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					Kabul City Initiative Program – 22 Districts of Kabul province – Afghanistan

 Contract No. EPP-I-00-04-00035-00                                             Task Order: EPP-I-05-04-00035-00

                      Tetra Tech ARD/KCI Request for Proposal No - 001-153
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Date of Issuance:                          Oct 16, 2012

Closing Date for Questions:                Oct 22, 2012 at 11:00 AM kciquestions@kci-tetratech-
                                           ard.com

Closing Date for
Submission of Proposals:                   Nov 05, 2012 at 12:00 PM (Mid night) RFP@kci-tetratech-
                                           ard.com


SUBJECT: Tetra Tech ARD/KCI Request for Proposal No - 001- 153 entitled: Future
Leaders Program Phase III.

Dear Sir or Madam,

You are hereby invited to submit a technical and financial proposal in support of Tetra Tech
ARD/KCI’s subject Request for Proposal No. 001- 153: Future Leaders Program Phase III.

1.    Statement of Work:

A description of the technical requirements for this Project is presented in the attached Statement of
Work. (Appendix A)

2.     Please note that:
      Costs of preparing the proposal and of negotiating a contract are not reimbursable.
      Your proposal must be valid for 60 days from the date of its submission.
      Tetra Tech ARD/KCI is not bound to accept any of the proposals submitted.

3.     Questions
All questions must be submitted prior to the Closing Date for questions stated on the RFP Cover
Page. All Offerors must submit their questions to KCI via e-mail address: KCIQuestions@kci-
tetratech-ard.com , and the subject line of the email must contain the RFP No. 001- 153 entitled:
Future Leaders Program Phase III.. All questions and subsequent replies will be distributed to all
Offerors. In submitting questions each Offeror shall include his/her full name, the name of the
Offerors Company, and contact details. Any questions received, along with Tetra Tech ARD/KCI
responses will be made available to all Offerors electronically. However, questions received after
the date and time specified may not be answered.




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4.       Proposal Compliance and Responsiveness Determination:

This will be the initial review of your proposals following bid opening to ensure that all forms and
certifications are complete, that all elements of the RFP have been addressed, and both the technical
and financial proposal are received.

It should also be noted that if you fail to submit your proposal in both Dari and English your
proposal will be rejected.

5. Submittal Requirements:

Electronic Submission ONLY

Follow the followings while submitting the proposals by email:

         The ARD/KCI email gateway accepts messages whose total size with attachments is 8MB
          (no zipped or compressed files) and consist of two physically separate parts (Part A –
          Technical and Part B Financial);
         An email proposal must be submitted to RFP@kci-tetratech-ard.com the subject line of
          the email must contain the Request for Proposal No - 001-153 – “Future Leaders
          Program Phase III.”
         Acceptable native file formats are Microsoft Office Suite applications (.DOC, .XLS,
          .MDB) or Adobe Acrobat (.PDF);
         Time of receipt of the email is the ARD/KCI email gateway time-stamp of the message
          header;
         It is the sole responsibility of the Offeror to ensure that the electronic media submitted is
          virus free and can be opened and read by TT ARD/KCI. If we are unable to open and read
          the offer you will be notified and shall have 24 hours to correct the deficiencies. After that
          time if the media cannot be opened or read by TT ARD/KCI staff the offer will be
          considered “Non Responsive” and rendered ineligible for award; and
         Late submissions – Any proposal received by TT ARD/KCI after the exact time specified
          for receipt of offers is “late” and will not be considered.

6. Technical and Financial Proposal Requirements:

Tetra Tech ARD has invited Technical and Financial proposals from firms who have expressed an
interest in performing work under this project. It is requested that Offerors organize their
Technical and Financial. Proposals as noted below. This request is made to facilitate Tetra Tech
ARD/KCI’s review of the submitted material thus enabling a rapid decision and contracting
process.

7. Technical Proposal Requirements:

The technical proposal must be written in English and Dari excluding appendixes/supporting
documents. A maximum of 10 type-written pages (Type: Times New Roman, Font Size 11, Margins:
1” all around) will be allowed with no more than 3 pages covering Company Information and
Relevant Past Performance. The technical proposal shall be submitted in the format set forth below,
responding to points A through D as follows:


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A. Firm Information

          Provide the name, address and license of your firm.
          Provide the contact information for your primary contact for this project.
          If you are partnering with other firms or institutions, provide this information for
           each partner and the percentage of the work that they will be performing

Please describe your firm’s management structure, list all owners and identify the Key
Personnel that would be working on this project assuming an award. Please include a brief
statement about the capabilities and experience. CVs should be used. Please also comment
on each team member’s English and Afghan language capabilities.

B. Past Performance

Please outline the experience your firm has had in performing work similar to that described
in Appendix A. For each project, please include the name of the client and his or her
contact information (current and most recent information required, within the last
year). It is Tetra Tech ARD/KCI’s intention to contact some of these clients for testimonials
regarding your firm’s performance in these areas:

           The quality of the work performed by the Offeror,
           The timeliness of the effort performed by the Offeror, and
           Whether the Client would use Offeror’s services should they have similar needs in
            the future?

C. Technical Approach
Please submit a detailed technical write-up (project implementation strategy and
management) for this specific project. Offerors must include a Gantt Chart Schedule.

D. Financial Proposal Requirements

The offeror’s proposal is presumed to represent its best effort in response to the solicitation.
Any inconsistency, whether real or apparent between promised performance and cost or
price shall be explained in your proposal. Any significant inconsistency, if unexplained,
would raise a fundamental issue of the offeror’s understanding of the nature and scope of
work required and its fundamental ability to perform the contract, and may be grounds for
rejection of the proposal. The burden of proof as to cost credibility rests with the offeror.

It should be noted that a narrative describing the basis on which the costs were derived as
well as an explanation for whom, why, where, when, etc. and supporting information must
be provided in sufficient detail to allow a complete analysis of each CLIN or sub-CLIN
cost/price.

The Offeror may submit their cost proposal in their own format as long as it is organized to
allow Tetra Tech ARD to determine the following cost elements at a minimum.




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     Breakdowns of Level of Effort cost by person-day or man-month.
     Direct Material Costs by item:
     Travel-related costs being proposed.
     Other direct costs being proposed.
     Proposed Profit.
     As example of the desired content of proposals is as follows:

EXAMPLE OF COST PROPOSAL

      Detailed Budget Breakdown

                                                                                    No. of    TOTAL
                       Activity Description                Days        Daily Rate
                                                                                    units      (USD)
 Direct Project Personnel:
 Project Manager                                           40             $00.00      1         $00.00
 Database Developer                                        95             $00.00      1         $00.00
 GIS Specialist                                            76             $00.00      1         $00.00
 Subtotal Project Direct labor                             432           $$00.00               $$00.00
 Indirect Project Personnel:
 Project Director                                          21             $00.00      1         $00.00
 Finance Director                                          36             $00.00      1         $00.00
 Clerical Support                                         108             $00.00      1         $00.00
 Project Support labor                                    165            $$00.00               $$00.00
                                                         Period
                                                         (days,         Rate per    No. of
                       Activity Description                                                  Total (USD)
                                                        months, or       Month      Units
                                                          lot)
 Other Direct Costs:
 GIS Training - Days                                        10           $00.00       2         $00.00
 System Hosting (Rackspace) - Months                        15           $00.00      15         $00.00
 Stationary & Supplies - Lot (3 Mo @ $00 plus $00)          lot            lot       lot        $00.00
 Telephone & Postage - Lot (3 Mo @ $00 plus $00)            lot            lot       lot        $00.00
 Security - Lot (3 mo @ $00, plus $00)                      lot            lot       lot        $00.00
 Total Other Direct Costs                                                                      $$00.00
                             Total Price                                                       $$00.00



8. Proposal Evaluation Criteria:

It is intended that any award resulting from this RFP will be made to the Company whose proposal
represents the best overall value to KCI based on the Evaluation Criteria outlined.

Technical evaluation                                                 Scores
Proposed methodology and approach                                    25 points
Strength of CVs of proposed trainers/ instructors and curriculum     20 points
specialists
Relevant experience and past performance/references from             15 points
similar projects
Proposed timeline for completing activities                          5 points
Total Technical Score                                                65 points
Cost Evaluation
Realistic level of effort to realize the SOW                         10 points



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Lowest cost                                                       25 points
Total Cost Evaluation                                             35 points

9.     Negotiations:

Prior to the expiration of proposal validity, the Tetra Tech ARD/KCI shall notify the successful
Offeror and shall invite them to negotiate the Contract. The objective is to ensure that both parties
have a mutual understanding of project requirements and the Offeror’s plan to accomplish those
requirements. If a contract cannot be negotiated with the selected Offeror, Tetra Tech ARD/KCI
reserves the right to commence negotiations with other qualified Offerors. A sample contract for this
project is included as Appendix (C).

10.    Start of Work:

The selected subcontractor is expected to commence work on the project immediately after contract
execution and meet with representatives of Tetra Tech ARD/KCI to present their detailed work plans
within three days after contract award.

11.    Payment Schedule:

A Proposed Payment Schedule for the subcontract is included in the Appendix C, draft contract.
Offerors may propose alternate payment schedules for discussion. A Firm Fixed Price contract is
envisioned with payments corresponding to contract deliverables.

12.    Unsuccessful Offerors:

Tetra Tech ARD/KCI will notify all Offerors once a subcontract has been awarded and advise them
of the areas of their proposal contributed to their not being successful.



13.    Offeror’s Letter and Check List

All Offerors are required to submit their proposal using the Offeror’s Letter (Appendix D) and Check
List included herewith as Appendix (E). The purpose of this document is to help Offerors ensure that
their proposal is complete.

14. Award

TT ARD/KCI intends to award one subcontract resulting from this competition to a responsible
Offeror whose proposal represents the best overall value after the proposal evaluation in accordance
with the factors set forth in the RFP.

15. National Security Screening Process:

Please note in an effort to protect National Security Interests and because TT ARD/KCI is the
steward of USAID/US Government funding we are required by USAID/Afghanistan to take



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appropriate steps to ensure that neither USAID funds nor USAID funded activities inadvertently or
otherwise provide support to terrorist or criminal groups. In an effort to cooperate fully with USAID
requirements you may be asked to complete a USAID Form 500-13(08/2008) and provide a copy of
your valid AISA licenses, and for the individual identified on that licenses a copy of his/her tazkira
and/or passport. Please be advised that you are not required to submit this information with your
proposal, but you may be asked to provide it in the future.

16. Appendixes:

Appendix A - Statement of Work
Appendix B – Draft Contract
Appendix C - Offeror’s Letter
Appendix D - Checklist for RFP
Appendix E – Conflict of Interest




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                                           Appendix (A)

                              Kabul City Initiative (KCI)
 USAID Contract # EPP-I-00-04-00035-00 under the Sustainable Urban Management Indefinite
                 Quantity Contract II (SUM II IQC) RFTOP: 306-10-0029

  Statement of Work for Subcontractor to Implement the Kabul Future Leaders Program
                                       Phase III

       1. Background
Tetra Tech ARD, a US-based international development firm is implementing a USAID funded
project: the Kabul City Initiative (KCI) in Kabul, Afghanistan. The objectives of this project are to
create effective, responsive, transparent, and accountable municipal governance in the Kabul
Municipality (KM) which consists of a central administration and 22 administrative districts. The
goal of the KCI is to provide technical assistance to the KM to 1) increase the capacity of GIRoA
officials in the Kabul Municipality; 2) markedly improve the delivery of municipal services and
infrastructure development; and, 3) increase municipal capacity to generate revenue and to
account for revenue and expenditures. It is anticipated that as a result of KCI, Kabul residents will
receive improved services, understand the responsibilities of municipal leaders, play an active role
in the municipal decision-making process, and see local governance structures as legitimate.
KCI and the KM intend to implement the third phase of the Kabul Future Leaders Program, which
is intended to train recent college graduates in the skills necessary to manage the KM in the future.
One-hundred future leaders will join the government taskeil as KM employees and participate in
the training program for one five month period. This training program will be delivered twice,
once in the Fall 2012 for 50 Future Leaders and the other in the Spring 2013 for an additional 50
Kabul Future Leaders. The training participants will be placed in municipal departments at the
district level and at the central municipality in Kabul to gain experience in specific aspects of
municipal governance. The Kabul Future Leaders will have backgrounds in engineering,
economics, public administration, business, marketing, finance, horticulture, and other subjects.
The Future Leaders will be employed by the municipality on the taskeil for a five day workweek
and will receive two hours of training under this program five days per week. The program will
include introductory training on specific aspects of municipal operations in a number of subjects,
and advanced work related training as detailed below. The training should expose participants to
current Afghan practice and to best practices from around the world concerning the operations of a
growing and diverse municipal government.

       2. Objective
The objective of the Kabul Future Leaders Program is to train newly employed and recent college
graduates in the fundamentals of municipal management, best practices, and advanced work
related skills. It is the expectation of the Kabul Municipality and KCI that these one-hundred
Future Leaders, after completion of the program will have the experience and skills to provide
leadership in reforming the operations of the KM and will:

      Understand and be able to apply the fundamental principles of municipal management;
      Function at an advanced level in their work related field;



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           Converse in and read basic English; and,
           Demonstrate proficiency in basic computer skills.
  Future Leaders will be hired at the Municipality into the following positions:

                                                                 Advanced Training         # of
        Department                  Responsibilities
                                                                                         Interns
22 District Offices           Overall management of city        Advanced contract       44
                              services, revenue                 management, advanced
                              collection, property              procurement, advanced
                              management, service               project management,
                              delivery, public                  environmental
                              participation and citizen         management,
                              outreach                          practicum in public
                                                                participation and
                                                                community outreach.
Human Resource                HR activities such as                                     4
Department                    recruitment, training and
                              personnel relations
Finance and                   Daily financial and               Advanced accounting     4
Administration                administrative activities,
Department                    financial reporting
Revenue Department            Daily revenue collection          Advanced accounting     4
                              activities
Audit                         Routine internal audit and        Advanced contract       2
                              control activities                management, advanced
                                                                accounting
Budget                        Routine annual budgeting          Advanced accounting,    4
                              activities                        practicum in public
                                                                participation and
                                                                community outreach.
Procurement                   Daily procurement and             Advanced contract       2
                              purchasing activities             management advanced
                                                                procurement, advanced
                                                                accounting
Policy and Coordination       Policy development,               Advanced project        4
Department                    coordination and liaison          management,
                              activities with internal and      practicum in public
                              external departments and          participation and
                              entities                          community outreach.
Cultural/Communication        Public and community              Advanced project        2
                              outreach activities               management,
                                                                environmental
                                                                management,
                                                                practicum in public
                                                                participation and
                                                                community outreach.



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Sanitation               Various city sanitation        Advanced contract          4
                         activities                     management, advanced
                                                        project management,
                                                        environmental
                                                        management,
                                                        GIS and mapping,
                                                        sanitation management
                                                        and maintenance
                                                        practicum in public
                                                        participation and
                                                        community outreach.
Greenery                 Park design and                Advanced contract          4
                         maintenance, landscaping       management, advanced
                         and maintenance                project management,
                                                        environmental
                                                        management,
                                                        practicum in public
                                                        participation and
                                                        community outreach.
Urban Planning           Various urban expansion        Advanced project           2
                         activities                     management,
                                                        environmental
                                                        management, GIS and
                                                        mapping, practicum in
                                                        public participation and
                                                        community outreach.
Land registration        Land registration activities   GIS and mapping,           2
                                                        practicum in public
                                                        participation and
                                                        community outreach.
Geographic Information   Development and                GIS and mapping            2
System                   implementation of GIS
                         system
Land acquisition         Land acquisition activities    GIS and mapping,           4
                                                        practicum in public
                                                        participation and
                                                        community outreach.
Mapping                  Cadastre and mapping           GIS and mapping            4
                         activities
Road construction        Road construction planning,    Advanced contract          4
                         design, contract               management, advanced
                         management and                 project management,
                         implementation                 environmental
                                                        management,
                                                        GIS and mapping, road
                                                        engineering and
                                                        maintenance practicum



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                                                            in public participation
                                                            and community
                                                            outreach.
Waste Water-Sanitation      Drainage                        Advanced contract         4
                                                            management, advanced
                                                            project management,
                                                            environmental
                                                            management, GIS and
                                                            mapping, drainage
                                                            management and
                                                            maintenance practicum
                                                            in public participation
                                                            and community
                                                            outreach.
Total Future Leaders                                        100

         3. Subcontractor Requirements
  Subcontractor is encouraged to collaborate to ensure complete and quality training in all subjects.
  The subcontractor’s proposal shall include its plan for meeting the requirements listed below.
  3.1    Develop the course schedule and curriculum for each course tailored to the needs of the
         participants; submit and coordinate course contents with KCI;
         Deliver two hours of training per day after work (from 4:30 to 6:30 pm),five days/per week
         (Sunday through Wednesday) over the course five months per training session on the
         introductory and advanced topics listed below;
         Produce curriculum materials in Dari;
         Conduct a pre-test and post-test for all participants on each subject;
         Prepare a daily attendance sheet for submission with daily report to KCI;
         Setup the training venue at the KM or another predetermined site;
         Conduct a participant evaluation of each course following completion; and,

         Prepare a final report.
  3.2    Topics for training sessions will include:
             1.   Public Administration
             2.   Municipal Management
             3.   Management
             4.   Gender Integration
             5.   Structure of Afghan Government
             6.   Comparative Government
             7.   Leadership
             8.   Time Management



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         9. Communications
         10. Public Speaking
         11. Media Relations
         12. Human Resources
         13. Personnel Management
         14. Municipal Finance and Budget, Revenue Collection, Audit
         15. Operations and Maintenance of Parks, Streets and Sanitation
         16. Procurement
         17. Accounting
         18. Urban Planning
         19. Property and Facilities Management
         20. Contract Management
         21. Project Management
         22. Public Participation and Outreach
         23. English (as determined by pre testing)
         24. Computer (as determined by pre testing)

      Each Future Leader will receive introductory training in these topics. Advanced topics
      include: advanced contract management, advanced accounting, advanced procurement,
      advanced project management, environmental management, GIS and mapping, road
      engineering and maintenance, sanitation management and maintenance, drainage
      management and maintenance, practicum in public participation and community outreach.
      These topics will be presented to the Future Leaders as determined by their job related
      requirements. See numbers of participants for each topic in the table above.
3.3   The subcontractor should plan for 25 students per class for each of the 24 introductory
      sessions. Courses for the introductory sessions will range from two to ten hour modules.
      The subcontractor will hold two training sessions for 25 students for the two rounds of
      future leaders.

                  Option #1       Fall 2012       Session #1-25 Students
                                                  Session #2-25 Students

                  Option #2       Spring 2013     Session #1-25 Students
                                                  Session #2-25 Students



3.4   Classroom activities should be interactive in nature and be moderated to assist participants
      with the development of skills. Guest lectures are encouraged. Suggestions are requested
      on the inclusion of case studies, group work assignments, or other tools to encourage
      participation and enhance comprehension of the material.
3.5   The subcontractor will be provided with participant names and contact information in
      advance of each class to conduct a brief assessment survey of the participants to establish
      the level of skill of the individuals being trained, and the subcontractor will then be
      expected to adjust the class curriculum accordingly.



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3.6    At the completion of each class the subcontractor will be expected to evaluate the
       comprehension of materials covered in the workshop and the overall satisfaction of the
       participants with the training.
3.7    Prior to the start of classes the Subcontractor shall provide Tetra Tech ARD/KCI with a
       copy of the curriculum and training materials in English, for review and approval. All
       materials developed for the purpose of these trainings will be the property of Tetra Tech
       ARD/KCI and USAID who shall have the right to use these materials after completion of
       this contract. The subcontractor must have the legal right to use copyrighted materials if
       used during the class.

           4. Project Deliverables
Documentation and Reports to be delivered during the course of this project are specified in the
table below.

 Item                               Description                                        Due Date
   1  Final training curriculum and training materials for the first two weeks        5 days after
      of training                                                                       contract
                                                                                         award
   2    Training materials for the second two weeks of training                      15 days after
                                                                                        contract
                                                                                         award
   3    Training materials for subsequent weeks will be submitted for approval        2 weeks in
        two weeks in advance of the start of the training.                            advance of
                                                                                      the start of
                                                                                     each training
   4    Weekly reports via email to include a signed attendance sheet; receipts      By 6 pm each
        for all expenses paid to interns that week; and a report of any obstacles      Thursday
        that are impeding the progress of the Program.
   5    Final Reports for each class conducted. Each final report shall include at    5 days after
        a minimum the following details:                                                   the
            Attendance and details of participants (contact, gender, age),           completion
               signed by two trainers                                                   of each
            Pre-training and post-session evaluation forms completed by                training
               each student, indicating students’ training needs before the             course.
               training and perception/satisfaction with the training conducted.
            Copies of all materials used in the class to be provided to Tetra
               Tech ARD/KCI at the conclusion of the class.
            All documentation shall be prepared in English with the
               exception of training materials.

       5. Location and Facilities

The classes shall be held at the Kabul Municipality or Subcontractor’s training facility.

       6. Period of Performance



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The duration of introductory training for each individual group of 25 people will be five months,
with two hours of training per day. The subcontractor shall undertake and complete the training
objectives for the introductory courses within five months, working five days per week from
Sunday through Thursday.

                   Option #1       Fall 2012       Session #1-25 Students
                                                   Session #2-25 Students

                   Option #2       Spring 2013     Session #1-25 Students
                                                   Session #2-25 Students


       7. Monitoring and Evaluation

KCI’s Monitoring and Evaluation team will review the curriculum, materials, pretest forms, post –
test forms and daily schedule from vendor prior to the commencement of training. The team will
also conduct periodic quality checks during the training.

       8. Subcontractor key personal, staffing and management

          It is envisioned that staff assigned to this project will consist primarily of Afghan
           nationals who will coordinate and supervise implementation of activities under this
           project.
          Subcontractor’s staff shall have a graduate or post graduate degree, have trainers with
           previous training experience and advanced teaching techniques.
          Staff must also have a University degree and CVs are required for all proposed staff.




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                                    Appendix (B)
                                  Draft Contract
                                         For
                       Future Leaders Program Phase III

               Issued under Contract No: EPP-I-00-04-00035-00
                     Task Order No: EPP-I-05-04-00035-00
               U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID)


                  SUBCONTRACT No: Tetra Tech ARD-KCI


                                     Between

                             Tetra Tech ARD-KCI
                     Green Village, Off Jalalabad Road, PD# 6
                              Kabul, Afghanistan

                                         and

                                  Xxxx Company




ATTACHMENTS:


Attachment A   Contractors Certificate
Attachment B   Subcontract SOW
Attachment C   General Terms & Conditions
Attachment D   Subcontract Budget
Attachment E   Subcontractor’s Final Release Certificate and Indemnity




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CONTRACT DATE:

In consideration of the services to be performed by:

Subcontractor:

Point of Contact:

(Hereinafter referred to as Subcontractor or (    )

And

Contractor:                  TETRA TECH ARD/KCI
                             Green Village, Off Jalalabad Road, PD#6
                             Kabul – Afghanistan


(Hereinafter referred to as Tetra Tech ARD-KCI) shall pay the total fixed amount of US$ (
xxxxxxx )according to the terms and conditions set forth below:

PART 1              STATEMENT OF WORK
PART 2              INSPECTIONS AND ACCEPTANCE OF WORK
PART 3              PAYMENT SCHEDULE
PART 4              EXCUSABLE DELAYS/FORCE MAJEURE
PART 5              DBA INSURANCE
PART 6              CHANGES
PART 7              LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
PART 8              EXCLUSION OF WORK RELATIONSHIP
PART 9              SUPERVISION
PART 10             LEGAL REQUIREMENTS
PART 11             RESTRICTIONS ON CERTAIN FOREIGN PURCHASES AND
                    PROHIBITION ON DRUG TRAFFICKERS
PART 12             TERMINATIONS
PART 13             DISPUTES
PART 14             TERMS AND CONDITIONS
PART 15             INCONSISTENCIES BETWEEN ENGLISH VERSION AND TRANSLATION
PART 16             INDEMNIFICATIONS
PART 17             PRIVITY OF CONTRACT
PART 18             REQUIRED CERTIFICATIONS
PART 19             WARRANTY
PART 20             GENERAL MATTERS




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    PART 1             STATEMENT OF WORK:

    The Period of Performance for this contract shall be ______ days from the effective date of
    the contract.

    PART 2             INSPECTIONS AND ACCEPTANCE OF WORK:

    The Subcontractor shall tender for acceptance only those items and services that conform to the
    requirements of this subcontract. Tech ARD reserves the right to inspect or test any supplies or
    services that have been tendered for acceptance. Tetra Tech ARD/KCI may require repair or
    replacement of nonconforming supplies or re-performance of nonconforming services at no
    increase in subcontract price. Tetra Tech ARD/KCI must exercise its acceptance rights in writing:

    (1)       Within a reasonable period of time after the defect was discovered or should have been
              discovered; and
    (2)       Before any substantial change occurs in the condition of the item, unless the change is due
              to the defect in the item.

    If, within three days of receipt of such notice, the Subcontractor does not improve performance as
    determined by Tetra Tech ARD/KCI’s authorized representative, Tetra Tech ARD/KCI reserves
    the right to terminate this subcontract.

    It is understood that the only deliverables under this subcontract are Reports and Technical Data in
    accordance with Attachment A. These reports will be inspected and approved by the Tetra Tech
    ARD/KCI Project Manager or his/her designated person based upon the requirements of the
    Statement of Work, Timeliness, and quality with respect to generally acceptable, professional
    standards.

    PART 3             PAYMENT SCHEDULE:

    Option 1:

 line
                            Description                  Qty          Unit Price             Total Price
items
          Preparation and Delivery of Program Plan and
    1                                                      TBD   $                     $
          finalization of Class Schedule
          Weekly Reports - in accordance with SOW
    2     requirements - to be invoiced in Monthly         TBD   $                     $
          Increments
          Course Curriculum - in accordance with SOW
    3                                                      TBD   $                     $
          requirements
          Training Materials - in accordance with SOW
    4                                                      TBD   $                     $
          requirements
          Class Conduct - in accordance with SOW
    5                                                      TBD   $                     $
          requirements
           Class Reports - in accordance with SOW
    6                                                      TBD   $                     $
          requirements
                                             Total                                     $



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    Option 2:
 line
                          Description                  Qty           Unit Price             Total Price
items
        Preparation and Delivery of Program Plan and
    1                                                     TBD   $                     $
        finalization of Class Schedule
        Weekly Reports - in accordance with SOW
    2   requirements - to be invoiced in Monthly          TBD   $                     $
        Increments
        Course Curriculum - in accordance with SOW
    3                                                     TBD   $                     $
        requirements
        Training Materials - in accordance with SOW
    4                                                     TBD   $                     $
        requirements
        Class Conduct - in accordance with SOW
    5                                                     TBD   $                     $
        requirements
         Class Reports - in accordance with SOW
    6                                                     TBD   $                     $
        requirements
                                           Total                                      $


    The total amount of this subcontract shall be US $----TBD-------- Payments will be made as
    shown above based upon receipt of an invoice in the specified amounts.

    TETRA TECH ARD/KCI will pay the Vendor in accordance with the payment schedule stipulated
    above. TETRA TECH ARD/KCI reserves the right to withhold payment if the Vendor fails to
    meet its obligations, in part or in full, under this Subcontract; however TETRA TECH ARD/KCI
    recognizes that holding the invoice may result in a delay or stop work by the Vendor. TETRA
    TECH ARD/KCI will work with the Vendor to promptly resolve any issues that could cause a
    delay as both the Vendor and TETRA TECH ARD/KCI wish to deliver this project on time.

    All invoices shall be addressed to:

            Lina Khwaja
            Finance Manager
            Tetra Tech ARD/Kabul City Initiative Project (KCI)
            Green Village, Off Jalalabad Road, PD# 6
            Kabul, Afghanistan

    One copy of the invoice shall be submitted concurrently to the Sr. Subcontract Specialist at:

            Attn: Sima Taheri
            Tetra Tech ARD KCI/ Kabul City Initiative Project (KCI)
            Green Village, Off Jalalabad Road, PD#6
            Kabul – Afghanistan

    A proper invoice must clearly indicate the following information:




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   Contract # EPP-I-00-04-00035-00, Task Order No. 2, Kabul City Initiative
   Subcontract No:
   Project Name:
   Vendor Name and Remittance Address:
   Invoice Date and Number:
   Specific deliverable(s) completed:
   Period for which Costs Claimed:

The following information should be included with the invoice in order to expedite the wiring of
payment:

Account Name:
Account #:
Bank Name:
SWIFT#:
Correspondent US Bank:
Correspondent ABA #
Correspondent Account #

In addition, the following certification shall be included and signed by an authorized
representative of the Vendor: "The undersigned hereby certifies that the invoice and any
attachments have been prepared from the books and records of the Vendor in accordance with the
terms of this contract, and to the best of my knowledge and belief are correct."

Certification:

I hereby certify, to the best of my knowledge and belief, that

     (1)         This invoice and any attachments have been prepared from the books and records
                 of the Vendor in accordance with the terms of the Subcontract, and to the best of
                 my knowledge and belief, they are correct;
     (2)         The amounts requested are only for performance in accordance with the
                 specifications, terms, and conditions of the contract;
     (3)         The quantities and amounts involved are consistent with the requirements of the
                 Subcontract;
     (4)         If invoicing using hourly/daily rates, that the amount claimed is proper and due,
                 that all hourly/daily rates claimed are for actual hours/days (or fractions thereof)
                 which have been satisfactorily provided/performed;
     (5)         That other costs claimed are allowable and are actual direct costs incurred in
                 performance of the Subcontract, and have been paid by the Vendor;
     (6)         All payments due to Vendors and suppliers from previous payments received under
                 the contract have been made, and timely payments will be made from the proceeds
                 of the payment covered by this certification, in accordance with the requirements of
                 Chapter 39 of Title 31, United States Code;
     (7)         Appropriate refund shall be made to TETRA TECH ARD promptly upon request in
                 the event of disallowance of any costs by USAID resulted from any inconsistency
                 for services to be performed and/or goods to be supplied under the terms and



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              conditions of the Vendor; and
     (8)       This certification is not to be construed as final acceptance of the Vendor’s
              performance.

TETRA TECH ARD/KCI shall pay the Vendor within thirty (30) calendar days after receipt of a
proper invoice and acceptance of deliverables detailed in above.

TETRA TECH ARD/KCI reserves the right to withhold payment if the Vendor fails to meet its
obligations, in part or in full, under this Subcontract.

1     Final Invoice: Notwithstanding any other provision in this Subcontract to the contrary,
      Subcontractor is required to submit the final invoice, appropriately marked as such, under
      this Subcontract not later than ninety (90) calendar days after completion of the work, or
      any longer period as may be mutually agreed between the parties. All final invoices must
      be marked as such, and the following shall accompany the final invoice.

      -    A release certificate (Attachment D) signed by the Subcontractor discharging the
           Contractor and its Client of and from any liabilities, obligations, and claims arising
           out of or under the Subcontract.

2     Tax Withholding

      Pursuant to the revised provisions of the Government of Afghanistan Income Tax Law
      2010, Article 72, effective June 25, 2010, Tetra tech-ARD-KCI is required to withhold
      income tax at the prescribed rates at the time of making payment to the legal or natural
      person(s) providing supplies, materials, construction and services under varies contracts,
      including varies purchase order procurements whiten one fiscal year, for cumulative
      transactions of AFA 500,000 ($10,000.00) and above.

      Withholding Rate

      The prescribed rate of income tax withholding is 2% of the gross purchase amount for
      contractors/vendors who have a business license registered with the Afghanistan Investment
      Support Agency (AISA); 7% of the gross purchase amount for contractors/vendors not
      registered with AISA who are conducting business without a license or contrary to
      approved by-law.

      Remittance of Tax and Certificate of Withholding

      As the tax withholding entity, Tetra tech-ARD-KCI is required to remit the income tax
      amount withheld directly to the Ministry of Finance designated account by the 10th day of
      the month following the transaction.

      Tetra tech ARD-KCI will issue an income tax withholding certificate to the
      contractor/vendor listing the gross payment, the amount of income tax withheld and the net
      contract payment along with a copy of the payment form and deposit receipt for transfer
      made to the designated Ministry of Finance account.



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      More detailed information on Afghanistan contract tax withholdings can be obtained at the
      website of the Ministry of Finance Afghanistan, www.mof.gov.af/?p=Article%2072.

PART 4          EXCUSABLE DELAYS / FORCE MAJEURE:

Subcontractor shall be liable for default unless nonperformance is caused by an occurrence beyond
the reasonable control of the Subcontractor and without its fault or negligence, such as acts of God
or the public enemy, acts of the Government in its sovereign or contractual capacity, fires, floods,
epidemics, quarantine restrictions, strikes, unusually severe weather, and delays of common
carriers. Subcontractor shall notify ARD in writing as soon as it is reasonably possible after the
commencement of any excusable delay, setting forth the full particulars in connection therewith,
shall remedy such occurrence with all reasonable dispatch, and shall promptly give written notice
to the ARD of the cessation of such occurrence.


PART 5          DBA INSURANCE

Subcontractors are required to purchase DBA (Defense Based Act) insurance for all employees
working on the project.

PART 6          CHANGES:

A) Tetra Tech ARD/KCI may, at any time, without notice to the sureties, by written order
   designated or indicated to be a change order, make any changes in the work within the general
   scope of the contract, including but not limited to changes:

           i.   in the specifications (including any tasks);
          ii.   in the method of manner of performance of the work;
         iii.   in the schedule for the performance of the work.

B) Any change order will be in writing and will not be valid unless it is in writing.

C) If any change under this clause causes an increase or decrease in the Subcontractor's cost of,
   or the time required for, the performance of any part of the work under this contract, whether
   or not changed by any order, an equitable adjustment shall be made and the contract modified
   in writing accordingly:

D) If the Subcontractor intends to assert a claim for an equitable adjustment under this clause, he
   must, submit a proposal within 30 days after receipt of a written change order.

E) No claim by the Subcontractor for an equitable adjustment hereunder shall be allowed if
   asserted after final payment under this contract.




PART 7          LIMITATION OF LIABILITY:


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The Subcontractor shall absorb all expenses associated with performance of the statement of work
and Tetra Tech ARD/KCI shall not be liable for payment in an amount greater than USD ---TBD--
unless otherwise agreed to in writing.

In the event that this subcontract is terminated by Tetra Tech ARD/KCI prior to completion, Tetra
Tech ARD/KCI shall pay the vendor for work completed through the date of such termination in
an amount determined solely by Tetra Tech ARD/KCI that is based on the approved budget as
presented in Attachment C. The cumulative amount of all payments under this subcontract shall
not exceed the cost of performance through the date of termination.

PART 8         EXCLUSION OF WORK RELATIONSHIP:

The parties declare that this Subcontract does not generate a labor relationship between Tetra Tech
ARD/KCI and the contracted personnel or personnel assigned by the Subcontractor.


PART 9         SUPERVISION:

Supervision of the work under this Subcontract will be the responsibility of Tetra Tech ARD-KCI
Project Manager or his/her designated person.

PART 10        LEGAL REQUIREMENTS:

The Subcontractor is reminded that U. S. Executive Orders and U.S. law prohibits transactions
with, and the provision of resources and support to, individuals and organizations associated with
terrorism. It is the legal responsibility of the Subcontractor to ensure compliance with these
Executive Orders and laws. This statement must be included in all subcontracts/sub-awards issued
under this Subcontract.

One of the applicable orders is Executive Order 13224, dated September 24, 2001. The web site of
the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC), of the Department of Treasury, contains the text of
that order and a list of the individuals and entities designated thereunder. It also contains lists of
individuals and entities designated under other applicable statutes, regulations and Executive
Orders. See http://www.treas.gov/offices/enforcement/ofac/

PART 11        RESTRICTIONS ON CERTAIN FOREIGN PURCHASES AND
               PROHIBITION ON DRUG TRAFFICKING:

A) The Subcontractor shall not acquire, for use in the performance of this subcontract, any supplies
   or services originating from sources within, or that were located in or transported from or through,
   countries whose products are banned from importation into the United States under regulations of
   the Office of Foreign Assets Control, Department of the Treasury. Those countries are Cuba,
   Iran, North Korea, and Syria.

B) By signing below I hereby certify that within the last ten years:




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    i. I have not been convicted of a violation of, or a conspiracy to violate, any law or regulation of
         the United States or any other country concerning narcotic or psychotropic drugs or other
         controlled substances.
    ii. I am not and have not been an illicit trafficker in any such drug or controlled substance.
    iii. I am not and have not been a knowing assistor, abettor, conspirator, or colluder with others in
         the illicit trafficking in any such drug or substance.

C) The Subcontractor shall insert this clause, including this paragraph (b), in all lower-tier sub
   agreements.

PART 12        TERMINATION:

A) For convenience: Tetra Tech ARD/KCI reserves the right to terminate this subcontract, or
   any part hereof, for its sole convenience. In the event of such termination, the Subcontractor
   shall immediately stop all work hereunder and shall immediately cause any and all of its
   suppliers and subcontractors to cease work. Subject to the terms of this subcontract, the
   Subcontractor shall be paid a percentage of the subcontract price reflecting the costs incurred
   prior to the notice of termination, plus reasonable charges that the Subcontractor can
   demonstrate to the satisfaction of Tetra Tech ARD/KCI, using its standard record keeping
   system, have resulted from the termination. The Subcontractor shall not be paid for any work
   performed or costs incurred that reasonably could have been avoided.

B) For cause: Tetra Tech ARD/KCI may terminate this subcontract, or any part hereof, for cause
   in the event of any default by the Subcontractor, or if the Subcontractor fails to comply with
   any subcontract terms and conditions, or fails to provide Tetra Tech ARD/KCI, upon request,
   with adequate assurances of future performance. In the event of termination for cause, Tetra
   Tech ARD/KCI- shall not be liable to the Subcontractor for any amount for supplies or
   services not accepted, and the Subcontractor shall be liable to Tetra Tech ARD/KCI- for any
   and all rights and remedies provided by law. If it is determined that Tetra Tech ARD/KCI
   improperly terminated this subcontract for default, such termination shall be deemed a
   termination for convenience.

PART 13        DISPUTES:

A) Should a dispute as to the proper interpretation of this Subcontract, or Statement of Work or
   material performed or furnished hereunder, arise which concerns the parties hereto only, or
   Subcontractor and other subcontractors or suppliers, the same shall be decided by binding
   arbitration, pursuant to the rules of arbitration of a recognized and mutually acceptable
   national arbitration entity.

B) The Subcontractor shall proceed diligently with the Statement of Work, unless the subcontract
   has been cancelled, pending final determination pursuant to any Disputes clause or pursuant
   to any other action taken with respect to a claim or claims.

C) In the event either party institutes suit in court against the other party or against the surety of
   such party, in connection with any dispute or matter arising under this Agreement, the
   prevailing party shall be entitled to recover reasonable attorneys’ fees in addition to any other
   relief granted by the court.


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PART 14        TERMS AND CONDITIONS: – simplified acquisitions (other than
               commercial items) (modified from far 52.213-4)

This subcontract agreement incorporates the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) clauses listed
in Attachment B by reference. The text of each clause and the FAR shall be deemed to be
modified with respect to the identification of parties as provided in paragraphs a. and b. below.

A) Unless one of the exceptions provided in paragraph (C) below shall apply, the term "Contract"
   shall mean "Subcontract"; the term "Contractor" shall mean "Subcontractor"; the term
   "Government" shall mean “Tetra Tech ARD/KCI "; and the term "Contracting Officer" shall
   mean the “Tetra Tech ARD/KCI Subcontracts Manager.”

B) The following instances are exceptions to the general rules of construction as provided in
   paragraph (A):
   i. Where it is clear, by the context of the provision itself or the conditions under which it is
        being applied, that the reference is intended to refer to the Government, its officers or
        agents, or the prime contractor specifically;
   ii. Where an explicit provision of this subcontract states a contrary intent;
   iii. Where access to proprietary financial information or other proprietary data is required; or
   iv. Where interpretation in accordance with the rules stated above would place the prime
        contractor in a position of violating the equivalent or related provisions of the prime
        contract whereas construction of the terms without modification would not.

C) References in any provision incorporated by reference herein to the "Disputes" clause shall be
   construed as references to the “Disputes” clause contained in Part 12 of this subcontract. No
   provision herein shall be taken to imply any direct access on the part of the Subcontractor to
   the disputes process as defined in the terms of the Prime Agreement.
   The full text of a clause incorporated by reference may be accessed electronically at this/these
   address(s): http://www.arnet.gov/far and http://www.usaid.gov


PART 15        INCONSISTENCIES BETWEEN ENGLISH VERSION AND
               TRANSLATION:

In the event of inconsistencies between any terms of this subcontract and any translation into
another language, the English language meaning shall control.

PART 16        INDEMNIFICATIONS:

In addition to any other remedies that Tetra Tech ARD/KCI may have, the Subcontractor shall
indemnify, hold harmless and defend Tetra ARD and USAID from any and all claims, damages,
demands, suits, actions, judgments, liabilities or costs or expenses of any nature including legal
expenses and consequential or special damages or costs and including property damages or injury
to the Subcontractor, its employees, agents, lower tier subcontractors or to any third party or its
property, occasioned by any negligent or otherwise wrongful act of the Subcontractor, its lower
tier subcontractors or anyone for whose actions the Subcontractor is legally responsible or arising



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from Subcontractor’s breach of this Subcontract or negligent performance hereunder and arising
out of work done under this Subcontract.

PART 17        PRIVITY OF CONTRACT:

a. The contractual relationship for this Subcontract is between Tetra Tech ARD/KCI and
   Subcontractor. There is no privity of contract between Subcontractor and USAID.

b. All communications between Subcontractor and USAID must be approved in advance by
   Tetra Tech ARD's KCI Contracts Manager. In no event shall Subcontractor provide cost
   estimates or work products directly to USAID or any other third party.

c. Under no circumstances shall Subcontractor act upon directions given by a representative of
   USAID without the specific written confirmation by the Tetra Tech ARD/KCI Contract
   Manager. All such direction and technical liaison shall take place through Tetra Tech
   ARD/KCI. Tetra Tech ARD/KCI will not be liable for costs of work performed by
   Subcontractor outside of these terms. If Subcontractor receives such direction from any
   representative of USAID, Subcontractor shall notify the Tetra Tech ARD/KCI Contract Officer
   as soon as possible before taking any action based upon such direction.

d. Publicity and News Release: In accordance with USAID regulations, no releases shall be
   made to the news media or the general public relating to participation on the Program without
   the prior written approval of TETRA TECH ARD/KCI, which approval shall not be
   unreasonably withheld. The parties further agree that news releases made by either of them
   shall recognize the participation and contribution of the other party.
e. Publications: Vendor shall not publish or publicly disseminate any information or data
   derived or obtained from or in connection with any services rendered hereunder, without the
   prior written consent of TETRA TECH ARD/KCI and USAID.

f. Communications with USAID and Other Agencies: All of Vendor’s contractual written or
   oral communications with or to USAID, or local agencies relative to the Works under the
   Subcontract, must be through or with the authorization of TETRA TECH ARD/KCI COP.


PART 18        GENERAL MATTERS:

This document sets forth all of the terms and provisions of the Subcontract between the parties
hereto. This Subcontract may not be modified, altered, amended, or changed except in writing
signed by the party against whom such a modification, amendment, or change is asserted or
claimed. This Subcontract shall be construed under the laws of the State of Vermont and the
United States of America.


I have read the above terms and conditions, and, as the Subcontractor's authorized representative,
my signature below legally represents the Subcontractor's concurrence with the terms and
conditions and the unconditional acceptance of this subcontract.




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For Subcontractor   For Tetra Tech ARD/KCI:



                    KCI Chief of Party



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                                            Attachment A
                                                                                 Version: 0.1
                              CONTRACTOR’S CERTIFICATIONS
                                                                                 Issue Date
                                 Subcontract under 150K USD
                                                                                 08-25-2011
                             Project name:
                                                                                 Pages: 5
                                          Kabul City Initiative (KCI)

The following Certifications are required from Subcontractors prior to issuing a subcontract:

   1. Certification Regarding Responsibility Matters - APR 2010. (FAR Reference 52.209-5).
   2. Prohibition on Assistance to Drug Traffickers. (22 CFR Part 140).
   3. Certification Regarding Terrorist Financing. (Implementation of Executive Order 13224).

             1. CERTIFICATION REGARDING RESPONSIBILITY MATTERS.

FAR Reference 52.209-5.

As prescribed in 9.104-7(a), insert the following provision:

                    Certification Regarding Responsibility Matters (APR 2010)

(a) (1) The Offeror certifies, to the best of its knowledge and belief, that –

       (i) The Offeror and/or any of its Principals –

           (A) Are not presently debarred, suspended, proposed for debarment, or declared
               ineligible for the award of contracts by any Federal agency;

           (B) Have not within a three-year period preceding this offer, been convicted of or had a
               civil judgment 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) contract or subcontract; violation of Federal or state
               antitrust statutes relating to the submission of offers; or commission of
               embezzlement, theft, forgery, bribery, falsification or destruction of records,
               making false statements, tax evasion, violating Federal criminal tax laws, or
               receiving stolen property; and

           (C) Are not presently indicted for, or otherwise criminally or civilly charged by a
               governmental entity with, commission of any of the offenses enumerated in
               paragraph (a)(1)(i)(B) of this provision.

           (D) Have not within a three-year period preceding this offer, been notified of any
               delinquent Federal taxes in an amount that exceeds $3,000 for which the liability
               remains unsatisfied.




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          (1) Federal taxes are considered delinquent if both of the following criteria apply:

              (i) The tax liability is finally determined. The liability is finally determined if it
                  has been assessed. A liability is not finally determined if there is a pending
                  administrative or judicial challenge. In the case of a judicial challenge to the
                  liability, the liability is not finally determined until all judicial appeal rights
                  have been exhausted.

              (ii) The taxpayer is delinquent in making payment. A taxpayer is delinquent if
                   the taxpayer has failed to pay the tax liability when full payment was due
                   and required. A taxpayer is not delinquent in cases where enforced
                   collection action is precluded.

          (2) Examples.

              (i) The taxpayer has received a statutory notice of deficiency, under I.R.C. §
                  6212, which entitles the taxpayer to seek Tax Court review of a proposed
                  tax deficiency. This is not a delinquent tax because it is not a final tax
                  liability. Should the taxpayer seek Tax Court review, this will not be a final
                  tax liability until the taxpayer has exercised all judicial appeal rights.

              (ii) The IRS has filed a notice of Federal tax lien with respect to an assessed tax
                   liability, and the taxpayer has been issued a notice under I.R.C. § 6320
                   entitling the taxpayer to request a hearing with the IRS Office of Appeals
                   contesting the lien filing, and to further appeal to the Tax Court if the IRS
                   determines to sustain the lien filing. In the course of the hearing, the
                   taxpayer is entitled to contest the underlying tax liability because the
                   taxpayer has had no prior opportunity to contest the liability. This is not a
                   delinquent tax because it is not a final tax liability. Should the taxpayer seek
                   tax court review, this will not be a final tax liability until the taxpayer has
                   exercised all judicial appeal rights.

              (iii)The taxpayer has entered into an installment agreement pursuant to I.R.C. §
                   6159. The taxpayer is making timely payments and is in full compliance
                   with the agreement terms. The taxpayer is not delinquent because the
                   taxpayer is not currently required to make full payment.

              (iv) The taxpayer has filed for bankruptcy protection. The taxpayer is not
                   delinquent because enforced collection action is stayed under 11 U.S.C. 362
                   (the Bankruptcy Code).

   (ii) The Offeror has not, within a three-year period preceding this offer, had one or more
        contracts terminated for default by any Federal agency.

(2) "Principals," for the purposes of this certification, means officers; directors; owners;
    partners; and, persons having primary management or supervisory responsibilities within a




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        business entity (e.g., general manager; plant manager; head of a subsidiary, division, or
        business segment, and similar positions).

        This Certification Concerns a Matter Within the Jurisdiction of an Agency of the United
        States and the Making of a False, Fictitious, or Fraudulent Certification May Render the
        Maker Subject to Prosecution Under Section 1001, Title 18, United States Code.

(b) The Offeror shall provide immediate written notice to the Contracting Officer if, at any time
    prior to contract award, the Contractor learns that its certification was erroneous when
    submitted or has become erroneous by reason of changed circumstances.

(c) A certification that any of the items in paragraph (a) of this provision exists will not
    necessarily result in withholding of an award under this solicitation. However, the certification
    will be considered in connection with determination of the Offeror's: responsibility. Failure of
    the Offeror to furnish a certification or provide such additional information as requested by the
    Contracting Officer may render the Contractor non responsible.

(d) Nothing contained in the foregoing shall be construed to require establishment of a system of
    records in order to render, in good faith, the certification required by paragraph (a) of this
    provision. The knowledge and information of an Offeror is not required to exceed that which
    is normally possessed by a prudent person in the ordinary course of business dealings.

(e) The certification in paragraph (a) of this provision is a material representation of fact upon
    which reliance was placed when making award. If it is later determined that the Offeror
    knowingly rendered an erroneous certification, in addition to other remedies available to the
    Government, the Contracting Officer may terminate the contract resulting from this solicitation
    for default.

       2. KEY INDIVIDUAL CERTIFICATION NARCOTICS OFFENSES AND DRUG
                                 TRAFFICKING

22 CFR Part 140, Prohibition on Assistance to Drug Traffickers.

Note: This certification shall be filled by any key person proposed in the project.

I hereby certify that within the last ten years:

1. I have not been convicted of a violation of, or a conspiracy to violate, any law or regulation of
   the United States or any other country concerning narcotic or psychotropic drugs or other
   controlled substances.

2. I am not and have not been an illicit trafficker in any such drug or controlled substance.

3. I am not and have not been a knowing assistor, abettor, conspirator, or colluder with others in
   the illicit trafficking in any such drug or substance.




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NOTICE:

1. You are required to sign this Certification under the provisions of 22 CFR Part 140,
   Prohibition on Assistance to Drug Traffickers. These regulations were issued by the
   Department of State and require that certain key individuals of organizations must sign this
   Certification.

2. If you make a false Certification you are subject to U.S. criminal prosecution under 18 U.S.C.
   1001.

3. A false certification from a key person involved in the project, shall result in the termination of
   his/her contract with the operator.

                3. CERTIFICATION REGARDING TERRORIST FINANCING

Implementation of Executive Order 13224

        Certification Regarding Terrorist Financing, Implementing Executive Order 13224

(a) The Recipient, to the best of its current knowledge, did not provide, within the previous ten
    years, and will take all reasonable steps to ensure that it does not and will not knowingly
    provide, material support or resources to any individual or entity that commits, attempts to
    commit, advocates, facilitates, or participates in terrorist acts, or has committed, attempted to
    commit, facilitated, or participated in terrorist acts, as that term is defined in paragraph (c).

(b) The following steps may enable the Recipient to comply with its obligations under paragraph
    (a)

   (1) Before providing any material support or resources to an individual or entity, the Recipient
       will verify that the individual or entity does not (i) appear on the master list of Specially
       Designated Nationals and Blocked Persons, which list is maintained by the U.S. Treasury’s
       Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) and is available online at OFAC’s website:
       http://www.treas.gov/offices/eotffc/ofac/sdn/t11sdn.pdf, or (ii) is not included in any
       supplementary information concerning prohibited individuals or entities that may be
       provided by USAID to the Recipient.

   (2) Before providing any material support or resources to an individual or entity, the Recipient
       also will verify that the individual or entity has not been designated by the United Nations
       Security (UNSC) sanctions committee established under UNSC Resolution 1267 (1999)
       (the “1267 Committee”) [individuals and entities linked to the Taliban, Usama bin Laden,
       or the Al Qaida Organization]. To determine whether there has been a published
       designation of an individual or entity by the 1267 Committee, the Recipient should refer to
       the     consolidated     list   available     online    at   the    Committee’s     website:
       http://www.un.org/Docs/sc/committees/1267/1267ListEng.htm.

   (3) Before providing any material support or resources to an individual or entity, the Recipient
       will consider all information about that individual or entity of which it is aware and all
       public information that is reasonably available to it or of which it should be aware.


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   (4) The Recipient also will implement reasonable monitoring and oversight procedures to
       safeguard against assistance being diverted to support terrorist activity.

(c) For purposes of this Certification-

   (1) “Material support and resources” means currency or monetary instruments or financial
       securities, financial services, lodging, training, expert advice or assistance, safe houses,
       false documentation or identification, communications equipment, facilities, weapons,
       lethal substances, explosives, personnel, transportation, and other physical assets, except
       medicine or religious materials.”

   (2) “Terrorist act” means-

       (i) an act prohibited pursuant to one of the 12 United Nations Conventions and Protocols
           related to terrorism (see UN terrorism conventions Internet site:
           http://untreaty.un.org/English/Terrorism.asp); or

       (ii) an act of premeditated, politically motivated violence perpetrated against noncombatant
            targets by subnational groups or clandestine agents; or

       (iii)any other act intended to cause death or serious bodily injury to a civilian, or to any
            other person not taking an active part in hostilities in a situation of armed conflict,
            when the purpose of such act, by its nature or context, is to intimidate a population, or
            to compel a government or an international organization to do or to abstain from doing
            any act.

   (3) “Entity” means a partnership, association, corporation, or other organization, group or
       subgroup.

   (4) References in this Certification to the provision of material support and resources shall not
       be deemed to include the furnishing of USAID funds or USAID-financed commodities to
       the ultimate beneficiaries of USAID assistance, such as recipients of food, medical care,
       micro-enterprise loans, shelter, etc., unless the Recipient has reason to believe that one or
       more of these beneficiaries commits, attempts to commit, advocates, facilitates, or
       participates in terrorist acts, or has committed, attempted to commit, facilitated or
       participated in terrorist acts.

   (5) The Recipient’s obligations under paragraph (a) are not applicable to the procurement of
       goods and/or services by the Recipient that are acquired in the ordinary course of business
       through contract or purchase, e.g., utilities, rents, office supplies, gasoline, etc., unless the
       Recipient has reason to believe that a vendor or supplier of such goods and services
       commits, attempts to commit, advocates, facilitates, or participates in terrorist acts, or has
       committed, attempted to commit, facilitated or participated in terrorist acts.

This certification is an express term and condition of the agreement and any violation of it shall be
grounds for unilateral termination of the agreement by USAID prior to the end of its term.”



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                                          SIGNATURE

By signature hereon, or on an offer incorporating these Representations, Certifications, and Other
Statements of Offerors, the Contractor certifies that they are accurate, current, and complete, and
that the Contractor is aware of the penalty prescribed in 18 U.S.C. 1001 for making false
statements in offers.

By signing below the subcontractor provides certifications for:

    1.   Certification Regarding Responsibility Matters - APR 2010. (FAR Reference 52.209-5),
    2.   Prohibition on Assistance to Drug Traffickers. (22 CFR Part 140),
    3.   Certification Regarding Terrorist Financing. (Implementation of Executive Order 13224),
    4.   Anti-Kickback Procedures – OCT 2010. (FAR Reference 52.203-7), and,
    5.   Certification and Disclosure Regarding Payments to influence Certain Federal
         Transactions - SEP 2007 (FAR Reference 52.203-11).


Subcontract #:
_____________________________________________________________________


Subcontractor Name:
_________________________________________________________________


Project Title:
________________________________________________________________________


Name and Title: __________________________________________________


Signature: ____________________________ Date: ______________________




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                                           Attachment (B)
                                     General Terms & Conditions
This Subcontract incorporates by reference the FAR and AIDAR clauses listed below with the
same force and effect as if they were given in full text.
A. Changes in Reference
           This Subcontract incorporates by reference the FAR and AIDAR clauses listed below
           with the same force and effect as if they were given in full text.
           a. Changes in Reference
               Changes in references in the clauses of this article are as follows:
               (1) Contractor shall mean Subcontractor.
               (2) Contract shall mean Subcontract, e.g., this Subcontract between Tetra Tech
                     ARD and SUBCONTRACTOR.
               (3) Contracting Officer shall mean the Tetra Tech ARD Contracting Officer or his
                     authorized representatives.
               (4) The term "subcontract" means "second-tier or lower-tier subcontract".
               (5) The term "contract" means, "subcontract".
               (6) The term "Government" means "Tetra Tech ARD ".

The following contract clauses pertinent to this section are hereby incorporated by reference (by
Citation Number, Title, and Date) in accordance with the clause at FAR "52.252-2 CLAUSES
INCORPORATED BY REFERENCE" in Section I of this contract. See FAR 52.252-2 for an internet
address (if specified) for electronic access to the full text of a clause.

NUMBER                                  TITLE                                         DATE

                        FEDERAL ACQUISITION REGULATION
                            (48 CFR Chapter 1)

52.202-1                DEFINITIONS                             DEC 2001
52.203-3                GRATUITIES                              APR 1984
52.203-5                COVENANT AGAINST CONTINGENT FEES        APR 1984
52.203-6                RESTRICTIONS ON SUBCONTRACTOR SALES
                        TO THE GOVERNMENT                       JUL 1995
52.203-7                ANTI-KICKBACK PROCEDURES                JUL 1995
52.203-8                CANCELLATION, RESCISSION, AND RECOVERY
                        OF FUNDS FOR ILLEGAL OR IMPROPER ACTIVITY JAN 1997
52.203-10               PRICE OR FEE ADJUSTMENT FOR ILLEGAL OR
                        IMPROPER ACTIVITY                       JAN 1997
52.203-12               LIMITATION ON PAYMENTS TO INFLUENCE     JUN 2003
                        CERTAIN FEDERAL TRANSACTIONS
52.204-2                SECURITY REQUIREMENTS                   AUG 1996



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52.204-4    PRINTED OR COPIED DOUBLE-SIDED         AUG 2000
            ON RECYCLED PAPER
52.204-7    CENTRAL CONTRACTOR REGISTRATION        OCT 2003
52-204-10   REPORTING OF EXECUTIVE COMPENSATION
            AND FIRST TIER SUBCONTRCTOR AWARDS     JUL 2010
52.209-6    PROTECTING THE GOVERNMENT'S INTEREST JUL 1995
            WHEN SUBCONTRACTING WITH CONTRACTORS
            DEBARRED, SUSPENDED, OR PROPOSED FOR
            DEBARMENT
52.215-8    ORDER OF PRECEDENCE--UNIFORM CONTRACT
            FORMAT                                 OCT 1997
52.215-11   PRICE REDUCTION FOR DEFECTIVE COST OR
            PRICING DATA--MODIFICATIONS            OCT 1997
52.215-14   INTEGRITY OF UNIT PRICES               OCT 1997
52.215-18   REVERSION OR ADJUSTMENT OF PLANS FOR OCT 1997
            POSTRETIREMENT BENEFITS OTHER THAN
            PENSIONS (PRB)
52.216-7    ALLOWABLE COST AND PAYMENT             DEC 2002
52.216-8    FIXED-FEE                              MAR 1997
52.217-2    CANCELLATION UNDER MULTIYEAR CONTRACTS        OCT 1997
52.217-8    OPTION TO EXTEND SERVICES              NOV 1999
52.217-9    OPTION TO EXTEND THE TERM OF THE CONTRACT     MAR 2000
52.219-4    NOTICE OF PRICE EVALUATION PREFERENC
            FOR HUBZONE SMALL BUSINESS CONCERNS     JAN 1999
52.219-8    UTILIZATION OF SMALL BUSINESS CONCERNS MAY 2004
52.219-9    SMALL BUSINESS SUBCONTRACTING PLAN     JAN 2002
            ALTERNATE II (OCT 2001)
52.219-14   LIMITATIONS ON SUBCONTRACTING          DEC 1996
52.219-16   LIQUIDATED DAMAGES-SMALL BUSINESS      JAN 1999
            SUBCONTRACTING PLAN
52.219-25   SMALL DISADVANTAGED BUSINESS           OCT 1999
            PARTICIPATION PROGRAM--DISADVANTAGED
            STATUS AND REPORTING
52.222-19   CHILD LABOR - COOPERATION WITH         JAN 2004
            AUTHORITIES AND REMEDIES
52.222-26   EQUAL OPPORTUNITY                      APR 2002
52.222-38   COMPLIANCE WITH VETERANS' EMPLOYMENT DEC 2001
            REPORTING REQUIREMENTS
52.223-6    DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE                    MAY 2001
52.225-5    TRADE AGREEMENTS                       JAN 2004
52.225-13   RESTRICTIONS ON CERTAIN FOREIGN        DEC 2003
            PURCHASES
52-225-19   CONTRACTOR PERSONNEL IN A DESIGNATED
            OPERATIONAL AREA OR CONSULAR MISSION
            OUTSIDE OF THE UNITED STATES           MAR 2008
52.227-1    AUTHORIZATION AND CONSENT              JUL 1995
52.227-2    NOTICE AND ASSISTANCE REGARDING PATENT
            AND COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT             AUG 1996


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52.227-16   ADDITIONAL DATA REQUIREMENTS             JUN 1987
52-227-17   RUGTS IN DATA – EXISTING WORKS           JUN 1987
52-227-19   COMMERCIAL COMPUTER SOFTWARE-
            RESTRICTED RIGHTS                        JUN 1987
52-227-21   TECHNICAL DATA REVISION DECLARATION,
            REVISION AND WITHHOLDING OF PAYMENT –
            MAJOR SYSTEMS                            JUN 1987
52-227-23   RIGHTS TO PROPOSAL DATA (TECHNICAL)      JUN 1987
52.228-7    INSURANCE--LIABILITY TO THIRD PERSONS    MAR 1996
52.230-2    COST ACCOUNTING STANDARDS                APR 1998
52.230-6    ADMINISTRATION OF COST ACCOUNTING        NOV 1999
            STANDARDS
52.232-17   INTEREST                                 JUN 1996
52.232-18   AVAILABILITY OF FUNDS                    APR 1984
52.232-22   LIMITATION OF FUNDS                      APR 1984
52.232-23   ASSIGNMENT OF CLAIMS                     JAN 1986
52.242-1    NOTICE OF INTENT TO DISALLOW COSTS       APR 1984
52.242-3    PENALTIES FOR UNALLOWABLE COSTS          MAY 2001
52.242-13   BANKRUPTCY                               JUL 1995
52.243-2    CHANGES--COST REIMBURSEMENT              AUG 1987
            ALTERNATE I (APR 1984)
52.244-2    SUBCONTRACTS                             AUG 1998
            ALTERNATE II (AUG 1998)
52.244-5    COMPETITION IN SUBCONTRACTING            DEC 1996
52.244-6    SUBCONTRACTS FOR COMMERCIAL ITEMS        MAY 2004
            AND COMMERCIAL COMPONENTS
52.245-5    GOVERNMENT PROPERTY (COST-REIMBURSEMENT,
            TIME AND MATERIALS, OR LABOR HOUR
            CONTRACTS)                               MAY 2004
52.246-23   LIMITATION OF LIABILITY                  FEB 1997
52.246-25   LIMITATION OF LIABILITY--SERVICES        FEB 1997
52.248-1    VALUE ENGINEERING                        FEB 2000
52.247-67   SUBMISSION OF COMMERCIAL TRANSPORTATION
            BILLS TO THE GENERAL SERVICES
            ADMINISTRATION FOR AUDIT                 JUN 1997
52.249-2    TERMINATION FOR CONVINENCE OF
            GOVERNAMENT (FIXED PRICE)
52.249-6    TERMINATION (COST-REIMBURSEMENT)         MAY 2004
52.249-8    DEFAULT (FIXED-PRICE SUPPLY AND SERVICE) APR 1984
52.249-14   EXCUSABLE DELAYS                         APR 1984
52.222-50   COMBATING TRAFFICKING IN PERSONS
52.253-1    COMPUTER GENERATED FORMS                 JAN 1991

            AIDAR 48 CFR Chapter 7

752.202-1   DEFINITIONS
752.204-2   SECURITY REQUIREMENTS
752.219-8   UTILIZATION OF SMALL BUSINESS CONCERNS


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                      AND SMALL DISADVANTAGED BUSINESS
                      CONCERNS
752.211-70            LANGUAGE AND MEASUREMENT                                 JUN 1992
752.225-71            LOCAL PROCUREMENT                                        FEB 1997
752.228-7             INSURANCE-LIABILITY TO THIRD PERSONS
752.228-70            MEDICAL EVACUATION (MEDVAC) SERVICES                     MAR 1993
752.245-70            GOVERNMENT PROPERTY-USAID
                      REPORTING REQUIREMENTS
752.245-71            TITLE TO AND CARE OF PROPERTY                            APR 1984
752.7001              BIOGRAPHICAL DATA                                        JUL 1997
752.7002              TRAVEL AND TRANSPORTATION                                JAN 1990
752.7006              NOTICES                                                  APR 1984
752.7007              PERSONNEL COMPENSATION                                   JUL 1996
752.7008              USE OF GOVERNMENT FACILITIES OR                          APR 1984
                      PERSONNEL

752.7010              CONVERSION OF U.S. DOLLARS TO LOCAL   APR 1984
                      CURRENCY
752.7011              ORIENTATION AND LANGUAGE TRAINING     APR 1984
752.7013              CONTRACTOR-MISSION RELATIONSHIPS      OCT 1989
752.7014              NOTICE OF CHANGES IN TRAVEL REGULATIONS      JAN 1990
752.7015              USE OF POUCH FACILITIES               JUL 1997
752.7025              APPROVALS                             APR 1984
752.7028              DIFFERENTIALS AND ALLOWANCES          JUL 1996
752.7029              POST PRIVILEGES                       JUL 1993
752.7033              PHYSICAL FITNESS                      JUL 1997
752.7034              ACKNOWLEDGEMENT AND DISCLAIMER        DEC 1991

52.252-2              CLAUSES INCORPORATED BY REFERENCE (FEB 1998)

This contract incorporates one or more clauses by reference, with the same force and effect as if
they were given in full text. Upon request, the Contracting Officer will make their full text
available. Also, the full text of a clause may be accessed electronically at this/these address(es):
http://arnet.gov/far/

752.242-70            PERIODIC PROGRESS REPORTS (JUL 1998)

 (a) The contractor shall prepare and submit progress reports as specified in this section of this
RFP. These reports are separate from the interim and final performance evaluation reports
prepared by USAID in accordance with (48CFR) FAR 42.15 and internal Agency procedures, but
they may be used by USAID personnel or their authorized representatives when evaluating the
contractor’s performance.

 (b) During any delay in furnishing a progress report required under this RFP, the contracting
officer may withhold from payment an amount not to exceed US$2,500 (or local currency
equivalent) or 5 percent of the amount of this RFP, whichever is less, until such time as the
contracting officer determines that the delay no longer has a detrimental effect on the
Government’s ability to monitor the contractor’s progress.


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AIDAR 752.7032          INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL APPROVAL AND NOTIFICATION
                        REQUIREMENTS (JAN 1990)

Prior written approval by the Contracting Officer is required for all international travel directly
and identifiably funded by USAID under this contract. The Contractor shall therefore present to
the Contracting Officer an itinerary for each planned international trip, showing the name of the
traveler, purpose of the trip, origin/destination (and intervening stops), and dates of travel, as far in
advanced of the proposed travel as possible, but in no event less than three weeks before travel is
planned to commence. The Contracting Officer's prior written approval may be in the form of a
letter or telegram or similar device or may be specifically incorporated into the schedule of the
contract. At least one week prior to commencement of approved international travel, the
Contractor shall notify the cognizant Mission, with a copy to the Contracting Officer, of planned
travel, identifying the travelers and the dates and times of arrival.


COMMUNICATIONS PRODUCTS (OCT 1994)

(a)    Definition - Communications products are any printed materials (other than non- color
       photocopy material), photographic services or video production services.

(b)    Standards - USAID has established standards for communications products. These
       standards must be followed unless otherwise specifically provided in the contract or
       approved in writing by the contracting officer. A copy of the standards for USAID
financed      publications and video productions is attached.

(c)    Communications products which meet any of the following criteria are not eligible
       for USAID financing under this agreement unless specifically authorized in the
       contract or in writing by the contracting officer:

         (1) All communications materials funded by operating expense account funds;

         (2) Any communication products costing over $25,000, including the costs of both
             preparation and execution. For example, in the case of a publication, the costs will
             include research, writing and other editorial services (including any associated
             overhead), design, layout and production costs.

         (3)    Any communication products that will be sent directly to, or likely to be seen by, a
               Member of Congress or Congressional staffer; and

         (4)     Any publication that will have more than 50 percent of its copies distributed in the
               United States (excluding copies provided to CDIE and other USAID/W offices for
               internal use.

 (d)   The initial proposal must provide a separate estimate of the cost of every communications
       product as defined in paragraph (a) above [not just those which meet the criteria in para-
       graph (c)] which is anticipated under the contract. Each estimate must include all costs


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      associated with preparation and execution of the product. Any subsequent request for
      approval of a covered communication product must provide the same type of cost
      information.

5.   Non-compensable Changes. Tetra Tech ARD may, without charge or cost, extend the
     estimated completion date, adjust the required labor, and adjust the other direct costs
     components of a LOA as follows:

a)   extend the period of performance beyond the estimated completion date up to a maximum of
     ninety (90) days.

b)   adjust the number of days ordered within existing labor categories in the LOA as long as the
     total dollar value of labor ordered is not exceeded.

c)   adjust the distribution of amounts allocated among the other direct costs included in the LOA
     as long as the total dollar value of the other direct costs is not exceeded.

d)   Travel: Contractor must obtain advance approval from Tetra Tech ARD for all International
     travel of contractor’s personnel under this contract.




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                                            Appendix (D)

                                         Offeror’s Letter


Tetra Tech ARD-KCI
Green Village, Off Jalalabad Road, PD# 6
Kabul, Afghanistan

Attention: Sima Taheri
           Sr. Subcontracts Specialist

Subject: Tetra tech ARD-KCI Project entitled: Future Leaders Programe Phase III

Dear Sir:

We, the undersigned, offer to undertake subject work in accordance with your Request for
Proposal ------------ dated ------------------ and our Proposal (Technical and Cost volumes) are
attached.

This proposal shall remain valid for a period of sixty (60) days from the date of this submission.

Commissions and gratuities, if any, paid or to be paid by us to agents relating to this Proposal and
subcontract execution, if we are awarded the subcontract, are listed below. State NONE if none
are paid.
_______________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________

We understand you are not bound to accept any Proposal you receive.

Our completed Check List is attached.

Thank you for the opportunity to participate in this important project.

Respectfully,

______________________
Authorized Signature:
Name and Title of Signatory:
Name of Firm:
Address:
Telephone:




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                                         Appendix (E)
                                        RFP Checklist


Offeror: ______________________________________________________


Have you?

       Submitted your technical and financial proposal to Tetra Tech ARD-KCI through this
email RFP@kci-tetratech-ard.com Acceptable native file formats are Microsoft Office Suite
applications (.DOC, .XLS, .MDB) or Adobe Acrobat (.PDF).

Does your proposal include the following?

       Cover Letter (use template in RFP)

       CVs for Overall Manager, top Technical Position, and top On-Site Position

       Certification or Licensing Requirement

       List of Relevant Contract Experience and References

       Dari Translation of Technical Proposal




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                                         APPENDIX (F)

              This page must be signed by Offeror and returned with the quotation.

             CERTIFICATION OF ANTI-KICKBACK AND NO CONFLICT OF INTEREST

Offeror hereby acknowledges that Tetra Tech ARD/KCI is a USAID contractor and must fully
comply with all USAID regulations, including those relating to ethics and integrity in purchasing.

Specifically, there may be no transactions entered into by Tetra Tech ARD/KCI that involve
kickbacks and/or present a conflict of interest on the part of either Tetra Tech ARD/KCI or those
individuals or entities with which Tetra Tech does business.

Kickback, as used above, means any money, fee, commission, credit, gift, gratuity, thing of value,
or compensation of any kind which is provided, directly or indirectly, to any employee,
subcontractor, or subcontractor employee for the purpose of improperly obtaining or rewarding
favorable treatment. No person or entity is to either provide or attempt to provide any kickback,
nor to solicit, attempt to solicit, or accept a kickback during the course of any transaction. Nor
will Offeror include, either directly or indirectly, the amount of any kickback in the price charged
to a USAID contractor.

Offeror will act in a manner consistent with his/her fiduciary responsibilities to Tetra
Tech ARD and will exercise particular care that no detriment to Tetra Tech ARD/KCI results from
conflicts between their interests and those of Tetra Tech ARD/KCI and/or any beneficiary to the
Kabul City Initiative. Offeror is considered to have a conflict of interest when Offeror has an
existing or potential financial or other interest that impairs or might appear to impair Offeror’s
independence of judgment in the discharge of responsibilities to Tetra Tech ARD/KCI or that may
result in undue benefit to any party to this transaction or beneficiary therefrom.

The Offeror shall have in place and follow reasonable procedures designed to prevent and detect
possible violations as described above in its own operations. When Offeror has reasonable
grounds to believe that a violation of the above may have occurred, Offeror shall promptly report
in writing the possible violation to Tetra Tech ARD/KCI in care of the Chief of Party, Kabul City
Initiative.

Therefore Offeror hereby states that, to the best of his/her knowledge, that no violation of the
above has or will take place in relation to the transaction currently under consideration.

On behalf of Offeror:

Name and Title: __________________________________________________


Signature: ____________________________ Date: ______________________




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