payment of workers compensation benefits to a lent or leased employee.
             2.    General Liability
                          Coverage/Limit
                          a.      Bodily Injury and Property Damage
                                  Each Occurrence                                         $1,000,000
                           b.     Personal and Advertising Injury
                                  Each Occurrence                                         $1,000,000
                          c.     Products/Completed Operations (Aggregate)
                                 to be maintained for five years following
                                 completion of project)                                   $2,000,000
                          d.      General Aggregate                                       $2,000,000
                          e.      Fire Damage Legal (if lease involved)
                                  (any one fire)                                              $300,000
                          f.       Medical Expense (any one person)                           $10,000
                          g.       Standard ISO occurrence policy form
                          h.       District included as an insured (exclude products
                                   /completed operations)


TISD Security Camera RFP – V.3.3            Page 19                     Education Partners Solution, Inc.
                                                                                              (281) 494-0187
                                Education Partners Solution, Inc.                             281-494-0187

                        i.      Contractor’s insurance is primary (other Insurance clause).
                        j.      Covers contractual liability
                        k.      Aggregate limit to apply on a per project or per location basis
                                (other than products/completed operations).
                        l.      Separation of insureds clause.
                3.      Business Automobile
                        a. Each accident limit of $500,000
                        b. Covers owned, non-owned and hired vehicles
                        c. District included as an insured
                        d. Coverage to be on a standard ISO version business auto policy form, or
                           equivalent form
                        e. Liability coverage applies to “any auto”
                4.     Umbrella/Excess Liability Follow Form
                       Coverage/Limit
                       a.        Each Occurrence and Aggregate
                             $2,000,000
                       b.        Follow Form
                5.     All Policies/Coverages
                        a.      Each insurer must have an A.M. Best Rating of “A-:VII” or
                                higher and/or otherwise be acceptable to the District, and
                                must be licensed in Texas to write the above coverage.
                        b.      Each policy must provide the following:
                                1) 30-day notice of cancellation
                                2) 60-day notice of non-renewal
                                3) 30-day notice of material change
                                4) The policy must require that the insurer send notice to the District
          E.   This Insurance shall:
                1.      include coverage for the liability assumed by the contractor
                2.      include completed operation coverage which is to be kept in force by the
                        contractor for a period of not less than five years after completion of the work
                        provided for or performed under these specifications.
                3.      not be subject to any of the special property damage liability exclusions
                        commonly referred to as the XCU exclusions pertaining to blasting or
                        explosion, collapse or structural damage and underground property;
                4.      not be subject to any exclusion of property used by the insured or property in
                        the care, custody or control of the insured or property as to which the insured
                        for any purpose is exercising physical control; and
                5.     the Certificates of Insurance furnished by the contractor shall show by specific
                       reference that each of the foregoing items have been provided for.
          F.    The certificates of Insurance furnished by the contractor as evidence of the insurance
                maintained by him shall include a clause obligating the Insurer to give Temple
                Independent School District thirty (30) days prior written notice of cancellation or any
                material change in the insurance.
          G.    If the Contractor fails to correct defective work or persistently fails to fulfill his
                obligations according to specifications, the Owner may order the Contractor to stop
                work, or any portion thereof, until the cause for such order has been properly
                corrected.

TISD Security Camera RFP – V.3.3         Page 20                    Education Partners Solution, Inc.
                                                                                          (281) 494-0187
                                Education Partners Solution, Inc.                            281-494-0187

          H.    Should the Contractor not proceed with the correction of such defective or non-
                conforming work within a reasonable time, the Owner will remove the faulty work and
                replace it to comply with those specifications as set forth in this proposal. All costs
                connected with this shall be charged to the Contractor.
          I.    The Contractor shall not sub-contract, in whole or partially, any part of those services
                required to fulfill the terms of this contract without first obtaining approval from the
                Owner.
          J.    The Contractor shall give all notices and comply with all laws, ordinances, rules,
                regulations, and lawful orders of any public authority bearing on the performance of
                the work.
          K.    Unless otherwise provided within those specifications of this proposal, the Contractor
                shall secure and pay for any fees, licenses, or permits necessary for the successful
                completion and proper execution of the work, be it community, city, county, or state
                requirement.
          L.    The Contractor shall be responsible to the Owner for the acts and omissions of
                his/her employees (including sub-contractors) performing any work under the terms
                and conditions of this proposal (contract).
          M.    The Contractor agrees to provide and pay for all labor, materials, and equipment
                necessary for the proper execution and completion of work.
          N.    The Contractor shall at all times enforce strict discipline and good order among
                his/her employees and shall not employ on the work site any unfit person or anyone
                not skilled in the task assigned to him.
          O.    The Contractor at all times shall keep the premises free from accumulation of waste
                materials or rubbish caused by his operations.
          P.    The Contractor shall take all reasonable precautions for the safety of, and shall
                provide all reasonable protection to prevent damage, injury, or loss to:
                1.       Contractor’s employees;
                2.       Any and all innocent bystanders;
                3.       Any and all equipment and premises of the Owner
          Q.    TISD shall not be liable for any damage to person or property caused by any act,
                omission or neglect of Contractor, its agent, or Subcontractors, and Contractor
                agrees to Indemnify and hold Owner harmless from all liability and claims for any
                such damage

   V.    INDEMNITY
          A.    Contractor covenants and agrees to fully indemnify, defend, and hold harmless, the
                District and the elected officials, employees, officers, Board of Directors, volunteers
                and representatives of the district, individually or collectively, from and against any
                and all costs, claims, liens, damages, losses, expenses, fees, fines, penalties,
                proceedings, actions, demands, causes of action, liability and suits of any kind and
                nature, including but not limited to personal or bodily injury, death and property
                damage, made upon the District directly or indirectly arising out of, resulting from or
                related to Contractor’s activities under this Contract, including any acts or omissions
                of Contractor, any agent, officer, director, representative, employee, consultant or
                subcontractor of contractor, and their respective officers, agent, employees, directors
                and representatives while in the exercise of performance of the rights or duties under
                this contract. The indemnity provided for in this paragraph shall not apply to any
                liability resulting from the negligence of the district, its officers or employees, in
                instances where such negligence causes personal injury, death or property damage.
                IN THE EVENT CONTRACTOR AND THE DISTRICT ARE FOUND JOINTLY
                LIABLE BY A COURT OF COMPETENT JURISDICTION, LIABILITY SHALL BE
                APPORTIONED COMPARATIVELY IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE LAWS OF THE
                STATE OF TEXAS, WITHOUT, HOWEVER, WAIVING ANY GOVERNMENTAL
                IMMUNITY AVAILABLE TO THE DISTRICT UNDER TEXAS LAW AND WITHOUT
                WAIVING ANY DEFENCES OF THE PARTIES UNDER TEXAS LAW.
          B.    The provisions of this Indemnification are solely for the benefit of the parties hereto

TISD Security Camera RFP – V.3.3         Page 21                    Education Partners Solution, Inc.
                                                                                          (281) 494-0187
                                     Education Partners Solution, Inc.                           281-494-0187

                     and not intended to create or grant any rights, contractual or otherwise, to any other
                     person or entity.
             C.      Contractor shall promptly advise the District in writing of any claim or demand against
                     the District or Contractor known to Contractor related to or arising out of Contractor’s
                     activities under this Contract.
   VI.      VENUE
         This agreement will be construed and governed according to the laws of the State of Texas. Both
         parties agree that venue for any litigation arising from this contract shall lie in Houston, Harris
         County, Texas.


         THE UNDERSIGNED HEREBY:
         Agrees to deliver the items specified herein in accordance with the terms, conditions,
         specifications and prices set forth.


     FIRM:


     AUTHORIZED SIGNATURE:

     DATE:




TISD Security Camera RFP – V.3.3             Page 22                     Education Partners Solution, Inc.
                                                                                              (281) 494-0187
                                Education Partners Solution, Inc.                         281-494-0187

                             CERTIFICATE OF RESIDENCY


The State of Texas has passed a law concerning non-resident contractors. This law
can be found in Texas Education Code under Chapter 2252, Subchapter A. This law
makes it necessary for the TISD to determine the residency of its offerors. In part, this
law reads as follows:
“Section: 2252.001
(3)     ‘Non-resident bidder’ refers to a person who is not a resident.
(4)     ‘Resident bidder’ refers to a person whose principal place of business is in this
        state, including a contractor whose ultimate parent company or majority owner
        has its principal place of business in this state.
Section: 2252.002
        A governmental entity may not award a governmental contract to a nonresident
        bidder unless the nonresident underbids the lowest bid submitted by a
        responsible resident bidder by an amount that is not less than the amount by
        which a resident bidder would be required to underbid the nonresident bidder to
        obtain a comparable contract in the state in which the nonresident’s principal
        place of business is located.”


I certify that
                                    (Name of Company Bidding)
is, under Section: 2252.001 (3) and (4), a
                 Resident Bidder                                         Non-resident Bidder


My or Our principal place of business under Section: 2252.001 (3) and (4), is in the city
of
                              in the state of


                     Signature of Authorized Company Representative


                     Print Name


                     Title                                             Date




TISD Security Camera RFP – V.3.3        Page 23                     Education Partners Solution, Inc.
                                                                                       (281) 494-0187
                                                   Education Partners Solution, Inc.                                281-494-0187




CONFLICT OF INTEREST QUESTIONNAIRE                                                                                  FORM           CIQ
For vendor or other person doing business with local governmental entity
This questionnaire reflects changes made to the law by H.B. 1491, 80th Leg., Regular Session.                        OFFICE USE ONLY

This questionnaire is being filed in accordance with Chapter 176, Local Government Code by a
                                                                                                                   Date Received
person who has a business relationship as defined by Section 176.001(1-a) with a local
governmental entity and the person meets requirements under Section 176.006(a).

By law this questionnaire must be filed with the records administrator of the local governmental
entity not later than the 7th business day after the date the person becomes aware of facts that
require the statement to be filed. See Section 176.006, Local Government Code.

A person commits an offense if the person knowingly violates Section 176.006, Local Government
Code. An offense under this section is a Class C misdemeanor.
1     Name of person who has a business relationship with local governmental entity.



2                 Check this box if you are filing an update to a previously filed questionnaire.
                  (The law requires that you file an updated completed questionnaire with the appropriate filing authority not
                  later than the 7th business day after the date the originally filed questionnaire becomes incomplete or inaccurate.)

3   Name of local government officer with whom filer has employment or business relationship.


                                                           Name of Officer
This section (item 3 including subparts A, B, C & D) must be completed for each officer with whom the filer has an employment or other
business relationship as defined by Section 176.001(1-a), Local Government Code. Attach additional pages to this Form CIQ as
necessary.

A. Is the local government officer named in this section receiving or likely to receive taxable income, other than investment
income, from the filer of the questionnaire?

                                     Yes                           No

B. Is the filer of the questionnaire receiving or likely to receive taxable income, other than investment income, from or at
the direction of the local government officer named in this section AND the taxable income is not received from the
local governmental entity?

                                     Yes                           No

C. Is the filer of this questionnaire employed by a corporation or other business entity with respect to which the local
government officer serves as an officer or director, or holds an ownership of 10 percent or more?

                                      Yes                          No

D. Describe each employment or business relationship with the local government officer named in this section.


                 _____________________________________________                                  ____________________
                Signature of person doing business with the governmental entity                       Date


                                                                                                             Adopted 01/01/06




       TISD Security Camera RFP – V.3.3                      Page 24                    Education Partners Solution, Inc.
                                                                                                                 (281) 494-0187
                                      Education Partners Solution, Inc.                            281-494-0187


                                      Felony Conviction Notification

State of Texas Legislative Senate Bill No. 1, Section 44.034, Notification of Criminal History, Subsection
(a), states “a person or business entity that enters into a contract with a school district must give advance
notice to the district if the person or an owner or operator of the business entity has been convicted of a
felony. The notice must include a general description of the conduct resulting in the conviction of a
felony”.


Subsection (b) states “a school district may terminate a contract with a person or business entity if the
district determines that the person or business entity failed to give notice as required by Subsection (a) or
misrepresented the conduct resulting in the conviction. The district must compensate the person or
business entity for services performed before the termination of the contract”.


This Notice is Not Required of a Publicly-Held Corporation.



I, the undersigned agent for the firm named below, certify that the information concerning notification of
felony convictions has been reviewed by me and the following information furnished is true to the best of
my knowledge.
Vendor’s Name:


Authorized Company Official’s Name (Printed):




A.      My firm is a publicly held corporation; therefore, this reporting requirement is not applicable.
        Signature of Company Official:



B.      My firm is not owned or opE-Rated by anyone who has been convicted of a felony.
        Signature of Company Official:



C.      My firm is owned or opE-Rated by the following individual(s) who has/have been convicted of a
        felony:
        Name of felon(s):
        Details of Conviction(s):




Signature of Company Official:



TISD Security Camera RFP – V.3.3              Page 25                     Education Partners Solution, Inc.
                                                                                                (281) 494-0187
                                  Education Partners Solution, Inc.                         281-494-0187

                               VENDOR DEBARMENT STATEMENT




     I have read the conditions and specifications provided in the bid document
attached.


       I affirm, to the best of my knowledge, the company I represent has not been debarred or
       suspended from conducting business with school districts in the State of Texas. This
       certification is required by the regulations implementing Executive Order 12549,
       Debarment and Suspension, 7 CFR Part 3017, Section 3017.510, Participants’
       responsibilities. The regulations were published as Part IV of the January 30, 1989,
       Federal Register (pages 4722-4733). Copies of the regulation may be obtained by
       contacting the Department of Agriculture Agency with which this transaction originated.



NAME OF COMPANY (Please Type)




MAILING ADDRESS               CITY            STATE           ZIP




PREPARED BY (Please Type)




_____________________________ _____                   _____________________________________
SIGNATURE                                             TITLE




___________________          _____________________             _____________________
TELEPHONE NUMBER              FAX NUMBER                      DATE


Check here if you have an address or telephone number change: Yes         No




TISD Security Camera RFP – V.3.3          Page 26                     Education Partners Solution, Inc.
                                                                                         (281) 494-0187
                                   Education Partners Solution, Inc.                         281-494-0187

                                   Signed Notice & Addenda Form


Having carefully examined the Proposal Notice, Terms, Conditions, Specifications and Proposal Form, the
undersigned hereby proposes and agrees to furnish goods and/or services in strict compliance with the
specifications and conditions at the prices quoted unless noted in writing.


The undersigned affirms they are duly authorized to execute this proposal and that this company,
corporation, firm, partnership or individual has not prepared this proposal in collusion with any other
Offeror.


ADDENDA, IF ANY: Issued in accordance with this document, the undersigned


acknowledges receipt of Addenda Nos._________________ dated__________________


_______________________________ (if none received state so)




FIRM NAME____________________________________________________________


ADDRESS______________________________________________________________


CITY/STATE ZIP________________________________________________________


TELEPHONE NO.________________________________________________________


FACSIMILE NO._________________________________________________________


AUTHORIZED SIGNATURE_______________________________________________


TYPED/PRINTED NAME__________________________________________________


POSITION WITH COMPANY______________________________________________




TISD Security Camera RFP – V.3.3           Page 27                     Education Partners Solution, Inc.
                                                                                          (281) 494-0187
                                      Education Partners Solution, Inc.                             281-494-0187

                                 REFERENCES AND BID QUALIFICATION


It is the policy of the Temple ISD Purchasing Department to insure the reliability, financial stability, product
quality and delivery record of vendors it selects for its contractual obligations. In compliance with this
policy, please provide us with at least 6 similar accounts that this department may contract to verify the
above criteria on behalf of your company.


1.
          Name of Firm                                      Telephone                         Contact Person




2.
          Name of Firm                                      Telephone                         Contact Person




3.
          Name of Firm                                      Telephone                         Contact Person




4.
          Name of Firm                                      Telephone                         Contact Person




5.
          Name of Firm                                      Telephone                         Contact Person




6.
          Name of Firm                                      Telephone                         Contact Person




Company:




Signed:                                            Printed Name:




TISD Security Camera RFP – V.3.3               Page 28                    Education Partners Solution, Inc.
                                                                                                 (281) 494-0187
                                     Education Partners Solution, Inc.                          281-494-0187

                                 SB 9 Contractor Certification
                                    Contractor Employees
Introduction: Texas Education Code Chapter 22 requires entities that contract with school districts to
provide services to obtain criminal history record information regarding covered employees. Contractors
must certify to the district that they have complied. Covered employee8 with disqualifying criminal
histories are prohibited from serving at a school district.
Definitions:
Covered employees: Employees who have or will have continuing duties related to the service to be
performed at the District and have or will have direct contact with students. The District will be the final
arbiter of what constitutes direct contact with students.
Disqualifying criminal history: Any conviction or other criminal history information designated by the
District, or one of the following offenses, if at the time of the offense, the victim was under 18 or
enrolled in a public school: (a) a felony offense under Title 5, Texas Penal Code; (b) an offense for
which a defendant is required to register as a sex offender under Chapter 62, Texas Code of Criminal
Procedure; or (c) an equivalent offense under federal law or the laws of another state.


On behalf of                                                      ("Contractor"), I certify that [check
one]:
[ ] None of Contractor's employees are covered employees, as defined above. If this box is checked, I
further certify that Contractor has taken precautions or imposed conditions to ensure that Contractor's
employees will not become covered employees. Contractor will maintain these precautions or conditions
throughout the time the contracted services are provided.
Or
[ ] Some or all of Contractor's employee are covered employees. If this box is checked, I further certify
that:
     (1) Contractor has obtained all required criminal history record information regarding its covered
         employees. None of the covered employees has a disqualifying criminal history.
     (2) If Contractor receives information that a covered employee subsequently has a reported criminal
         history, Contractor will immediately remove the covered employee from contract duties and
         notify the District in writing within 3 business days.
     (3) Upon request, Contractor will provide the District with the name and any other requested
         information of covered employees so that the District may obtain criminal history record
         information on the covered employees.
     (4) If the District objects to the assignment of a covered employee on the basis of the covered
         employee's criminal history record information, Contractor agrees to discontinue using that
         covered employee to provide services at the District.
Noncompliance or misrepresentation regarding this certification may be grounds for contract termination.
Signature Date




Signature                                                 Date




TISD Security Camera RFP – V.3.3             Page 29                     Education Partners Solution, Inc.
                                                                                             (281) 494-0187

				
DOCUMENT INFO
Shared By:
Categories:
Tags:
Stats:
views:137
posted:9/17/2012
language:Latin
pages:29