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					CSP 10-013 Classroom Furniture and Cafeteria Tables                        Page 1 of 38




           Request for Competitive Sealed Proposal



                     RFCSP #10-013
         Annual Contract – Classroom Furniture &
                  Cafeteria Tables



               Due Date: April 8, 2011 @ 2:00 P.M.



                              Please Note the Following Information:
                                    No late proposals accepted
                                   No faxed proposals accepted
                            Submit one (1) original and one (1) copy to:
                                         Galena Park ISD
                                      Purchasing Department
                           14705 Woodforest Blvd., Houston, TX 77015
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                                     TABLE OF CONTENTS



SECTION I – Introduction                                                                   3

SECTION II – General Terms and Conditions                                                 4-7

SECTION III – Specific Requirements                                                     8-12

SECTION IV – Required Submittals

          Submittal Certification                                                        13

       •   Attachment A – Proposal Form                                                 14-23

       •   Attachment B – Felony Conviction Notification                                  24

       •   Attachment C – Non-Collusion Statement                                         25

       •   Attachment D – Debarment Form                                                  26

       •   Attachment E – References                                                      27

       •   Attachment F – Conflict of Interest Questionnaire                              28

       •   Attachment G – Deviations                                                      29

          Attachment H – National Criminal History Certification                         30

          Attachment I – Vendor Information                                              32

          Attachment J – Clean Air & Water Act Certification                             33

          Attachment K – Disclosure of Lobbying Activities                               35

          Form W-9                                                                       36

SECTION V – Notice of No Submission (required only if not submitting proposal)            38
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SECTION I – INTRODUCTION
SCOPE
The purpose of this proposal is to secure the services of dealers and/or distributors and establish pricing
for quality Classroom Furniture and Cafeteria Tables to be purchased District-wide. Based on previous
expenditures, Galena Park ISD anticipates purchases to be in excess of $100,000 in a one-year increment.
Please make note that Galena Park ISD does not guarantee a purchase volume. The District cannot
reasonably project its needs for these supplies which will be ordered by individual schools on an “as
needed” basis. The Board of Trustees reserves the right to award the bid by individual items or
combination of items, whichever is in the best interest of Galena Park ISD.

Proposals must be submitted on the forms, in the format provided, and using the specified pricing
references. Proposals submitted, not in the District’s format or not using the specified references
may be disqualified.

Pricing for this contract shall be valid for one (1) year upon Board approval with the option of renewing
this contract for two (2) additional years by mutual agreement. In the event this proposal expires before
another one is awarded, the vendor shall extend the contract on a month-to-month basis by mutual
agreement.

                                 INSTRUCTIONS TO PROPOSERS

1. An original and one (1) copy of the Proposal, typewritten or printed/written in ink, must be submitted.

    The Competitive Sealed Proposal must be properly labeled on the OUTSIDE of the envelope as
    follows:

                Purchasing Agent
                Galena Park Independent School District
                14705 Woodforest Blvd
                Houston, TX 77015

    Sealed Proposal for:
        CSP 10-013 “ANNUAL CONTRACT – CLASSROOM FURNITURE AND CAFETERIA
                      TABLES”

                Do Not Open until April 8, 2011 @ 2:00 p.m.

2. The Proposer shall provide their full company name and address on the envelope.
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SECTION II - GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR PROPOSAL

(Items listed below do not necessarily apply to this bid/proposal. They are general terms and
conditions, unless otherwise superseded by any supplemental specifications or special
conditions enclosed. The supplemental and/or special terms and conditions will supersede the
general terms and conditions. The word “Proposal” may be substituted for “Bid” throughout this
document).

1.    APPLICABILITY – These conditions are applicable to and form a part of the contract documents in each equipment and/or
     service contract and a part of the terms of each purchase order for items of equipment and/or service included in the
     specifications and proposal forms issued herewith.

2.   WITHDRAWAL OF PROPOSALS will not be allowed for a period of 90 days following the proposal opening.

3.   SPECIFICATIONS may be those developed by the Using Department or by the Manufacturer to represent items of                  regularly
     manufactured products.

     A.   DISTRICT SPECIFICATIONS have been developed by the Using Department to show minimal standards as to the
          usage, materials, and contents based on their needs.
     B.   MANUFACTURER’S SPECIFICATIONS (Design Guide), Whenever an article in this proposal is defined by description as
          either a proprietary product or by using the name of a manufacturer, the Proposer is encouraged to offer an item which is
          equal in quality, durability, and in full compliance with our Specifications. If the term “equivalent, alternate, or equal” is not
          inserted, it shall be implied. The specified article or material shall be understood as descriptive, not restrictive.

4.   QUESTIONS concerning this proposal shall be addressed to the Purchasing Agent, GPISD.

5.   PROPOSALS SHALL BE SUBMITTED ON THESE FORMS. Deviations to any Conditions and/or Specifications shall be
     conspicuously noted in writing by the Proposer and shall be included with the proposal.

6.   SEALED PROPOSALS ONLY ARE ACCEPTABLE. FAXED PROPOSALS will not be accepted by GPISD since the fax
     process does not provide the delivery of a sealed proposal.

7.   REQUIRED ADENDA will be issued by GPISD Purchasing Department to all those known to have received a complete set of
     proposal documents.

8.   QUANTITIES REQUIRED are substantially correct. The District reserves the right to purchase additional quantities above that
     stated at the same unit price unless otherwise specified by the Proposer.

9.   DELIVERIES required in this proposal shall be freight prepaid, F.O.B. Destination, and proposal prices shall include all freight
     and delivery charges. For shipments designated on the purchase order to the GPISD Warehouse, delivery hours are 7:0 0
     a.m. to 4:00 p.m. NO DELIVERIES WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER 4:00 p.m. All deliveries shall be to the site(s) specified in the
     purchase order issued to the successful vendor(s). The terms of this agreement are “no arrival, no sale.” The vendor shall
     take the necessary actions to assure that orders are shipped promptly, to include partial shipments where appropriate. Delivery
     on schedule is critical to the success of this purchase order/contract. It is understood and agreed that the delivery date and/or
     date of installation is the seller’s best offer. In its acceptance of any quotation offer, the District is relying on the promised
     delivery date and/or installation of materials/services, unless otherwise indicated.

10. WARRANTY for all supplies and/or equipment shall be a minimum of twelve (12) months or manufacturer’s maximum standard
    warranty, whichever is greater. Proposer shall be an authorized dealer, distributor or manufacturer for the product. All
    equipment proposed shall be new unless clearly stated in writing. Seller shall not limit or exclude any implied warranties and
    any attempt to do so shall render this contract void at the option of the Buyer. Seller warrants that all goods/services delivered
    under this contract will conform to the requirements of this contract (including all applicable descriptions, specifications,
    drawings, and samples), and will be free from defects in design and fit for the intended purpose. Any inspection or acceptance
    of the goods by buyer shall not alter or affect the obligation of vendor or the right of buyer under the foregoing warranties. In
    the event of a conflict between the specification, drawings, and descriptions, the specifications shall govern.

11. SAMPLES, when called for, shall be submitted with the proposal per instructions set form in the Special Terms and
    Conditions.

     A.      ADDITIONAL SAMPLES needed for a proposal to be evaluated properly shall be delivered within five (5)
             working days from the time the vendor is notified by the Purchasing Department.

     B.      SAMPLE ITEMS from the successful Proposer may be retained for the purpose of determining that the quality
             and workmanship of the delivered items are comparable to the sample.

12. THOSE WHO DO NOT PROPOSE are requested to notify the GPISD Purchasing Department in writing if they wish to receive
    future proposals. Failure to do so may result in their being deleted from our prospective Proposer list.

13. EVALUATION OF PROPOSALS takes into account the following considerations: price, quality, suitability for the intended use,
    probability of continuous availability, vendor’s service, safety record, and date of proposed delivery and placement. It is not the
    policy of GPISD to purchase on the basis of low proposals alone.
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14. DISCLOSURES – By signing this proposal, a Proposer affirms that he/she has not given, offered to give, nor intends to give at
    any time hereafter any economic opportunity, future employment, gift, loan, gratuity, special discount, trip, favor or service to a
    public servant in connection with the proposal submitted.

     A.      PROPOSER SHALL NOTE any and all relationships that might be a conflict of interest and include such information
             with the proposal.

     B.      By signing this proposal, a Proposer affirms that, to the best of his/her knowledge, the proposal has been
             arrived at independently, and is submitted without collusion with anyone to obtain information or gain any
             favoritism that would in any way limit competition or give them an unfair advantage over other Proposers in the
             award of this proposal.

15. FUNDING OUT CLAUSE – Any contract for the acquisition, including lease, of real or personal property is a commitment of the
    District’s current revenue only.

     1.      The District retains the continuing right to terminate the contract at the expiration of each budget period during
             the term of the contract.
     2.      The contract is conditioned on a best effort attempt by the District to obtain and appropriate funds for payment
             of the contract.

16. ALL CONTRACTS AND AGREEMENTS between Merchants and GPISD shall strictly adhere to the statutes as set forth in
    the Uniform Commercial Code as last amended by the American Law Institute in the National Conference of Commissioners on
    Uniform State Laws. Reference: Uniform Commercial Code or latest, Official Text.

17. CONTRACTS FOR PURCHASE will be put into effect by means of a purchase order(s) executed by the Purchasing Agent
    after proposals have been awarded.

     A.      Any additional agreements/contracts to be signed by GPISD shall be included with the proposal.

     B.      Prices for all goods and/or services shall be negotiated to a firm amount for the duration of this contract or as
             agreed to in terms of time frame.

     C.      Tax Exemption: Galena Park ISD is exempt from payment of taxes under Chapter 20, Title 122A, Revised Civil
             Statutes of Texas, for the purchase of tangible personal property.

18. ASSIGNMENTS AND SUB-CONTRACTING – No part of this order may be assigned or subcontracted without the prior written
    approval of GPISD. Payment can only be made to the Supplier named in this order.

19. TERMINATION OF CONTRACT – It is understood that the District retains the option to terminate this Agreement for any
    reason at the end of each contract year without pecuniary risk or penalty or at any point during the contract term       with
    evidence of just cause. The District agrees that it will provide written notice of termination no later than thirty (30) days prior
    to the end of the contract year or for just cause. The termination will become effective and this Agreement shall terminate thirty
    (30) days following written notification of intent.

20. CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION OR TRADE SECRETS (Government Code, Article 252.049) – If any of the information is
    considered to be confidential or a trade secret belonging to the Proposer and, if released would give advantage to a competitor
    or Proposer, that information should be filed with the proposal in a separate envelope marked “CONFIDENTIAL – DO NOT
    DUPLICATE WITHOUT PERMISSION”.

21. VENDOR NON-PERFORMANCE – If at any time, the vendor fails to fulfill or abide by the terms and conditions or
    specifications of the contract, GPISD reserves the right to:

     1.      Purchase on the open market and charge the vendor the difference between contract price and actual purchase
             price
     2.      Deduct such charges from existing invoice totals currently due
     3.      Cancel within thirty (30) days written notification of intent and remove the vendor from the active proposal file for
             a period of time not less than one (1) year
     4.      Re-bid the service/product
     5.      Award to next lower responsible Proposer, if accepted by same.

22. OTHER REQUIREMENTS – Any problems or discrepancies that are not covered by the above requirements should be
    directed to the Purchasing Agent for a determination or clarification prior to any action taken on said problem or discrepancy. If
    the Contractor fails to make such request, no excuse will thereafter be entertained for failure to carry out the work in a
    satisfactory manner.

23. PROPOSAL DOCUMENTS – Proposals shall be submitted by the Proposers in duplicate; one (1) original and one (1) copy,
    marked as such.

24. PERFORMANCE AND PAYMENT BONDS –
     In compliance with Government Code 2253.021, all contracts in excess of $25,000 for the construction, alteration or repair of
    public buildings shall require of the successful proposer, before beginning the work, payment bonds in the full amount of the
    contract. Performance bonds shall be executed when such contracts exceed $100,000. Such bonding shall be executed by a
    corporate surety duty authorized to do business in this state and be payable to the Galena Park Independent School District.
    PROPOSAL BONDS, if required, will be referenced in the Special Terms and Conditions Section of this document.

25. DEBARMENT AND SUSPENSION
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     Federal Executive Order (E.O.) 12549 “Debarment and Suspension” requires that all contractors receiving individual awards,
     using federal funds, and all sub-recipients certify that the organization and its principals are not debarred, suspended,
     proposed for debarment, declared ineligible, or voluntarily excluded by any Federal department or agency from doing business
     with the Federal Government.

     Non-Federal entities are prohibited from contracting with or making sub-awards under covered transactions to parties that are
     suspended or debarred or whose principals are suspended or debarred. Covered transactions include procurement of goods or
     services. Vendors receiving awards of contracts all sub-recipients must certify that the organizations and its principals are not
     suspended or debarred.

26. ENERGY EFFICIENT REQUIREMENTS
    Galena Park Independent School District is committed to enhancing the learning environment and to National, State and Local
    energy conservation and reliability goals. Design professionals should consider including innovative features of high
    performance/sustainable/green schools as defined by the Sustainable Building Industry Council as facilities that are healthy
    and productive for students and teachers (acoustic, thermal, and visual comfort; natural daylight; superior indoor air quality;
    safe and secure); cost effective (optimized energy performance), life cycle approach to costs of ownership, and a
    commissioning process); and sustainable (energy conservation; high-performance mechanical and lighting systems;
    environmentally preferable materials; and water-efficient design).

27. TAX IDENTIFICATION NUMBER
    Galena Park Independent School District requires that awarded vendor(s) complete a Form W-9, Request for Taxpayer
    Identification Number and Certification, before payment(s) will be processed.

28. ECONOMIC CONDITIONS – Given the current economic conditions, the Galena Park ISD Purchasing Department is providing
    due diligence to the District is requesting the following documentation for any increase or change, i.e.

               Pricing to Galena Park ISD
               Justification for change/increase
               Terms and conditions
               Market conditions
               Competitors
               Manufacturers/Distributors

     If this document includes the option to extend for additional year(s), price increases for each additional year will be negotiated
     not to exceed the CPI in GPISD area at the time of renewal. Price negotiations may be negotiated to prices below the current
     pricing. Negotiations for price changes, when required, will be completed sixty (60) days before date of renewal.

     Note: GPISD may elect to rebid project if in the best interest of the District.

29. CRIMINAL BACKGROUND HISTORY/CHECKING **

     Vendors (owners, officers, employees, volunteers, etc) may not work on District property where students may or may not be
     present when they have charges pending, have been convicted, received probation or deferred adjudication for the following:

     (a)   Any offense against a child
     (b)   Any sex offense
     (c)   Any crimes against persons involving weapons or violence
     (d)   Any felony offense involving controlled substances
     (e)   Any felony offense against property
     (f)   Any other offense the District believes might compromise the safety of students, staff, or property

     All contractors, subcontractors and their employees must submit to GPISD proof of a satisfactory criminal record history of all
     individuals working on District property through background checks conducted as required by Senate Bill 9. The criminal
     history must be obtained by the successful Bidder/Proposer before any work is performed.

     Possession of fire arms, alcohol and/or drugs, even in vehicles, is strictly prohibited on school district property. Use of any
     tobacco products is not permitted on school property.
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     CONTRACTOR RESPONSIBILITIES

     a)     Contract employee criminal history requirement. A service contractor shall obtain all criminal history record information
            that is required by the TEC, §22.0834, for all its covered contract employees and the covered contract employees of its
            subcontractors. If a service contractor determines that a person is not a covered contract employee, the service
            contractor shall make reasonable efforts to ensure that the conditions or precautions that result in such a
            determination continue to exist throughout the time that the contracted services are provided.

     b)      National criminal history record information. As required by the TEC, §22.0834, before or immediately after
            employing or securing the services of a contract employee on or after January 1, 2008, who is not an applicant for or
            holder of a certificate under the TEC, Chapter 21, Subchapter B, a service contractor shall send or ensure that a
            covered contract employee sends to the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) the information, which may include
            fingerprints and photographs, that is necessary for the DPS to obtain the covered contract employee’s national criminal
            history record information. The DPS shall report the national criminal history record information through the
            Clearinghouse, as provided by the Texas Government Code, §411.0845.

     c)     Criminal history record information. As required by the TEC, §22.0834, a service contractor shall obtain from the
            DPS, any law enforcement or criminal justice agency, or a private entity that is a consumer reporting agency governed
            by the Fair Credit Reporting Act all criminal history record information that relates to a covered contract employee who
            is employed before January 1, 2008, or who is an applicant for or holder of a certificate under the TEC, Chapter 21,
            Subchapter B, and who is not subject to a national criminal history record information review.

     d)     School entity request for information on covered contract employees. A service contractor shall provide a school
            entity, - at its request, the information necessary for the school entity to obtain criminal history record information for all
            covered contract employees.

     e)     Service contractor certification. A service contractor shall certify to the school entity that it has obtained the criminal
            history record information required by the TEC, §22.0834, for all covered contract employees providing the contracted
            services. The service contractor shall also certify that it will take reasonable steps to ensure that the conditions or
            precautions that have resulted in a determination that any person is not a covered contract employee continue to exist
            throughout the time that the contracted services are provided.

     f)     Employees with disqualifying convictions. A service contractor shall not permit a covered contract employee to
            provide services at a school entity if the employee has a disqualifying conviction under the TEC, §22.085.


     SB9 requirements: www.tea.state.tx.us/fingerprinting

     Any employee who will have direct contact with students must not have been convicted of an offense identified in Texas
           Education Code Section 22.085.

     ** Required for awarded vendor(s) only.

30. INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS
    All vendors who perform contracted services for Galena Park ISD are required to supply proof of insurance in accordance with
    the following schedule prior to the start of the project. GPISD requires that contractor’s insurance be placed only with
    companies that have achieved at least an “A” rating with A.M. Best. The District reserves the right to require higher limits of
    coverage depending on the size, scope, and nature of a contract. Galena Park ISD must be named as an additional insured in
    liability policies with a waiver of subrogation in favor of the District for worker’s compensation policy.

                    Comprehensive General Liability:                       $500,000 each person
                               Bodily Injury Liability                     $1,000,000 each occurrence
                               Property Damage Liability                   $100,000 each occurrence
                    Worker’s Compensation *                                AS STATUTORY PROVISIONS REQUIRE
                    *If vendor’s company does not provide Workman’s Compensation, a letter explaining alternate benefits should
                    be included with the proposal.

                   Automobile Liability Insurance:
                              Comprehensive Automobile Liability                  $500,000 each person
                              Bodily Injury Liability                             $1,000,000 each occurrence
                              Property Damage Liability                           $100,000 each occurrence
                   Umbrella Liability:
                              Minimum Limits                                      $1,000,000 each occurrence
                              Bodily Injury Liability                             $1,000,000 aggregate
                              Excess                                              $1,000,000
            Coverage shall include:
            a. Waiver of subrogation endorsement in favor of the District and its Agents.
            b. Thirty (30) day written notice of cancellation or material change endorsements in favor of the District and its
               Agents.
            c. The District shall be named as additional insured on the successful vendor’s policy(ies).
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SECTION III – SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS

                  SPECIAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS (Specific to Proposal)

The provisions of this section entitled “Special Terms and Conditions” shall govern in the event of any
conflict between them and the “Standard Terms and Conditions” of this agreement.


1. The term of this bid shall be from Award Date through May 31, 2012 and will supersede any and all
     bids currently in place. Prices shall be firm for the term of this contract. This contract may be
     renewed if both parties agree for an additional two (2) years in one (1) year increments. The total term
     of the contract will not exceed three (3) years. Price changes for the renewal term must be fair and
     reasonable and agreed upon by both parties. In the event this proposal expires before another one is
     awarded, the vendor shall extend the contract on a month-to-month basis by mutual agreement.

2. All unit price discounts shall include delivery and installation.

         The vendor is responsible for inside delivery of all items to the schools/locations. There
         shall be no additional cost to GPISD for a completed project. The boxes or cartons, from
         which furniture has been removed, are the responsibility of the awarded vendor. They shall be
         removed from the school and/or location and disposed of at no additional cost to the District.
         NOTE: NO LOADING DOCKS ARE AVAILABLE AT SCHOOL/LOCATION
         DELIVERY SITES.

3. Bidders shall include complete color selection charts with the Proposal document for each item
     proposed that is not per our design guide and to facilitate a quick methodology for evaluators to
     determine the scope of capabilities of the manufacturer’s products being offered.

4. The owner reserves the right to increase or decrease the number of units of each item on the basis of
   the unit price being quoted. Price changes, if required, will be allowed only if manufacturer’s
   published price catalog is superseded, revised or changed after the award date. The successful
   Vendor(s) may pass on the applicable price increase or decrease to GPISD, provided written notice
   has been submitted along with the identified price list(s) and priced catalog(s) to the Purchasing
   Department for GPISD review and written approval, prior to implementation of the price changes.

     Price adjustments, due to differing quantities being ordered than those reflect herein, will not be
     allowed unless such cost adjustment is disclosed herein and also provided that the adjustment is
     equally proportionate for quantity changes, (i.e. cost increase due to ordering a lesser amount than
     specified will not be allowed unless the same adjustments are allowed for increases in quantity
     ordered).

5.   Shipment of furniture and equipment shall adhere to the following:

     A. Vendor(s) shall advise, in writing, if they cannot supply items by delivery dates specified.
        Notification can be made to Linda Curry at lcurry@galenaparkisd.com or by calling the Campus
        indicated on the Purchase Order.

     B. All vendors shall provide forty-eight (48) hour notice to the Campus and shipment shall be
        received between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. The Campus
        reserves the right to reject any shipment without prior authorization that does not meet these
        requirements.
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     C. It is the supplier’s responsibility to have a suitable crew standing by for the purposes of unloading
         trucks and moving furniture into a location within the building. The supplier and/or its contractor
         shall cooperate with all building personnel while unloading, storing, and installing furniture. This
         includes Principals, Lead Custodians, and Maintenance Personnel. The supplier is responsible for
         removing all litter from the site. THIS IS NOT INTENDED TO BE INTERPRETED AS THE
         CONTRACTOR PERSONNEL EITHER STACKING OR PLACING TRASH AT OR IN
         THE CAMPUSES’ DUMPSTER AREA. All vendors are to dispose of cartons, boxes,
         packing, banding, or other materials, (at their own expense), which are the result of
         furniture/equipment installation, assembly, and/or placement. This material shall not be disposed
         of in the District’s dumpsters. District personnel will not be responsible for any disposal of items
         associated with this project.

     D. Each carton must be shipped with a description of the furniture it contains, purchase order
        number, and the name of the school. All unmarked cartons will be refused.

           Example:      Executive Desk
                         Purchase Order #__________
                         GPISD Warehouse
                         14705 Woodforest Blvd
                         Houston, TX 77015

6.   It is the responsibility of all vendors to keep the District notified of any unexpected problems
     which would prevent the vendor from meeting delivery deadlines as they become aware of them by
     emailing the Purchasing Agent, Linda Curry, at lcurry@galenaparkisd.com

7. IF A CONTRACTOR FAILS TO DELIVER AS SCHEDULED, AND THE TIMELINES
     MERCHANDISE OR SERVICE IN THE MOST EXPEDIENT MANNER AVAILABLE. ALL
     ADDITIONAL COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH THIS PROCEDURE WILL BE AT THE
     EXPENSE OF THE CONTRACTOR IN DEFAULT.

8.   District locations ordering furniture will be identified on the purchase order and all pricing
     shall include freight, inside delivery, and installation.

9.   The District anticipates needing additional kinds and sizes of instructional furniture during the
     coming year that is not included in specified small/large volumes. Please provide a “catalog bid”
     based on manufacturer’s published price sheets, and state exceptions in writing if applicable.
     Include any and all catalog price sheets and any other pertinent information with your bid. One set of
     current catalog(s) or manufacturer’s price list is required with Bid Name and Bid Number clearly
     stated thereon with response.

10. DAMAGED ITEMS AND VERIFICATION OF COUNT: When a delivery and installation has
     been completed, the authorized representative of the Owner shall make an “in place” inspection and
     actual count. Any damaged items will be noted and scheduled for replacement by the vendor.

11. Any deviations from any General/Special Condition stated in this document, shall be approved by the
    Owner in writing.
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12. Offeror shall specify the manufacturer of furniture proposed and supply descriptive literature in the
    form of illustrations, drawings or catalogs at time of proposal opening.

13. Sizes and descriptions specified herein are intended to be informative and not restrictive to give the
    bidder information as to general description and approximate sized of required goods.

14. All deliveries shall be made to such points as designated on the individual purchase orders. For
    shipments designated on the purchase order to the GPISD Warehouse, delivery hours are 7:30 a.m. –
    3:00 p.m. NO DELIVERIES SHALL BE ACCEPTED AFTER 3:00 p.m.

15. INSURANCE
    All vendors who perform contracted services for Galena Park ISD are required to supply proof of
    insurance in accordance with the following schedule prior to the start of the project. GPISD requires
    that contractor’s insurance be placed only with companies that have achieved at least an “A” rating
    with A.M. Best. The District reserves the right to require higher limits of coverage depending on the
    size, scope, and nature of a contract. Galena Park ISD must be named as an additional insured in
    liability policies with a waiver of subrogation in favor of the District for workers’ compensation
    policy.

        Property Damage Liability:                $ 100,000 each accident
        Property Damage Aggregate:                $ 500,000 each accident
        Bodily Injury Liability:                  $ 500,000 each occurrence
        Automobile Liability Bodily Injury:       $ 500,000 each occurrence
        Total Liability:                          $1,000,000 each occurrence or aggregate

        Worker’s Compensation                     Statutory Limits

16. SAMPLES
    Samples of items other than PMS (product meeting specifications) that are needed for a proposal to
    be evaluated properly shall be delivered within five (5) working days from the time the vendor is
    notified by the Purchasing Department. Samples shall be delivered to the attention of the Purchasing
    Department or designated representative, 14705 Woodforest Blvd., Houston, TX 77015 (or other
    specified address). Each sample MUST be clearly tagged showing the vendor name, address, product
    item number, and also must reference the Bid/CSP number if applicable, for which submitted. The
    District shall have the sole authority in evaluating and determining the suitability of all items.

    SAMPLE ITEMS from the successful Proposer may be retained for the purpose of determining that
    the quality and workmanship of the delivered items are comparable to the sample. If requested,
    sample items shall be returned to the non-awarded vendor(s). Vendor shall arrange and provide
    return transportation and prepay or accept return shipment, freight collect. Sample must be delivered
    free of charge, and those carelessly soiled in the process or spoiled by examination or testing will not
    be paid for by Galena Park ISD. The school district reserves the right to destroy samples when it is
    considered necessary for the purpose of testing.

17. DESCRIPTION AND QUALITY
    Wherever items are specified by trade name, manufacturer, or dealer’s catalog number, or by any
    other reference, it shall be taken to mean the items as thus described or any other item equal thereto in
    quality, finish, durability, compatibility and service ability for the purpose for which it is intended.
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SPECIFICATIONS FOR CAFETERIA TABLES (1-1)


Mobile folding cafeteria tables with attached stools. Dimensions: 12” long, 30” wide, 29” table height.
13” Wide Stool Height.

1. Tops shall have a pressure melamine plastic top surface, per NEMA specifications, with a rigid vinyl backer
    sheet for balanced construction.
2. Table top edges shall be un-banded and sealed with a sprayed urethane, bonded to core w/5/8” edge radius,
    1.5” corner radius for durability and top plastic protection, moisture control and sanitation.
3. Table top core shall be ¾ 47” P.C.F. medium density fiberboards (MDF).
4. Tops shall be fastened to frame by expansion rivet-no wood screws.
5. Table top frame shall be 14-gauge. Structural steel with 1-7/8” deep channel (one piece). The entire top
    frame shall be unitized construction with fully enclosed ends for support and strength. Legs shall operate
    from top frame – not table top.
6. Vertical center hinges shall be 7-gauge structural steel with ½” diameter steel/chrome lock bar. Horizontal
    hinges not acceptable for sanitation purposes.
7. Table shall fold in one easy operation, assisted by steel torsion bars.
8. Table shall have an automatic zytel nylon closed position lock and a ½” diameter chrome/steel gravity
    operated open position lock. Both locks shall be manually released and operational from either side of
    table.
9. Pivot points shall be a minimum 3/8” diameter steel bolts with aircraft lock nuts.
10. Metal parts to be nickel chrome plated on high use/abuse areas: black powder-coat enamel on low contact
    areas.
11. Stools must rest itself 3-3/4: down on the load bearing column. Stools must be attached with steel spring
    pin (NO NUT/BOLT ATTACHMENT).
12. Each stool shall be 13 diameter one-piece heavily ribbed ABS plastic (no steel plates, no screws). Stool
    lateral support arm shall be 1-3/4” 14 gauge steel with a 1” 14-gauge. Steel direct-to-floor load bearing
    column.
13. Tubular frame must be 14-gauge. Chrome-ready steel all-weldments must be full circumference convex
    welds.
14. Table shall have “hazardous tripping bars” between seats for safety purposes.
15. For units with backrests the backrests shall be molded plastic back panel, mounted on a heavy spring steel
    support arm. The backrests assembly shall rotate 360 degrees with stops for the dining/work position or the
    assembly viewing position
16. Glides to be 1-1/2” neoprene (non-marking) w/molded in steel washer insert.
17. In folded position unit shall rest on 4-4” diameter. Ball bearing raceway casters with non-marking sanitized
    rubber wheels. Nit shall pass through average 36” doorway.
18. Table must be UL approved and bear the UL label.
19. Manufacturer shall provide 10 year standard warranty
20. Table shall have manufacturer’s serial number on frame with expanded parts list and operational
    instructions attached under table top.
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SPECIFICATIONS FOR CAFETERIA TABLES (I-2)

Mobile folding cafeteria tables with attached benches

1. Tops shall have a pressure melamine plastic top surface, per NEMA specifications with a rigid vinyl
    backer sheet for balanced construction.
2. Table top edges shall be un-banded and sealed with a sprayed urethane, bonded to core
    w/5/8” edge radius, 1.5” corner radius for durability and top plastic protection, moisture control and
    sanitation.
3. Table top core shall be ¾ 47” P.C.F. medium density fiber-board (MDF).
4. Tops shall be fastened to frame by expansion rivet-no wood screws.
1. Table top frame shall be 14-gauge. Structural steel with 1-7/8” deep channel (one piece).
2. The entire top frame shall be unitized construction with fully enclosed ends for support and
    strength. Legs shall operate from top frame – not table top.
    Vertical center hinges shall be 7-gauge structural steel with ½” diameter steel/chrome lock bar.
    Horizontal hinges are not acceptable for sanitation purposes.
    1. Pivot points shall be a minimum 3/8” diameter. Steel bolts with aircraft locknuts.
    2. Metal parts to be nickel chrome plated on high use/abuse areas; black powder-coat enamel on low
        contract areas.
    3. Table shall fold up in one easy operation, assisted by steel torsion bars.
    4. Tables shall have automatic zytel nylon closed position lock and a ½: diameter. Chrome/steel
        gravity operated open position lock. Both locks shall be manually released and operational from
        either side of table.
    5. Benches shall be 1-1/16” electronic vertical edge glued to solid wood core to provide strength
        (1,00# center load), eliminating the need for steel bracing. Top and bottom bench surfaces .050
        melamine plastic for balanced construction.
    6. Bench height shall correlate to table top height, i.e., 29” table top height shall have 17” high
        benches; for elem. Students, 27” high tables shall have 15” high benches. Overall length of the
        table shall be 144”. For maximum useable seating space, overall individual bench length shall be
        70-3/4” long with safety gap of 1-1/2” at the center between both tops and benches. Benches
        shall flip up to allow for easy cleaning w/o moving entire unit. Units must be able to pass
        through standard door height. Units will seat 20 children/16 adults.
    7. Benches shall be removable to permit use of table with chair for adult functions or to
        accommodate wheelchair use (youth size) for handicapped students.
    8. Glides to be 1-1/2” neoprene (non-marking) w/molded-in steel washer insert.
    9. Tubular frame must be 14 gauge chrome ready steel. All weldments must be full circumference
        convex welds.
    10. In folded position unit shall rest on 4-4” diameter. Ball bearing raceway casters with non-marking
        sanitized rubber wheels. Units shall pass through 36” wide doorway.
    11. Table must be UL approved and bear UL label.
    12. Manufacturer shall provide written 10 year standard warranty.
    13. Table shall have manufacturer serial number on frame with expanded parts list and operational
        instructions attached under table top.
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SECTION IV – REQUIRED SUBMITTALS


                               SUBMITTAL CERTIFICATION
The undersigned, by his/her signature, represents that he/she is authorized to bind the proposer to
fully comply with the terms and conditions of this Request for Proposal, including all forms and
attachments included and/or referenced herein, for the amount(s) shown on the accompanying
form(s), if accepted within ninety (90) calendar days after Proposal opening.

NOTE: Proposer is strongly encouraged to read the entire Request for Proposal prior to
submitting. Failure to provide the above information in its entirety may be grounds for
disqualification.




Firm/Company Name: __________________________________________________________

Address:_____________________________ Telephone: ______________________________

City: _________________________________ Fax #:__________________________________

State: _____________Zip: ______________ Web Address:____________________________




____________________________________________
(Signature of person authorized to sign Proposal)

Printed Name: _______________________________

Title:_______________________________________

E-MAIL ADDRESS: ______________________________
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                                             ATTACHMENT A

                                          BID/PROPOSAL FORM

Please answer the questions on this form completely. If any section requires additional explanation, the vendor
should list any and all exceptions/deviations on the deviation form.

 The use of manufacturers’ specifications (MFR Design Guides) by the District is to be considered
 informative, giving the bidder information as to the minimum requirements of the items requested. Any
 proposed alternates MUST MEET OR EXCEED these requirements in order to be considered. Every
 effort has been made to list the most current model/product numbers.



              Prices must include delivery and set up charge. Please note minimums
              PMS = Product Meeting Specifications


 A. MULTI-PURPOSE SEATING – Chrome Legs
 Description: Stack chair with tubular steel chrome frame and a one piece molded plastic seat
 and back.
 PMS: Virco 9000 series, Metaphor 900 Series, or equal
 A-1 Stack Chair – 10”±
 Equivalent / Alternate
 Brand: Virco                            Model: 9010                    $
 Brand: Metaphor                         Model N910                     $
 Brand:                                  Model:                         $

 A-2 Stack Chair – 12”±
 Equivalent / Alternate
 Brand: Virco                                   Model: 9012                            $
 Brand: Metaphor                                Model N912                             $
 Brand:                                         Model:                                 $

 A-3 Stack Chair – 14”±
 Equivalent / Alternate
 Brand: Virco                                   Model: 9014                            $
 Brand: Metaphor                                Model N914                             $
 Brand:                                         Model:                                 $

 A-4 Stack Chair – 16”±
 Equivalent / Alternate
 Brand: Virco                                   Model: 9016                            $
 Brand: Metaphor                                Model N916                             $
 Brand:                                         Model:                                 $

 A-5 Stack Chair – 18”±
 Equivalent / Alternate
 Brand: Virco                                   Model: 9018                            $
 Brand: Metaphor                                Model N918                             $
 Brand:                                         Model:                                 $
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 Description: Stack chair with steel chrome frame and a two-piece molded hard plastic seat and
 back.
 PMS: Virco 4100 series or equal
 A:6 Brand:                              Model:                        $

 Description: Stools for Science Labs, Art Rooms, tubular steel frame, steel-rod leg brace
 PMS: Virco 121 series, or equal
 A-7 Stool 30” hard plastic seat
 Brand: Virco                           Model: 121-30                    $
 Brand:                                 Model                            $

 A-8 Stool 24” hard plastic seat
 Brand: Virco                           Model: 121-24                    $
 Brand:                                 Model                            $

 A-9 Stool 18” hard plastic seat
 Brand: Virco                           Model: 121-18                    $
 Brand:                                 Model                            $

 B. ROLLING CHAIR
 Description: Rolling Chair with tubular frame and a one-piece molded plastic seat and back
 PMS: Virco IQ Series, Metaphor Series, or equal
 B-1 Rolling Chair 14” to 17” seat height
 Equivalent / Equal
 Brand: Virco IQ                         Model 266015GC                $
 Brand: Metaphor                         Model N9TASK15                $
 Brand:                                  Model:                        $

 B-2 Rolling Chair 16” to 20-1/2” seat height
 Equivalent / Equal
 Brand: Virco IQ                        Model 266017GC                   $
 Brand: Metaphor                        Model N9TASK17                   $
 Brand:                                 Model:                           $

 B-3 Rolling Chair 18-3/4” to 26-1/4” seat height
 Equivalent / Equal
 Brand: Metaphor                       Model N9LAB                       $
 Brand:                                Model:                            $

 B-4 Description: Rolling Task Chair with tubular steel frame, pneumatic seat height
 adjustment, back height adjustment, seat depth adjustment,with 360-degree swivel, Without
 Arms, Price Code 3
 PMS: Hon 5831 Series, or equal
 Equivalent / Equal
 Brand: HON                             Model: 5831                    $
 Brand:                                 Model:                         $
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 B-5 Description: Rolling Task Chair with tubular steel frame, pneumatic seat height
 adjustment, back height adjustment, seat depth adjustment, with 360-degree swivel, With
 Adjustable Height T-Arms, Price Code 3
 PMS: Hon 5831 Series, or equal
 Equivalent / Equal
 Brand: HON                             Model: 5831 / 5895             $
 Brand:                                 Model:                         $

 B-6 Description: Rolling Task Chair with tubular steel frame, pneumatic seat height
 adjustment, back height adjustment, seat depth adjustment, with 360-degree swivel, With T-
 Arms, Price Code 3, Executive and/or Administrative Chair
 PMS: Hon 5901 Series, or equal
 Equivalent / Equal
 Brand: HON                             Model: 5901 / 5991             $
 Brand:                                 Model:                         $

 B-7 Description: Rolling Task Chair, Black frame, pneumatic seat height adjustment, Without
 Arms, Price Code 3, Clerical, Data Entry, and General Office Chair
 PMS: Hon 7901 Series, or equal
 Equivalent / Equal
 Brand: HON                             Model: 7901                   $
 Brand:                                 Model:                        $

 B-8 Description: Rolling Task Chair, Black frame, pneumatic seat height adjustment, With T-
 Arms, Price Code 3, Clerical, Data Entry, and General Office Chair
 PMS: Hon 7901 Series, or equal
 Equivalent / Equal
 Brand: HON                            Model: 7901 / 7992             $
 Brand:                                Model:                         $

 B-9 Description: T-Arm to be used with B-5
 Brand:                               Model:                             $

 C. STUDENT DESK
 Description: Study top with tubular steel frame, separate molded hard plastic seat and back
 and molded hard plastic writing surface, Chrome legs, metal book box included
 C-1 Student Combo with Long Arm (extended arm rest)
 Equivalent / Equal
 Brand: Virco                            Model: 3400LABR                 $
 Brand:                                  Model:                          $

 C-2 Student Combo
 Equivalent / Equal
 Brand: Virco                           Model: 3400BR                    $
 Brand:                                 Model:                           $

 C-3 Open Front with Metal Book Box
 Equivalent / Equal
 Brand: Virco                       Model: 785MBB                        $
 Brand:                             Model:                               $
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 C-4 Description: Student Desk shall be four telescoping legs with height adjustment from 22”
 to 30” in one-inch increments, adjustable with steel side-mounted book compartment and steel
 or plastic modesty panel.
 Equivalent / Equal
 Brand: Virco                            Model: 765                     $
 Brand:                                  Model                          $

 D. TEACHER DESK
 D-1 Description: Single Pedestal Teacher Desk shall be metal, with locking drawer pedestal.
 Chrome legs, 60” wide x 30” deep, Top shall be minimum of 1-1/8” high density particleboard
 surfaced with textured laminated plastic, Edges are protected with T-molding banding.
 Equivalent / Equal
 Brand: HON                              Model: 88251R                  $
 Brand: Virco                            Model: 543                     $
 Brand:                                  Model:                         $

 D-2 Description: Double Pedestal Teacher Desk shall be metal, with locking drawer pedestal.
 Chrome legs, 60” wide x 30” deep, Top shall be minimum of 1-1/8” high density particleboard
 surfaced with textured laminated plastic, Edges are protected with T-molding banding.
 Equivalent / Equal
 Brand: HON                              Model: 88962                   $
 Brand: Virco                            Model: 546                     $
 Brand:                                  Model:                         $

 E. TABLES
 E-1 Description: 24” x 36” – Adjustable height, non-folding legs
 Equivalent / Equal
 Brand: Virco                          Model: 482436                   $
 Brand:                                Model:                          $

 E-2 Description: 24” x 48” – Adjustable height, non-folding legs
 Equivalent / Equal
 Brand: Virco                          Model: 482448                   $
 Brand:                                Model:                          $

 E-3 Description: 24” x 60” – Adjustable height, non-folding legs
 Equivalent / Equal
 Brand: Virco                          Model: 482460                   $
 Brand:                                Model:                          $

 E-4 Description: 30” x 48” – Adjustable height, non-folding legs
 Equivalent / Equal
 Brand: Virco                          Model: 483048                   $
 Brand:                                Model:                          $

 E-5 Description: 30” x 60” – Adjustable height, non-folding legs
 Equivalent / Equal
 Brand: Virco                          Model: 483060                   $
 Brand:                                Model:                          $
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 E-6 Description: 30” x 72” – Adjustable height, non-folding legs
 Equivalent / Equal
 Brand: Virco                          Model: 483072                $
 Brand:                                Model:                       $

 E-7 Description: 36” x 36” – Adjustable height, non-folding legs
 Equivalent / Equal
 Brand: Virco                          Model: 483636                $
 Brand:                                Model:                       $

 E-8 Description: 36” x 60” – Adjustable height, non-folding legs
 Equivalent / Equal
 Brand: Virco                          Model: 483660                $
 Brand:                                Model:                       $

 E-9 Description: 36” x 72” – Adjustable height, non-folding legs
 Equivalent / Equal
 Brand: Virco                          Model: 483672                $
 Brand:                                Model:                       $

 E-10 Description: 42” Round
 Equivalent / Equal
 Brand: Virco                          Model: 4842R                 $
 Brand:                                Model:                       $

 E-11 Description: 48” Round
 Equivalent / Equal
 Brand: Virco                          Model: 4848R                 $
 Brand:                                Model:                       $

 E-12 Description: 60” Round
 Equivalent / Equal
 Brand: Virco                          Model: 4860R                 $
 Brand:                                Model:                       $

 E-13 Description: 30” x 30” x 30” x 60”
 Equivalent / Equal
 Brand: Virco                          Model: 48TRAP60              $
 Brand:                                Model:                       $

 E-14 Description: 48” x 72” Kidney
 Equivalent / Equal
 Brand: Virco                          Model: 48KID72               $
 Brand:                                Model:                       $

 E-15 Description: 60” x 66” Horseshoe
 Equivalent / Equal
 Brand: Virco                          Model: 48HORSE60             $
 Brand:                                Model:                       $
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 E-16 Description: 30” x 60” Folding Leg
 Equivalent / Equal
 Brand: Virco                          Model: 603060                    $
 Brand:                                Model:                           $

 E-17 Description: 20” x 60” Office Table
 Equivalent / Equal
 Brand: Virco                          Model: 681872                    $
 Brand:                                Model:                           $

 E-18 Description: 30” x 60” Office Table
 Equivalent / Equal
 Brand: Virco                          Model: 683060                    $
 Brand:                                Model:                           $

 E-19 Description: 30” x 72” Office Table
 Equivalent / Equal
 Brand: Virco                          Model: 683072                    $
 Brand:                                Model:                           $

 F. COMPUTER TABLES
 F-1 Description: One monitor walk-up station, 30” w x 30” d x 39” h, Top to be 1-1/4” inch
 thick covered in high pressure laminate with heavy duty molding, twin post legs with 4”
 locking rubber casters. Include optional CPU platform rack
 Equivalent / Equal
 Brand: Paragon                          Model: XSWC30                  $
 Brand:                                  Model:                         $

 F-2 Description: Flex Station, 30” d x 36” w x 22-30” h, Top to be 1-1/4” inch thick covered
 in high pressure laminate with heavy duty molding, twin post legs with grommet and 4”
 locking rubber casters. Legs adjust in height from 22” to 30’ in 1” increments.
 Equivalent / Equal
 Brand: Artco Bell                       Model: CY03                      $
 Brand:                                  Model:                           $

 G. GRAPHIC ARTS TABLE
 G-1 Description: Split-top desk, 24” d x 36” w, Adjustable 29” to 39” high, 24” x 24” tilting
 top, 0 to 45 degrees, Enamel legs and chrome foot rest
 Equivalent / Equal
 Brand: Smith System                     Model: 27346                   $
 Brand:                                  Model:                         $

 H. MOBILE CABINETS
 H-1 Description: Mobile Cabinet – includes drawers for paper storage, file drawers,
 adjustable shelves, coat rod and a vanity mirror.
 Equivalent / Equal
 Brand: Virco                             Model: 2613                  $
 Brand:                                   Model:                       $
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 I. FILE CABINETS
 I-1 Description: Vertical File with Lock – 4-Drawer, Letter Size, 15”w x 26-1/2”d x 52”h
 Equivalent / Equal
 Brand: HON                             Model: 314P                     $
 Brand:                                 Model:                          $

 J. CAFETERIA TABLES
 K-1 Description: Mobile Folding Table, 12’ long x 30” wide, 29” high, Top core shall be ¾”,
 45# P.C. density resin wood (no honeycomb), Chrome entire frame, Armor edge, Vinyl
 backing, Table must be UL Certified
 Equivalent / Equal
 Brand: SICO                           Model: TLB-41F                 $             (1-10)
 Brand: SICO                           Model: TLB-41F                 $             (10+)
 Brand:                                Model:                         $             (1-10)
 Brand:                                Model:                         $             (10+)

 K-2 Description: Mobile Folding Table/Seating Unit with attached ABS Stools, 12’ long x 30”
 wide, 29” high, with seating for 12. Top core shall be ¾”, 45# P.C. density resin wood (no
 honeycomb), Chrome entire frame, Armor edge, Vinyl backing, Table must be UL Certified
 Equivalent / Equal
 Brand: SICO                             Model: TTR-31F                  $             (1-10)
 Brand: SICO                             Model: TTR-31F                  $             (10+)
 Brand:                                  Model:                          $             (1-10)
 Brand:                                  Model:                          $             (10+)

 K-3 Description: Mobile Folding Table/Bench Unit with attached bench, 12’ long x 30” wide,
 29” high, with seats for 12. Top core shall be ¾”, 45# P.C. density resin wood (no
 honeycomb), Chrome entire frame, Armor edge, Vinyl backing, Table must be UL Certified
 Equivalent / Equal
 Brand: SICO                             Model: TBC-31F                   $         (1-10)
 Brand: SICO                             Model: TBC-31F                   $         (10+)
 Brand:                                  Model:                           $         (1-10)
 Brand:                                  Model:                           $         (10+)

 K-4 Description: Mobile Folding Table with attached seats, 60” Octagon, 27” high, seats for 8.
 Top core shall be ¾”, 45# P.C. density resin wood (no honeycomb), Chrome entire frame,
 Armor edge, Vinyl backing, Table must be UL Certified
 Equivalent / Equal
 Brand: SICO                             Model: TTG-31D               $              (1-10)
 Brand: SICO                             Model: TTG-31D               $              (10+)
 Brand:                                  Model:                       $              (1-10)
 Brand:                                  Model:                       $              (10+)

 K-5 Description: Mobile Folding Table ADA with attached seats, 60” Octagon, 29” high, seats
 for 6. Top core shall be ¾”, 45# P.C. density resin wood (no honeycomb), Chrome entire
 frame, Armor edge, Vinyl backing, Table must be UL Certified
 Equivalent / Equal
 Brand: SICO                             Model: TTM-31F                $            (1-10)
 Brand: SICO                             Model: TTM-31F                $            (10+)
 Brand:                                  Model:                        $            (1-10)
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 Brand:                                Model:                          $              (10+)

 K-6 Description: Mobile Folding Table ADA with attached seats, 60” Octagon, 32” high, seats
 for 6. Top core shall be ¾”, 45# P.C. density resin wood (no honeycomb), Chrome entire
 frame, Armor edge, Vinyl backing, Table must be UL Certified
 Equivalent / Equal
 Brand: SICO                             Model: TTM-31J                $            (1-10)
 Brand: SICO                             Model: TTM-31J                $            (10+)
 Brand:                                  Model:                        $            (1-10)
 Brand:                                  Model:                        $            (10+)

 K-7 Description: Mobile Folding Table ADA with attached seats, 54” x 60”, Oval, 27” high,
 seats for 8. Top core shall be ¾”, 45# P.C. density resin wood (no honeycomb), Chrome entire
 frame, Armor edge, Vinyl backing, Table must be UL Certified
 Equivalent / Equal
 Brand: SICO                              Model: STTB-31D                $           (1-10)
 Brand: SICO                              Model: SDDB-31D                $           (10+)
 Brand:                                   Model:                         $           (1-10)
 Brand:                                   Model:                         $           (10+)

 K-8 Description: Mobile Folding Table, 60” Round, 29” high. Top core shall be ¾”, 45# P.C.
 density resin wood (no honeycomb), Chrome entire frame, Armor edge, Vinyl backing, Table
 must be UL Certified
 Equivalent / Equal
 Brand: SICO                           Model: CP-075-150N             $             (1-10)
 Brand: SICO                           Model: CP-075-150N             $             (10+)
 Brand:                                Model:                         $             (1-10)
 Brand:                                Model:                         $             (10+)

 K-9 Description: Mobile Folding Table, 60” Round, 27” high. Top core shall be ¾”, 45# P.C.
 density resin wood (no honeycomb), Chrome entire frame, Armor edge, Vinyl backing, Table
 must be UL Certified
 Equivalent / Equal
 Brand: SICO                           Model: CP-070-150N             $             (1-10)
 Brand: SICO                           Model: CP-070-150N             $             (10+)
 Brand:                                Model:                         $             (1-10)
 Brand:                                Model:                         $             (10+)

 K-10 Description: Mobile Folding Table, 60” Octagon, 29” high. Top core shall be ¾”, 45#
 P.C. density resin wood (no honeycomb), Chrome entire frame, Armor edge, Vinyl backing,
 Table must be UL Certified
 Equivalent / Equal
 Brand: SICO                          Model: CP-575-150N             $              (1-10)
 Brand: SICO                          Model: CP-575-150N             $              (10+)
 Brand:                               Model:                         $              (1-10)
 Brand:                               Model:                         $              (10+)
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 K-11 Description: Mobile Folding Table, 60” Octagon, 27” high. Top core shall be ¾”, 45#
 P.C. density resin wood (no honeycomb), Chrome entire frame, Armor edge, Vinyl backing,
 Table must be UL Certified
 Equivalent / Equal
 Brand: SICO                          Model: CP-570-150N             $              (1-10)
 Brand: SICO                          Model: CP-570-150N             $              (10+)
 Brand:                               Model:                         $              (1-10)
 Brand:                               Model:                         $              (10+)

 K-12 Description: Mobile Rectangle Folding Table, 30” x 96”, 29” high. Top core shall be ¾”,
 45# P.C. density resin wood (no honeycomb), Chrome entire frame, Armor edge, Vinyl
 backing, Table must be UL Certified
 Equivalent / Equal
 Brand: SICO                           Model: CP-275-240N             $             (1-10)
 Brand: SICO                           Model: CP-275-240N             $             (10+)
 Brand:                                Model:                         $             (1-10)
 Brand:                                Model:                         $             (10+)



CATALOG DISCOUNT FOR MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS – Please include Current Catalogs, Manufacturer’s
Price List, Website Address, or indicate Shelf Price to which Quoted Discount applies. Vendors shall show their
responses in the spaces provided below. *If no freight terms are indicated your submittal will be considered free
freight.”


 Item Descriptions or Commodity Groups    Title and Date of Catalog,         Percent (%)    Freight   Delivery After
 to which Quoted Discounts apply          Manufacturer’s Price List,         Discount Off   Terms     Receipt of Order
 (Exceptions must be stated on separate   Website, or Shelf Price to which
 page)                                    Quoted Discounts applies




                                                                                       %


                                                                                       %


                                                                                       %


                                                                                       %
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                                         Repairs (if applicable)


Please indicate your procedure in handling warranty repairs. Although not required, the District prefers
vendors with headquarters and/or repair facilities in the Houston Metropolitan area to insure immediate
response and resolve.
In addition, please indicate your procedure for repair work, which is not covered by Manufacture/Dealer
Warranty.

 (WARRANTY)




 (W/O WARRANTY)
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                                        ATTACHMENT B

                               FELONY CONVICTION NOTICE


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

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

     THIS NOTICE IS NOT REQUIRED OF A PUBLICLY-HELD CORPORATION


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

Firm’s Name:

Authorized Company Official’s Name (please type/print):

A.   My firm is publicly-held corporation; therefore, this reporting requirement is not
     applicable.

     Signature of Company Official: ___________________________ Date: _____________

B.   My firm is not owned or operated by anyone who has been convicted of a felony.

     Signature of Company Official: ___________________________ Date: _____________

C.   My firm is owned or operated by the following individual(s) who has/have been convicted
     of a felony:

     Name of felon(s):

     Date(s) of Conviction(s):

Signature of Company Official: ___________________________ Date: _____________
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                                   ATTACHMENT C
                              NON-COLLUSION STATEMENT


“The undersigned affirms that he/she is duly authorized to execute this Bid/Proposal, that this
company, corporation, firm, partnership, or individual has not prepared this Bid/Proposal in
collusion with any other Bidder/Proposer, and that the contents of this Bid/Proposal as to prices,
terms or conditions of said Bid/Proposal have not been communicated by the undersigned nor by
any employee or agent to any other person engaged in this type of business prior to the official
opening of this Bid/Proposal.”




Firm Name

Address

City/State/Zip

Telephone Number:                                     Fax Number:

Bidder Signature:                                     Printed Name:

Position/Title:                                       Date Signed:



Signature of Company Official’s Authorizing Bid/Proposal:

Name of Company Official: (please type or print)

Position of Authorized Company Official:

Date Signed:
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                                       ATTACHMENT D

 CERTIFICATION REGARDING DEBARMENT, INELIGIBILITY AND VOLUNTARY
            EXCLUSION – LOWER TIER COVERED TRANSACTIONS
______________________________________________________________________________
U.S. Department of Agriculture

This certification is required by the regulations implementing Executive Order 12549,
Debarment and Suspension, 7 CFR Part 3017, Section 3017.510, Participants’ responsibilities.
The regulations were published as Part IV of the January 30, 1989, Federal Register (pages
4722-4733). Copies of the regulations may be obtained by contacting the Department of
Agriculture agency with which this transaction originated.

(Before completing certification, read the instructions below).

       The prospective lower tier participant certifies, by submission of this bid, that neither it
       nor its principals is presently debarred, suspended, proposed for debarment, declared
       ineligible, or voluntarily excluded from participation in this transaction by any Federal
       department or agency.

       When the prospective lower tier participant is unable to certify to any of the statements in
       this certification, such prospective participant shall attach an explanation to this bid.


       Organization Name


       Name and Title of Authorized Representative


       Signature                                                            Date


                   Instructions for Suspension/Debarment Certification Statement

1.   By checking a box (check only one), signing and dating the certification statement, the
     bidder certifies that neither it nor any of its principals (e.g. key employees) has been
     proposed for debarment, debarred or suspended by a federal agency on the date signed.

2.   The prospective bidder shall provide immediate written notice to the person to whom this
     bid is submitted if at any time the prospective bidder learns that its certification was
     erroneous when submitted or has become erroneous by reason of changed circumstances.

3.   Federal and State penalties exist for vendors and districts that knowingly enter into
     contracts with suspended/debarred persons.
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                                   ATTACHMENT E

                                     REFERENCES


1.   School District

     Contact Name

     Address

     Telephone Number                             Fax Number

2.   School District

     Contact Name

     Address

     Telephone Number                             Fax Number

3.   School District

     Contact Name

     Address

     Telephone Number                             Fax Number

4.   School District

     Contact Name

     Address

     Telephone Number                             Fax Number

5.   School District

     Contact Name

     Address

     Telephone Number_______________________ Fax Number________________________
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CSP 10-013 Classroom Furniture and Cafeteria Tables                                           Page 29 of 38

                                              ATTACHEMENT G
                                                  DEVIATIONS

Firm’s Name __________________________________________________________________________________
Address_______________________________________________________________________________________
City/State/Zip__________________________________________________________________________________
Telephone Number______________________________ Fax Number_____________________________________
E-mail________________________________________________________________________________________


If the undersigned Bidder/proposer intends to deviate from the Terms and Conditions or items Specifications listed
in this Bid/Proposal document, all such deviations must be listed on this page with complete and detailed conditions
and information included or attached. The District will consider any deviations in its Bid/Proposal award decisions,
and the District reserves the right to accept or reject any Bid/Proposal based upon any deviations indicated below or
in any attachments or inclusions.

In the absence of any deviation entry on this form, the Bidder/Proposer assures the District of his/her full
compliance with the Terms and Conditions, Items Specifications, and all other information contained in this
Bid/Proposal document.

Check response below:
□ No Deviations
□ Yes Deviations

_______________________________________                          ________________________________
Signature of Bidder/Proposer                                            Date Signed

If Yes is checked, please list below. Attach additional sheet(s) if warranted.

_____________________________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
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                                            ATTACHMENT H

                NATIONAL CRIMINAL HISTORY CERTIFICATION
                            (Supplier Employees)
Definitions:

Covered employees: Employees who have or will have continuing duties related to the service to be
performed at the District and have or will have direct contact with students. The District will be the final
arbiter of what constitutes direct contact with students.

Disqualifying criminal history: Any conviction or other criminal history information designated by the
District, or one of the following offenses, if at the time of the offense, the victim was under 18 or enrolled
in a public school: (a) a felony offense under Title 5, Texas Penal Code; (b) an offense for which a
defendant is required to register as a sex offender under Chapter 62, Texas Code of Criminal Procedure;
or (c) an equivalent offense under federal law or the laws of another state.


On behalf of _________________________________________________ (“Supplier”), I certify that
(check one):

       None of Supplier’s employees are covered employees, as defined above. If this box
        is checked, I further certify that Supplier has taken precautions or imposed conditions to
        ensure that Supplier’s employees will not become covered employees. Supplier will
        maintain these precautions or conditions throughout the time the contracted services are
        provided.

Or

       Some or all of Supplier’s employees are covered employees. If this box is checked, I
        further certify that:

               1. Supplier has obtained all required criminal history record information regarding its
                  covered employees. None of the covered employees has a disqualifying criminal
                  history.

               2. If Supplier receives information that a covered employee subsequently has a reported
                  criminal history, Supplier will immediately remove the covered employee from contract
                  duties and notify the District in writing within 3 business days.

               3. Upon request, Supplier will provide the District with the name and any other requested
                  information of covered employees so that the District may obtain criminal history record
                  information on the covered employees.

               4. If the District objects to the assignment of a covered employee on the basis of the
                  covered employee’s criminal history record information, Supplier agrees to discontinue
                  using the covered employee to provide services at the District.

Noncompliance or misrepresentation regarding this certification may be grounds for contract termination.


________________________________________                            ____________________________
Signature                                                           Date
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                              Instructions to School District Contractors
                           Regarding Criminal History Background Searches
                                         Under Senate Bill 9

Senate Bill 9 directs school district contractors to obtain state and national criminal history background
searches on their employees who will have direct contact with students, and to receive those results
through the DPS criminal history clearinghouse (Fingerprint-based Applicant Clearinghouse of Texas –
FACT). In order for contractors to receive the information through FACT, they must first establish an
account with the DPS for FACT clearinghouse access. The Company owner must sign a user agreement
with the DPS. To obtain the user agreement and more information, please contact:

                                     Access and Dissemination Bureau
                                     Texas Department of Public Safety
                                         Crime Records Division
                                             P.O. Box 149322
                                        Austin, Texas 78714-9322
                                      Email: FACT@txdps.state.tx.us
                                          Phone: (512)424-2365

For fastest service, please email or call. In the message state that you are a school district contractor and
need to have an account established for DPS FACT clearinghouse access. Please include:

                                           Company Name
                                          Company Address
                                           Company Phone
                                 Name of Company point of contact
                                 Phone of Company point of contact
                Company email to be used for notification of FACT records and messages

The information in the DPS FACT Clearinghouse is confidential, and access must be restricted to the
least number of persons needed to review the records. The account must include at least one designated
supervisor to make necessary changes and to monitor the site’s security and the access to the criminal
history data retrieved. Additional users must be limited to those who need to request, retrieve, or evaluate
data regarding the individual applicants.

PLEASE NOTE: After you sign the DPS User Agreement for FACT, DPS will provide you with a
revised FAST Fingerprint Pass that you will have to provide your employees and applicants. Your
employees and applicants will use that FAST Fingerprint Pass when scheduling their FAST
fingerprinting.
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                                              ATTACHMENT I

                                 DISTRICT VENDOR INFORMATION

The following information is required when submitting a response to this solicitation. Please complete ALL areas.
Mark N/A for those which are not applicable. Type or print legibly all responses.

1.      a.          LEGAL NAME OF FIRM: ________________________________________________________

        b.          DBA OR BUSINESS NAME (if different): ___________________________________________

2.      ADDRESS OF FIRM (WHERE PURCHASE ORDERS SHOULD BE SENT):

              a.     STREET ADDRESS: ____________________________________________________________

              b.     CITY: _______________________________ STATE: _______________ZIP: _______________

              c.     ALTERNATE ADDRESS: _____YES _____NO (If yes, attach separate sheet with information.
                   (Address used for returns, etc, if different from #2 and #3).

3.      PAY OR REMIT ADDRESS:

        a.          LEGAL NAME OF FIRM: _______________________________________________________

        b.          MAILING ADDRESS: __________________________________________________________

         c.         CITY: _________________________________STATE: ______________ ZIP: _____________

         d.         PAYMENT TERMS (e.g., 2%10, net 30, etc): ________________________________________

4.      FIRM TELEPHONE NUMBER: ____________________TOLL FREE NUMBER: __________________

        FAX NUMBER: __________________________E-MAIL: _____________________________________

        WEBSITE: ____________________________________________________________________________

5.      a.          FIRM’S FEDERAL IDENTIFICATION NUMBER: ____________________________________
        b.          ALL VENDORS ARE REQUIRED TO SUBMIT A FEDERAL IRS W-9 FORM.
        c.          Please provide a brief description of the types of goods and/or services you offer.
                    _______________________________________________________________________________
                    _______________________________________________________________________________

6.      DISTRICT CONTACT: ____________________________ PHONE: ______________________________

        E-MAIL: ______________________________________________________________________________

I affirm, under penalty of perjury, that I am authorized to submit this information on behalf of (name of firm)
_________________________________________________________and that the information contained herein is
true and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief.


Name (Typed/Printed): ______________________________Position with company_________________

Signature: ________________________________________ Date: ______________________________
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                                              ATTACHMENT J
                          CLEAN AIR & WATER ACT CERTIFICATION


I certify that my company is in compliance with all applicable standards, orders or regulations issued pursuant
to the Clean Air Act of 1970, as amended ( 42 U.S.C. 1857(h), Section 508 of the Clean Water Act, as
amended (33 U.S.C. 1368), Executive Order 117389 and Environmental Protection Agency Regulation, 40
CFR Part 15 as required under OMB Circular A-102, Attachment O, Paragraph 14 (1) regarding reporting
violations to the grantor agency and to the United States Environmental Protection Agency Assistant
Administrator for the Enforcement.




Firm Name___________________________________________________________________________
Address______________________________________________________________________________
City/State/Zip _________________________________________________________________________
Telephone____________________________________________________________________________
Authorized Company Official’s Name:            _______________________________________________
                                                        (Typed or Printed)
Title of Authorized Representative:            _______________________________________________
                                                        (Typed or Printed)
Signature of Authorized Company Official:       ______________________________________________
                               Date Signed:     ______________________________________________
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                                      ATTACHMENT K
                             DISCLOSURE OF LOBBYING ACTIVITIES
Instructions for Completion of SF-LLL, Disclosure of Lobbying Activities
This disclosure form shall be completed by the reporting entity, whether subawardee or prime Federal recipient, at the
Initiation or receipt of a covered Federal action, or a material change to a previous filing, pursuant to title 31 U.S.C. section
1352. The filing of a form is required for each payment or agreement to make payment to any lobbying entity for influencing
or attempting to influence an officer or employees of any agency, a Member of Congress, an officer or employee of Congress,
or an employee of a Member of Congress in connection with a covered Federal action. Use the SF-LLL-A Continuation Sheet
for additional information if the space on the form is inadequate. Complete all items that apply for both the initial filing and
material change report. Refer to the implementing guidance published by the Office of Management and Budget for additional
information.
      1. Identify the type of covered Federal action for which lobbying activity is and/or has been secured to influence the
           outcome of a covered Federal Action.
      2. Identify the status of the covered Federal Action.
      3. Identify the appropriate classification of this report. If this is a follow-up report caused by a material change to the
           information previously reported, enter the year and quarter in which the change occurred. Enter the date of the last
           previously submitted report by this reporting entity for this covered Federal Action.
      4. Enter the full name, address, city, state and zip code of the reporting entity. Include Congressional District, if known.
           Check the appropriate classification of the reporting entity that designates if it is, or expects to be, a prime or
                                                                                                                        st
           subaward recipient. Identify the tier of the subawardee, e.g., the first subawardee of the prime is the 1 tier.
           Subawards include but are not limited to subcontracts, subgrants, and contract awards under grants.
      5. If the organization filing the report in item 4 checks “Subawardee,” then enter the full name, address, city, state and
           zip code of the prime Federal recipient. Include Congressional District, if known.
      6. Enter the name of the Federal Agency making the award or loan commitment. Include at least one organizational
           level below agency name, if known. For example, Department of Transportation, United States Coast Guard.
      7. Enter the Federal program name or description for the covered Federal action (item 1). If known, enter the full
           Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance (CFDA) number for grants, cooperative agreements, loans, and loan
           commitments.
      8. Enter the most appropriate Federal identifying number available for the Federal action identified in item 1 (e.g.,
           Request for Proposal (RFP) number; Invitation for Bid (IFB) number; grant announcement number; the contract,
           grant, or loan award number; the application proposal control number assigned by the Federal agency). Include
           prefixes, e.g., “RFP-DE-90-001.”
      9. For a covered Federal action where there has been an award or loan commitment by the Federal agency, enter the
           Federal amount of the award/loan commitment for the prime entity identified in item 4 or 5.
      10. (a) Enter the full name, address, city, state and zip code of the lobbying entity engaged by the reporting entity
           identified in item 4 to influence the covered Federal action.(b) Enter the full names of the individual(s) performing
           services, and include full address if different from 10 (a). Enter Last Name, First Name, and Middle Initial (MI).
      11. Enter the amount of compensation paid or reasonably expected to be paid by the reporting entity (item 4) to the
           lobbying entity (item 10). Indicate whether the payment has been made (actual) or will be made (planned). Check all
           boxes that apply. If this is a material change report, enter the cumulative amount of payment made or planned to be
           made.
      12. Check the appropriate box(es). Check all boxes that apply. If payment is made through an in-kind contribution,
           specify the nature and value of the in-kind payment.
      13. Check the appropriate box(es). Check all boxes that apply. If other, specify nature.
      14. Provide a specific and detailed description of the services that the lobbyist has performed, or will be expected to
           perform, and the date(s) of any services rendered. Include all preparatory and related activity, not just time spent in
           actual contact with Federal officials. Identify the Federal official(s) or employee(s) contact or the officer(s),
           employee(s), or Member(s) of Congress that were contacted.
      15. Check whether or not a SF-LLL-A Continuation Sheet(s) is attached.
      16. The certifying official shall sign and date the form, print his/her name, title, and telephone number.
Public reporting burden for this collection of information is estimated to average 30 minutes per response, including time for
reviewing instructions, searching existing data sources, gathering and maintaining the data needed, and completing and
reviewing the collection of information. Send comments regarding the burden estimate or any other aspect of this collection of
information, including suggestions for reducing this burden, to the Office of Management and Budget, Paperwork Reduction
Project (0348-0046), Washington, D.C 20503.
            CSP 10-013 Classroom Furniture and Cafeteria Tables                                              Page 35 of 38


     Complete this form to disclose lobbying activities pursuant to 31 U.S.C. 1352 (if not applicable please indicate and sign)
     (See previous page for disclosure regarding public reporting burden)
     Approved by OMB
     0348-0046
     1. Types of Federal Action:                   2. Status of Federal Action:                      3. Report Type:

               a. contract                                         a. bid / offer / application                a.      initial filing
b.                grant                                            b. initial award                            b.      material change
               c. cooperative agreement                            c. post-award
               d. loan                                                                               For Material Change Only:
               e. loan guarantee
               f. loan insurance
                                                                                                                    year____
                                                                                                                    quarter______

                                                                                                       date of last report______
     4. Name and Address of Reporting Entity                                      5. If Reporting Entity in No. 4 is Subawardee, Enter
     Prime        Subawardee                                                    Name and Address of Prime:
     Tier______, if known
     Congressional District, if known:                                            Congressional District, if known:
     6. Federal Department/Agency:                                                7. Federal Program Name/Description:
                                                                                  CFDA Number, if applicable:___________
     8. Federal Action Number, if known:                                          9. Award Amount, if known:
                                                                                  $
     10. a. Name and Address of Lobbying Entity(if individual, last name,         b. Individuals Performing Services(including address if
     first name, MI):                                                             different from No. 10a) (last name, first name, MI):

                                             (attach Continuation Sheet(s) SF-LLL-A, if necessary)
     11. Amount of Payment (check all that apply):                             13. Type of Payment (check all that apply):
                                                                                    □ a. retainer
     $ ___________ □ actual           □ planned                                     □ b. one-time fee
                                                                                    □ c. commission
                                                                                    □ d. contingent fee
                                                                                    □ e. deferred
                                                                                    □ f. other; specify:__________________
     12. Form of payment (check all that apply):
          □ a. cash
          □ b. in-kind; specify: nature
     14. Brief Description of Services Performed or to be Performed and Date(s) of Service, including officer(s), or Member(s)
     contacted, for Payment Indicated in Item 11:
                                             (attach Continuation Sheet(s) SF-LLL-A, if necessary)
     15. Continuation Sheet(s) SF-LLL-A:         □ Yes     □ No
     16. Information requested through this form is authorized by article 31
     U.S.C. Section 1352. This disclosure of lobbying activities is a material    Signature: _______________________________
     representation of fact upon which reliance was placed by the tier above
     when this transaction was made or entered into. This disclosure is           Print Name:______________________________
     required pursuant to 31 U.S.C. 1352. This information will be reported
     to the Congress semi-annually and will be available for public               Title: ___________________________________
     inspection. Any person who fails to file the required disclosure shall be
     subject to a civil penalty of not less than $10,000 and not more than        Telephone No.: ___________________________
     $100,000 for each such failure.
                                                                                  Date: ___________________________________
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SECTION V
NOTICE OF NO SUBMISSION (required only if not submitting proposal)


Complete this form and return it prior to proposal due date and time if:

        1.      Our company cannot provide the products, supplies and/or services listed in this bid. MOVE
                our company name and address to the following category(ies) so that we may be included in the
                proper GALENA PARK ISD proposal(s):
        _______________________________________________________________________________


        2.      KEEP our name on the proposal list because we have decided NOT to submit a proposal at this
                time for the following reason(s):
        _______________________________________________________________________________


        3.      REMOVE our name from all GALENA PARK ISD proposal lists for the reason(s) listed:

        _______________________________________________________________________________

COMPANY NAME:_____________________________________________________________________

REPRESENTATIVE: (Please Print)_________________________________________________________

ADDRESS:____________________________________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________________________________

PHONE NUMBER:______________________________ FAX NUMBER:__________________________

REQUEST FOR BID/RFP CLASSROOM FURNITURE AND CAFETERIA TABLES

MAIL TO:         GALENA PARK ISD
                 ATTN: PURCHASING DEPARTMENT
                 14705 Woodforest Blvd.
                 Houston, TX 77015

RE:              No Bid – CSP #10-013 – Classroom Furniture and Cafeteria Tables

                 ***OR***

                 FAX TO: (832) 386-1429 – PURCHASING DEPARTMENT

SIGNATURE: _________________________________________________________________________

TITLE: ____________________________________ DATE: _____________________________________

BIDDERS WHO RESPOND TO THIS REQUEST WITH A FORMAL PROPOSAL WILL REMAIN
ON OUR MAILING LIST. BIDDERS MAKING NO RESPONSE AT ALL MAY BE REMOVED
FROM OUR BIDDER LIST.
CSP 10-013 Classroom Furniture and Cafeteria Tables                                 Page 38 of 38


To be considered a responsive Bid/Proposal, all pages requiring signature (including but not limited to
Forms mentioned below) plus any/all attachments, must be completed with all requested information,
SIGNED and RETURNED SEALED in an envelope or other appropriate package adequate to conceal
and contain the contents prior to the Bid/Proposal date and time.

Please verify that the documents listed below have been completed, signed, and included in your
Bid/Proposal or RFCSP prior to submittal. Failure to return these documents may cause your
Bid/Proposal to be rejected.

□ Completed – Submittal Certification, Section IV (page 13)

□ Completed – Bid/Proposal Form, Section IV (pages 14-23)

□ Completed – Felony Conviction Notice, Section IV (page 24)

□ Completed – Non Collusion Statement, Section IV (page 25)

□ Completed – Debarment Form , Section IV (page 26)

□ Completed – References Form, Section IV (page 27)

□ Completed – Conflict of Interest Questionnaire, Section IV (page 28)

□ Completed – Deviation/Compliance Form, Section IV (page 29)

□ Completed – National Criminal History Certification, Section IV (page 30)

□ Completed – District Vendor Information Form, Section IV(page 32)

□ Completed – Clean Air & Water Act Certification Form, Section IV(page 33)

□ Completed – Disclosure of Lobbying Activities Form, Section IV(page 35)

□ Completed – W-9 Form, (page 36)

				
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