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					                   ORANGE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
                                       PROCUREMENT SERVICES DEPARTMENT
                   445 W. Amelia Street, Orlando, Florida 32801         Telephone 407.317.3219 Fax 407.317.3414




                                                 INVITATION TO BID

               BID NUMBER: 1101004ITB , TITLE: GENERATOR INSPECTION, MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS

Bids will be accepted on or before 2:00 PM EST on February 16, 2011 at the Orange County Public Schools, Educational
Leadership Center, Procurement Services, 445 W. Amelia Street, Orlando, Florida, at which time they will be publicly
opened. It is the sole responsibility of the bidder to ensure timely delivery of the bid submittal. The bidder is responsible
for allowing adequate mailing time in order that their bid is delivered to the Procurement Services Department by the
specified due date and time. Offers by telegram, facsimile machine or telephone will not be accepted. Bids may not be
withdrawn for (60) sixty days after opening. Request for information cut-off date will be ten (10) business days prior to Bid
opening date.

Direct all inquiries in writing to Angel Valenson       E-mail Address: valensa@ocps.net                  Fax: (407) 317-3414

By submission of a Bid, vendor understands that award of the Bid by The School Board of Orange County, Florida, and
any subsequent purchase orders and agreements shall constitute a binding and enforceable contract. Unless otherwise
stipulated in the Bid documents, no other contract documents shall be issued.


                                      BIDDER CERTIFICATION AND IDENTIFICATION

A. I certify that this Bid is made without prior understanding, agreement, or connection with any corporation or firm; or
knowledge of any person submitting a Bid for the same materials, supplies, or equipment, and is in all respects fair and
without collusion or fraud. I agree to abide by all conditions of this Bid; and I certify that I am authorized to sign this Bid for
the Bidder.

B. Bidder certifies that it satisfies all necessary legal requirements as an entity to do business with The School Board of
Orange County, Florida.

                                                BIDDER ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
                                       A written original signature in ink is required.

Company Name

Address                                                        City                     State         Zip Code

Telephone No.                                 Fax No.                            E-mail Address

Signature of Authorized Representative:

Name (Typed or Printed)

Date


All supporting bid documents such as Addenda, tabulation sheets, notices of action and/or notices of award will be posted
on the website at www.procure.ocps.net under Current Solicitations. It is the responsibility of the bidder to monitor the
website for all information regarding this bid or any upcoming bids/proposals.

                         “The Orange County Public School Board is an equal opportunity agency.”




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                                               INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS

Bidder shall read all solicitation documents and comply with all specified requirements.

SEALED BID REQUIREMENTS: The “Bidder Acknowledgement” section must be completed, signed and returned with the Bid
submittal. The Bid Price Sheet pages on which the Bidder actually submits a Bid and any pages upon which information is
required to be inserted must also be completed and submitted with the Bid. Orange County Public Schools (OCPS)
reserves the right to reject any Bid that fails to comply with these submittal requirements.

BID SUBMITTAL: The completed Bid must be submitted in a sealed envelope with Bid number, Bid title, Bid opening date &
time, Bidder name and return address clearly typed or written on the front of the envelope. Do not include more than one
Bid per envelope. Please use the enclosed label when submitting your Bid. If the sealed Bid envelope is sent inside a
separate mailing envelope or package (FedEx, Priority Mail, etc.), please use the enclosed label on the outside of the
mailing envelope or package. Bidders must be certain that all pages of the Bid and all attachments and addenda are
received by the Bidder prior to submitting a Bid without regard to how a copy of this Invitation to Bid was obtained. All Bid
information is available on the OCPS Procurement Services website at www.procure.ocps.net. Bidders are expected to
examine all instructions, terms and conditions, specifications, delivery schedules, bid prices and extensions. Failure to do
so will be at Bidder’s risk.

The address for Bid submittal, including U.S. mail, hand delivery and overnight courier delivery, is Orange County Public
Schools, Procurement Services, 445 West Amelia Street, Orlando, Florida 32801. The Bidder is fully and completely
responsible for the payment of all delivery costs associated with the delivery of their Bid or related material. The OCPS
Procurement Services Department will not accept delivery of any Bid or related material delivered C.O.D. or requiring
additional postage.

All Bidders are reminded that it is the sole responsibility of the Bidder to ensure that their Bid is received by the OCPS
Procurement Services Department on or before the time and date due for Bid to be considered. Bids submitted by
electronic or facsimile transmission will not be accepted. Bids received after the date and hour specified will not be
considered. Late Bids or Proposals will be rejected.

No Bid: If not submitting a Bid, respond by returning the “NO BID RESPONSE FORM” only.

EXECUTION OF BID: Bid must contain a written original signature of an authorized representative in the space(s) provided.
All Bids must be completed in ink or typewritten. If a price correction is necessary, draw a single line through the entered
figure and enter the corrected figure. All price corrections must be initialed by the person signing the Bid. OCPS reserves
the right to reject any Bid or Bid item completed in pencil or any Bid that contains illegible entries or price corrections not
initialed. Only the terms and conditions of this solicitation as they were released by OCPS, or amended via
addendum, are valid. Any modification to any term or condition by a vendor is not binding unless it is expressly agreed to
in writing by OCPS.

INTERPRETATION OF BID DOCUMENTS: No interpretation of the meaning of the bid document or correction of any apparent
ambiguity, inconsistency or error therein, will be made verbally to any Bidder. All requests for such interpretation or
correction shall be in writing, addressed to the Procurement Representative ten (10) days prior to bid opening date. To
ensure fair consideration for all Bidders, The School Board of Orange County, Florida (School Board) prohibits
communication of any kind relating to this bid with any other department, bureau or employee during the submission
process of this Bid. Such communications initiated by a Bidder may be grounds for disqualifying the offending Bidder from
consideration or award of the Bid then in evaluation and/or any future Bid. Only the interpretation or correction so given by
the Procurement Representative, in the form of written addenda, shall be binding. Prospective Bidders are advised that no
other source is authorized to give information concerning, or to explain or interpret, the Bid Documents. Inquiries must
reference the date of Bid opening, Bid title and Bid number. Interpretation of the Bid, clarification of Bid specifications and
requirements or changes to the Bid shall be communicated by written addenda only. Verbal responses shall be
considered inadmissible in Bid protest proceedings. Written addenda shall be signed and returned to Procurement
Services by the Bid opening date and time. Failure to return such addenda may constitute cause for rejection.

CHANGE OR WITHDRAWAL OF BIDS PRIOR TO BID OPENING: Changes to or withdrawal of the Bid must be in writing. This
communication is to be received by the Procurement Representative prior to date and time of Bid opening. The Bidders
name and the Bid number, title and due date must appear on the envelope.

Bids that do not comply with these requirements may be considered non-responsive and are subject to rejection.




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                                              BID IDENTIFICATION LABEL

     Notice to all Respondents: For your convenience, the label below has been provided to identify your proposal
     submittal properly. Place your bid in a sealed envelope. Type or print company name and address in area
     provided below and affix the label on the outer surface of the envelope or package.

     The Orange County Public Schools, Education Leadership Center (ELC) is a controlled access building. All
     visitors are required to check-in at the Reception Desk. If you are hand delivering a proposal, a time/date stamp
     is available at the Reception Desk. Date stamp your envelope/label and notify Procurement Services via the
     Lobby Telephone that you have delivered a proposal to the Reception Desk. A record of all deliveries and
     delivery times will be documented at the Reception Desk as well as in Procurement Services.



             PLEASE FILL OUT THE LABEL BELOW AND ATTACH IT TO THE OUTSIDE OF YOUR REPLY ENVELOPE.




                          DO NOT OPEN - SEALED BID - DO NOT OPEN

               B I D # 1 101 004 ITB , T I T L E : GENERATOR INSPECTIONS, MAINTENANCE & REPAIR

               B I D T O B E O P E N E D O N : February 16, 2011 AT 2:00 P.M.

                From:




                DELIVER TO:

                                         ORANGE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
                                         PROCUREMENT SERVICES
                                         ANGEL VALENSON
                                         445 WEST AMELIA STREET
                                         ORLANDO, FL 32801




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                                                  BID SUBMITTAL CHECKLIST

Bidders are cautioned to check the website www.procure.ocps.net for all addenda issued prior to their submittal and
review their bid submittal using the following checklist:

Required items to be submitted:

            Complete, sign, and all return all forms, including:
                  INVITATION TO BID FORM
                  RESPONDENT’S EXPERIENCE AND REFERENCE FORM
                  STATEMENT OF AFFIRMATION AND INTENT
                  ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF BUSINESS TYPE
                  DRUG FREE WORKPLACE
                  U.S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
                  MWBE/LDB PARTICIPATION FORM
                  BID PRICE SHEET
                  ADDENDA(S) (IF ISSUED BY OCPS)

Items that might be required:

            CD\DVD Electronic Files
             Electronic files may be required to be included with your submittal. Respondent may include all required files on
             one CD or DVD.
                  Electronic copy of submittal (in PDF format) must replicate the actual packet of information being
                   submitted in paper form to OCPS to include all signed forms and bid price sheet(s) along with any other
                   required documentation specified.
               Electronic copy of the completed Bid Price Sheet submitted in paper form and the Respondent shall
                ensure that all information is on the electronic Excel file. The Excel Bid Price Sheet shall contain the
                same information as submitted in paper form.
      Note: In case of a conflict between the information in the hard copy and the electronic version, the hard copy will
      take precedence.

            Other Forms (upon request)
                  Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price list – [copy of catalog and/or electronic copy with pricing]
                  Bid Bond
                  Manufacturer’s authorization letter
                  Material Safety Data Sheets and specification
                  Descriptive literature
                  Business license
                  Certificate of insurance

              Place submittal and signed Bid Price Sheet in a sealed envelope. Procurement Services must receive
               sealed envelope prior to bid opening date and time. (At time of bid opening, bidder can submit
               CD/DVD.)

              Affix address label found on page 3 herein to the front of the reply envelope

              Verify bid return date




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                                             “NO BID” RESPONSE SUBMITTAL FORM

If your company is not submitting a response to this Invitation to Bid, please complete and fax this form prior to the due
date established in the bid document.

                                                Orange County Public Schools
                                                   Procurement Services
                                                   Attn: Angel Valenson
                                                     445 W. Amelia St.
                                                     Orlando, FL 32801
                                                     Fax 407.317.3414

    This information will assist Procurement Services in the preparation of future Bids.

    Bid #: 1101004ITB, Title: GENERATOR INSPECTION, MAINTENANCE & REPAIR

    Company Name:

    Contact Person Name & Title:

    Address:

    Telephone:                                  Fax:

    E-mail Address:


    Please check reason for a “no bid.”

    ___      Specifications “too tight”, geared toward one brand or manufacturer (explain below)
    ___      Insufficient time to respond
    ___      Specifications unclear (explain below)
    ___      We do not offer this product/service or an equivalent
    ___      Our product schedule does not permit us to perform
    ___      Unable to meet specifications
    ___      Unable to meet bond requirements
    ___      Unable to hold prices firm throughout the term of the contract period
    ___      Unable to meet insurance requirements
    ___      Other:

    Print Name:

    Signature:                                                               Date:




1101004ITB                                                      5                                            Initials:
DEFINITION OF TERMS
Acquisition - the process of obtaining supplies, services, or construction through purchase, lease, or grants. The process
includes the establishment of needs, description of requirements, selection of method of procurement, selection of
sources, solicitation of offers, award of contract, financing, and contract administration.

Addenda – a written addition or supplement to a document, for example, items or information added, deleted or changed
on a procurement document. Addenda will be posted on the website.

Alternate Bid - a substitute bid or a bid submitted with an intentional substantive variation to a basic provision,
specification, term or condition of the solicitation. Alternate bids shall only be provided when requested in the bid
documents.

Best Value Bidding - the purpose of best value bidding is to allow factors other than price to be considered in the
determination of award for specific goods or services based on pre-determined criteria identified by OCPS.

Bid - written solicitation for competitive sealed bids to provide equipment, supplies, services or construction items.

Bidder - shall refer to anyone submitting a bid in response to an Invitation to Bid.

Bid Sample - a sample offered by a bidder when required in an invitation to bid (ITB). The samples are considered a
required part of the bid and are examined and tested for conformance with the requirements of the ITB.

Conflict of Interest - an actual or potential situation in which the personal interests of a vendor, employee or public official,
are, or appear to be, in conflict with the best interests of OCPS.

Contract - a mutually binding legal instrument obligating the seller to furnish the supplies or services and the Procurement
Representative to pay for them, including but not limited to purchase orders and formal agreements.

Contract Modification - means any written change in the terms of a contract.

Contractor - the bidder, proposer, offeror or respondent.

Descriptive Literature - means information provided by an offeror, such as cuts, illustrations, drawings and brochures that
shows a product's characteristics or construction of a product or explains its operation. The term includes only that
information needed to evaluate the acceptability of the product and excludes other information for operating or maintaining
the product.

FOB Destination - free on board at destination; title changes hands from vendor to purchaser at the destination of the
shipment; vendor owns goods in transit and files any claims. Payment of freight charges is determined by contract terms.

In Writing - any worded or numbered expression that can be read, reproduced, and later communicated, and includes
electronically transmitted and stored information.

Insurance - means a contract in which one party, for a fee, undertakes to protect another party against loss, damage or
liability arising from an unknown or contingent event.

Latent Defect - an unknown deficiency or imperfection that impairs worth or utility that cannot be readily detected from
initial or visual examination.

Laws and Regulations - Laws, Rules, Regulations, Ordinances, and/or court or administrative Orders of the federal, state
and school board.

Lobbying - is defined as any action taken by an individual, firm, association, joint venture, partnership, syndicate,
corporation, and all other groups who seek to influence the decision of a Board Member or District personnel after
advertisement and prior to the award of a bid or contract.

Local Developing Business (LDB) – A business concern that is domiciled in the Local Area (Orange, Osceola, Lake or
Seminole County) and that meets the Revenue Limitations, and that is owned and controlled by one or more individuals
whose personal net worth does not exceed the Net Worth Limitation.

Lump Sum - the total price of a group of items, which is priced as a whole.

Minority/Women Business Enterprise (MWBE) - OCPS has established a MWBE policy for the procurement of goods and
non-professional services with an annual participation goal of 12%. Vendors must be certified as a MWBE to be
considered under this program. Valid and current certifications from Orange County, City of Orlando, Greater Orlando

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Aviation Authority (GOAA), State of Florida and National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC) are
acceptable. Copies of certification documents must be submitted with the bid.
Notice of Award - the written notice of the acceptance of the solicitation from OCPS to the Contractor/Consultant.

Offer - a response to a solicitation that, if accepted, would bind the offeror to perform the resulting contract.

Offeror - one who makes an offer in response to a solicitation; or one who submits a bid in response to a Request For
Proposal (RFP), Invitation To Bid (ITB), Invitation To Negotiate (ITN).

Owner - OCPS

Pricing - the process of establishing a reasonable amount to be paid for supplies or services.

Procurement Representative - the Procurement Services employee identified in the bid documents who is primarily
responsible for processing the solicitation.

Procurement Services Department – is also referred to as Procurement or Purchasing. Procurement Services Department
within Orange County Public Schools is responsible for the administration of this solicitation.

Purchase Order - a purchaser’s written document to a vendor formalizing all the terms and conditions of a proposed
transaction, such as a description of the requested item(s), delivery schedule, terms of payment, and transportation.

Qualification Requirement - means a District's requirement for testing or other quality assurance demonstration that must
be completed before award of a contract.

Qualified Products List (QPL) - an approved list of supplies, services, or construction items, described by model or
catalogue numbers, which, prior to competitive solicitation, OCPS has determined will meet the applicable specification
requirements.

Responsible Bidder - Bidder who has the capability in all respects to perform fully the contract requirements, and the
experience, integrity, perseverance, reliability, capacity, facilities, equipment, and credit which will assure good faith
performance.

Responsive Bidder - Bidder who has submitted a bid that conforms in all material respects to the solicitation.

Shipment - the process of transporting goods.

Signature or Signed - the discrete, verifiable written symbol of an individual; indicates a present intention to authenticate
the writing. This includes electronic signatures.

Solicitation - a written request for bids or proposals to provide equipment, supplies, services or construction items.

Solicitation Provision or Provision - a term or condition used only in solicitations and applying only before contract award.

Specifications - a description of the physical or functional characteristics, or of the nature of a supply, service, or
construction item; the requirements to be satisfied by a product, material, or process indicating, if appropriate, the
procedures to determine whether the requirements are satisfied.

Submitting of Bids - all bids must be submitted in a sealed envelope. The face of the envelope shall contain the date and
time of the bid opening and the bid number. Bids not submitted on the OCPS bid forms may be rejected. All bids are
subject to the conditions specified herein and on any attached sheets, specifications, special conditions or vendor notes.

Supplemental Agreement - means a contract modification that is accomplished by the mutual action of the parties.

Surety - shall mean any corporation that executes, as Surety, the Contractor's Proposal/Bid, Performance, and/or
Payment Bond.

Termination for Convenience - means the exercise of the District's right to terminate performance of work under a contract
completely or partially when it is in the District's interest.

Termination for Default - means the exercise of the District's right to terminate a contract completely or partially because
of the Contractor's actual or anticipated failure to perform its contractual obligations.

Warranty - means a promise or affirmation given by a Contractor to the District regarding the nature, usefulness or
condition of the supplies or performance of services furnished under the contract.


1101004ITB                                                      7                                                   Initials:
   GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
1. Cancellation: OCPS reserves the right to cancel an Invitation to Bid, in whole or         11. Right to Use Existing Bids: The School Board reserves the right to
in part, when it is in the best interest of the School Board. Notice of cancellation will    utilize any other contract, including but not limited to the following: any
be posted on the OCPS Procurement Services website.                                          State of Florida Contract, any contract awarded by any other city or
                                                                                             county governmental agencies, other school boards, other community
2. Non-Collusion: The prices in this bid have been arrived at independently,                 college/state university system, cooperative Bid agreements, or to directly
without consultation, collusion, communication or agreement for the purpose of               negotiate/purchase per School Board policy and/or State Board Rule 6A-
restricting competition, as to any matter relating to such prices with any other bidder      1.012. The district also reserves the right to bid separately any item(s)
or with any competitor.                                                                      and/or service(s) covered under this contract, if deemed to be in the best
3. Conflict of Interest: In addition to full and complete adherence to the                   interest of the School Board, at any time during this contract term.
requirements provided in Chapter 112.313, Florida Statutes, all Bidders must                 12. Default: Failure to perform according to this proposal and/or resulting
disclose with their bid the name of any officer, director, agent, or representative who      contract shall be cause for Bidder’s company to be found in default in
is also an employee of the School Board and who knowingly owns, directly or                  which event any and all re-procurement costs may be charged against
indirectly, any interest of any amount in the Bidders company, firm, or branch.              Bidder’s company. Failure to pay said amount to the School Board upon
4. Bid Information and Notification: All bid notices and solicitations are web               demand would result in the company being barred from doing business
posted on Orange County Public Schools Procurement Services website.                         with the School Board for a period not less than three (3) years from date
(www.procure.ocps.net). It is the Bidders responsibility to monitor the website to view      of infraction. Thereafter, the Bidder may request to be reinstated. In the
current solicitation opportunities and addenda. All supporting bid documents such as         event of a default on a contract, the Bidder shall be responsible for any all
addenda, tabulations sheets, notice of action and notice of award will be posted on          attorneys’ fees and court costs incurred in collecting any liquidated
the website. It is the responsibility of the bidder to monitor the website for all           damages.
information about this bid.                                                                  13. Public Entity Crimes: Section 287.133(2)(a), Florida Statutes, as
5. Bid Protests: Any person who is adversely affected by any specification in this           currently enacted or as amended from time to time, states that a person
Bid or any decision or intended decision concerning this Bid and who wishes to               or affiliate who has been placed on the convicted vendor list following a
protest such specification, decision or intended decision shall file a protest in            conviction for public entity crime may not submit a Bid on a contract to
accordance with section 120.57(3), Florida Statutes. A formal written protest must be        provide any goods or services to a public entity, may not submit a Bid on
accompanied by a bond payable to OCPS in an amount equal to one percent (1%)                 a contract with a public entity for the construction or repair of a public
of the total value of the proposed contract. Security shall be in the form of a bond, a      building or public work, may not submit Bids on leases of real property to
cashier’s check or money order. Failure to file a protest within the time prescribed in      public entity, may not be awarded or perform work as a contractor,
section 120.57(3), Florida Statutes, or failure to post the bond or other security within    supplier, subcontractor, or consultant under a contract with any public
the time frame set forth in section 287.022(2)(c), Florida Statutes, shall constitute a      entity, and may not transact business with any public entity in excess of
waiver of proceedings under Chapter 120, Florida Statutes.                                   the threshold amount provided in Section 287.017, for Category Two for a
                                                                                             period of 36 months from the date of being placed on the convicted
6. Lobbying: Lobbying is defined as any action taken by an individual, firm,                 vendor list.
association, joint venture, partnership, syndicate, corporation, and all other groups
who seek to influence the Governmental decision of a Board Member or District                14. Awards: Bids shall be awarded based on the lowest, responsive and
Personnel after advertisement and prior to the award of this contract.                       responsible bidder which meets specifications with consideration being
                                                                                             given to the specific quality of the product, conformity to the
Vendors/bidders shall not contact school board members, staff or committee                   specifications, suitability to school needs, delivery terms, financial ability
members during the course of the bid/proposal process and prior to Board approval.           of the firm, qualifications, experience, reputation, integrity, and past
All inquires must be directed through Procurement Services. All procedural matters           performance of the bidder. The School Board also reserves the right to
shall be directed to the Senior Director of Contract Administration and Procurement          award to more than one vendor for same or similar products or services.
Services.
                                                                                             The School Board reserves the right to make award(s) by individual item,
In addition, evaluation committee members or other district employees shall not be           group of items, all or none or a combination thereof; to reject any and/or
contacted or approached by representatives of any potential vendors/bidders during           all Bids or to waive any minor irregularity or technicality. Bidders are
the Bid process from the time that the bid was posted to the award of the bid.               cautioned to make no assumptions unless their Bid has been evaluated
Contact or communication initiated as described above, may result in disqualification        as being responsive. Cash discounts for prompt payment shall not be
of said proposal                                                                             considered in determining the lowest net cost for bid evaluation purposes.
                                                                                             Awards made as a result of this proposal shall conform to applicable
7. Laws and Regulations: Applicable provisions of all Federal, State, County, and
                                                                                             Florida Statutes.
Local laws, and all ordinances, rules and regulations shall govern development,
submittal and evaluation of all bids received in response hereto and shall govern any        Vendors shall accept Purchase Orders or an Orange County Public
and all claims and disputes which may arise between person(s) submitting a Bid               Schools Visa Purchasing Card as instruments of authorization for
response hereto and The School Board of Orange County, Florida by and through its            purchases. Vendors who fail to comply with this requirement will be
officers, employees, and authorized representatives, or any other persons, natural or        deemed as failing to perform.
otherwise; and lack of knowledge by any Bidder shall not constitute a cognizable
defense against the legal effect thereof.                                                    All purchases are contingent upon available District funding.

8. Patents and Royalties: The Bidder, without exception, shall indemnify and save            15. Termination: The School Board reserves the right to terminate the
harmless The School Board and its employees from liability of any nature or kind             contract awarded as a result of this bid/proposal, or any part herein,
including cost and expenses for or on account of any copyrighted, patented or                without penalty. The School Board will notify the vendor of the intent to
unpatented invention, process or article manufactured or used in the performance of          terminate, in writing, at least (30) thirty -days prior to the effective date of
the contract, including its use by the School Board. If the Bidder uses any design,          termination, and the contract will officially terminate at the end of the thirty
device or materials covered by letters, patent or copyright, it is mutually agreed and       (30) day grace period. The awarded vendor may cancel the Bid (90)
understood without exception that the Bid prices shall include all royalties or costs        ninety days after written notice to The School Board, Office of
arising from the use of such design, device or materials in any way involved in the          Procurement Services.
work.                                                                                        16. Right to Reject: The School Board reserves the right to reject any or
9. Advertising: In submitting a Bid, Bidder agrees not to use the results there from         all proposals, to waive irregularities and technicalities, or to accept the
as a part of any commercial advertising.                                                     proposal(s), which, in its judgment, best serves the interest of the Orange
                                                                                             County School Board.
10. Other Governmental Agencies: All bidders awarded contracts from this bid
may, upon mutual agreement, permit any school board, city, municipality or other             17. Tie Bids: In the case of identical qualified bids, the following criteria
governmental agency to participate in the contract under the same prices, terms and          shall be utilized to determine award of bid: (1) Certification under Florida
conditions, if agreed to by both parties. It is understood that at no time will any school   Statutes as a Drug-Free Workplace; (2) In-county preference; (3) MWBE
board, city, municipality or other agency be obligated for placing an order for any          Certification; (4) Payment discount offered; (5) Coin flip.
other school board, city, municipality or agency; nor will any school board, city,
                                                                                             18. Prices and Terms: Prices are requested in units of quantity specified
municipality or agency be obligated for any bills incurred by any other school board,
                                                                                             in the Bid specifications. In case of a discrepancy in computing the total
city, municipality or agency. Further, it is understood that each agency will issue its
                                                                                             amount of Bid, unit price quoted will govern. Firm prices shall be bid and
own purchase order to the awarded bidder(s).
                                                                                             include any and all fees or costs involved in providing the product or

  1101004ITB                                                                        8                                                               Initials:
service to the purchaser. Bid prices shall include delivery F.O.B. destination, freight           27. Quality: The items Bid must be new, the latest model, of the best
prepaid and shall include all cartage, drayage, packing, etc., delivered to and                   quality and highest-grade workmanship. Items offered may be tested for
unloaded at the receiving station at the site designated in the Invitation to Bid or              compliance with Bid conditions and specifications at any time. Items
purchase order and there received by the designated OCPS agent.                                   delivered not conforming to Bid conditions or specifications may be
                                                                                                  rejected and returned at vendor's expense.
The Board shall not pay Federal Excise and State taxes on direct purchases of
tangible personal property. This exemption does not apply to purchases of tangible                28. Silence of Specifications: Any omissions of detail in the
personal property made by contractors who use the tangible personal property in the               specifications stated herein that would render the materials/service from
performance of contracts for the improvement of School Board-owned real property                  use as specified will not relieve the bidder from responsibility.
as defined in Chapter 192 of the Florida Statutes. The tax exemption number is 85-
                                                                                                  29. Samples: Samples of items, when required, must be furnished at no
8012622264C-6.
                                                                                                  cost to the School Board and will be returned at the Bidder's expense
19. Quantities: The quantities as shown on the Bid Price Sheet are estimates only                 upon request. Bidders shall be responsible for the removal of all samples
and in no way obligate the School Board to purchase these amounts. The estimates                  furnished within 30 days after Bid opening. All samples will be disposed
are intended as a guide in submitting your Bid. The actual quantities purchased                   of after 30 days. Each individual sample must be labeled with Bidder's
under this Bid may vary. The School Board reserves the right to re-negotiate prices if            name, manufacturer’s brand name, Bid name, Bid number and item
at any time during the term of the contract agreement the School Board purchases                  number. Failure to deliver required samples or to identify samples clearly
fifty percent more than the estimated quantity of any line item on the bid price sheet.           as indicated may be cause for rejection of the Bid. Unless otherwise
                                                                                                  indicated, samples should be delivered to Orange County Public Schools,
20. Extension: In addition to any renewal options contained herein, OCPS has the                  Procurement Services Department, 445 West Amelia Street, Orlando.
right to extend any award resulting from this Bid for the period of time necessary for            Florida 32801.
OCPS to release, award and implement a replacement Bid for the goods, products
and/or services provided through this Bid. Such extension shall be based upon the                 30. Manufacturer’s         Certification: The Procurement Services
same prices, terms and conditions as the existing bid.                                            department reserves the right to request any and all manufacturer’s
                                                                                                  certifications, if applicable.
21. Method of Ordering: Orders shall be processed only upon receipt of an
authorized purchase order issued by The School Board of Orange County, Florida,                   31. OSHA: The Bidder warrants that the product or products supplied to
or an Orange County Public Schools Visa Purchasing Card. All orders shall be                      The School Board shall conform in all respects to the standards set forth
initiated on an as-needed basis throughout the term of the contract. Orders shall be              in the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1979, as amended, and the
promptly filled and delivered to any location within Orange County, Florida. Any item             failure to comply will be considered a breach of contract.
or items received that do not meet specifications or duplicate shipments received will
                                                                                                  32. Material Safety Data Sheet: A Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS)
be returned at vendor’s expense.
                                                                                                  must be submitted for all hazardous materials/chemicals. The MSDS
22. Invoicing: The successful Bidder will be required to submit invoices that                     sheet must be submitted for hazardous materials/chemicals prior to a
reference valid purchase order numbers on all requests for payment. Invoices, in                  recommendation for award. Failure to submit the required Material Safety
duplicate, shall be mailed directly to Orange County Public Schools, Accounts                     Data Sheet(s) within forty-eight (48) hours of request shall render the Bid
Payable, P. O. Box 4984, Orlando, Florida 32802-4984. A separate invoice must be                  non-responsive. This information must be provided in compliance with
received for each purchase order number. It is the sole responsibility of the vendor to           Florida’s Right-To-Know Law.
ensure that the invoice corresponds to the purchase order and to resolve any
                                                                                                  33. Asbestos and Formaldehyde Statement: Bidder certifies that all
discrepancies by notifying the point of contact on the purchase order prior to
                                                                                                  materials supplied to OCPS will be 100% asbestos and formaldehyde
submitting the invoice for payment. Any invoice submitted as a result of the award of
                                                                                                  free.
this Bid shall be itemized reflecting the items on the purchase order. “Lump sum”
invoices shall not be submitted nor will be accepted for multiple line purchase orders.           34. Underwriters’ Laboratories: Unless otherwise stipulated in the Bid,
                                                                                                  all manufactured items and fabricated assemblies shall be UL listed
23. Payment: The School Board will only pay the dollar amounts authorized on the
                                                                                                  where such has been established by UL for the item(s) offered and
purchase order. Payments shall be made to the vendor on the purchase order.
                                                                                                  furnished. In lieu of the UL listing, Bidder may substitute a listing by an
Payment will be made according to the Prompt Payment Act after the items awarded
                                                                                                  independent testing laboratory recognized by OSHA under the Nationally
to a vendor have been received, inspected, and found to comply with award
                                                                                                  Recognized Testing Laboratories (NRTL) Recognition Program.
specifications, free of damage or defect and properly invoiced. Payment for partial
shipments shall not be made unless specified. Failure to follow these instructions                35. Service and Warranty: Unless otherwise specified, all equipment
may result in delay in processing invoices for payment. The purchase order number                 Bid must be new, the latest model, first quality, carry the manufacturer’s
must appear on invoices, bills of lading, packages, cases, delivery lists and                     standard warranty and be equal to or exceed the specifications listed in
correspondence.                                                                                   the Bid. During the warranty period, the successful Bidder must repair or
                                                                                                  replace any defective equipment without cost to the school district with
24. Assignment: The awarded vendor shall not assign, transfer, convey, sublet or
                                                                                                  the understanding that all replacements shall carry the same guarantee
otherwise dispose of this contract, or of any or all of its rights, title, or interest therein,
                                                                                                  as the original equipment. The successful Bidder shall make any such
or its power to execute such contract to any person, firm or corporation without prior
                                                                                                  repairs or replacements immediately upon receiving notice from a
written authorization by The School Board.
                                                                                                  representative of the school district.
25. Manufacturer’s Name & Approved Alternates: Any manufacturer’s names,
                                                                                                  36. Facilities: The School Board reserves the right to inspect the
trade names, brand names, information and/or catalog numbers listed in a
                                                                                                  Bidder’s facilities at any time with prior notice. OCPS may use the
specification are for information and not intended to limit competition. If Bids allow
                                                                                                  information obtained from this inspection in determining whether a Bidder
equivalent products, indicate on the bid form the manufacturer’s name and model
                                                                                                  is responsible.
number. Bidder shall submit with his Bid, cut sheets, sketches, and descriptive
literature, and/or complete specifications. The School Board reserves the right to               37. Delivery: Unless otherwise specified, delivery shall be within (30)
determine acceptance of item(s) as an approved alternate. Bids that do not comply                 thirty days from the date of the receipt of the purchase order. If unable to
with these requirements are subject to rejection. If the manufacturer’s model number              meet this delivery time frame, please indicate the best delivery times on
for the items specified herein is incorrect, has changed or is no longer available and            the bid price sheet. Delivery time may become a basis for making an
has been replaced with a new updated model and specifications, the Bidder shall                   award. Deliveries shall be made between normal OCPS working hours,
notify Procurement Services in writing.                                                           except on Saturdays, Sundays, or holidays when all school buildings and
                                                                                                  the warehouse are closed.
26. Item Substitutions: Substitution of other brands for items awarded and ordered
is prohibited. In the event an awarded item is discontinued by the manufacturer                   38. Freight Terms: Unless otherwise specified, all shipments are to be
during the term of the contract and is not available from either the vendor’s or the              shipped inside delivery, F.O.B. destination, with all transportation charges
manufacturer’s inventory then the successful Bidder must provide written notification             prepaid and title transferring to the district at time of delivery, (Bidder pays
from the manufacturer that the item has been discontinued. The vendor must file a                 and bears all freight related charges, owns goods in transit and files any
written request with Procurement Services and be granted approval to substitute, in               claims). Bid prices shall include all cartage, drayage, packing, etc.,
writing, before any substitution may be made. Requests to substitute shall be                     delivered to and unloaded at the receiving station at the site designated in
accompanied by complete specifications for the proposed substitute item and a                     the Invitation to Bid or purchase order and there received by the
sample, if requested.                                                                             designated OCPS agent.



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39. Failure of Performance/Delivery: In case of default by the bidder or contractor,           50. Liability, Insurance, Licenses and Permits: The bidder agrees to
the District may procure the articles or services from other sources and hold the              provide and maintain at all times during the term of this agreement and
bidder or contractor responsible for any excess costs incurred thereby.                        any renewals, without cost to the School Board, policies of insurance
                                                                                               insuring the bidder against any and all claims, demands or causes of
40. Packaging: All products shipped shall require proper packaging to ensure they              action whatsoever, for injuries received or damage to property relating to
are received free from damage. Vendors must comply with all packaging                          the performance of duties, services, and/or obligations of the bidder
requirements as required for the product to be received and used in proper working             under the terms and provisions of this agreement. The bidder will provide
condition. All such packaging costs shall be included in unit prices.                          the School Board with copies of current appropriate business licenses.
41. Packing Slips: The Vendor shall be responsible for attaching all packing slips to          The minimum requirements for insurance coverage shall be as follows:
the OUTSIDE of each shipment. Packing slip must reference OCPS purchase order                  Bidder shall take special notice that OCPS shall be named as an
number. Failure to provide packing slip attached to the outside of shipment may                additional insured under the General Liability policy including Products
result in refusal of shipment at vendor's expense.                                             Liability. Insurance policies shall be issued by companies qualified to do
42. Labeling: Each carton, package, box and/or container shall be properly labeled             business in the State of Florida and grant Orange County Public Schools
with the address, contact name, content description, PO number and vendor name.                thirty days of advanced written notice of a cancellation, expiration or any
                                                                                               material change in the specified coverage. The insurance companies
43. Inspection, Acceptance and Title: The Vendor shall be responsible for delivery             must be rated not less than “A” from A.M. Best & Company. All policies
of all items in good condition at destination point. Vendors shall file with the carrier all   must remain in effect during the performance of the contract.
claims for breakage and other losses. OCPS shall document packages that are not
received in good condition. In the event the material and/or services are, found to be         General Liability Insurance in amounts of not less than One Million
defective or do not conform to specifications, the School Board reserves the right to          Dollars ($1,000,000) per occurrence and Two Million Dollars ($2,000,000)
cancel the order upon written notice to the vendor and/or return the product at the            per aggregate to include personal injury, property damage, premises
vendor’s expense.                                                                              operations, products and completed operations.

44. Equal Employment Opportunity: The School Board of Orange County,                           Automobile Liability Insurance shall be maintained during the life of this
Florida, does not discriminate in admission or access to, or treatment or employment           Contract, by Vendor as to ownership, maintenance, and use, including
in its programs and activities on the basis of race, color, religion, age, sex, national       loading and unloading, of all owned, non-owned, leased or hired vehicles
origin, marital status, disability or any other reason prohibited by law. The Equal            with limits of not less than One Million Dollars ($1,000,000.00) combined
Employment Opportunity Supervisor responsible for compliance is Carianne Reggio;               single limit each accident for bodily injury & property damage liability.
the Section 504 Supervisor responsible for compliance is Harriet Brown, Esq.; and              Employer’s Liability Insurance shall be in the amounts not less than Five
the Title IX Supervisor responsible for compliance is Kevin Demer. Each may be                 Hundred Thousand Dollars ($500,000) each accident for bodily injury by
contacted at the Educational Leadership Center, 445 W. Amelia Street, Orlando,                 accident, Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($500,000) each employee for
Florida 32801 (407.317.3200).                                                                  bodily injury by disease, and Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($500,000)
                                                                                               policy limit for bodily injury by disease.
45. Anti-Discrimination: OCPS is committed to assuring equal opportunity in the
award of contracts and therefore complies with all laws prohibiting discrimination             Worker's Compensation Insurance: The Contractor shall maintain during
based on race, color, religion, national origin, handicap, age and gender.                     the life of this Contract, Worker's Compensation Insurance in accordance
                                                                                               with Florida Statute 440. Contractors shall require all subcontractors to
46. Minority/Women Business Enterprise (MWBE): OCPS has established a                          maintain such insurance during the life of this Contract.
MWBE policy for the procurement of goods and non-professional services with an
annual participation goal of 12%. Vendors must be certified as a MWBE to be                    51. Bid Bonds, Performance Bonds and Certificates of Insurance:
considered under this program. Valid and current certifications from Orange County,            Bid bonds, when required, shall be submitted with the Bid in the amount
City of Orlando, Greater Orlando Aviation Authority (GOAA), State of Florida and               specified in Special Conditions. Bid bonds will be returned to un-awarded
National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC) are acceptable. Copies of               bidders. After acceptance of Bid, the Board may notify the awarded
certification documents must be submitted with the bid.                                        vendor to submit a performance bond and certificate of insurance in the
                                                                                               amount specified in Special Conditions. Upon receipt of the performance
47. Local Developing Business (LDB): OCPS has established a LDB policy for the                 bond, the Bid bond will be returned to the awarded vendor.
procurement of goods and non-professional services with an annual participation
goal of 10%. Vendors must be certified as a LDB and shall meet all eligibility                 52. Governing Law and Venue: All legal proceedings brought in
requirements established in the LDB guidelines. LDB guidelines may be accessed                 connection with this contract shall only be brought in a state or federal
from the OCPS MWBE website at (http://www.facilities.ocps.net/ContractAdmin/).                 court located in the State of Florida. Venue in state court shall be in
                                                                                               Orange County, Florida. Venue in federal court shall be in the United
48. Fingerprinting: Jessica Lunsford Act: Contractor and any of his employees                  States District Court, Middle District of Florida, Orlando division. Each
performing services hereunder, shall comply with the Jessica Lunsford Act taking               party hereby agrees to submit to the personal jurisdiction of these courts
effect September 1, 2005. “Non-instructional school district employees or contractual          for any lawsuits filed there against such party arising under or in
personnel who are permitted access on school grounds when students are present,                connection with this contract. In the event that a legal proceeding is
who have direct contact with students or who have access to or control of school               brought for the enforcement of any term of the contract, or any right
funds must meet level 2 screening requirements as described in s.1012.32.                      arising wherefrom, the parties expressly waive their respective rights to
Contractual personnel shall include any vendor, individual or entity under contract            have such action tried by jury trial and hereby consent to the use of non-
with the school board.”                                                                        jury trial for the adjudication of such suit.
49. Indemnification: The Vendor shall indemnify and hold harmless OCPS, its                    All questions concerning the validity, operation, interpretation,
elected and appointed officials, employees, and agents from any and all claims,                construction and enforcement of any terms, covenants or conditions of
suits, actions, damages, liability, and expenses (including attorneys’ fees) in                this contract shall in all respects be governed by and determined in
connection with loss of life, bodily or personal injury, or property damage, including         accordance with the laws of the State of Florida without giving effect to
loss of use thereof, directly or indirectly caused by, resulting from, arising out of or       the choice of law principles thereof and unless otherwise preempted by
occurring in connection with the operations of the Vendor or its officers, employees,          federal law.
agents, , or independent contractors, excepting only such loss of life, bodily or
personal injury, or property damage solely attributable to the gross negligence or             NOTE: Any and all Terms and Conditions, Special Conditions,
willful misconduct of OCPS or its elected or appointed officials and employees. The            Specifications attached hereto that vary from these General Conditions
above provisions shall survive the termination of this Agreement and shall pertain to          shall have precedence. Any inconsistency in this Bid shall be resolved by
any occurrence during the term of this Agreement, even though the claim may be                 giving precedence in the following order: (1) Specifications; (2) Special
made after the termination hereof. Nothing contained herein is intended nor shall be           Conditions; (3) General Terms and Conditions and Instructions to
construed to waive OCPS’ rights and immunities under the common law or Florida                 Bidders.
Statutes including, but not limited to, Florida Statute 768.28, as amended from time
to time.




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                            GENERATOR INSPECTION, MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR SERVICES
SPECIAL CONDITIONS
1.    SCOPE
      The purpose of this solicitation is to establish competitive pricing for generator inspection, maintenance and repair
      in schools and other facilities throughout the Orange County School District.
2.    BIDDERS RESPONSIBILITIES
      It is the responsibility of the bidder to become thoroughly familiar with the requirements, terms and conditions of this
      solicitation. Bidder shall submit at the bid opening date and time their complete executed bid packet with all signed
      forms, Bid Price Sheet(s) and Excel bid price sheet file.
      Bidders are responsible for monitoring OCPS Procurement Services website at www.procure.ocps.net for all
      information regarding this bid such as addendums, tab sheet, notice of intended action, etc. OCPS Procurement
      Services advertise its solicitations at www.procure.ocps.net under the current solicitation link.

3.    ELECTRONIC BID DOCUMENTS AND BID PRICE SHEET
      The Bidder may submit an electronics copy of their entire bid package with their paper bid documents or within 24
      hours of request by OCPS. The CD/ DVD/Flash drive shall include all executed forms, bid price sheet and required
      supplementary documents. Upon request, the electronic bid price sheet complete with pricing must be submitted in
      the same Microsoft Excel (.XLS or .XLSM) format as downloaded from the internet. Failure to submit the electronic
      documents when requested may result in bid being rejected and not considered for award. In case of a conflict
      between the information in the hard copy and the electronic version, the hard copy will take precedence.

4.    BANKRUPTCY/INSOLVENCY
      At the time of submittal of bid, vendor/firm shall not be in the process of or engaged in any type of proceedings
      relating to insolvency or bankruptcy, either voluntary or involuntary, or receivership proceedings. If the vendor is
      awarded a contract for six (6) months or longer, and files for bankruptcy, insolvency or receivership, the District
      may, at its option, terminate and cancel said contract, in which event all rights hereunder shall immediately cease
      and terminate.

5.    AWARD
      Award made based on the lowest, responsive and responsible bidder(s) which meets specifications with
      consideration being given to the specific quality of the product, conformity to the specifications, suitability to school
      needs, delivery terms, qualifications, experience, and past performance.
      The School Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids or to accept any bid or part thereof that in its judgment
      will be for the best interest of the Orange County School System. Bidders whose bid, past performance, or current
      status do not reflect the capability, integrity or reliability to perform fully, in good faith the requirements of the
      Contract may be rejected as non-responsible. The School Board also reserves the right to waive any minor
      irregularities or technicalities and all informalities.
      The School Board reserves the right to make multiple awards in the best interest of the School Board. In such
      cases where an award is made to more than one responsive bidder, OCPS shall apportion the work among the
      various providers in such manner and at such time as it deems appropriate under the circumstances in its sole
      discretion and no minimum amount or proportion of work is guaranteed to any single provider or class of providers.

6.    LENGTH OF CONTRACT AND RENEWALS
      The intent of this Bid is to establish a contract for a period of two (2) years from the date of award, during which
      time the successful Bidders shall guarantee fixed pricing on items awarded, as specified in the Bid.
      The School Board reserves the right to renew any or all prices, terms, conditions and specifications of the contract,
      for up to two (2) additional one-year period(s), upon mutual agreed by both the District and awarded Contractor.
      Renewals must be submitted in writing with the signature of the awarded Contractor’s Authorized Representative.

7.    PRICING
      Bid Prices will be accepted and considered by the following methods: (1) The bid price per item, per specified
      quantity, (2) The total bid price for all items for these specifications in an “All or None” Bid, per Lot, and/or (3) Items
      may be grouped in an “All or None” Bid for a particular group of items while other items are bid per item. The School
      Board of Orange County, Florida, reserves the right to award the bid by any of these three methods.

8.    PRICE REDUCTION
      If, from date of bid opening, the successful bidder either bids the same products at a lower price than offered the
      District or reduces the price of the bid of the product, the lowest of these reduced prices will be extended to the
      District. If during the course of the contract, the manufacturer or distributor reduces the price on the bid item, the
      District reserves the right to receive the lowest price offered on the open market.


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9.    EQUITABLE ADJUSTMENT
      OCPS may, in its sole discretion, make an equitable adjustment in the bid terms or pricing if pricing or availability of
      supply is affected by extreme and unforeseen volatility in the marketplace, that is, by circumstances that satisfy all
      the following criteria: (1) the volatility is due to causes wholly beyond the Vendor’s control, (2) the volatility affects
      the marketplace or industry, not just the particular Vendor’s source of supply, (3) the effect on pricing or availability
      of supply is substantial, and (4) the volatility so affects the Vendor that continued performance of the bid award
      would result in a substantial loss.

10.   PRICE ESCALATION
      The School Board may consider pricing increases of the bid item(s) if the following conditions occur: a) There is a
      verifiable price increase to the provider of bid item(s), b) The vendor submits to Procurement Services, in writing,
      notification of price increases, c) The price increase shall be comparable to documented manufacturers’ or
      distributors’ price changes or changes in industry related indices and shall not exceed 5% of the current price, d)
      The vendor shall submit the above information to Procurement Services Thirty (30) calendar days prior to the
      effective date of the price increase.
      When the vendor complies with the abovementioned conditions, Procurement Services will review the information to
      determine if it is in the best interest of the School District to adjust the pricing on the products bid, in conjunction
      with the vendor’s effective date of price increase. The School Board reserves the right to deny any requests for
      price increases. The awarded vendor shall receive confirmation in writing of the approval or denial of a price
      increase. Price increases are not allowed in the initial contract term.
      The vendor must receive notification from Procurement Services that the School District is in the acceptance of the
      new prices before processing any orders with the new cost.

11.   LABOR RATE
      Labor provided by the Contractor shall be billed to the School Board, based on the hourly rates bid on the bid price
      sheet. The hourly rate bid shall include full compensation for labor, equipment use, travel time and any other cost
      (including overhead) to the contractor. The School Board shall only pay fair market prices for labor.

12.   MATERIAL MARKUP
      The School Board reserves the right to furnish materials to the Contractor. If the Contractor is required to provide
      materials, which are required for services, including those items not necessarily within the scope of services herein,
      the school board shall be billed according to the Contractor’s prices paid for materials used plus the percentage
      amount as bid. A copy of the Contractor’s invoices for materials used shall be submitted with each Contract
      Completion Form. The school board shall pay fair market prices for materials.

13.   MATERIAL QUALITY
      Material quality is expected to be commercial grade and of such to accomplish the service work satisfactorily, as
      specified in the given scope of work for each job. The School Board reserves the right to set the standard of quality
      for materials for a given job. All materials used shall be manufactured by a company acceptable to the School
      Board. The contractor will have in stock the most commonly used system components.

14.   DELIVERY
      Deliveries shall be made during normal operating hours there will be no deliveries made on Saturdays, Sundays, or
      holidays when all school buildings and the warehouse are closed. It shall be the responsibility of the contractor to
      coordinate the jobsite delivery and placement of materials required for completion of the project with the assigned
      school board representative.
      All deliveries will be F.O.B. Destination, freight fully prepaid by bidder. The bidder must include in the item price all
      delivery, pick-up, mileage and travel charges to all schools and facilities located within Orange County, Florida on
      the Bid Price Sheet. The School Board will not accept bids that contain separate charges for delivery or shipping.
      The School Board of Orange County, Florida will honor no common carrier/drayage charges.
      The vendor shall make deliveries within twenty (20) calendar days from the date of the receipt of the purchase
      order. All deliveries shall be made in accordance with good commercial practice and all required delivery
      timeframes shall be adhered to by the vendor(s); except in such cases where the delivery will be delayed due to
      acts of God, strikes, or other causes beyond the control of the vendor. In these cases, the vendor shall notify the
      school or department of the delays immediately with a revised delivery date.

15.   FORCE MAJEURE
      The School Board and the bidder will exercise every reasonable effort to meet their respective obligations as
      outlined in this solicitation and the ensuing contract, but shall not be liable for delays resulting from force majeure or
      other causes beyond their reasonable control, including, but not limited to, compliance with any government law or
      regulation, acts of God, acts or omissions of the other party, government acts or omissions, fires, strikes, national
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      disasters, wars, riots, transportation problems and/or any other cause whatsoever beyond the reasonable control of
      the parties. Any such cause will extend the performance of the delayed obligation to the extent of the delay so
      incurred.

16.   GUARANTEE/WARRANTY
      Guarantee for faulty labor or workmanship and warranties on goods and materials shall be for a period of one (1)
      year and shall begin on the date of final acceptance by OCPS
      The Contractor warrants that the Work including goods and materials provided shall conform to professional
      standards of care and practice in effect at the time the Work is performed, be of the highest quality, and be free
      from all faults, defects or errors. Whenever required by the specifications of the Invitation to Bid, the Contractor
      warrants that all materials provided shall be new.
      During the guarantee/warranty period, the Contractor shall within 48 hours after receipt of notification correct
      improper work, without cost to the School Board. If the Contractor fails to correct defects, OCPS shall be entitled to
      have such work remedied and the Contractor shall be fully liable for all costs and expense reasonably incurred by
      the district. Payments for Work performed do not constitute a waiver of this guarantee.

17.   ASSIGNMENT AND SUBCONTRACTING
      Awarded Contractor agrees not to assign or transfer anyone the rights of Contractor under this Contract or any
      interest of Contractor in this Contract without prior written consent thereto of School Board.
      Contractor will not subcontract any work without prior OCPS approval. All work is to be performed by qualified and
      trained service personnel that are directly employed by Contractor. All employees assigned by the Contractor,
      including subcontract labor, under this contract shall meet all bid requirements and standards to perform the work
      assigned as specified.

18.   TIME IS OF THE ESSENCE
      The Contractor acknowledges that time is of the essence to complete the work as required in each event. The
      Contractor agrees that all work shall be prosecuted diligently and uninterrupted at such a rate of progress as will
      ensure full completion thereof within industry standards. Should the Contractor neglects, fails, or refuses to
      complete the work within the time specified in each and every work request or as properly extended by the School
      Board, then the Contractor does hereby agree, as part consideration for awarding of the Agreement, to pay to the
      School Board the liquidated damage sum of $50.00 for each and every calendar day that the Contractor shall delay
      after the time stipulated in each and every purchase order for completing the work, not as a penalty but as
      liquidated damages for breach of Contract as set forth herein. If the reasons for the delays are beyond the
      Contractor’s control or an act of God, no liquidated damages for the breach of contract will be addressed.

19.   FAILURE OF PERFORMANCE AND/OR DELIVERY
      If the awarded contractor fails to perform as required per these specifications, or fails to deliver the item(s) specified
      in these specifications, he shall recompense the School Board of Orange County, Florida, for any damages to the
      said Board caused by his failure to perform as stated.

20.   NON-PERFORMANCE
      The bidder must comply with all requirements as set forth by this contract. Failure to complete the requirements of
      this contract shall be considered a default. In case of contract default, the School Board may procure the services or
      products from other sources and hold the bidder responsible for any excess costs occasioned thereby and may
      immediately proceed to cancel the contract. Furthermore, the School Board may suspend the vendor from future
      bids and business with the School Board for a specified period of time.

21.   USE OF OTHER CONTRACTS
      The School Board reserves the right to utilize any other District contract, any State of Florida Contract, any contract
      awarded by any other city or county governmental agencies, any other school board, or any other community
      college/state university system cooperative bid agreement, in lieu of any offer received or award made as a result of
      this bid, if it is in its best interest to do so. The School Board also reserves the right to bid separately any single
      order or to purchase any item on this bid if it is in its best interest to do so.

22.   FAMILIARITY WITH LAWS, ORDINANCES, RULES AND REGULATIONS
      Bidders are required to be familiar with all Federal, State and local laws, ordinances, rules and regulations that may
      affect their work in any manner. Failure on the part of the vendor to be aware of any law, ordinance, rule or
      regulation will in no way relieve him from any responsibility or liability arising from the contract award. The awarded
      vendor assures and certifies that they will comply with all laws, ordinances, rules, regulations and all other legal
      requirements. The contractor shall abide by all OSHA, NFPA and ADA regulations pertaining to the hazards
      associated with the project, such as fall protection, lockout/tag-out, PPE, safety barricades, portable fire



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      suppression / extinguishers, job site first aid kits and emergency communication. Any work site accidents shall be
      reported to the proper authorities.
      The bidder shall have in their possession all-applicable insurance, permits, licenses, etc. that may be required by
      law to furnish services under the scope of this contract. The successful bidder must not be in violation of any law or
      other ordinances during the life of this contract. Any fines levied due to inadequacies or failure to comply with any
      and all requirements shall be the sole responsibility of the Contractor. Any person found not in conformance with
      any laws, statutes, rules or regulations will not be allowed on the job site. Continued violations by a Contractor shall
      constitute cause for immediate termination of the Agreement.

23.   PROTECTION OF PERSONS & PROPERTY
      Precautions will be exercised at all times for the protection of persons (including employees) and property.
      Barricades will be provided by the Contractor at Contractor’s expense, when work is performed in areas traversed
      by persons or vehicles. Contractor shall conform to any safety requirements deemed necessary by OSHA
      requirements and by the OCPS Representative to insure that safety of all students, staff and community members.
      The successful bidder shall at all times guard from damage or loss to property of the School Board or of other
      Vendors or Contractors and shall replace or repair any loss or damage unless such is caused by the School Board,
      other Vendors or Contractors. The School Board may withhold payment or make such deductions, as it might deem
      necessary to insure reimbursement for loss or damage to property through negligence of the successful bidder or
      his agents.

24.   REMOVAL OF DEBRIS
      Contractor shall be responsible for the prompt removal of all debris from the school area, which is a result of this
      delivery and installation. Do not use the trash receptacles located on school board property. Any debris left at the
      worksite shall be removed within 24 hours notice from OCPS; the contractor assumes all liability for accidents that
      may occur due to any debris, equipment, tools and worksite hazards.

25.   JESSICA LUNSFORD ACT
      Awarded Contractor and any of his employees performing services hereunder, shall comply with the Jessica
      Lunsford Act taking effect September 1, 2005. “Non-instructional school district employees or contractual personnel
      who are permitted access on school grounds when students are present, who have direct contact with students or
      who have access to or control of school funds must meet level 2 screening requirements as described in s.1012.32.
      Contractual personnel shall include any individual, vendor or entity under contract with the school board.

26.   CONTRACTOR REPRESENTATIVE
      The awarded Contractor shall provide the name, address, phone and cell numbers of the contact person(s) for the
      placement of an order and the coordination of service. A contact for both regular work-hours and after-hours,
      weekends, and holidays must be identified. The awarded Contractor shall provide their technicians assigned to
      OCPS with either a cellular phone or Nextel radio allowing District personnel with immediate access in cases of
      emergency.

27.   INVOICING
      An invoice can only reference one purchase order number. Payment for partial shipments shall not be made unless
      specified. Invoices which do not reference valid purchase order numbers or which are erroneous (incorrect contract
      prices, minimum order charges, etc.) shall be returned to the vendor for resolution of the discrepancies. It is the sole
      responsibility of the vendor to reconcile the purchase order and the vendor’s invoice and to notify the purchasing
      representative of any discrepancies prior to billing. The school board will only pay the dollar amounts authorized on
      the purchase order.
      The awarded contractor will be required to submit invoices referencing the purchase order number on all requests for
      payment. All statements must reference valid purchase order numbers. Invoices shall be emailed directly to OCPS
      Representative in each area. Included in the email will be the invoice and inspection report.

      NE Representative:                         NW Representative:                       South Representative:
      Orange County Public Schools               Orange County Public Schools             Orange County Public Schools
      Northeast Area Maintenance                 Northwest Area Maintenance               South Area Maintenance
      3623 E. Amelia Street                      731 East Story Road                      6501 Magic Way, Bldg. 700
      Orlando, Florida 32803                     Winter Garden, Florida 34787             Orlando, Florida 32809
      Attn: Diane Muchetti                       Attn: Steve Anderson                     Attn: Paul Shamp
      Diane.muchetti@ocps.net                    Steven.Anderson@ocps.net                 Paul.Shamp@ocps.net

28.   DISCREPANCIES
      Contractor shall expeditiously resolve any and all discrepancies caused by vendor. Discrepancies are defined as
      receipt of damaged items, delivery shortages/overages, non-compliance with bid/purchase order instructions,

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      damage to Orange County Public Schools property and all other discrepancies caused by Contractor as related to
      the contract and/or purchase order.

29.   CONTRACTUAL AGREEMENT
      Invitation to bid shall be included and incorporated in the final award. The order of contractual precedence will be
      the bid document, response and purchase order. Any and all legal action necessary to enforce the award will be
      held in Orange County and the contractual obligations will be interpreted according to the laws of Florida.

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
1.    The specifications are listed herein or on the Electronic Bid Price Sheet. Bidder will be responsible for meeting all
      specifications as outlined herein and on the Bid Price Sheet. Exhibit A shows locations of existing generators.
      Failure to comply with these requirements may be cause for Bid rejection or award cancellation.
2.    CONTRACTOR QUALIFICATIONS
      Contractor shall hold a current occupational license and shall be qualified to perform work as described herein.
      Contractor must have successfully completed within the past year a minimum of three (3) commercial generator
      repairs where the contract amount was $1,000 or more.

3.    SERVICE REQUIREMENTS
      The Contractor shall provide sufficient staff, resources and facilities to ensure that the Orange County School
      Board's business is handled in a timely manner. Unless otherwise addressed in a project scope of work, the
      successful Contractor(s) shall not store any equipment, material, product or tools on school board property.
      All work shall be performed in accordance with a mutually agreed upon schedule with the respective school
      administrator. Services may be required to be performed before or after school hours, if work is performed outside
      of school hours the School Board will not be charged any additional fees for such work.
      The Contractor shall furnish all chemicals, materials, parts, equipment, transportation and labor necessary to
      provide for services as outlined herein. All expenses shall be included in the unit cost listed on the Bid Price Sheet.
      No additional charges shall be accepted.
      The Contractor shall be responsible of notifying the school board in writing of any conditions detrimental to proper
      and timely completion of work. Do not proceed with work until unsatisfactory conditions have been corrected in a
      manner acceptable to the Contractor.
      The contractor shall be held responsible for the on-site supervision, scheduling, receiving and placement of
      materials. If Contractor requires subcontractor labor, the School Board shall be notified of this requirement. Under
      no condition shall work specified be subcontracted, without prior OCPS approval. Work shall be performed by
      qualified and trained service personnel that are directly employed by Contractor. All employees assigned by the
      Contractor, including subcontract labor, to perform work under this contract shall meet all bid requirements and
      standards to perform the work assigned as specified.
      The Contractor acknowledges that work will be performed only after receipt of an authorized purchase order and
      that invoices will be based on prices listed on purchase order. Work performed without written authorization will not
      be paid.
      The Contractor shall respond to “emergency” calls within four (4) hours of receipt of call. Receipt of calls must be
      confirmed by the Contractor either by phone or email within 15 minutes to the requesting OCPS Representative.
      The Contract must also provide the OCPS Representative with an estimated time that service will be performed.
      Failure to respond in the required time could result in issuance of the work to another vendor.
      The school board reserves the right to add additional schools for maintenance as needed. There may be times
      when the equipment herein specified shall need repairs due to an Act of God, Vandalism, etc., therefore, bidders
      are requested to provide “hourly labor rates” and a percentage markup. Under these circumstances, an Act of God,
      Vandalism, etc., the School Board may elect to have the successful bidder perform the repairs.
      The Contractor shall provide the School Board with a two (2) copies of each and every “inspection/repair service”
      report for School Board equipment covered by this contract. One copy of this report shall be installed into the Red
      Book located at each facilities fire alarm panel. The other copy of this report shall be emailed to the Area
      Maintenance contact person.

4.    GENERATOR INSPECTION & MAINTENANCE
      The Contractor, for each genset (generator set), shall make one (1) “maintenance service” call per year and one (1)
      “inspection” (optional) call at the owners request. The contractor shall provide and maintain a schedule of service
      calls to each Maintenance Area’s point of contact person prior to any service.
      A.     Inspection (Optional at owner’s request)
             1.    Check for leaks, condition, and operation of:
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                        Cooling System
                        Fuel System – Day Tank
                        Lubrication Systems
                        Intake and Exhaust
                        Engine Electrical System
                        Battery Charging System
                        Block Heaters
             2.    Make minor adjustments and tighten loose connections
             3.    Adjust and Calibrate AC meters
             4.    Test all safety controls and alarms
             5.    Check operation of Transfer Switch (with approval)
             6.    Perform operational test of genset
             7.    Check and Clean batteries (notify OCPS representative if replace is needed)
             8.    Gas Models:
                        Clean and adjust spark plugs (replace as needed at no additional cost to OCPS)
                        Check and adjust timing
                        Adjust replace points and condenser
                        Adjust carburetor and fuel pressures
             9.    Diesel Models:
                        Clean and adjust glow plugs (replace as needed at no additional cost to OCPS)
                        Clean fuel injectors (notify OCPS representative if replace is needed)
                        Check and adjust timing
                        Adjust replace points and condenser
                        Adjust carburetor and fuel pressures
             10.   Provide to school board representative a written report of the general condition of genset
             11.   Advise school board representative of needed repairs. Any and all costs associated with a Contractor
                   providing a written estimate for repair will be borne by the Contractor. The School Board will not be
                   charged for the preparation of any written estimate provided by any Contractor.
      B.     Maintenance Service Call (at least one per year per generator)
             1.   Take oil sample to be analyzed (include in report with service call)
             2.   Change engine oil and engine oil filter
             3.   Change engine fuel filters (date filter)
             4.   Change DCA water elements (if test shows need)
             5.   Check/Clean engine air filters (if filter needs changing, provide cost to OCPS representative)
             6.   Check for leaks, condition, and operation of:
                       Cooling system
                       Fuel System – Day Tank
                       Lubrication System
                       Intake and Exhaust
                       Engine Electrical System
                       Battery Charging System
                       Block Heaters
             7.   Make minor adjustments and tighten loose connections
             8.   Adjust and Calibrate AC meters
             9.   Test all safety Controls and alarms
             10. Check operation of Transfer Switch (with Approval)
             11. Perform operational test of genset
             12. Check and Clean Batteries (if batteries needs changing, provide cost to OCPS representative,
                                                   Contractor responsible for batteries disposal)
             13. Gas models:
                       Clean and adjust spark plugs (replace as needed at no additional cost to OCPS)
                       Check and adjust timing
                       Adjust replace points and condenser
                       Adjust carburetor and fuel pressures
             14. Diesel models:
                       Clean and adjust glow plugs (replace as needed at no additional cost to OCPS)
                       Check and adjust timing
                       Check fuel injectors and injection pumps
             15. Provide to school board representative a written report of the general condition of genset
             16. Advise OCPS representative of needed repairs. Upon receipt of a Work Request and Estimate Form

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                   from the OCPS representative, the Contractor shall prepare an independent written estimate for the
                   labor and materials required to complete the work. This estimate shall provide specific information
                   including the following: number of hours need to complete the project with hourly rates, as per bid; list of
                   material including description, cost, manufacturer and manufacturer’s part number; subcontract
                   information of all labor and materials used by the subcontractor. This estimate shall also include the
                   time work will be started and completed.
             17.   The Contractor shall return an estimate to the OCPS personnel within three (3) workdays, or as
                   otherwise directed, from receipt of a Work Request and Estimate Form.
             18.   Any and all costs associated with a Contractor providing a written estimate for repair will be borne by the
                   Contractor. The School Board will not be charged for the preparation of any written estimate provided by
                   any Contractor.

5.    CONTRACTOR’S EMPLOYEE REQUIREMENTS
      A. It is the Contractor’s responsibility to ensure that all employees are legally allowed to work in the United States in
          accordance with Immigration and Homeland Security Policies.
      B. OCPS is committed to the education and safety of its students and employees. To that end, any contractor
          awarded a contract will be required to ensure that the personnel assigned to the project, do not possess
          criminal records that would jeopardize the safety of children or personnel. Therefore, contractors are required
          to fingerprint and obtain a criminal history check (includes all misdemeanors, felonies, or other criminal
          offenses other than non-criminal traffic violations) for each person hired by the contractor and subcontractors
          that will be working at any OCPS facility. Prior to the start of work the contractor must disclose to OCPS the
          names of all persons found to possess the aforementioned records along with a description and explanation of
          any extenuating circumstances. The school board will notify the contractor within three (3) workdays if the
          employee will be allowed to work on the project. The contractor must certify that the company and its
          employees are or will comply with these standards for each project awarded. The school board reserves the
          right to request at random the results of the fingerprint and/or criminal history check for any person hired by the
          contractor on school board premises.
      C. All employees assigned by the Contractor to the performance of work under this contract shall be 18 years of age or
          above and qualified in this type of work. It shall be the Contractor’s responsibility to insure that all employees meet
          the physical standards to perform the work assigned and are free from communicable diseases. This requirement
          also includes acceptable hygiene habits of Contractor’s employees. The Contractor shall require employees to be
          dressed in their work attire when reporting for duty. Employees shall be required to dress neatly, commensurate
          with the tasks being performed.
      D. Contractor’s employees must sign in (upon arrival) and out (upon departure) at the main office of the school or
          facility.
      E. The contractor shall see that every employee on the contractor’s work force is provided an identification badge
          and shall ensure that all employees wear their badges on the outside of their uniform at all times when on
          school board premises.
      F. If keys are provided and lost, the Contractor will be responsible for the cost of replacement keys.
      G. Contractor employees shall adhere to security standards, comply with the instructions pertaining to conduct
          and building regulations issued by duly appointed officials, such as the building managers, guards, inspectors,
          etc. Contractor employees shall not smoke on school grounds. Contractor employees may not solicit, distribute
          or sell products while on School Board property. Contractor employee will not have interaction with the student
          population.
      H. The successful Contractor(s) is hereby notified that the unlawful manufacture, distribution, dispensation, possession
          or use of a controlled substance or alcohol is strictly prohibited on any school district property. Violations may
          subject the Contractor and/or the Contractor’s employee(s) to prosecution, fines, imprisonment and/or cancellation
          of this or any other contract(s) that this Contractor presently holds. The Contractor is required by this school board
          to take appropriate disciplinary action in such cases and/or require that the employee(s) satisfactory participation in
          a rehabilitation program.

6.    QUOTE PROCESS
      Contractor shall submit to the designated OCPS Representative a quote with a firm fixed price for each repair.
      Should at any time there be an increase to the quoted price because of unforeseen circumstances or due to
      changes in scope of work by OCPS, the Contractor must receive prior written approval prior to any work being
      performed. Quote pricing shall include all labor, equipment, transportation, overhead and materials for generator
      repairs.




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                                           EXHIBIT A
       LOCATION/FACILITY            MANUFACTURER & MODEL NUMBER

       Northeast Area Maintenance
       3623 E. Amelia St.
       Orlando, FL 32803
       Diane.Muchetti@ocps.net

  1    Andover ES                   Generator: Cummins Mod. # DGDB-5694712
       3100 Sanctuary Point Blvd.   Transfer Switches: Cummins OTPCC-5694695 & OTPCC-5699908
       Orlando, FL 32825

  2    Audubon Park ES              Generator: Cummins DGFA 5780648
       1750 Common Way Rd.          Transfer Switches, Cummins #1 ATS-LS
       Orlando 32803                #2 ATS-Q277

  3    Avalon ES                    Generator: Koehler #100ROZJ
       13500 Tanja King Blvd.       Transfer Switch: K566541-0150 and K566541-0070
       Orlando, FL 32828

  4    Camelot ES                   Generator: Cummins #100DGDB-2097
       14501 Waterford Chase Pkwy   Transfer Switch: #OTPCC-4959021
       Orlando, FL 32828

  5    Castle Creek ES              Generator: ONAN CUMMINS Mod. # DGFA5749803
       1245 N. Avalon Park Blvd.    Transfer Switch: OTECC-5748741 & OTECC-5748741
       Orlando, FL 32828

  6    Columbia ES                  Generator: Caterpillar D150-8
       18501 Cypress Lk Glen Blvd   Transfer Switches, ASCO #378478
       Orlando, FL 32820

  7    East Lake ES                 Generator: Cummins DGDB5694646
       3971 N. Tampa Rd             Transfer Switches, Cummins #OTPCC-56699813
       Orlando, FL 32826

  8    Lawton Chiles ES             Generator: (generic) P/N C2461-B
       11001 Bloomfield Dr.         Transfer Switch: 99A-07867-W and 99A-05429-W
       Orlando, FL 32825

  9    McCoy Elementary             150 KW Kohler, Diesel Ser#
       5225 S. Semoran Blvd         2028105 Transfer Switch, Kohler
       Orlando, FL 32822

  10   Riverdale ES                 Generator: Koehler #100ROZJ
       11301 Lokanotosa Trail       Transfer Switch: K566541-70 and K566541-104
       Orlando, FL 32817

  11   Stone Lakes ES               Generator: Koehler 150REOZJB
       15200 Stoneybrook Blvd       Transfer Switch: Koehler# KCT-AMVA-600-S
       Orlando, FL 32828

  12   Vista Lakes ES               100 KW Kohler, Diesel Ser#
       6050 Lake Champlain Dr       2090106, Transfer Switch
       Orlando, FL 32829

  13   Avalon MS                    Generator: Cummins DGFA5749803
       13914 Mailer Blvd            Transfer Switches, Cummins #OTECC-5748741
       Orlando, FL 32828

  14   Corner Lake MS               Generator: Koehler # 150ROZJ
       1700 Chuluota Rd.            Transfer Switch: #ZCS-555543-400
       Orlando, FL 32820

  15   Discovery MS                 Generator: Koehler # 150ROZJ
       601 Woodbury Rd.             Transfer Switch: #ZCS-555543-400
       Orlando, FL 32828

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  16   Glenridge MS                 Generator: Kohler #100REOZJG
       2900 Upper Park Rd.          Transfer Switch:
       Orlando, FL 32803            Kohler GLS-566341-0150

  17   Legacy MS                    Generator: Koehler 150REOZJB
       11398 Lake Underhill Rd      Transfer Switches, Koehler #KCT-AMVA-01505
       Orlando, FL 32825

  18   Maitland MS                  Generator:
       1901 Choctaw Trail           Transfer Switch:
       Maitland, FL 32751           NEW WARRANTY TILL MAR-11

  19   Odyssey MS                   Generator: Olympian #D75P3
       9290 Lee Vista Blvd.         Transfer Switch: Access 4000
       Orlando, FL 32828

  20   Stonewall Jackson MS         Generator: CATERPILLAR Mod. #        3M54C
       6000 Stonewall Jackson Rd.   Transfer Switch:
       Orlando, FL 32807

  21   Union Park MS                Generator: Cummins DGBB5791185
       1844 Westfall Dr.            Transfer Switches, Cummins #OTECC-5789670
       Orlando, FL 32817            and OTECC-56789669

  22   East River HS                Generator: Cummings Mod. # DFEG-7075019
       654 Columbia School Rd.      Transfer Switch: OTECC-7075102 & OTECC-7075102
       Orlando, FL 32833            There is a SIEMENS transfer switch for portable generators - no model # visible

  23   Edgewater HS                 Generator: Cummins Power Generation Model DFEG-AO29P174
       3100 Edgewater Dr.           Transfer Switch: Cummins 4EATS and 4KATS
       Orlando, FL 32804            NEW WARRANTY TILL OCT-12

  24   Timber Creek HS              Generator: Caterpillar #3406
       1001Avalon Park Blvd.        Transfer Switch: ASCO 940
       Orlando, FL 32828

  25   University HS                Generator: CATERPILLAR Mod. # SR43208
       11501 Eastwood Dr.           Transfer Switch: Caterpillar TCB1B6 PE XXXXXXXXXO
       Orlando, FL 32817

  26   University HS Shelter        Generator: PHOENIX Mod. # AE352H
       11501 Eastwood Dr.           Transfer Switch: Pringle M57480 DWB#
       Orlando, FL 32817

  27   Winter Park HS               Generator: KOHLER     Mod. # 180REOZJB
       2100 Summerfield Rd.         Transfer Switch: K2001133
       Winter Park, FL 32792

  28   ELC                          Generator: CUMMINS        Mod. # KTTA19-G52
       445 W. Amelia St.            Transfer Switch: Russell Electric Inc. RMT1004CE Serial 16440-2
       Orlando, FL 32801

  29   ELC Fire Pump                Generator: AURORA       Mod. # 88-67305
       445 W. Amelia St.            Transfer Switch: None
       Orlando, FL 32801

  30   Orlando Tech.                Generator:
       301 W. Amelia St.            Onan #125.OD4D15R1210241
       Orlando, FL 32801            Transfer Switch: ASCO # 906916




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       Northwest Area Maintenance
       731 East Story Road
       Winter Garden, Florida 34787
       Steven.Anderson@ocps.net

  31   Citrus ES                      Generator: Generac #20A00874S
       87 N. Clarke Rd.               Transfer Switch: 20B-00875
       Ocoee, FL 34761

  32   Dillard Street ES              Generator:
       311 Dillard St.                Cummings Engine #6BT5.9-G
       Winter Garden, FL 34787        Transfer Switch: N/A

  33   Hiawassee ES                   Generator: Cummings #D6DB5601381
       6800 Hennepin Blvd             Transfer Switch:OTPCC5601383
       Orlando, FL 32818

  34   Lakeville ES                   Generator: Koehler #100-ROZJ
       2015 Lakeville Rd.             Transfer Switch: N/A
       Apopka, FL 32703

  35   Ridgewood Park ES              Generator: Cummins #D060908573
       3401 Pioneer Rd.               Transfer Switch:
       Orlando Fl. 3280

  36   Sunset Park ES                 Generator: Kohler #2138038
       12050 Overstreet Rd.           Transfer Switch:
       Windermere, FL 34787

  37   Thornebrooke ES                Generator: Spectrum Detroit Diesel #100DSEJ
       601 Thornebrooke Rd.           Transfer Switch: N/A
       Ocoee, FL 34761

  38   West Oaks ES                   Generator: Kohler #100REOZJB
       905 Dorscher Rd.               Transfer Switch: K0758147
       Orlando, FL 32818

  39   Whispering Oaks ES             Generator: Cummins #K040711691
       15300 W. Stoneybrook Pkwy      Transfer Switch:
       Winter Garden, FL 34787

  40   Windy Ridge K-8                Generator: Katolight #124188-0306
       3900 Beech Tree Dr.
       Orlando, FL 32835

  41   Wolf Lake ES                   Generator: Cummins #K050853769
       1771 W. Ponkan Rd.             Transfer Switch:
       Apopka Fl. 32712

  42   Bridgewater MS                 115 KW Cummins, Diesel
       5600 Tiny Rd.                  Transfer Switch, Cummins
       Winter Garden, FL 34787

  43   Chain of Lakes MS              Generator: Koehler #80-608339
       8700 Conroy - Windermere Rd.   Transfer Switch: #M340
       Orlando, FL 32835

  44   Gotha MS                       Generator: Koehler #150ROZJ71
       9155 Gotha Rd                  Transfer Switch: N/A
       Windermere, FL 34786

  45   Meadowbrook MS                 Generator: Koehler #30R0Z281
       6000 North Lane                Transfer Switch: N/A
       Orlando, FL 32808

  46   Piedmont Lakes MS              Generator: Koehler #150-ROZJ
       2601 Lakeville Rd.             Transfer Switch:
       Apopka, FL 32703               Zenith #440ECS-7AAC

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  47   Wolf Lake MS                Generator: Cummins #L050858879
       1725 W. Ponkan Rd.          Transfer Switch:
       Apopka Fl. 32712

  48   Apopka HS                   Generator: Kohler #2178569
       555 W. Martin St.           Transfer Switch:
       Apopka, FL 32712

  49   Ocoee HS                    Generator: Caterpillar #9CR03108
       1925 Ocoee Crown Pt Pkwy    Transfer Switch:
       Ocoee, FL 34761

  50   Wekiva HS                   Generator: Kohler #2094442
       2501 N. Hiawassee Rd.       Transfer Switch:
       Apopka, Fl. 32703

  51   West Orange HS              Generator: Kohler #G070088254
       1625 S. Beulah Rd.          Transfer Switch:
       Winter Garden, Fl. 34787

  52   Pine Hills Transportation   Generator: Kohler #242396
       5140 N. Pine Hills Rd.      Transfer Switch: Manual
       Orlando Fl. 32808

       South Area Maintenance
       6501 Magic Way, Bldg. 700
       Orlando, FL 32809
       Paul.Shamp@ocps.net

  53   Catalina ES                 100.5 KW Cummins, Diesel, Ser#
       2448 29th Street            1060967973, Transfer Switch
       Orlando, FL 32805

  54   Eagle’s Nest ES             Generator: Kohler #100REOZJB
       5353 Metro West Blvd.       Transfer Switch: K0786610
       Orlando, FL 32811

  55   Endeavor ES                 Generator: Generac #20A00875-S
       13501 Balcombe Rd.          Transfer Switch #1: Generac #20A-000874-W
       Orlando, FL 32837           Transfer Switch #2: Generac #20B-00874-W

  56   Millennia ES                100 KW Cummins, Diesel Ser#
       5301 Cypress Creek Blvd.    DGFA-5749788, Transfer Switch
       Orlando, FL 32811

  57   Northlake Park ES           Generator: Generac #99A02021S
       9055 Northlake Pkwy         Transfer Switch: Generac #99A02021W
       Orlando, FL 32827

  58   Sand Lake ES                150 KW Cummins, Diesel Ser#
       8301 Buena Vista Woods      A050742086, Transfer Switch
       Orlando, FL 32809

  59   South Creek ES              100 KW Cummins, Diesel, Ser#
       3801 Weatherbee Rd          J050946639, Transfer Switch
       Orlando, FL 32824

  60   Three Points ES             Generator: Olympian #D100P1
       4001 South Goldenrod Rd.    Transfer Switch: Zenith ZTQ2K8FL
       Orlando, FL 32822

  61   Wyndham Lakes ES            100 KW Cummins, Diesel Ser#
       14360 Wyndham Lakes Blvd    B060885519, Transfer Switch
       Orlando, FL 32824

  62   Conway MS                   Generator: Generac #4142730100
       4600 Anderson Rd            Transfer Switch: Generac #6662
       Orlando, FL 32812

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  63   Freedom MS                     100.5 KW Cummins,
       2850 Taft Vineland Rd          Diesel Ser# K040710239, Transfer Switch
       Orlando, FL 32837

  64   Hunters Creek MS               Generator: Kohler #150R0ZJ71
       13400 Town Loop Blvd           Transfer Switch: Zenith #ZTSH40FCS-7
       Orlando, FL 32837

  65   Meadow Woods MS                Generator: Olympian #97A06451-S
       1800 Rhode Island Woods Cir.   Transfer Switch: Zenith #ZTSL40FS-7
       Orlando, FL 32824

  66   Southwest MS                   Generator: Koehler #40R0Z371
       6340 Dr. Phillips Blvd.        Transfer Switch: K166541-70
       Orlando, FL 32819

  67   Cypress Creek HS               Generator: Koehler #300R0ZD71
       1101 Bear Crossing Dr.         Transfer Switch: Zenith #ZTS41SC-7AAACELLPRTUW
       Orlando, FL 32824

  68   Dr. Phillips HS                Generator: D.M.Y. – DMT150H
       6500 Turkey Lake Rd.           Transfer Switch:
       Orlando, FL 32819              Zenith Controls ZTS 41 EC

  69   Freedom HS
       2500 Taft Vineland             Generator: Kohler #300RE0ZD
       Orlando, FL 32837              Transfer Switch: Kohler #K-566541-040

  70   Lake Nona HS                   Generator: Kohler #350RE0ZDD, SER. #2208579, mfg. spec. GM41981-GA3
       12500 Narcoossee Rd.           Transfer Switch: Kohler #KCT-AMVA-06005, SER. #K2195679
       Orlando, FL 32832

  71   Oak Ridge HS                   Generator: Onan #DCCKB3CR/IE
       6000 S. Winegard Rd.           Transfer Switch: N/A
       Orlando, FL 32809

  72   Mid-Florida Tech               Generator: Onan #DYG15R/116990
       2900 W. Oak Ridge Rd.          Transfer Switch: ASCO #940310096XC
       Orlando, FL 32809

  73   Facilities Gas Island          Generator: Onan, Diesel, Ser # E980738799
       6501 Magic Way                 Transfer Switch: Onan
       Orlando, FL 32809




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                                         RESPONDENT’S EXPERIENCE/QUALIFICATIONS
Please provide written responses to the following questions. If the answer to any of the questions is “Yes”, Vendor shall
describe fully the circumstances, reasons therefore, status, and ultimate disposition of each matter that is the subject of this
inquiry.
1. Years in business under present name:                              Years performing work specialty:
    Licenses currently valid in force:
2. Contractor’s Representative
   Provide the following information for the person assigned to this contract. Representative will assist in the overall
   coordination of services to include but not be limited to quoting projects and resolving issues with invoices, etc.:
    Name:                                Phone #:                            Cell #:
   Email:
3. Has Vendor been declared in default of any contract?               Yes      No
4. Has Vendor ever forfeited on any performance bond payment issued by a surety company on any contract?
                                                                                                 Yes  No
5. Has an uncompleted contract been assigned by Vendor’s surety company on any payment of performance bond issued
   to Vendor arising from its failure to fully discharge all contractual obligations there under?  Yes  No
6. Within the past three (3) years, has Vendor filed for reorganization, protection from creditors, or dissolution under the
   bankruptcy statutes?                                         Yes  No
7. Is Vendor now the subject of any litigation in which an adverse decision might result in a material change in the
   respondent’s financial position or future viability?      Yes  No
8. Is Vendor currently involved in any state of a fact-finding, negotiations or resistance to a merger, friendly acquisition or
   hostile take-over, either as a target or as a pursuer?          Yes  No
9. References: Provide three references from agencies you have provided goods or services to in the past two (2) years, at
   least one reference should be a public school system.
    Reference # 1
    Organization Name:                                                                         Telephone #:

    Contact Name:                                                                 E-mail Address:

    Scope of Work Provided:



    Project Dollar Value:                    Present Contract Status:                      Contract Dates:
    Reference # 2
    Organization Name:                                                                         Telephone #:

    Contact Name:                                                                 E-mail Address:

    Scope of Work Provided:



    Project Dollar Value:                    Present Contract Status:                      Contract Dates:
    Reference # 3
    Organization Name:                                                                         Telephone #:

    Contact Name:                                                                 E-mail Address:

    Scope of Work Provided:



    Project Dollar Value:                    Present Contract Status:                      Contract Dates:

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                                         STATEMENT OF AFFIRMATION AND INTENT

TO:          ORANGE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS, PROCUREMENT SERVICES

PROJECT:       BID NAME

DATE:

The undersigned, hereinafter called the respondent, as evidence of the sworn affidavit declares that the only persons, or
parties interested in their proposal are those named herein, that this proposal is, in all respects, fair and without fraud
that it is made without collusion with any other vendor or official of the Orange County School Board. Neither the Affiant
nor the above named entity has directly or indirectly entered into any agreement, participated in any collusion or
otherwise taken any action in restraint of free competitive pricing in connection with the entity’s submittal for the above
project. This statement restricts the discussion of pricing data until the completion of negotiations and execution of the
Agreement for this project.

The respondent certifies that no Board Member, Director or School Board Employee directly or indirectly owns assets or
capital stock of the bidding entity, nor will they directly or indirectly benefit by the profits or emoluments of this proposal.

The respondent certifies that no member of the entity’s ownership or management is presently applying for an employee
position or actively seeking an elected position with the District. In the event that a conflict of interest is identified in the
provision of services, the respondent agrees to notify OCPS immediately in writing.

The respondent further declares that he/she has carefully examined the scope of services, instructions, terms and
conditions of this Request for Proposal and that respondent’s proposal is made according to the provisions of the
solicitation and that he/she will meet or exceed the scope of services, requirements and standards contained in the
Invitation to Bid.

The respondent agrees to abide by all conditions of the negotiation process. In conducting negotiations with OCPS,
respondent offers and agrees that if this negotiation is accepted, the respondent will convey, sell, assign, or transfer to
OCPS all rights, title, and interest in and to all causes of action it may now or hereafter acquire under the Anti-trust laws
of the United States and the State of Florida for price fixing relating to the particular commodities or services purchased
or acquired by OCPS. At the District’s discretion, such assignment shall be made and become effective at the time the
District tenders final payment to the respondent. The proposal constitutes a respondent and binding offer by the
respondent to perform the services as stated.


                                               Corporate Name of Respondent (Typed)


                                               Address, City, Zip


                                               Signature of Authorized Representative                            Date

NOTARY PUBLIC
State Of:                                       County Of:

  On this           day of                          , 20       , before me appeared (name)
  who is personally known to me or who has produced                                                          as identification
  sworn, did execute the foregoing affidavit, and did state that he or she was properly authorized by (name of firm)
                                                                 , to execute the affidavit and did so as his or her free act
  and deed.

Notary Public Signature:

Notary Name, Printed, Typed Or Stamped:

Commission Number:                                         My Commission Expires:




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                                       ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF BUSINESS TYPE
This form must be signed in the presence of a Notary Public or other officer authorized to administer oaths and submitted
with the bid on the specified due date and time. The undersigned Bidder certifies that this proposal package is submitted in
accordance with the scope of services in its entirety and with full understanding of the conditions governing this proposal.
The Bidder further declares that he/she has carefully examined the scope of services, instructions, terms and conditions
of this Invitation to Bid and that Bidder’s proposal is made according to the provisions of the bid and that he/she will
meet or exceed the scope of services, requirements, and standards contained in the Invitation to Bid.

BUSINESS ADDRESS OF BIDDER:

Address

City, State, Zip Code

Telephone No.                                             Fax No.

SIGNATURE OF BIDDER

If an Individual:
                                         Signature

   doing business as

If a Partnership:

    by:
                                      Partner Signature

If a Corporation:
                                       Corporate Name

    (a                           Corporation)            In what State is the Corporation Incorporated?

    If not incorporated under the laws of Florida, are you licensed to do business in Florida? Yes             No

   by:
                                          Signature

   Title:

    Attest:                              (SEAL)
                                                      Corporate Secretary

NOTARY PUBLIC
State Of:                                    County Of:

  On this           day of                        , 20         , before me appeared (name)
  who is personally known to me or who has produced                                                         as identification
  sworn, did execute the foregoing affidavit, and did state that he or she was properly authorized by (name of firm)
                                                                 , to execute the affidavit and did so as his or her free act
  and deed.

Notary Public Signature:

Notary Name, Printed, Typed Or Stamped:

Commission Number:                                        My Commission Expires:


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                                     DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE CERTIFICATION FORM

IDENTICAL TIE BIDS - In accordance with Florida State Statutes Section 287.087, preference shall be given to businesses
with drug-free workplace programs. Whenever two or more bids, which are equal with respect to price, quality and
service, are received by the State or by any political subdivision for the procurement of commodities or contractual
services, a bid received from a business that certifies that it has implemented a drug-free workplace program shall be
given preference in the award process. Established procedures for processing tie bids will be followed if none of the tied
vendors has a drug-free workplace program. In order to have a drug-free workplace program, a business shall:

1. Publish a statement notifying employees that the unlawful manufacture, distribution, dispensing, possession or use of
   a controlled substance is prohibited in the workplace and specifying the actions that will be taken against employees
   for violations of such prohibition.

2. Inform employees about the dangers of drug abuse in the workplace, the business's policy of maintaining a drug-free
   workplace, any available drug counseling, rehabilitation and employee assistance programs, the penalties that may
   be imposed upon employees for drug abuse violations.

3. Give each employee engaged in providing the commodities or contractual services that are under bid a copy of the
   statement specified in subsection (1).

4. In the statement specified in subsection (1), notify the employees that, as a condition of working on the commodities
   or contractual services that are under bid, the employee will abide by the terms of the statement and will notify the
   employer of any conviction of, or plea of guilty or nolo contendere to, any violation of Chapter 893 or of any controlled
   substance law of the United States or any state, for a violation occurring in the workplace no later than five (5) days
   after such conviction.

5. Impose a sanction on, or require the satisfactory participation in a drug abuse assistance or rehabilitation program if
   such is available who is so convicted.

6. Make a good faith effort to continue to maintain a drug-free workplace through implementation of this section.

As the person authorized to sign the statement, I certify that this respondent complies fully with the above requirements.




  Authorized Representative’s Signature




  Company Name




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                                                              U.S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
    Certification Regarding Debarment, Suspension, and Other Responsibility Matters ‐ Primary Covered Transactions 
                                                                                         

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  regulations  may  be  obtained  by  contacting  the  Department  of  Agriculture  agency  offering  the 
proposed covered transaction. 
                                        Before Completing Certification, Read Instructions below 
1. The prospective primary participant certifies to the best of its knowledge and belief, that it and its principals: 
   (a)  are  not  presently  debarred,  suspended,  proposed  for  debarment,  declared  ineligible,  or  voluntarily  excluded  from  covered 
   transactions  by  any  Federal  department  or  agency;  (b)  have  not  within  a  three‐year  period  preceding  this  proposal  been 
   convicted of or had a civil judgement rendered against them for commission of fraud or a criminal offense in connection with 
   obtaining,  attempting  to  obtain,  or  performing  a  public  (Federal,  State  or  local)  transaction  or  contract  under  a  public 
   transaction; violation of Federal or State antitrust statutes or commission of embezzlement, theft, forgery, bribery, falsification or 
   destruction  of  records,  making  false  statements,  or  receiving  stolen  property;  (c)  are  not  presently  indicted  for  or  otherwise 
   criminally or civilly charged by a governmental entity (Federal, State or local) with commission of any of the offenses enumerated 
   in paragraph (1)(b) of this certification; and (d) have not within a three‐year period preceding this application/proposal had one 
   or more public transactions (Federal, State or local) terminated for cause or default. 
1. Where the prospective lower tier participant is unable to certify to any of the statements in this certification, such prospective 
   participants shall attach an explanation to this proposal.  
 
                                                                                                                                                   
Organization Name                                                        PR/Award Number or Project Name 
 
                                                                                                                                                  
Name(s) and Title(s) of Authorized Representatives                       Signature                                                        Date 
 

                                                                    Instructions for Certification 
 
1.   By  signing  and  submitting  this  form,  the  prospective  primary                    6.   The prospective primary participant agrees by submitting this form 
     participant  is  providing  the  certification  set  out  above  in                          that,  should  the  proposed  covered  transaction  be  entered  into,  it 
     accordance with these instructions.                                                          shall  not  knowingly  enter  into  any  lower  tier  covered  transaction 
2.   The inability of a person to provide the certification required below                        with  a  person  who  is  debarred,  suspended,  declared  ineligible,  or 
     will not necessarily result in denial of participation in this covered                       voluntarily excluded from participation in this covered transaction, 
     transaction.  The  prospective  participant  shall  submit  an                               unless  authorized  by  the  department  or  agency  entering  into  this 
     explanation  of  why  it  cannot  provide  the  certification  set  out  on                  transaction. 
     this  form.  The  certification  or  explanation  will  be  considered  in              7.  The  prospective  primary  participant  further  agrees  by  submitting 
     connection  with  the  department  or  agency's  determination                               this  form  that  it  will  include  the  clause  titled  "Certification 
     whether  to  enter  into  this  transaction.  However,  failure  of  the                     Regarding  Debarment,  Suspension,  Ineligibility  and  Voluntary 
     prospective  primary  participant  to  furnish  a  certification  or  an                     Exclusion  ‐  Lower  Tier  Covered  Transactions,"  provided  by  the 
     explanation  shall  disqualify  such  person  from  participation  in  this                  department  or  agency  entering  into  this  covered  transaction, 
     transaction.                                                                                 without  modification,  in  all  lower  tier  covered  transactions  and  in 
3.   The  certification  in  this  clause  is  a  material  representation  of  fact              all solicitations for lower tier covered transactions. 
     upon  which  reliance  was  placed  when  the  department  or  agency                   8.   A participant in a covered transaction may rely upon a certification 
     determined  to  enter  into  this  transaction.  If  it  is  later  determined               of a prospective participant in a lower tier covered transaction that 
     that  the  prospective  primary  participant  knowingly  rendered  an                        is not debarred, suspended, ineligible, or voluntarily excluded from 
     erroneous  certification,  in  addition  to  other  remedies  available  to                  the  covered  transaction,  unless  it  knows  that  the  certification  is 
     the Federal Government, the department or agency may terminate                               erroneous. A participant may decide the method and frequency by 
     this transaction for cause or default.                                                       which it determines the eligibility of its principals. Each participant 
4.   The  prospective  primary  participant  shall  provide  immediate                            may, but is not required to, check the Non‐procurement List. 
     written notice to the department or agency to whom this proposal                        9.   Nothing  contained  in  the  foregoing  shall  be  construed  to  require 
     is  submitted  if  at  any  time  the  prospective  primary  participant                     establishment  of  a  system  of  records  in  order  to  render  in  good 
     learns  that  its  certification  was  erroneous  when  submitted  or  has                   faith  the  certification  required  by  this  clause.  The  knowledge  and 
     become erroneous by reason of changed circumstances.                                         information of a participant is not required to exceed that which is 
5.   The  terms  "covered  transaction,"  "debarred,"  "suspended,"                               normally possessed by a prudent person in the ordinary course of 
     "ineligible,"  "lower  tier  covered  transaction,"  "participant,"                          business dealings. 
     "person,"  "primary  covered  transaction,"  "principal,"  "proposal,"                  10. Except  for  transactions  authorized  under  paragraph  6  of  these 
     and  "voluntarily  excluded,"  as  used  in  this  clause,  have  the                        instructions,  if  a  participant  in  a  covered  transaction  knowingly 
     meanings  set  out  in  the  Definitions  and  Coverage  sections  of  the                   enters  into  a  lower  tier  covered  transaction  with  a  person  who  is 
     rules  implementing  Executive  Order  12549.  You  may  contact  the                        suspended,  debarred,  ineligible,  or  voluntarily  excluded  from 
     department or agency to which this proposal is being submitted for                           participation  in  this  transaction,  in  addition  to  other  remedies 
     assistance in obtaining a copy of those regulations.                                         available  to  the  Federal  Government,  the  department  or  agency 
                                                                                                  may terminate this transaction for cause or default. 

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                             ORANGE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
                                            OFFICE      OF   BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY

                                                  MWBE/LDB PARTICIPATION

OCPS has established annual participation levels for the procurement of goods and non-professional services with Minority-
Owned & Women-Owned Business Enterprises (MWBE), and Local Developing Businesses (LDB). For calculating
purposes, the participation-level percentages, only those dollars awarded to certified MWBE and LDB vendors will be
utilized.

    A. Each MWBE firm shall submit a copy of a valid MWBE certification from the City of Orlando, Orange County
       Government, State of Florida or the National/Florida Minority Supplier Development Council. Each LDB firm shall
       submit a valid LDB letter of certification issued by the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority or a copy of their OCPS
       LDB Certificate. MWBE and LDB firms shall submit valid proof of certification with the bid. A firm must be
       certified by the bid award date. A bidder may be considered non-responsive and may be rejected, at the sole
       discretion of OCPS, if the bidder fails to provide the required data.

    B. OCPS shall be the final authority in determining whether a bidder qualifies as an MWBE or LDB firm for purposes
       of this bid.

    C. For clarification regarding the district’s MWBE or LDB program, please contact The Business Opportunity Office
       (407) 317- 3739. MWBE and LDB guidelines may also be accessed at: http://www.obo.ocps.net


Minority and Women-Owned Business Enterprise (MWBE) and Local Developing Business (LDB) Requirements:


    A.    Are you a certified MWBE vendor?      Yes  No
         If yes, please attach a copy of the certification to your bid and check the agency you are certified with:

             City of Orlando      Greater Orlando Aviation Authority
             State of Florida     National Minority Supplier Development Council Orange County
LDB Eligibility Requirements (please note for complete requirements refer to LDB Guidelines). OCPS certifies LDBs and
accepts LDB certification from Greater Orlando Aviation Authority.

    A. Are you a certified LDB vendor?      Yes  No
    B. If yes, please check the agency you are certified with and attach a copy of the certification to your bid:

    C.    Orange County Public Schools               Greater Orlando Aviation Authority

You may access LDB guidelines and requirements via the Office of Business Opportunity website:
http://www.obo.ocps.net. If your firm would like to be considered an LDB vendor, complete the LDB eligibility form below
and submit with your bid.

Please sign below to acknowledge that you have read and understand the information regarding the district’s MWBE and
LDB programs.

______________________________________________
Signature




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                      Business Opportunity Office             1. Firm Name                 2. Street Address of Principal Office
                       6501 Magic Way, Bldg. 100A
                         Orlando, FL 32809
                             407-317-3739
             Local Developing Business Eligibility Form
3. Phone No         4. Web Site Address     5. Fax No.        6. E-mail Address         7. Contact Name     8. M/WBE Certified
                                                                                                             Yes     No



9.Ownership of Firm: Identify the Owners of the Firm
Name                            Address                            Years of Ownership    Ownership %       Voting %




If any of the owners is a corporation, partnership or other entity other than an individual (an “Entity”), please provide the
same information with respect to each such Entity and the owners of each such Entity at all tiers.
10. Control of Firm: Identify by name and title in the firm those individuals (including owners and non-owners) who are
responsible for day-to-day management and policy decision making including, but not limited, to, those with prime
responsibility for:
Responsibility       Name:                 Title:           Qualifications:          Experience:                   Yrs w/ Firm:
Financial
Decisions
Management
Decisions:
1. Estimating
2. Marketing and
Sales:
3. Hiring and
firing of
management
personnel:
11. Financial Stability - Please state the Gross Revenues received by your firm for each of the preceding three years
                  Year Ending                                               Gross Revenues
                  Year Ending                                               Gross Revenues
                  Year Ending                                               Gross Revenues

12. Net Worth – The net worth of each individual owner foes not exceed $250,000 exclusive of the equity in each
individual’s primary residence (up to $500,000) and exclusive of the equity in any business in which the individual is
actively involved in the management and day-to-day operation of said business. If any ownership interest in Firm is held
by an entity other than an individual, then the net worth analyzed will be that of the individuals ultimately owning the legal
and/or beneficial interest in the entity, which owns an interest in Firm. IF FIRM IS NOTIFIED THAT IT IS THE APPARENT LOW
BIDDER OR PROPOSER, FIRM SHALL SUBMIT TO THE SCHOOL BOARD SUCH FINANCIAL INFORMATION AS THE SCHOOL BOARD
MAY REQUIRE IN ORDER TO ESTABLISH THAT EACH INDIVIDUAL OWNER MEETS THE NET WORTH LIMITATION. Sample list of
information, which may be requested by the Orange County School Board to establish each individual’s net worth:
    1. Articles of Incorporation, Articles of Organization or Partnership Agreement of Firm and other entities owned.
    2. Each individual owner’s balance sheet with a sworn statement as to accuracy and authorization for release of
         information by third parties to School Board.
    3. Property titles
13. Stock Options - Describe or attach a copy of any stock options or other ownership options that are outstanding, and
any agreements between owners or between owners and third parties, which restrict ownership or control of the owners.
(Attach a separate sheet if necessary)

14. Nature of Business: Specify major services / products.


15. Are you authorized to do business in the state as well as locally, including all necessary business licenses?
                                                                                                        Yes                 No



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                                                        16. AFFIDAVIT

“The undersigned swears that the foregoing statements are true and correct and include all material information
necessary to identify and explain the operations of                                                           (name of firm)
as well as the ownership thereof. Further, the undersigned agrees to provide, through the prime contractor or, if no prime,
directly to the Orange County School Board, current, complete, and accurate information regarding actual work performed
on the project, the payment therefore, and any proposed changes, if any, of the foregoing arrangements and to permit the
audit and examination of books, records and files of the named firm. Any material misrepresentation will be grounds for
terminating any contract which may be awarded and for initiating action under Federal and State laws concerning false
statements.”
NOTE: If, after filing this form and before the work of this firm is completed on the contract covered by this regulation,
there is any significant change in the information submitted, you must inform the Orange County School Board of the
change through the prime contractor or, if no prime contractor, inform the Orange County School Board directly:



Signature                                      Name & Title (print or typed)                               Date


Corporate Seal (where appropriate)                                          Date


State of                                          County of


On this        day of           , 20   , before me appeared (name) sworn, did execute the foregoing affidavit, and did
state that he or she was properly authorized by (name of firm)              , to execute the affidavit and did so as his or her
free act and deed.

(Seal)


Notary Public:                                                     Commission Expires:




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                    ORANGE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
                                         OFFICE      OF   BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY


                             Local Developing Business (LDB) Certification Checklist

                   (Please Attach Checklist To Application With The Appropriate Boxes Marked.)


            Complete: Information for Determining Local Developing Business Eligibility (LDB Application)

            Complete: Business Establishment and Expertise

                  Submit copies of Articles of Incorporation.

                  Submit copies of resumes of all owners.

                  Submit copies of by-laws.

                   Submit copies of stock certificates.

            Complete: Gross Revenue Documentation

                  Submit copies of previous three years’ financial statements for the business.

                  Submit copies of the previous three years’ tax returns for the business.

            Complete: Net Worth Documentation

                  Submit copy of personal financial statement.



               Please mail all forms to: The Office of Business Opportunity
                                          Orange County Public School
                                          6501 Magic Way, Bldg. 100B
                                          Orlando, FL 32809
                                          (407) 317-3739 Phone
                                          (407) 317-3784 Fax




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                   ORANGE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
                                        OFFICE     OF   BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
                                                MWBE/LDB SUBCONTRACTOR
                                                        Tier Participation

OCPS has established annual participation levels for the procurement of goods and non-professional services with
Minority-Owned & Women-Owned Business Enterprises (MWBEs) and Local Developing Businesses (LDBs). For the
purpose of calculating the MWBE and LDB participation percentages, only those dollars awarded to certified MWBE and
LDB vendors will be utilized. Monies contracted or subcontracted to MWBE and LDB vendors are included in the
calculation. As a result, respondents are asked to include certified MWBE and/or LDB subcontractor participation
information below. If proposer has questions regarding a vendor’s certification, he/she may contact the OCPS Office of
Business Opportunity (407) 317-3739.

Please complete the information below showing respondent’s commitment to subcontract at least twelve percent (12%) of
its business related to this solicitation to one or more MWBE/LDB respondents.

1. MWBE Subcontractor Name:

    Please indicate MWBE Subcontractor(s)' certifying agency

    Describe in detail what portion of the contract the MWBE subcontractor will be performing:

    What dollar amount of this contract will be assigned to this MWBE subcontractor? $

    What percentage of the total price quoted is the amount to be subcontracted.

2. MWBE Subcontractor Name:

    Please indicate MWBE Subcontractor(s)' certifying agency

    Describe in detail what portion of the contract the MWBE subcontractor will be performing:


    What dollar amount of this contract will be assigned to this MWBE subcontractor: $

    What percentage of the total price quoted is the amount to be subcontracted.

1. LDB Subcontractor Name:

    Describe in detail what portion of the contract the LDB subcontractor will be performing:


    What dollar amount of this contract will be assigned to this LDB subcontractor: $

    What percentage of the total price quoted is the amount to be subcontracted.

2. LDB Subcontractor Name:

    Describe in detail what portion of the contract the LDB subcontractor will be performing:


What dollar amount of this contract will be assigned to this LDB subcontractor: $

What percentage of the total price quoted is the amount to be subcontracted.

If respondent has more than two MWBE or LDB vendors, the respondent should include information for additional MWBE
and/or LDB vendors on an additional sheet of paper. Respondent agrees to supply subcontractor payment information to
Orange County Public Schools. The due date and report format will be established upon award of the contract.


 Authorized Signature                                             Company Name


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                                           MWBE PARTICIPATION GUIDELINES

The Respondent understands that the School District is committed to an increase in the number of qualified minorities
and women who wish to provide supplies, equipment, or services to the district, and that the School District has
established as goals for that participation twelve percent (12%) of the total cost of the purchasing contracts to be
provided by minorities.
Accordingly, the Respondent hereby certifies that he/she will use his/her best efforts to achieve the Board’s goals in the
administration of this contract unless waived as provided herein.
Minority/Women Business Participation may be provided through any combination of the following elements:
1. Business with minority ownership: The amount of participation for this element shall be the relative portion of the
total amount of the order in proportion to the percentage of minority ownership of the company. Where the company has
more than fifty-one percent (51%) minority ownership and is considered a minority owned business, the total amount of
the order shall be used as the amount of participation.
2. Sale of material obtained from minority/women distributors or manufacturers: The amount of participation for this
element shall be the relative portion of the total amount of the order in proportion to the percentage of the value for that
amount of materials, which is obtained from minority/women distributors or manufacturers.
DEFINITIONS - When used herein, the following terms will apply:
a. “School Board” means the School Board of Orange County, Florida.
b. “Minority Individual” means a person who is a citizen of the United States and who is Black, Hispanic, American
   Indian or Asian.
c. “Minority Business Enterprise” means (1) (a) an unincorporated business respondent not less than 51 percent of the
   ownership of which is vested in one or more minority individuals or (b) an incorporated business respondent not less
   than 51 percent of whose issued and outstanding shares are owned by one or more minority individuals, and (2)
   whose respondent business affairs are controlled and operated on day-to-day basis by one or more minority
   individuals.
d. “MBE” means a Minority Business Enterprise.
e. “Women Business Enterprise” means (1) (a) an unincorporated business respondent not less than 51 percent of the
   ownership of which is vested in one or more female individuals or (b) an incorporated business respondent not less
   than 51 percent of whose issued and outstanding shares are owned by one or more female individuals, and (2)
   whose respondent business affairs are controlled and operated on day-to-day basis by one or more female
   individuals.
f. “WBE” means a Women Business Enterprise.

CERTIFICATE OF MINORITY/WOMEN PARTICIPATION
Responsibility for determining minority business participation by supplier shall be in the Contract Compliance Office of
the School District in submitting a proposal to provide supplies, equipment or services to the School District. The
Respondent must include with the proposal the CERTIFICATE OF MINORITY/WOMEN PARTICIPATION from the certifying
agency. After a proposal has been opened and the appropriate staff of the School District has completed all procedures
relating to the recording of said proposal, the Compliance Officers in the Office of Contract Compliance for the School
District shall examine the same to determine whether the proposed contractor has complied with the minority/women
participation goals contemplated herein.
The Respondent/supplier must demonstrate to the satisfaction of the Contract Compliance Officer for the School District
prior to the award of the contract, and periodically thereafter throughout the term of the contract, that the
Respondent/supplier with the goals for minority/women participation.
If at any time, either before or after the award of contract, the supplier determines that he/she will be unable to comply,
the supplier may apply to the Compliance Officer of the School District for a waiver. The Compliance Officer may grant a
waiver when the supplier demonstrated that the supplier has made diligent, good faith efforts to meet the goals for
minority/women participation, but due to circumstances beyond its control, it is impossible for the supplier to comply.
Notwithstanding, any of the forgoing requirements relating to the Minority/Women Business Participation Guidelines
contained herein, the School District reserves the right to waive any technical requirements relating to the submission of
the CERTIFICATE OF MINORITY/WOMEN PARTICIPATION if to do so would rebound to the benefit of the District in the increase
of minority/women participation in contracts originating in the Procurement Services Department.




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                      ORANGE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
                      445 W. Amelia Street, Orlando, Florida 32801    Telephone 407.317.3219       Fax 407.317.3414




                                                 CONTRACT AGREEMENT
                                                         FOR
                                    GENERATOR INSPECTIONS, MAINTENANCE AND REPAIRS

THIS AGREEMENT, made this         th day of        , 2011, by and between the Orange County Public Schools, a Charter
School District, existing under the laws of the State of Florida, hereinafter referred to as OCPS and
hereinafter referred to as the “CONTRACTOR", for the mutual consideration of the covenants herein contained agree as
follows:

WITNESSETH:

TERMS AND CONDITIONS

I.    Term: The period of this Agreement shall be for three years, beginning on               , 2011 and ending on   , 2012
      This Agreement by mutual assent of the parties may be extended for two additional one (1) year periods or any
      portion thereof, up to a cumulative total of five years.
II.   This Agreement is for a supplier.
III.  The unit prices and percentage discounts specified herein (Exhibit A, Bid No. 1101004ITB ) will remain firm for the
      period of this Agreement. All terms and conditions, addenda, correspondence and specifications of subject bid shall
      be incorporated and become an integral part of this Agreement.
IV. The CONTRACTOR shall maintain adequate stock and have sufficient quantities of supplies/equipment to meet the
      estimated requirements of Orange County Public Schools on an “as needed” basis.
V.    Favored Nation Clause: Based on similar size and quantity, it is understood that the supplier is providing OCPS
      the same or better pricing of other Districts and governmental agencies. If during the term of this Contract, OCPS
      locates better pricing for the same item, supplier agrees to offer the District the reduced price.
VI. This Agreement may be cancelled by OCPS with 30 days written notice to the CONTRACTOR.
VII. Jessica Lunsford Act: CONTRACTOR and any of his employees performing services hereunder shall comply with
      the Jessica Lunsford Act screening requirements effective September 1, 2005. “Non-instructional school district
      employees or contractual personnel who are permitted access on school grounds when students are present, who
      have direct contact with students or who have access to or control of school funds must meet level 2 screening
      requirements as described in s.1012.32. Contractual personnel shall include any vendor, individual or entity under
      contract with the school board.”
VIII. Indemnification: The CONTRACTOR shall indemnify and hold harmless OCPS, its officers, agents, and employees
      harmless from and against all claims, suits, actions, damages and/or cause of action which may arise from any
      negligent act or omission of the CONTRACTOR, its agents, servants, or employees as a result of the performance of
      services under this Contract, and from and against all costs, attorney's fees, expenses and liabilities incurred in or
      by reason of the defense of any such claim, suit or action, and the investigation thereof. Nothing in the Contract
      shall be deemed to affect the rights, privileges and immunities of OCPS as set forth in Florida Statutes 768.28.
IX. Insurance and Licenses: The CONTRACTOR shall provide and maintain at all times during the term of this
      agreement and any renewals, without cost to the School Board, policies of insurance insuring the CONTRACTOR
      against any and all claims, demands or causes of action whatsoever, for injuries received or damage to property
      relating to the performance of duties, services, and/or obligations of the bidder under the terms and provisions of
      this agreement. Changes to the limits, type and amount of insurance shall be approved by Orange County Public
      Schools.
      a. General Liability Insurance in amounts of not less than One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) for injury to any one
           person and Two Million Dollars ($2,000,000) aggregate to personal injury
      b. Public Liability Insurance - Not less than one million dollars ($1,000,000.00) for bodily injuries, including
           wrongful death to any one person, and subject to the same limit for each person, in an amount not less than
           one million dollars ($1,000,000.00) on account of all accidents.
      c. Property Damage Insurance - Not less than one million dollars ($1,000,000) for damages on account of any one
           accident and in an amount not less than two million dollars ($2,000,000.00) for damages on account of all
           accidents. Automobile property damage shall be not less than one million dollars ($1,000,000).
      d. Automobile Liability - Automobile Liability Insurance shall be maintained during the life of this Contract, by
           Vendor as to ownership, maintenance, and use, including loading and unloading, of all owned, non-owned,
           leased or hired vehicles with limits of not less than one million dollars ($1,000,000.00) combined single limit
           each accident for bodily injury & property damage liability.


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      e. Worker's Compensation Insurance: The CONTRACTOR shall maintain during the life of this Contract, Worker's
         Compensation Insurance in accordance with Florida Statute 440. CONTRACTOR(S) shall require all
         subcontractors to maintain such insurance during the life of this Contract.
      f. The CONTRACTOR shall provide the Procurement Services Department upon request a copy of all applicable
         current business licenses and permits.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have made and executed this Agreement on the respective dates under each
signature, Orange County Public Schools and CONTRACTOR, duly authorized to execute same.

CONTRACTOR

WITNESS (Contractor):                                  For Contractor:


Signature                                              Firm Name


Name (Type or Print)                                   Name (Type or Print)


                                                       Title
          CORPORATE SEAL

                                                       Signature                                           Date

NOTARY PUBLIC

STATE OF:                                 COUNTY OF:

The foregoing instrument was acknowledged before me this           day of                 20     by

                                                            who is personally known to me or who has produced

                                                            as identification and who did (did not) take an oath.

Notary Public Signature:

Notary Name, Printed, Typed Or Stamped:

Commission Number:                                  My Commission Expires:


ORANGE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS

ATTEST:                                                For Orange County Public Schools:

By                                                     By
                                                                 Michael A. Eugene, Chief Operations Officer

                                                       Date

                                                       Reviewed by
                                                                            James Surguine, Director




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