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                 SPRING BRANCH INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
                          Duncan Klussmann, Ed.D, Superintendent of Schools

                                   PURCHASING DEPARTMENT
                       1031 Witte Road, Building E, Houston, Texas 77055-6016
                               Phone 713.365.5223 Fax 713.365.5214


                                                             Date:         March 23, 2007



                   NOTICE TO PROPOSERS
The SPRING BRANCH INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT, hereinafter referred to as SBISD, is
accepting sealed proposals as specified in this document. Sealed proposals will be received at the
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office of the Director of Purchasing, SBISD, 1031 Witte Road, Building E (2 Floor), Houston, Texas
77055-6016 until:

                                              ANNUAL CONTRACT FOR DESKTOP AND LAPTOP
APRIL 24, 2007 @ 2:00 PM               for    COMPUTERS, PRINTERS, AND SUPPORT SERVICES

Proposals will be publicly opened and read immediately following the deadline for receiving the
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proposals at 1031 Witte Road, Building E (2 Floor). Any questions pertaining to the proposal
procedure should be addressed to the Bid Specialist at 713/365-5223, extension 2326. Any questions
pertaining to the proposal specifications should be directed to Director of Purchasing, at
713/365-5223, extension 2325.

      PROPOSAL ENVELOPES SHALL BE PLAINLY MARKED
        SEALED PROPOSAL FOR:                                         PROPOSAL NO. 8330P

        ANNUAL CONTRACT FOR
        DESKTOP AND LAPTOP COMPUTERS, PRINTERS AND SUPPORT SERVICES

        DO NOT OPEN UNTIL:                   APRIL 24, 2007 @ 2:00 PM


Any proposal received later than the specified time, whether delivered in person or mailed, shall be
disqualified.

The evaluation criteria specified herein will be used to determine which of the proposals provide the
best quality for SBISD at the most economical cost. SBISD reserves the right to request post-
proposal modifications, including best and final offers and considerations. SBISD reserves the right to
accept or reject any or all proposals, to waive all technicalities, and to accept the proposal(s) that is
determined to be the most favorable to SBISD. Recognizing that there are important considerations
other than price, SBISD may not necessarily award to the lowest proposer.

Proposals must be effective for ninety days following deadline for the receipt of proposals.




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                                     S C O P E OF P R O P O S A L


It is the intention of the Spring Branch Independent School District (SBISD) to establish a single
contract for desktop and laptop computers, printers and complete support services to be purchased
September 1, 2007 through June 30, 2008. Quantities provided should not be construed to be a
guarantee of either minimum or maximum quantities as purchases are dependent upon need and
available funding.

SBISD also desires to establish a single multi-year contract for the purchase of approximately six
thousand (6,000) desktop and five hundred (500) laptop computers over a three year period and the
maintenance of computers and printers not covered by warranty. This contract may be renewed
annually for years two and three, July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2009 and July 1, 2009 through
June 30, 2010.

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
SBISD Central Warehouse, delivery hours are 7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. NO DELIVERIES WILL BE
ACCEPTED AFTER 3:00 P.M.

A pre-proposal conference will be held on April 4, 2007 @ 2:00 PM at the SBISD Data
Communications Theater, 10670 Hammerly, Houston, TX 77043. Non-attendance may be grounds
for disqualification at the option of SBISD.

ADDENDA TO RFP. SBISD reserves the right to revise and amend the specifications prior to the
date set for the opening. Respondents are requested to clarify any ambiguity, conflict, discrepancy,
omission or other error(s) in the RFP in writing and request modification or clarification desired.
Revisions or amendments, if any, will be made by issuing an addendum. Every effort will be made to
send addenda issued to the parties known to have been furnished a complete copy of the RFP. All
questions must be received in writing by the Director of Purchasing via fax (713/365-5216) no
later than 12:00 p.m. on April 12, 2007. No addenda will be issued later than April 18, 2007,
except an addendum withdrawing the proposal or postponing the opening of the proposal. It is the
responsibility of each Proposer, prior to submitting the proposal, to contact the Purchasing
Department to determine if addenda were issued and, if so, to obtain such addenda for attachment to
the Proposal.


NOTE:
Spring Branch ISD will be closed on Good Friday, Friday, April 6, 2007.




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1.0.0    GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR PROPOSALS

1.1.0       APPLICABILITY – These conditions are applicable 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.

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

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

            1.3.1     DISTRICT SPECIFICATIONS have been developed by the Using Department to
                      show minimal standards as to the usage, materials, and contents based on their
                      needs.

            1.3.2     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.

1.4.0       QUESTIONS concerning this proposal shall be addressed to the Executive Administrator
            of Purchasing and Contracts, SBISD.

1.5.0       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.

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

1.7.0       REQUIRED ADDENDA will be issued by SBISD Purchasing Department to all those
            known to have received a complete set of proposal documents.

1.8.0       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.

1.9.0       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 SBISD Central Warehouse, delivery hours are 7:00 a.m. to 3:00
            p.m. NO DELIVERIES WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER 3:00 P.M.

1.10.0      WARRANTY CONDITIONS for all supplies and/or equipment shall be considered
            manufacturer‟s MAXIMUM standard warranty unless otherwise agreed to in writing.
            Proposer shall be an authorized dealer, distributor or manufacturer for the product. All
            equipment proposed shall be new unless clearly stated in writing. Alternate options to
            purchase extended warranties will be itemized in the proposal document. The proposer




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1.0.0    GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR PROPOSALS, continued

            agrees to make initial “on-site” visits to determine if there is a problem at no cost ($0.00) to
            SBISD without any first level support from District employees. The proposer will provide an
            online help desk ticket with individual logins for each of the SBISD technician. The
            proposer’s online system will email the SBISD technician when the ticket is issued,
            updated and closed. SBISD will cross-reference the proposer’s ticket number with the
            SBISD in-house 365GEEK ticket number.

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

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

            1.11.2     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.

1.12.0      THOSE WHO DO NOT PROPOSE are requested to notify the SBISD 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.

1.13.0      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
            the SBISD to purchase on the basis of low proposals alone.

1.14.0      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.

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

            1.14.2     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.

1.15.0      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 efforts attempt by the District to obtain
                 and appropriate funds for payment of the contract.




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1.0.0    GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR PROPOSALS, continued

1.16.0      ALL CONTRACTS AND AGREEMENTS between Merchants and SBISD shall strictly
            adhere to the statutes as set forth in the Uniform Commercial Code as last amended in
            2001 by the American Law Institute in the National Conference of Commissioners on
            Uniform State Laws. Reference: Uniform Commercial Code, 2002, or latest, Official Text.

1.17.0      CONTRACTS FOR PURCHASE will be put into effect by means of a purchase order(s)
            executed by the Executive Administrator of Purchasing and Contracts after proposals
            have been awarded.

            1.17.1     Any additional agreements/contracts to be signed by SBISD shall be included
                       with the proposal.

            1.17.2     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.

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

1.18.0      ASSIGNMENTS AND SUBCONTRACTING: If it is the intention of the proposer to
            subcontract out any part of this proposal, details about which parts and services are being
            subcontracted must be provided with the proposal. All company information required of the
            proposer is also required for all subcontractors. Payment can only be made to the Supplier
            named in this order.

1.19.0      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.

1.20.0      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”.

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

            1.   purchase on the open market and charge the vendor the difference between contract
                 price and actual purchase price, or

            2.   deduct such charges from existing invoice totals currently due, or

            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.


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1.0.0    GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR PROPOSALS, continued

1.22.0      OTHER REQUIREMENTS. Any problems or discrepancies that are not covered by the
            above requirements should be directed to the Executive Administrator of Purchasing and
            Contracts 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.

1.23.0 PROPOSAL DOCUMENTS. Proposals shall be submitted by the Proposers; one (1) original
       and five (5) copies, marked as such.

1.24.0 INSTALLATION. Where specified, installation requirements must be met. The contractor
       shall not deliver the equipment for the District to hold prior to installation without written
       approval from the Chief Information Officer or designee. Presented with an appropriate
       written request, the District may provide a staging area for freight handling, but will in no way
       accept any responsibility for damage or loss in this process, nor shall it transfer, handle, or be
       accountable for any item until it is accepted and installed as specified.




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2.0.0   SPECIAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

2.1.0   Final decision will be based on price, services offered and completeness of proposal.

2.2.0   PROJECT MANAGEMENT
        The Chief Information Officer or designee will oversee the execution of this contract. The
        awarded vendor should have one and only one representative for the duration of the project.
        The awarded vendor representative will be responsible for coordinating ALL subcontractor
        work and communication. The SBISD project manager will make all requests for
        modifications to the original agreement in writing to the awarded vendor‟s project manager.
        Communication will ONLY BE between the SBISD project manager and the awarded
        vendor‟s project manager.

2.3.0   EMPLOYEE SOLICITATIONS
        SBISD and awarded vendor shall agree that, during the term of the contract, neither party will
        directly solicit, induce, or attempt to induce any of the other party‟s employees to leave the
        employment of the other party. This provision does not, however, restrict an employee of
        either party from exercising his/her individual rights to apply for any vacant position(s) with
        the other party.

2.4.0   TERM
        SBISD also desires to establish a single multi-year contract for the purchase of approximately
        six thousand (6,000) desktop and five hundred (500) laptop computers over a three year
        period and the maintenance of computers and printers not covered by warranty. This contract
        may be renewed annually for years two and three, July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2009 and
        July 1, 2009 through
        June 30, 2010.

2.5.0   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 SBISD Central Warehouse, delivery hours are 7:00 a.m. to 3:00
        p.m. NO DELIVERIES WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER 3:00 P.M.

2.6.0       WARRANTY CONDITIONS for all supplies and/or equipment shall be considered
            manufacturer‟s MAXIMUM standard warranty unless otherwise agreed to in writing.
            Proposer shall be an authorized dealer, distributor or manufacturer for the product. All
            equipment proposed shall be new unless clearly stated in writing. Alternate options to
            purchase extended warranties will be itemized in the proposal document. The proposer
            agrees to make initial “on-site” visits to determine if there is a problem at no cost ($0.00) to
            SBISD without any first level support from District employees. The proposer will provide an
            online help desk ticket with individual logins for each of the SBISD technician. The
            proposer’s online system will email the SBISD technician when the ticket is issued,
            updated and closed. SBISD will cross-reference the proposer’s ticket number with the
            SBISD in-house 365GEEK ticket number.

2.7.0   A pre-proposal conference will be held on April 4, 2007 @ 2:00 PM at the SBISD Data
        Communications Theater, Houston, TX 77043. Non-attendance may be grounds for
        disqualification at the option of SBISD.

2.8.0   ADDENDA TO RFP. SBISD reserves the right to revise and amend the specifications prior to
        the date set for the opening. Respondents are requested to clarify any ambiguity, conflict,
        discrepancy, omission or other error(s) in the RFP in writing and request modification or
        clarification desired. Revisions or amendments, if any, will be made by issuing an addendum.
        Every effort will be made to send addenda issued to the parties known to have been
        furnished a complete copy of the RFP. All questions must be received in writing by the
        Director of Purchasing via fax (713/365-5216) no later than 12:00 p.m. on April 12, 2007.

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2.0.0   SPECIAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS, continued

        No addenda will be issued later than April 18, 2007, except an addendum withdrawing the
        proposal or postponing the opening of the proposal. It is the responsibility of each Proposer,
        prior to submitting the proposal, to contact the Purchasing Department to determine if
        addenda were issued and, if so, to obtain such addenda for attachment to the Proposal.

2.9.0   PROPOSAL DOCUMENTS. Proposals shall be submitted by the Proposers; one (1) original
        and five (5) copies, marked as such.

2.10.0 INSTALLATION. Where specified, installation requirements must be met. The contractor
       shall not deliver the equipment for the District to hold prior to installation without written
       approval from the Chief Information Officer or designee. Presented with an appropriate
       written request, the District may provide a staging area for freight handling, but will in no way
       accept any responsibility for damage or loss in this process, nor shall it transfer, handle, or be
       accountable for any item until it is accepted and installed as specified.

2.11.0 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. 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 cause. The termination will become effective and this Agreement shall terminate thirty
       (30) days following written notification of intent. The awarded vendor(s) shall provide SBISD
       sixty (60) days notice of intent to terminate or cancel contract.

2.12.0 HOLD HARMLESS. Vendor(s) shall indemnify and hold harmless the SBISD and its Board
       of Trustees, officers, agents, employees from all suits, actions, losses, damages, claims or
       liability of any character, type, or description, including but not limited to, all expenses of
       litigation, court cost, penalties, and attorney‟s fees the SBISD incurs defending any action,
       suit, or claim from any source whatsoever and of any kind or nature arising directly or
       indirectly on the part of vendor, its agents, employees, contractors, and suppliers, out of the
       operation under this agreement.

2.13.0 EVALUATION OF PROPOSALS
       An evaluation committee will review and evaluate all proposals and make a recommendation
       to the SBISD Board of Trustees for recommended award of contracts. The evaluation will be
       based on the following criteria, including:
           Quality of product line offered
           Quantity of line items available that are used by district
           Customer support
           Suppliers demonstrated ability to perform
           Pricing




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2.0.0      SPECIAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS, continued

2.14.0 INSURANCE

Vendor(s) shall indemnify and hold harmless the SBISD and its Board of Trustees, officers, agents,
employees from all suits, actions, losses, damages, claims or liability of any character, type, or
description, including but not limited to, all expenses of litigation, court cost, penalties, and attorney‟s
fees the SBISD incurs defending any action, suit, or claim from any source whatsoever and of any
kind or nature arising directly or indirectly on the part of vendor, its agents, employees, contractors,
and suppliers, out of the operation under this agreement.

The selected vendor(s) will be required to supply an insurance certificate naming SBISD as an
additional insured.

The successful vendor(s) will be required to supply proof of insurance in accordance with the
following schedule prior to the start of the project. The District requires that insurance be placed only
with companies that have achieved at least an “A” rating with A.M. Best.

The insurance requirements, as listed in this document, also apply to any sub-contractor(s) in the
event that any work is sublet. The contractor is responsible to insure that the sub-contractor(s) meets
the minimum insurance requirement limits as by law.

The vendor(s) shall agree to waive all right of subrogation against the district, its officials, employees
and volunteers for losses arising from work performed by contractor to the district.

                                     CERTIFICATES OF INSURANCE
Certificates of Insurance, name and address of Contractor, the limits of liability, the effective dates of
each policy and policy number shall be submitted to Owner prior to commencement of work. The
insurance company shall be licensed in the State where the Work is located and shall be acceptable
to the Owner.
An added endorsement obligating the insurance carrier to give Owner at least 30 days written notice
prior to cancellation or material alteration of the policy shall also be submitted by the Contractor with
the Certificates of Insurance.

                   Type of Coverage                 Limits of Liability

           A. Commercial General Liability          General Aggregate                          $1,000,000
                                                    Products / Completed
                                                    Operations. Aggregate                      $2,000,000

           B. Automobile Liability                  Combined Single Limit (CSL)                  $500,000

           C. Worker's Compensation                 Statutory Limits

           D. Employers' Liability          Each Accident                                        $100,000
                                            Disease (Policy Limit)                               $500,000
                                            Disease (Each Employee)                              $100,000
    SBISD must be named as an Additional Named Insured and subrogation against
    the District must be waived.

        SBISD must have 30 days written notice of policy cancellation or change.

           The insurance carrier must be an “A+” rated carrier.

______ The coverage afforded by the carrier will be primary over any other applicable insurance.


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3.0.0   FELONY CONVICTION NOTICE

                    th
State of Texas 74 Legislative Session of 1995, Chapter 260, Section 76, added Education Code,
Section 44.034, Notification of Criminal History of Contractor:

Subsection (a) states “a person or business entity that enters into a contract with a school district
must give advance notice to the district if the person or an owner or operator of the business entity
has been convicted of a felony. The notice must include a general description of the conduct resulting
in the conviction of a felony”.

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

Subsection (c) states “ This section does not apply to a Publicly-Held Corporation.



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

Vendor‟s Name:



Authorized Company Official‟s Name (Printed):



A.      My firm is not owned or operated by anyone who has been convicted of a felony.
        Signature of Company Official:



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




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




Signature of Company Official:

Date:


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4.0.0    CERTIFICATE OF RESIDENCY


The State of Texas has passed a law concerning non-resident contractors. This law can be found in
Texas Government Code under Chapter 2252, Subchapter A.
http://www.capitol.state.tx.us/statutes/go/go0225200.html#go001.2252.001. This law makes it
necessary for the SBISD to determine the residency of its bidders. In part, this law reads as follows:

“Section: 2252.001
(3)     „Non-resident bidder‟ refers to a person who is not a resident.

(4)      „Resident bidder‟ refers to a person whose principal place of business is in this state,
         including a contractor whose ultimate parent company or majority owner has its principal
         place of business in this state.

Section: 2252.002
        A governmental entity may not award a governmental contract to a nonresident bidder unless
        the nonresident underbids the lowest proposal submitted by a responsible resident bidder by
        an amount that is not less than the amount by which a resident bidder would be required to
        underbid the nonresident bidder to obtain a comparable contract in the state in which the
        nonresident‟s principal place of business is located.”



I certify that
                                            (Name of Company Bidding)

is, under Section: 2252.001 (3) and (4), a

                   Resident Bidder                              Non-resident Bidder


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

                                                     in the state of                                  .


                                   Signature of Authorized Company Representative


                                                    Print Name


                                   Title                                              Date




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5.0.0    DISCLOSURE: CONFLICT OF INTEREST STATEMENT

        SPRING BRANCH INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT – PURCHASING DEPARTMENT

Notice to Vendors:        Conflict of Interest Questionnaire Required by Chapter 176 of the Texas
                          Local Government Code

Effective January 1, 2006, any person or entity who contracts of seeks to contract with SBISD for the
sale or purchase of property, goods, or services (as well as agents of such persons) (hereafter
referred to as Vendors) are required to file a Conflict of Interest Questionnaire with the District. Each
covered person or entity who seeks to or who contracts with SBISD is responsible for complying with
any applicable disclosure requirements. SBISD will post the completed questionnaires on its website.

The Conflict of Interest Questionnaire must be filed:

         No later than the seventh business day after the date that the Vendor begins contract
         discussions or negotiations with the government entity, or submits to the entity an application,
         response to a request for proposal or bid, correspondence, or other writing related to a
         potential agreement with the entity.

         The Vendor also shall file an updated questionnaire not later than September 1 of each year
         in which a covered transaction is pending, and the seventh business day after the date of an
         event that would make a statement in the questionnaire incomplete or inaccurate.

Note: A Vendor is not required to file an updated questionnaire if the person had filed an updated
statement on or after June 1, but before September 1 of the year.

The Conflict of Interest Questionnaire may be downloaded from the SBISD website at
http://www.springbranchisd.com/menu/dept/department.htm.

Completed form should be sent to:

         Spring Branch Independent School District
         Attn: Purchasing Department
         1031 Witte Road, Building E
         Houston, Texas 77055-6016
         Phone: 713.365.5223




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   CONFLICT OF INTEREST QUESTIONNAIRE                                                                            FORM          CIQ
   For vendor or other person doing business with local governmental entity

   This questionnaire is being filed in accordance with chapter 176 o f the Local                           OFFICE USE ONLY
   Government Code by a person doing business with the governmental entity.                            Date Received

   By law this questionnaire must be filed with the records administrator of the
   local government not later than the 7th business day after the date the
   person becomes aware of facts that require the statement to be filed. See
   Section 176.006, Local Government Code.
   A person commits an offense if the person violates Section 176.006, Local
   Government Code. An offense under this section is a Class C misdemeanor.
   Name of person doing business with local governmental entity.




           Check this box if you are filing an update to a previously filed questionnaire.

           (The law requires that you file an updated completed questionnaire with the appropriate filing authority not later than
           September 1 of the year for which an activity described in Section 176.006(a), Local Government Code, is pending and
           not later than the 7th business day after the date the originally filed questionnaire becomes incomplete or inaccurate.)




   Name each employee or contractor of the local governmental entity who makes recommendations to a local government
   officer of the governmental entity with respect to expenditures of money AND describe the affiliation or business relationship.




   Name each local government officer who appoints or employs local government officers of the governmental entity for
   which this questionnaire is filed AND describe the affiliation or business relationship.




                                                                                                                           Adopted 11/02/2005




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   5.0.0    DISCLOSURE: CONFLICT OF INTEREST STATEMENT, continued

   CONFLICT OF INTEREST QUESTIONNAIRE                                                                                    FORM          CIQ
   For vendor or other person doing business with local governmental entity                                                    Page 2


   Name of local government officer with whom filer has affiliation or business relationship. (Complete this section only if
   the answer to A, B, or C is YES.)

   This section, item 5 including subparts A, B, C & D, must be completed for each officer with whom the filer has affiliation or other
   relationship. Attach additional pages to this Form CIQ as necessary.



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

                          Yes                   No




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

                          Yes                   No




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

                          Yes                   No




    D. Describe each affiliation or business relationship.




     Signature of person doing business with the governmental entity                                             Date

                                                                                                                                       Adopted 11/02/




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6.0.0   NO PROPOSAL NOTIFICATION

                        SPRING BRANCH INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
                                    Purchasing Department
                     1031 Witte Road Building E, Houston, Texas 77055-6016


SBISD is interested in receiving competitive pricing on all items it proposals. We place significant
value on quality vendors and we also desire to keep your firm as a Proposer and a supplier of
materials, equipment and/or services; therefore, it is important for us to determine why you are not
proposing on this contract item. We will analyze your response and attempt to determine if future
changes are necessary in our specification development and procedures.

I/WE DID NOT SUBMIT A PROPOSAL FOR THE FOLLOWING REASONS:
(Please place an X by one or more of the reasons listed below.)

1.      Do not supply the requested product/service.

2.      Services requested or scope of job is TOO SMALL to be supplied by my company.

3.      Services requested or scope of job is TOO LARGE to be supplied by my company.

4.      Specifications are “too tight” or appear to be written around a proprietary product. (Please
        elaborate on this item.)

5.      Time frame for proposing was too short. (Please elaborate on your primary reason for this
        judgment.)

6.      Other




IF YOU DID NOT PROPOSE and wish to remain on the SBISD bid list for this item, please indicate:

                 I wish to remain on the bid list.

                 I do not wish to remain on the bid list.



                 VENDOR SIGNATURE                                               DATE


                 PRINTED NAME, TITLE                                            PROPOSAL NO.


                 COMPANY NAME                                               A/C - PHONE NO.


ADDRESS          CITY              STATE             ZIP                A/C - FACSIMILE NO.




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7.0.0      GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS

7.1.0      Scope of computer, software and services proposal.

7.1.1      The specifications that follow for this section are designed to guide the vendor to present
           hardware and services compatible with Spring Branch ISD‟s (SBISD) desired goals in this
           area. SBISD is interested in solutions offering purchase options only. Purchase is where
           SBISD actually pays in full for all parts and software and the property is immediately owned
           by SBISD. SIBSD is not interested in lease or seat-management options at this time.

7.1.2      SBISD will not consider a “Thin Client” or “Thin PC” option which might extend the life of
           technology. SBISD is interested is replacing technology as needed instead of extending
           technology life beyond the normal five year life cycle.

7.2.0      Monitors – Samples of all monitors are required. (See 1.11.0)

7.2.1      SBISD would like pricing for 17” Thin Film Transistor (TFT) Active Matrix flat panel monitors
           as the primary monitor for desktop computers. The TFT panels should have both analog and
           digital connections. If feasible, SBISD would prefer speakers that are mounted on the
           monitor. Samples of all models proposed must be provided for evaluation. Preferences will be
           given to companies proposing all areas of this bid.

7.3.0      Desktop and laptop computers – Minimum Proposal Specifications – Samples of all desktops
           and laptops are required.

7.3.1      SBISD is interested in either a product from a major manufacturer (such as Dell, HP or
           Lenovo) or a “clone” product using Intel processors assembled by an ISO 9002 certified
           manufacturer. Vendors are encouraged to submit multiple offerings. Multiple offerings can be
           submitted by duplicating the specification sheets and accompanying pages of Warranty,
           Parts and Intelligent Management sheets. A sample of each proposed alternate must be
           submitted unless a waiver of this requirement has been previously approved in writing by
           SBISD. Waivers should be turned in at the time that the samples are due prior to the proposal
           opening. Contact information to request a waver will be provided in the Addendum.

7.3.2      The main software applications to be run on these desktop and laptop computers consist of
           but are not limited to: Microsoft Office Professional 2003, Norton Antivirus Corporate Edition
           Software, FileMaker Pro 7, Internet Explorer 6 or better, Adobe Acrobat Reader 8, QuickTime
           Player, Real Player, Macromedia Shockwave player, Macromedia Flash player, Authorware
           plug-in, HyperStudio plug-in, Plato plug-in, Kidspiration 2, Kid Pix Deluxe 4, Inspiration,
           Compass Learning Software, Adobe Creative Suite, and Macromedia Studio MX 2004 Suite.

7.3.3      Spring Branch Independent School District (SBISD) uses a universal Windows image for its
           laptop computers. Therefore, laptop computers must qualify as “business class” systems.
           Nearly every major OEM has a “business class” distinction for its systems. “Non-business
           class” computers include home user systems, small business systems and “white-box”
           systems, which may include custom built systems or systems put together by local PC
           companies.

                      The system must have at least a12-month lifecycle stability feature.
                      SBISD must be able to access support information from the vendor‟s website
                      SBISD must be able to download all drivers (both Windows and DOS) from the
                       vendor‟s website
                      SBISD must be able to order all parts from the vendor‟s website, i.e. replacement,
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                      SBISD must be able to access all information about the equipment from the vendor‟s
                       website
                      The system must contain all brand components.

           A “white-box” system may be considered if all of the above can be met, and if SBISD can
           establish strict requirements that can be maintained throughout the life of the contract. For
           example, the systems must consistently contain only name-brand (“business class”)
           components specified by SBISD throughout the life of the contract. No substitutions may be
           made for any components without prior written consent by authorized SBISD personnel.

7.4.0      Software Licensing and Management
           The solution should include a license for Windows Vista operating system for all systems with
           the ability to downgrade to Windows XP Service Pack 2. SBISD is preparing for the upgrade
           to Vista but does not want Vista at this time.

7.5.0      Software Installation (Cloning)
           SBISD will require the vendor to install an SBISD developed image on the new computers.
           Indicate on the proposal the service fee (if any) that would be charged to SBISD to install an
           SBISD developed software image. If an existing image is not available, the vendor will
           provide one desktop and one laptop of each configuration within a Purchase Order to SBISD
           two weeks prior to the anticipated delivery and installation date. SBISD will determine if an
           existing image will work for a project on a per Purchase Order basis. SBISD will make
           available for pickup the loaned computers with the completed image at least one week before
           the anticipated delivery deadline so that the vendor may use the new image to clone the
           remaining computers on the Purchase Order. Software installations may be for as few as one
           (1) or as many as five hundred (500) computers. If the installation fee varies in accordance
           with the quantity of computers being imaged, the price variations should be noted in
           detail.Installation, warranty and repair work.

7.6.0       Warranty and out of warranty work

7.6.1       SBISD requests information from the vendor as to the vendor‟s ability to handle new and
            existing desktop and laptop computers and printer warranty and repairs. This information is
            based on the services the vendor provides to other customers, i.e. vendor‟s ability to:

                        provide staging and working facilities,
                        provide adequate staffing levels, to deliver the required number of machines daily
                         based on issued purchase orders, repair turn-around time,
                        provide loaner equipment if repair exceeds two business days and
                        provide adequate transportation for delivery of machines.

           SBISD requests pricing of the support of existing computers on a monthly per unit basis.
           Quantities of system types are on the pricing chart. (See proposal form.) The inventory is
           based on a walk-through visual inspection.

7.6.2      Quantities of existing computers out of warranty will decrease as new computers are
           purchased. It is understood that the decreasing quantity of systems supported out of warranty
           does NOT affect the price unless otherwise noted.
7.6.3      Maintenance of SBISD‟s existing computer equipment by the vendor includes, but is not
           limited to, the following:
7.6.3.1 System unit includes all components in the computer processing unit, monitor and keyboard,
        unless specifically excluded. Generally, any component, which could be readily purchased
        through a retail outlet, will be included under this agreement.

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7.6.3.2 A detailed list of all components not covered must be submitted with bid response. It is
        assumed that removable media, ink cartridges and laser cartridges will be the responsibility
        of SBISD.
7.6.3.3 Components that may be included in a system unit include, but are not limited to:

           a) External disk drives, removable cartridge drives and related controller boards. Examples
              include, but are not limited to, Iomega Jaz drives, Iomega Zip drives, and APS backup
              tape drives.

           b) CD-ROM units, controller boards and other multi-media components.

           c) Printers, including inkjet, black and white laser and color laser models, both individual
              and network attached printers.

           d) External input devices i.e. mouse, light pens, bar code readers, page scanners, personal
              digital assistance devices and related components.

           e) Computer audio, local area network boards, modems/fax, and associated cables.

           f)    Internal/external tape systems, controller boards and associated cables.

           g) Video input, video output boards.

           h) All cables from or to any of the above units.

7.6.3.4 The following shall not become the responsibility of the vendor past the point of isolation to
        the defective components

           a)          Touch screen monitors, robotics or plotters.

           b)          Any equipment rendered inoperable as a result of misuse, abuse or vandalism, as
                       may be determined by the SBISD Technology Services Department.

7.6.4      SBISD requires 24 by 7 support and on-site spares for mission critical Dell servers currently
           out of the five year warranty. One full system spare for each model is to be provided by the
           vendor to remain on the SBISD site. If a spare part is used by SBISD staff for a server repair,
           the vendor agrees to replace the spare part within one (1) business day. Details of the
           servers are in the pricing section.

7.6.5      Repair or exchange components

7.6.5.1 Only original equipment maintenance components produced or authorized by the original
        equipment manufacturer (OEM) shall be used in the repair or replacement of defective
        equipment. All replacement components must meet OEM specifications and be free from all
        defects and of new manufacture.

7.6.5.2 Maintenance vendor must be authorized and remain an authorized warranty and service
        provider for Apple, Dell, Hewlett Packard (Compaq) and Lexmark during this contract. The
        maintenance vendor may be required to provide warranty service on-site for any system
        qualifying for warranty service either under on-site or depot service provisions. All charges
        for such warranty work and reimbursement thereof are to be resolved through the
        maintenance vendor and the warranty provider exclusive of Spring Branch Independent
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7.6.6      Spring Branch Independent School District determines when the repair of a device is
           completed.

7.6.7      If an order or group of orders for 150 computers or more is placed, the vendor shall provide
           and installation manager to report to the Chief Information Officer (CIO) or designee on a
           daily basis at the Central Administration Building or other designee location until 95% of the
           machines are installed and operable. This manager will coordinate the installation and
           delivery of all computers on a daily basis to each location. The vendor‟s project manager will
           provide written documentation via email in Excel 2002 or better based on a template provided
           by district to the CIO or designee. All buildings will be notified at least one full business day
           before delivery.

7.6.8      SBISD requests the vendor provide information about charges to provide consultants or
           troubleshooting service of technicians of varying levels of experience on an hourly or daily
           basis upon request by SBISD when necessary.

7.6.9      SBISD requests the cost per machine for removal of existing computers, movement within a
           building of existing computers and movement of existing computers between buildings.
           Removal of computers will consist of erasing the hard drive in compliance with the
           Department of Defense data wipe policies and disposing of the equipment. The equipment
           will become the property of the awarded vendor. The vendor will confirm the serial number
           and SBISD FAS tag number of the equipment removed to ensure the SBISD inventory is
           maintained.

7.6.10 Appendix A reflects SBISD‟s current desktop computer, laptop computer and printer
       inventory. This is a snap shot of the inventory. Vendors should price the solution to reflect a
       variation in actual numbers of computers and printers.

7.7.0       Printers

7.7.1      It is the intention of SBISD to purchase or lease three types of printers under this contract:

7.7.1.1 desktop monochrome Ethernet laser printers

7.7.1.2 workgroup monochrome Ethernet laser printers

7.7.1.3 workgroup color Ethernet laser printers

7.7.2      All of these printers should be configured to be capable of printing multiple pages of graphics
           and text from all SBISD software. All printers should be able to print duplex automatically as
           priced. As priced, all printers should have enough memory installed to meet all SASIxp
           printing requirements. SASI printing requirements may be found on page 36 of
           http://www.pearsondigital.com/pdfs/sysreq/sasi/SASIxp_60_Hardware_Requirements.pdf. All printers should
           be able to print in PostScript mode.

7.7.3      SBISD intends to purchase the printers from the same manufacturing company in order to
           maintain a District standard. Vendors may provide alternate proposals from a different
           company, but should be certain to propose products from the same manufacturing company
           for all printers.

7.7.4      SBISD requires installation of printers. SBISD requests that the vendor provide all supplies to
           complete installation including the printer, printer cartridges, power cables, patch cables and
           surge strips.

           Types of installation with printers are as follows:

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7.7.4.1 Administrative purchases: The District will purchase a computer and may purchase a laser
        printer. Delivery of the laser printer and all parts listed above to any of 46+ building locations
        including placing printers in appropriate rooms of administrative offices, setting the fixed IP
        address, setting the computer to print in duplex mode by default, setting the computer to
        print via a PostScript driver and testing the printing from the appropriate administrative
        computers.

7.7.4.2 Instructional Teaching Tool and/or mini-lab printers: SBISD will purchase a computer with a
        video card to project the computer image to a television or projector and may purchase a
        monochrome printer as a Teaching Tool. Printers may also be purchased for a mini-lab.
        Delivery of the printer and all parts listed above to each of 46+ building locations will include:
        placing the printer in the appropriate room, connecting the printer to the network, setting the
        fixed IP address, setting the computer(s) to print in duplex mode by default, setting the
        computer to print via a PostScript driver and testing printing from all computers in the room.

7.7.4.3 Stationary and mobile cart lab printer(s): SBISD may purchase 12 – 35 computers for a
        stationary or mobile cart lab. Each lab may have between one and four printers. Delivery of
        the printer(s) includes setting the printers in the classroom or on the cart, setting the printer
        fixed IP address, connecting the computers to the printer through the network, setting the
        computers to print in duplex mode by default, setting the computer to print via a PostScript
        driver and testing the printing from each computer.

7.8.0       Security

7.8.1       The District desires to provide security for the processors and other components of the
            desktop. One solution provided in the past has been small padlocks to lock the two parts of
            the case together. All padlocks used throughout the installation year must be “keyed” to the
            same key with all keys being delivered to the Technology Services Department. If this is not
            feasible due to the inherent design of the case, the District would like for the vendor to offer
            other cost effective alternatives compatible with the case being specified. Ties or equivalent
            are not acceptable.

7.8.2       The District desires to provide security for the laptop and laptop components as laptops are
            used throughout SBISD facilities and beyond. Please provide at least one option for mobile
            laptop security allowing the security to be used where ever needed. Security should allow an
            individual laptop to be secured while the laptop is in use, not just in a cart during storage.

7.9.0       Contract Extension

7.9.1       The District wishes to establish an initial one year contract with a vendor for the purchase of
            desktop computers, monitors and printers. This contract may be renewed annually for two
            additional years at the sole option of the District.

7.9.2       Through the contract, the District may choose to upgrade equipment or to replace
            component parts provided by the vendor. The District will use one of two possible methods
            to ensure pricing throughout the multi-year contract period.

7.9.2.1 If the vendor is the manufacturer, a “cost plus” method may be used in determining pricing
        throughout the contract period. The vendor will be required to provide verification of the cost
        for each component and the percent of profit calculations used in the initial year‟s contract
        with the District. The percent of profit over cost for the first year will be used to calculate the
        total cost to the District after verification of cost in each subsequent year of the contract. The
        vendor must be agreeable to providing the verification of cost for the first year and each
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7.9.2.2 If the District selects a computer provided by a third party manufacturer, then the vendor and
        the manufacturer must jointly agree to provide a process by which the District will be
        guaranteed the same value in subsequent years of the contract as it receives in the first
        year. An example of such a process is for the manufacturer and vendor to provide pricing
        which represents a discount from a national publicly available schedule. The discount will be
        used by the District in succeeding years to calculate the price it will pay the vendor for
        computers in those years. Alternative approaches to this will be considered by the District.

7.10.0      Vendor Qualifications

7.10.1      The vendor shall be the responsible agent for the entire contract and, therefore, shall be
            required to submit the following minimum qualifications documentation as a part of the
            proposal document. These documents should also be submitted for all subcontractors as
            applicable.

7.10.1.1 A list of three (3) customer references from the vendor including company name, places of
         installation, dates, contact person, email address and phone number where at least 4000
         computers have been delivered, setup, and installation of software has been completed (by
         the vendor) within a period of 60 days and maintained and serviced under at least a three
         year parts and warranty agreement, including at least three year “on-site” warranty. SBISD
         prefers a five year “on-site” warranty.

7.10.1.2 Three (3) letters from the customers of the vendor noted in 7.10.1.1 on the customer‟s
         company letterhead attesting to the specific performance of the vendor as specified in
         section 7.10.1.1. These letters should be submitted with the bid response.

7.10.2      Manufacturer‟s Letters Needed for Vendor Qualifications

7.10.2.1 Manufacturer‟s letters should state the following:

           a)          The vendor is an authorized dealer of the products proposed.

           b)          It would be possible to deliver quantities up to 100 units per week of the brand and
                       model of the desktops and monitors, or quantities of 25 per week for printers to the
                       vendor during the period September 16, 2007, through October 16, 2007, from
                       purchase orders placed with the vendor on approximately September 1, 2007.

7.10.2.2 Manufacturer‟s letters should be submitted for computers, monitors, and printers. Submit
         letters for all three as they apply below:

           a)          If the vendor is proposing a device manufactured by a third party, a letter from each
                       of the manufacturers (not the aggregators) of the monitors (if different from the
                       computers), the computers and printers proposed any part must be submitted with
                       the proposal. When submitting an alternate from a different manufacturer, the vendor
                       will be required to submit a separate letter from each manufacturer.

           b)          If the vendor is proposing a computer which the vendor assembles or manufactures
                       the District requires letters from the vendor‟s manufacturers for all motherboards,
                       processors, chip sets, hard drives, network cards if not part of the motherboard,
                       power supplies, and video cards if not part of the motherboard
.
7.10.2.3 This letter must accompany each proposal in order for it to be considered a qualified
         proposal. Vendors must include the wording of the dates and quantities from section
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         Sample of Manufacturer Letter for computers, monitors or printers supplied by a Third
          Party:

                                                             Manufacturer’s Letterhead

           Date:
           Dear Spring Branch ISD:

          Please accept this letter as recognition of (proposer), as an authorized dealer of the (product). As
          the assembler/manufacturer of (Brand & Model) (computer, monitor, printer and switch), it would
          be possible to deliver quantities up to 500 units per week of the brand and model of the desktops
          and monitors, or quantities of 25 per week for printers to the proposer during the period August 8,
          2005, through September 16, 2005, from purchase orders placed with the proposer on
          approximately August 1, 2005.
         Sample of Manufacturer’s Letter for components assembled by the vendor.

           Sincerely,
           ________________________________
           Representative of Manufacturer‟s Name

               Sample of Manufacturer’s Letter for components assembled by the vendor.


                                                           Manufacturer’s Letterhead

         Date:
         Dear Spring Branch ISD:

         As the manufacturer of (Brand & Model ) (motherboards, processors, chipsets, or hard drives) it
         would be possible to deliver to (Proposer) quantities up to 500 units per week of the brand and
         model specified above during the period August 8, 2005, through September 16, 2005, from
         purchase orders placed with the proposer on approximately August 1, 2005.

         Sincerely,
         ________________________________
         Representative of Manufacturer‟s Name



7.10.3      Delivery for the vendor shall be defined as:

7.10.3.1 Delivery to as many as forty-six (46+) locations which would include preloading software,
         unpacking, applying District barcode tags and recording corresponding serial numbers.

7.10.3.2 All electrical cords, attachments, and lines of communication connected correctly including
         network cables and USB cables.

7.10.4      All machines will have the following items set upon placement:

7.10.4.1 Set machine on designated table or cart

7.10.4.2 Connect computer to TV using vendor provided s-video and audio cable (if Teacher Tool
         delivery)

7.10.4.3 Connect network cables from computer to drop



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7.10.4.4 Appropriately join the correct domain

7.10.4.5 Connectivity to new and/or existing area printers

7.10.4.6 Computers will be named according to the district standard naming convention

7.10.4.7 Printing services tested by printing a print test page from the computer

7.10.5      All proposal prices to include cables, surge strips, freight, delivery and trash removal costs.

7.10.6      Operating, maintenance, diagnostics and parts manuals delivered to the District‟s appointed
            representatives and repair supervisor on or before the dates specified herein.

7.11.0      Installation and Delivery of Award

7.11.1      Date of Delivery – The contract and approval for all purchases on the contract is expected to
            be awarded at the June 25, 2007 Board of Trustees Meeting with funded purchase orders
            being delivered to the vendor starting September 1, 2007. The delivery including pre-
            installation of required software, unpacking, setup, testing, and attachments of inventory tags
            must be completed within two business weeks of the PO being issued until otherwise agreed
            by the CIO or designee.

7.11.2      Delivery of District Identification Tags and Serial Number Records - The vendor shall apply
            District-furnished identification tags to equipment as it is delivered and installed. These tags
            will be located on the CPU as designated by the CIO or designee and shall be entered into
            the BIOS asset management additional information field. This effort will be coordinated by
            the CIO or designee. An invoice for equipment delivered plus a record of the serial numbers
            correlated to the District ID tag numbers shall be presented to the CIO or designee after
            installation is completed and accepted in writing by the designated Local Area Network
            (LAN) Technician as proof of delivery. The record will also be provided in Microsoft Excel
            format per a template provided by SBISD. This electronic receipt will be emailed to the CIO
            or designee.

7.11.3      The vendor will deliver to a table or a cart as designated by the SBISD CIO or designee,
            unpacked, remove all packing material from SBISD property, setup, power on, and verify
            proper mechanical/electrical and boot up functionality of all machines upon delivery of the
            computers to the District.

7.11.4      When computers being replaced are on the network or are to be placed on the network at
            the time of installation the vendor will agree to place the new computer in position, attach the
            new vendor provided category 5E patch cable, and configure the computer to access to
            appropriate domain.

7.11.5      A Technology Services representative will verify that delivery conditions have been met to
            the District‟s satisfaction. Delivery problems will be noted in the form of a “punch list” to the
            vendor. When the punch list has been completed to the District‟s satisfaction, the District will
            release the purchase order for payment.

7.12.0      Warranty and Training

7.12.1      All warranty terms shall start on the day of officially notified acceptance of delivery that the
            vendor shall receive from an authorized District representative.


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7.12.2      At least a three (3) year, ON SITE parts and labor warranty is required. “On-site” warranty
            must be provided by the vendor, not the manufacturer unless the vendor is the manufacturer.
            SBISD prefers a five (5) year, on site warranty.

7.12.3      Under warranty, the computer shall be defined as CPU, monitor, mouse, keyboard, and
            speakers.

7.12.4      District personnel imaging the machine or opening the case after delivery will not invalidate
            the warranty.

7.12.5      The vendor must agree to make initial “on-site” visits to determine if there is a problem with
            the monitor, CPU, mouse, keyboard or printer at no cost ($0.00) to the District without any
            first level support from District employees. The District will provide via the vendor provided
            work request system which machines need to be serviced under the “on-site” warranty.

7.12.6      Warranty Penalties will be imposed by the District at a rate of $10 a day not to exceed the
            value of the replacement cost of the equipment (for example: Monitor, CPU, Printer) for
            failure to restore the computer to working order with the agreed upon service level.

7.12.7      Printers must have a minimum of one year manufacturer‟s warranty. Pricing will be
            requested from the vendor receiving the award for the monitor, desktop, and printer for costs
            of the “on-site” warranty for the printer only if the printers are awarded to the same vendor
            as the monitor and desktop.

7.12.8      The warranty for the vendor of the printer “carry-in” or “depot” warranty shall be defined as
            consisting of the vendor picking up the printer at the designated District site and service the
            warranty by providing shipping to the manufacturer. The District will not ship nor deliver to
            the vendor or the manufacturer. The vendor is responsible for all shipping charges to the
            manufacturer.

7.12.9      Alternate options to purchase extended warranties will be itemized in the proposal
            document. Appropriate documentation of the manufacturers warranty terms must be
            submitted with the proposal.

7.12.10 Service Manuals and Parts Catalogs: Two (2) copies of the service manuals and parts
        catalogs for any item or a brand group, published by the manufacturer shall be provided.

7.13.0      Special Requirements – Samples

7.13.1      Delivery of Samples - Samples shall be delivered by the vendor to the attention of the
            Director of Help Desk and Telecommunications, 10660 Hammerly, Houston, Texas 77043,
            April 24, 2007, by 9:00 a.m., or the vendor will be disqualified. Samples are to be placed in a
            location designated for storage of such samples. Samples for proposal for all areas must be
            delivered before 9:00 a.m. but may be unpacked, installed, setup and signed in by the
            vendor between the delivery deadline at 9:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. on the same day. The
            District will accept no responsibility for unpacking deliveries made to the location without a
            service representative to unpack, setup and sign for delivery by the proposal opening
            deadline.

7.13.2      Identification of Samples - Each sample shall be:

7.13.2.1 Clearly tagged to show the vendor‟s name and address and item number for which the
         sample is proposed.




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7.13.2.2 Accompanied by all manuals, documentation, diskettes, CD‟s, and cables necessary to test
         the equipment. Please include diskettes or CD‟s for all hardware drivers or software drivers
         installed on the sample hard drive as District representatives often need to reinstall the items
         during evaluation. (For example include the following: hardware video drivers, sound drivers,
         CD-ROM drivers, modem drivers, Windows XP CD, mouse drivers, network drivers, etc.)
         District reinstallation includes installing district created universal image for testing purposes.

7.13.2.3 Accompanied by manufacturers data sheets listing specifications if available.

7.13.2.4 Accompanied by a detailed description of warranty conditions and cost of purchase of
         extended warranty.

7.13.3      Conditions Governing Samples

7.13.3.1 The District will not accept proposals for items which are out of date or not in current
         production at the time of the proposal.

7.13.3.2 Nothing in the Conditions Governing Samples of Alternates section (6.13.4) shall relieve any
         vendor from the requirements of the Conditions Governing Samples (6.13.3) clause in this
         proposal request. Minimum qualifying samples MUST be delivered in a timely manner prior
         to proposal opening before any alternates will be considered.

7.13.4      Conditions Governing Samples of Alternates

7.13.4.1 The District requires a sample for every computer proposed. Samples must be provided at
         the time listed within the RFP. The District encourages Vendors to include proposals for
         alternate configurations. Products from major manufacturers such as HP/Compaq, Lenovo,
         and Dell, must also have a sample provided unless a waiver is obtained because the
         manufacturer has already provided that specific sample for use by the District.

7.13.4.2 Should the District desire to evaluate an alternate configuration of a sample provided for the
         minimum proposal, the District will notify the vendor and shall allow the vendor two (2)
         working days from time of notification to provide a sample of the configuration requested.

7.13.4.3 The District will not accept alternate proposals for items which are not in current production
         or readily available at the time of the proposal even if delivery is expected by delivery date.

7.13.5      Return of Samples - Sample items from the vendor shall be retained until contract
            completion for the purpose of determining that the quality and workmanship of the delivered
            items are comparable to the sample. All other samples will be the property and responsibility
            of the vendor and shall be made available to the District for a period of four weeks beginning
            on the date of the opening of proposals, April 24, 2007 at 2:00 PM through the evaluation of
            the responses on May 24, 2007.

7.13.5.1 The vendor shall be responsible for packing and reshipment of any and all samples
         received by the District. All samples not awarded to the vendor shall be removed from the
         District within a week after the evaluation period is over or become the property of the
         District. SBISD will be open and the computers available for pick up Tuesday, June 26,
         through Thursday, June 28, 9:00 AM until 3:30 PM.




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7.14.0      Computer System Evaluation - The equipment specifications in this proposal are designed
            to provide computers for an appropriate educational experience for District students and
            staff; therefore, hardware proposal must be compatible with the software from the following
            publishers. Any or all of the following titles may be used in the evaluation process:

                       Microsoft Vista Business
                       Microsoft Ultimate Office 2007
                       Microsoft PhotoStory for podcast creation
                       MicroType
                       Adobe PhotoShop Elements 5 and Adobe Premier Elements 3
                       ACTIVstudio
                       Adobe Creative Suite




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8.0.0      PROPOSAL FORM AND QUESTIONNAIRE


8.1.0      TFT Flat Panel Monitors / SPEAKERS - Samples of ALL PROPOSALS Required

8.1.1      Flat Panel Monitors - Minimum Specifications (17" Minimum)                Yes     No

           Check Yes or No where specifications are met on each item.

8.1.1.1 350:1 Contrast Ratio minimum                                                 ____    ____

8.1.1.2 TFT Display (allows for wide viewing angle)                                  ____    ____

8.1.1.3 Energy Star Compliant                                                        ____    ____

8.1.1.4 Minimum 1024x768 XGA resolution                                              ____    ____

8.1.1.5 Integrated speakers                                                          ____    ____

8.1.1.6 Built in microphone (optional)                                               ____    ____

8.1.1.7 Headphone jack (optional)                                                    ____    ____

8.1.2       Brand: _____________________________ Model: _________________________

8.1.3       Specify Screen Size: ________ Specify Resolution of Monitor:________________

8.1.4       FCC Monitor Number = _____________

8.1.5       UL Monitor File Number (UL File Number Format is similar to “E136145”) = _______

8.1.6       Is the video card proposed in 7.2 compatible with the monitor resolution on this monitor?
            (Circle One) YES        NO

8.1.7       If available, include an independent comparison of the product to other products currently
            being marketed. Third Party Comparison Included (Circle One) YES            NO

8.1.8       Flat Panel 19" Monitor – Qty 2000+

8.1.8.1 Purchase unit cost $________

8.1.9       Flat Panel 21" Monitor – Qty 100+

8.1.9.1 Purchase unit cost $________

8.1.10      Two (2) Amplified Speakers for Flat Panel Monitors

8.1.10.1 Speakers can be suspended from the monitor (Circle One) YES               NO

8.1.10.2 Speakers need a separate AC adapter (Circle One) YES               NO

8.1.10.3 Speakers need other additional cables (Circle One) YES            NO



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8.1.10.4 Brand of Speakers: ______________ Model of Speakers: __________________

8.1.10.5 Speakers – Qty 2000+

8.1.10.5.1 Purchase Unit Cost (state $0 if speakers are integrated with no additional cost) $______

8.1.11      Warranty for Flat Panel Monitors: The District‟s objective is to seek information on both the
            length of the warranty and to better determine the quality of service (becoming 100%
            operable) under the warranty.

8.1.11.1 The following warranty for ______________________(Brand and Model) monitor is
         guaranteed by ______________________ (manufacturer of item or vendor).

8.1.11.2 “On Site” Warranty - Note: 3 year ON SITE warranty will be required at $0. The vendor
         agrees to make initial “on-site” visits to determine if there is a problem at no cost ($0.00) to
         the District without any first level support from District employees. The District will provide a
         list daily to the vendor stating which machines need to be serviced under the “on-site”
         warranty.

8.1.11.3 Please write in $0 if included in purchase price, or the appropriate amount to purchase or
         N/A (Not Applicable) if service is not provided. Do not leave blank.

8.1.11.3.1 September 2007 – August 2010 - Year 3 of On Site Warranty                  Must be Included

8.1.11.3.2 September 2010 – August 2011 - Year 4 of On Site Warranty                   ___________

8.1.11.3.3 September 2011 – August 2012 - Year 5 of On Site Warranty                   ___________

8.1.11.4 Quality of Service in “On Site” Warranty (guaranteed time to become 100% operable)
         (Please write in $0 if included in purchase price, or the appropriate amount to purchase. Do
         not leave blank.) Additional cost to purchase each of the following Service Level Agreements
         for quantities of 2000 or more computers:

8.1.11.4.1 1 business days to become 100% operable for “On Site” Warranty = $

8.1.11.4.2 2 business days to become 100% operable for “On Site” Warranty = $

8.1.11.4.3 5 business days to become 100% operable for “On Site” Warranty = $

8.1.11.4.4 10 business days to become 100% operable for “On Site” Warranty = $

8.1.11.4.5 15 business days to become 100% operable for “On Site” Warranty = $

8.1.11.4.6 Other: Please describe: ______ business days to become 100% operable for “On Site”
           Warranty = $________

8.2.0       Desktop Computers - Minimum Proposal Requirements - Samples required

8.2.1       Minimum Specifications – Intel® Core™ 2 Duo Processor E6400 - Desktop              Yes     No

8.2.1.1 Model: Small form factor (desktop and tower options)                            ____ ____

8.2.1.2 Non-removable SBISD Logo or obvious SBISD ID (SBISD approved)                   ____ ____

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8.2.1.3 Keyboard: 104 key keyboard                                                    ____ ____

8.2.1.4 Microprocessor: Intel® Core™ 2 Duo Processor E6400 minimum operating speed of 2.13+
        Gigahertz (GHz)                                                     ____ ____

8.2.1.5 Memory: 2 Gigabyte Random Access Memory (RAM)                                 ____ ____

8.2.1.6 BIOS: Flash BIOS for System BIOS Wake On LAN (WOL) Compliant                  ____ ____

8.2.1.7 Video: AGP 8X or PCI Express                                                  ____ ____

8.2.1.8 Video: Capable of using DirectX version 9.0                                   ____ ____

8.2.1.9 Video: nVidia or ATI Technologies line video card to be used for teacher connection to
        television via s-video, multimedia and video editing (optional purchase)   ____ ____

8.2.1.10 Board: Motherboard by Intel (865 or newer)                                   ____ ____

8.2.1.11 Board: Chipset by Intel                                                      ____ _____

8.2.1.12 Board: 6 High-speed USB 2.0 slots (with 2 being accessible from the front)
                                                                                      ____ ____

8.2.1.13 Board: 1 IEEE-1394 fire wire connection (optional purchase)                  ____ ____

8.2.1.14 Board: PCI architecture, including slot required for video card              ____ ____

8.2.1.15 Board: Minimum of 2 PCI slots available after minimum proposal requirements are installed
                                                                                       ____
            ____

8.2.1.16 Board: Integrated Floppy and Integrated Ultra DMA IDE Controller             ____ ____

8.2.1.17 Board: Serial ATA HD Optional                                                ____ ____

8.2.1.18 Board: 1 ECP Compliant Parallel Port                                         ____ ____

8.2.1.19 Board: 1 High Speed Serial Port (16550 Compatible UARTs minimum)             ____ ____

8.2.1.20 Board: Integrated 10/100/1000 Base T Ethernet Network Adapter Wake On LAN (WOL)
         Compliant (minimum) Design Guide: 3Com or Intel 10/100/1000
                                                                                   ____
            ____

8.2.1.21 Disk Storage: One 3½" 1.44 MB Internal floppy drive (optional purchase) ____ ____

8.2.1.22 Audio: SoundBlaster 128 100% compatible, can be integrated                   ____ ____

8.2.1.23 CD-ROM: Tray loading                                                         ____ ____

8.2.1.24 CD-ROM: CDRW/DVD Combo Drive 48 X 32                                         ____ ____

8.2.1.25 DVD-RW: DVD+RW Drive 8X (optional purchase)                                  ____ ____

8.2.1.26 Other device: Multi-memory card reader (built-in) (optional purchase)        ____ ____

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8.2.1.27 Pointing Device: Microsoft Optical Compatible with wheel              ____ ____

8.2.1.28 Pointing Device: Mouse pad of ¼" foam rubber                          ____ ____

8.2.1.29 Operating System: Windows Vista with downgrade rights to WinXPSP2     ____ ____

8.2.1.30 Software: All drivers for hardware to be included                     ____ ____

8.2.1.31 Hard-drive: EIDE/UDMA 80+ gig 7200 rpm                                ____ ____

8.2.1.32 Hard-drive: EIDE/UDMA 250+ gig 7200 rpm as a second drive for video (optional purchase)

8.2.1.33 Power System: Power Management with screen saver options              ____ ____

8.2.1.34 Power Supply: FCC and UL Listed on the case and power supply          ____ ____

8.2.1.35 Power Supply: Energy Star Compliant                                   ____ ____

8.2.1.36 Plugs, manuals, diagnostics                                           ____ ____

8.2.2       Computer Details

8.2.2.1 Brand of Computer:

8.2.2.2 Brand of Processor : _______________________Model: ____________Speed: ________
        MHz or_____ GHz

8.2.2.3 Brand of Motherboard: _____________ Chip Set: __________________

8.2.2.4 Brand of Video Card (base): ___________________ Model of Video Card:
        _________________ Video Ram____ MB

8.2.2.5 Brand of Video Card (enhanced): ___________________ Model of Video Card:
        _________________ Video Ram____ MB

8.2.2.6 Brand of Hard Drive: __________ Size of Hard Drive: ______GB. Model of Hard Drive:
        __________

8.2.2.7 Brand of Sound Card: _________________ Model of Sound Card: __________________
        Sound Chip (if Integrated Sound) Type of Sound: ________Creative Labs or
        __________________

8.2.2.8 Brand of CDROM/CDRW: ________________ Speed of CDROM/CDRW: _________
        Model of CDROM/CDRW: __________

8.2.2.9 Brand of Network Adapter: __________________ Model # of Network Adapter:
        _________________          Network Adapter (if
        Integrated)________________________________

8.2.2.10 Power Supply does allow for Monitor to be plugged into the CPU(Circle One) YES      NO




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8.2.3       Pricing

8.2.3.1 Quantity                Unit Cost                 National Price Schedule Information

                2000+           $__________               This price represents a ___ % discount from the
                                                          manufacturers price schedule. (Write in which nationally
                                                          published schedule is to be used.)

8.2.3.2 Optional DVD + RW

                Quantity        Unit Cost                 National Price Schedule Information

                100+            $__________               This price represents a ___ % discount from the
                                                          manufacturers price schedule. (Write in which nationally
                                                          published schedule is to be used.)

8.2.3.3 Enhanced video card

                Quantity        Unit Cost                 National Price Schedule Information

                100+            $__________               This price represents a ___ % discount from the
                                                          manufacturers price schedule. (Write in which nationally
                                                          published schedule is to be used.)

8.2.3.4 3 ½” Internal Floppy Drive

                Quantity        Unit Cost                 National Price Schedule Information

                100+            $__________               This price represents a ___ % discount from the
                                                          manufacturers price schedule. (Write in which nationally
                                                          published schedule is to be used.)

8.2.4       FCC and UL Information

8.2.4.1 FCC Number on the Case: __________________________

8.2.4.2 FCC Number on the Motherboard: __________________

8.2.4.3 FCC Number on the Power Supply: __________________

8.2.4.4 UL CPU Case File Number (UL File Number Format is similar to “E136145”): ______

8.2.4.5 UL Motherboard File Number (UL File Number Format is similar to “E136145”):
        ____________

8.2.4.6 UL Power Supply File Number (UL File Number Format is similar to “E136145”):
        _____________

8.2.5       Warranty for Desktop Computers: The District‟s objective is to seek information on both the
            length of the warranty to better determine the quality of service (becoming 100% operable)
            under the warranty.

8.2.5.1 The following warranty for ______________________(Brand and Model) computer is
        guaranteed by ______________________ (manufacturer of item or vendor).


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8.2.5.2 “On Site” Warranty - Note: 3 year ON SITE warranty will be required at $0. The vendor
        agrees to make initial “on-site” visits to determine if there is a problem at no cost ($0.00) to
        the District without any first level support from District employees. The District will provide a
        list daily to the vendor stating which machines need to be serviced under the “on-site”
        warranty.

8.2.5.3 Please write in $0 if included in purchase price, or the appropriate amount to purchase or
        N/A (Not Applicable) if service is not provided. Record the unit cost only. Do not leave blank.

8.2.5.3.1        September 2007 – August 2010 - Year 3 of On Site Warranty          Must be Included

8.2.5.3.2        September 2010 – August 2011 - Year 4 of On Site Warranty            ___________

8.2.5.3.3        September 2011 – August 2012 - Year 5 of On Site Warranty            ___________

8.2.5.4 Quality of Service in “On Site” Warranty (guaranteed time to become 100% operable)
        (Please write in $0 if included in purchase price, or the appropriate amount to purchase. Do
        not leave blank.) Additional cost to purchase each of the following Service Level Agreements
        for quantities of 2000 or more computers:

8.2.5.4.1        1 business days to become 100% operable for “On Site” Warranty = $

8.2.5.4.2        2 business days to become 100% operable for “On Site” Warranty = $

8.2.5.4.3        5 business days to become 100% operable for “On Site” Warranty = $

8.2.5.4.4        10 business days to become 100% operable for “On Site” Warranty = $

8.2.5.4.5        15 business days to become 100% operable for “On Site” Warranty = $

8.2.5.4.6        Other: Please describe: ______ business days to become 100% operable for “On Site”
                 Warranty = $

8.2.6       Intelligent Manageability Functions for the Client Desktop Computers

          Check manageability items available on this model                         Yes     No

8.2.6.1 The web agents use hardware instrumentation to give levels of detail about individual system
        hardware configuration                                                  _____ _____

8.2.6.2 ROM revisions                                                               _____ _____

8.2.6.3 Agents monitor the health of the processor for overheating and adjusts the fan speed and
        processor speed to assure the best thermal temperature.                  _____ _____

8.2.6.4 Agents monitor the health of the processor for an excessive number of processor cache
        errors and send an alert to a monitoring console and to the local user. _____ _____

8.2.6.5 Agents monitor the health of the processors for overheating and shut down the computer if
        the processor gets too hot.                                            _____ _____

8.2.6.6 Warranty on the processor is covered before actual failure occurs if an alert is sent to either
        the monitoring console or the local user.                                 _____ _____



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8.2.6.7 Agents monitor hard drives for large number of reallocated blocks on a hard drive and send
        an alert to a monitoring console and to the local user.                 _____ _____

8.2.6.8 Cover Lock: The desktop has a locking mechanism that allows an administrator to lock the
        case in a closed position. A tamper resistant torx screw is used as a failsafe _____
                      _____

8.2.6.9 Cover Sensor: The desktop has a contact sensor that can initiate a local and remote alert
        after the cover of a system has been removed. The alert can be sent to an SNMP console or
        via a Desktop Management Interface (DMI) broadcast. The date and time of the cover
        removal is also stored into nonvolatile memory for future reference      _____ _____

8.2.6.10 Memory Change Alert: If memory is added or removed from the desktop, a DMI and/or
         SNMP alert.                                                         _____ _____

8.2.6.11 Asset Tag stored in NVRAM: The Asset Tag storage in NVRAM is intended to be used as a
         repository for storing company-specific property asset numbers for easy tracking. It initially
         contains the system serial number. The Asset Tag is stored in a protected section of non-
         volatile memory that can be accessed and modified with the F10 Computer Setup or with
         management software across the network. It can be viewed remotely with a DMI capable
         monitoring tool
                        _____            _____

8.2.6.12 The Ownership Tag stored in NVRAM is a free-format field stored in a protected section of
         non-volatile memory that can be used to store specific information or additional asset
         information                                                                       _____
                       _____

8.2.6.13 A web-based application that keeps IT managers directly connected to the manufacturer for
         proactive notification and delivery of the latest product news and software updates. For auto
         delivery of these updates to the desktops according to computer type purchased by the
         District and determines if the update is needed.                          _____ _____

8.2.6.13.1 If this application is provided, please submit cost for a district level yearly subscription to
           this service. $________ Per Year

8.2.6.14 Change Notification Service: A change notification is sent for two purposes: minimize
         potentially disruptive changes to the Intel-based PCs and provide the District with advance
         notification of changes to these product lines. Proactive emails are sent to subscribers up to
         60 days in advance of any manufacturing change in systems specified in your profile.
         Changes that are tracked include driver changes, ROM changes, OS load. If a change made
         by the manufacturer may require a customer image change, that fact is noted in the email
         alert.
                        ____ ____

8.2.6.14.1 If this service is available, please submit cost for a subscription to this service $___ Per
           Year

8.2.6.15 Software to allow a customer to copy the “customization” of a particular desktop computer
         and place it onto a new system. The “personality” consists of virtually all settings on a
         system (control panel setting, MS Office application settings, custom dictionaries, address
         books, profiles, file shares, drive maps, favorites, cookies, etc...) as well as entire directories
         or specific file types (.doc, .xls) wherever they are.                        _____ _____

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8.2.6.16 Diagnostic LED‟s is a built-in low-level diagnostics. These diagnostics can help a technician
         in diagnosing desktop that won‟t boot up or simply has a blank screen. By using the LED‟s,
         these internal firmware diagnostics can identify:

8.2.6.16.1 a loose or missing processor,                                           ____    ____

8.2.6.16.2 loose or missing RAM,                                                   ____    ____

8.2.6.16.3 loose or missing video card and                                         ____    ____

8.2.6.16.4 a system board failure prior to video being loaded.                     ____    ____

8.2.6.16.5 Any one of these states would prevent a system from booting up and all can be correctly
           identified simply by reading the keyboard LED‟s.                   ____ ____

8.3.0       Laptop Applications - Minimum Proposal Requirements - Samples required (Mobile Cart
            Specifications required. A sample cart may be requested.) SBISD will consider two and three
            spindle laptop models.

8.3.1       Minimum Specifications – Intel® Core™ 2 Duo Processor T5500 - Laptop           Yes     No

8.3.1.1 Non-removable SBISD Logo or obvious SBISD ID                               ____    ____

8.3.1.2 Keyboard: Integrated 87 key keyboard                                       ____    ____

8.3.1.3 Microprocessor: Intel® Core™ 2 Duo Processor T5500 minimum operating speed of 1.66+
        GHz                                                                      ____
                    ____

8.3.1.4 Memory: 2 Gigabyte Random Access Memory (RAM)                              ____    ____

8.3.1.5 BIOS: Flash BIOS for System BIOS Wake On LAN (WOL) Compliant               ____    ____

8.3.1.6 Video: AGP 4X support                                                      ____    ____

8.3.1.7 Video: 128 MB of Video RAM                                                 ____    ____

8.3.1.8 Video: Capable of using DirectX ver 9.0                                    ____    ____

8.3.1.9 Video Out: s-video                                ____                     ____

8.3.1.10 Sound: Built-in microphone and microphone jack                            ____    ____

8.3.1.11 Board: Motherboard by Intel®                                              ____    ____

8.3.1.12 Board: Chipset by Intel®                                                  ____    ____

8.3.1.13 Board: 2 High-speed USB 2.0 slots (3 preferred. PDA, Printer, and USB Mouse)
                                                                               ____ ____

8.3.1.14 Board: PC Card Slot for Type 1 and Type II cards                          ____    ____



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8.3.1.15 Board: Serial ATA HD Optional                                                 ____    ____

8.3.1.16 Board: 1 High Speed Serial Port (16550 Compatible UARTs minimum) ____                 ____

8.3.1.17 Board: Integrated 10/100/1000 Base T Ethernet Network Adapter Wake On LAN (WOL)
         Compliant (minimum) Design Guide: 3Com or Intel 10/100/1000        ____ ____

8.3.1.18 Audio: Soundblaster 128 100% compatible, can be integrated                    ____    ____

8.3.1.19 CD-ROM: Tray loading                                                          ____    ____

8.3.1.20 CD-ROM: CD-RW/DVD-ROM Combo drive 48 X 32                                     ____    ____

8.3.1.21 DVD-RW: Optional DVD+RW Drive 8X                                              ____    ____

8.3.1.22 Pointing Device: Touch Pad                                                    ____    ____

8.3.1.23 Pointing Device: Microsoft Optical Compatible with wheel (optional)           ____    ____

8.3.1.24 Pointing Device: Mouse pad of ¼" foam rubber (with mouse if purchased)
                                                                                               ____
                                ____

8.3.1.25 Operating System: Windows Vista w/ downgrade rights to WinXPSP2               ____    ____

8.3.1.26 Software: All drivers for hardware to be included                             ____    ____

8.3.1.27 Hard-drive: EIDE/ATA 80+ gig ____                                             ____

8.3.1.28 Power System: Power Management with screen saver options                      ____    ____

8.3.1.29 Power Supply: FCC and UL Listed on the case and power supply                  ____    ____

8.3.1.30 Power Supply: Energy Star Compliant                                           ____    ____

              (Proposal requires cost include replacement battery at start of year 3 and start of year 5)

8.3.1.31 Spare batteries available                                                     ____    ____

8.3.1.32 Plugs, manuals, diagnostics                                                   ____    ____

8.3.1.33 Universal USB docking station must be available and sample provided           ____    ____

8.3.1.34 16 laptop secured mobile cart available                                       ____    ____

8.3.1.35 24 laptop secured mobile cart available                                       ____    ____

8.3.1.36 Cisco Brand RADIUS capable Wireless Access Points with in-line power
                                                                                       ____    ____

8.3.2       Laptop Details

8.3.2.1 Brand of Laptop: ___________________________

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8.3.2.2 Brand of Processor : _________________________Model: ____________Speed:
        ________ MHz or_____ GHz



8.3.2.3 Brand of Motherboard: _____________ Chip Set: __________________

8.3.2.4 Brand of Video Card: ___________________ Model of Video Card: _________________
        Video Ram____ MB

8.3.2.5 Brand of Hard Drive: ________ Size of Hard Drive: ______GB. Model of Hard Drive:
        __________

8.3.2.6 Brand of Sound Card: _________________. Model of Sound Card: __________________.
        Sound Chip (if Integrated Sound) Type of Sound: ________Creative Labs or
        __________________

8.3.2.7 Brand of CDROM/CDRW: ________________ Speed of CDROM/CDRW: _________
        Model of CDROM/CDRW: __________

8.3.2.8 Brand of Network Adapter: __________________ Model # of Network Adapter:
        _________________          Network Adapter (if Integrated)
        ____________________________________

8.3.2.9 Brand of mobile carts: _____________________Model of mobile cart
        options:_________________

8.3.2.10 Model of Cisco Wireless Access Points: __________________________

8.3.3       Pricing

8.3.3.1 Laptop (Includes replacement batteries start of year 3 and start of year 5)
                             Quantity                     Unit Cost     National Price Schedule Information
                             1000+                        $__________   This price represents a ___ %
                                                                        discount from the manufacturers
                                                                        price schedule. (Write in which
                                                                        nationally published schedule is to
                                                                        be used.)
8.3.3.2 Optional DVD + RW
                             Quantity                     Unit Cost     National Price Schedule Information
                             100+                         $__________   This price represents a ___ %
                                                                        discount from the manufacturers
                                                                        price schedule. (Write in which
                                                                        nationally published schedule is to
                                                                        be used.)
8.3.3.3 Optional Spare Battery
                             Quantity                     Unit Cost     National Price Schedule Information
                             100+                         $__________   This price represents a ___ %
                                                                        discount from the manufacturers
                                                                        price schedule. (Write in which
                                                                        nationally published schedule is to
                                                                        be used.)
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8.3.3.4 Optional 16 laptop secured mobile cart
                             Quantity                     Unit Cost     National Price Schedule Information
                             100+                         $__________   This price represents a ___ %
                                                                        discount from the manufacturers
                                                                        price schedule. (Write in which
                                                                        nationally published schedule is to
                                                                        be used.)
8.3.3.5 Optional 24 laptop secured mobile cart
                             Quantity                     Unit Cost     National Price Schedule Information
                             100+                         $__________   This price represents a ___ %
                                                                        discount from the manufacturers
                                                                        price schedule. (Write in which
                                                                        nationally published schedule is to
                                                                        be used.)
8.3.3.6 Optional Cisco Wireless Access Point 1130AG With Inline Power
                             Quantity                     Unit Cost     National Price Schedule Information
                             100+                         $__________   This price represents a ___ %
                                                                        discount from the manufacturers
                                                                        price schedule. (Write in which
                                                                        nationally published schedule is to
                                                                        be used.)
8.3.4       FCC and UL Information

8.3.4.1 FCC Number on the Case: __________________________

8.3.4.2 FCC Number on the Motherboard: __________________

8.3.4.3 FCC Number on the Power Supply: __________________

8.3.4.4 UL CPU Case File Number (UL File Number Format is similar to “E136145”):
        ________________

8.3.4.5 UL Motherboard File Number (UL File Number Format is similar to “E136145”):
        ______________

8.3.4.6 UL Power Supply File Number (UL File Number Format is similar to “E136145”):
        _____________

8.3.5       Warranty for Laptop Computers: The District‟s objective is to seek information on both the
            length of the warranty to better determine the quality of service (becoming 100% operable)
            under the warranty.

8.3.5.1 The following warranty for ______________________(Brand and Model) laptop computer is
        guaranteed by ______________________ (manufacturer of item or vendor).

8.3.5.2 “On Site” Warranty - Note: 3 year ON SITE warranty will be required at $0. The vendor
        agrees to make initial “on-site” visits to determine if there is a problem at no cost ($0.00) to
        the District without any first level support from District employees. The District will provide a
        list daily to the vendor stating which machines need to be serviced under the “on-site”
        warranty.


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8.3.5.3 Please write in $0 if included in purchase price, or the appropriate amount to purchase or
        N/A (Not Applicable) if service is not provided. Provide unit cost only. Do not leave blank.

8.3.5.3.1        September 2007 – August 2010 - Year 3 of On Site Warranty         Must be Included

8.3.5.3.2        September 2010 – August 2011 - Year 4 of On Site Warranty            ___________

8.3.5.3.3        September 2011 – August 2012 - Year 5 of On Site Warranty            ___________

8.3.5.4 Quality of Service in “On Site” Warranty (guaranteed time to become 100% operable)
        (Please write in $0 if included in purchase price, or the appropriate amount to purchase. Do
        not leave blank.) Additional cost to purchase each of the following Service Level
        Agreements for quantities of 2000 or more computers:

8.3.5.4.1        1 business days to become 100% operable for “On Site” Warranty = $

8.3.5.4.2        2 business days to become 100% operable for “On Site” Warranty = $

8.3.5.4.3        5 business days to become 100% operable for “On Site” Warranty = $

8.3.5.4.4        10 business days to become 100% operable for “On Site” Warranty = $

8.3.5.4.5        15 business days to become 100% operable for “On Site” Warranty = $

8.3.5.4.6        Other: Please describe: ______ business days to become 100% operable for “On Site”
                 Warranty = $____________

8.3.6       Intelligent Manageability Functions for the Laptop

          Check manageability items available on this model                        Yes      No

8.3.6.1 The web agents use hardware instrumentation to give levels of detail about individual system
        hardware configuration                                                  _____ _____

8.3.6.2 ROM revisions                                                              _____ _____

8.3.6.3 Agents monitor the health of the processor for overheating and adjusts the fan speed and
        processor speed to assure the best thermal temperature.                  _____ _____

8.3.6.4 Agents monitor the health of the processor for an excessive number of processor cache
        errors and send an alert to a monitoring console and to the local user. _____ _____

8.3.6.5 Agents monitor the health of the processors for overheating and shut down the computer if
        the processor gets too hot.                                            _____ _____

8.3.6.6 Warranty on the processor is covered before actual failure occurs if an alert is sent to either
        the monitoring console or the local user.                                 _____ _____

8.3.6.7 Agents monitor hard drives for large number of reallocated blocks on a hard drive and send
        an alert to a monitoring console and to the local user.                 _____ _____

8.3.6.8 Cover Lock: The desktop has a locking mechanism that allows an administrator to lock the
        case in a closed position. A tamper resistant torx screw is used as a failsafe _____
                      _____


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8.3.6.9 Cover Sensor: The desktop has a contact sensor that can initiate a local and remote alert
        after the cover of a system has been removed. The alert can be sent to an SNMP console or
        via a Desktop Management Interface (DMI) broadcast. The date and time of the cover
        removal is also stored into nonvolatile memory for future reference      _____ _____

8.3.6.10 Memory Change Alert: If memory is added or removed from the desktop, a DMI and/or
         SNMP alert.                                                         _____ _____

8.3.6.11 Asset Tag stored in NVRAM: The Asset Tag storage in NVRAM is intended to be used as a
         repository for storing company-specific property asset numbers for easy tracking. It initially
         contains the system serial number. The Asset Tag is stored in a protected section of non-
         volatile memory that can be accessed and modified with the F10 Computer Setup or with
         management software across the network. It can be viewed remotely with a DMI capable
         monitoring tool
                        _____            _____

8.3.6.12 The Ownership Tag stored in NVRAM is a free-format field stored in a protected section of
         non-volatile memory that can be used to store specific information or additional asset
         information                                                                       _____
                       _____

8.3.6.13 A web-based application that keeps IT managers directly connected to the manufacturer for
         proactive notification and delivery of the latest product news and software updates. For auto
         delivery of these updates to the desktops according to computer type purchased by the
         District and determines if the update is needed.                          _____ _____

8.3.6.13.1 If this application is provided, please submit cost for a district level yearly subscription to
           this service. $________ Per Year

8.3.6.14 Change Notification Service: A change notification is sent for two purposes: minimize
         potentially disruptive changes to the Intel-based PCs and provide the District with advance
         notification of changes to these product lines. Proactive emails are sent to subscribers up to
         60 days in advance of any manufacturing change in systems specified in your profile.
         Changes that are tracked include driver changes, ROM changes, OS load. If a change made
         by the manufacturer may require a customer image change, that fact is noted in the email
         alert.                                                                     ____ ____

8.3.6.14.1 If this service is available, please submit cost for a subscription to this service $___ Per
           Year

8.3.6.15 Software to allow a customer to copy the “customization” of a particular desktop computer
         and place it onto a new system. The “personality” consists of virtually all settings on a
         system (control panel setting, MS Office application settings, custom dictionaries, address
         books, profiles, file shares, drive maps, favorites, cookies, etc...) as well as entire directories
         or specific file types (.doc, .xls) wherever they are.                        _____ _____

8.3.6.16 Diagnostic LED‟s is a built-in low-level diagnostics. These diagnostics can help a technician
         in diagnosing desktop that won‟t boot up or simply has a blank screen. By using the LED‟s,
         these internal firmware diagnostics can identify:

8.3.6.16.1 a loose or missing processor,                                               ____    ____

8.3.6.16.2 loose or missing RAM,                                                       ____    ____

8.3.6.16.3 loose or missing video card and                                             ____    ____

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8.3.6.16.4 a system board failure prior to video being loaded.                                      ____    ____

8.3.6.16.5 Any one of these states would prevent a system from booting up and all can be correctly
           identified simply by reading the keyboard LED‟s.                   ____ ____

8.4.0       Software Image Installation (Cloning)

8.4.1       In the interest of assisting the vendor in estimating cost for installation, the District has
            prepared the following matrix of two variables which could affect the cost of installation to the
            vendor: discreet numbers of installations which might be required and the sizes of the
            installations which might be spread across those numbers of installations. Please propose
            an alternative cost or matrix if desired to better describe the vendor‟s options.

8.4.1.1 Please fill in the matrix below with the cost per CPU (quantities could range from 1 to a total
        of as many as 500 or more) to copy the setups if the Operating System is Windows XP.
             Number of                1 GB or less on                2 GB on each     3 GB on each Hard 4+ GB on each
             Computers to             each Hard Drive                Hard Drive to    Drive to Copy     Hard Drive to Copy
             be Installed             to Copy                        Copy
             1 CPU‟s                  $ ________/CPU                 $ ________/CPU   $ _________/CPU   $ __________/CPU
             5 CPU‟s                  $ ________/CPU                 $ ________/CPU   $ _________/CPU   $ __________/CPU
             10 CPU‟s                 $ ________/CPU                 $ ________/CPU   $ _________/CPU   $ __________/CPU
             30 CPU‟s                 $ ________/CPU                 $ ________/CPU   $ _________/CPU   $ __________/CPU
             60 CPU‟s                 $ ________/CPU                 $ ________/CPU   $ _________/CPU   $ __________/CPU
             100 CPU‟s                $ ________/CPU                 $ ________/CPU   $ _________/CPU   $ __________/CPU
             500 CPU‟s                $ ________/CPU                 $ ________/CPU   $ _________/CPU   $ __________/CPU


8.5.0       Installation, warranty and repair work

8.5.1       Handling Warranty Work

8.5.1.1 Please describe your company‟s capability and procedures for handling warranty claims. The
        District will not work with third parties and/or manufacturers for warranty during the “on-site”
        warranty year. The vendor must agree to make initial “on-site” visits to determine if there is a
        problem at no cost ($0.00) to the District without any first level support from District
        employees. The District will provide access to the District‟s Help Desk system to the vendor
        showing which machines need to be serviced under the “on-site” warranty.
8.5.1.1.1      _______________________________________________________________________
            _________________________________________________________________________
            _________________________________________________________________________
            _________________________________________________________________________
            _________________________________________________________________________
            _________________________________________________________________________
            _________________________________________________________________________
            _________________________________________________________________________
            ____________________________

8.5.1.2      “On Site” Warranty - NOTE: (1) Three year ON SITE warranty will be required on all
            computer proposals. On-site warranty on printers and other items will be negotiated
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8.5.2       Out of Warranty Device Work

8.5.2.1 The service charge will be the monthly amount for each system unit. A system unit is
        described within this agreement. The number of system units to be maintained shall be the
        quantity of non-warranty units installed in SBISD as of August 1, 2005, which include
        Windows Pentium 1 computers (Desktop and Laptop) and later, Dell servers and Macintosh
        G3 and late system, according to the SBISD‟s Fixed Asset System. A monthly remittance will
        be paid for the covered system units the first of each agreement month, based on the
        number of non-warranty units for the month. The service charge includes all parts, labor and
        transportation.

8.5.2.2 System units as of May 2007:

8.5.2.2.1       Monthly service charge for each Apple brand unit $________________ based on 2100
            units (* 12 months) = $________________ annual.

8.5.2.2.2      Monthly service charge for each IBM and IBM compatible brand unit
            $________________ based on 7700 units (* 12 months) = $________________ annual.

8.5.2.2.3      Monthly service charge for each Dell brand server unit $__________ based on 300 units
            (*12 months)= $___________________annual.

8.5.2.2.4      Service charge for 24 by 7 support and on site spare for mission critical servers =
            $_______ annual.

8.5.2.2.4.1 7 Dell PowerEdge 6300 with 18 GB Hard Drives

8.5.2.2.4.2 1 Dell PowerEdge 6350 Archive Server

8.5.2.2.4.3 4 Dell Precisions

8.5.2.2.4.4 4 Dell Optiplex GX110 Workstations

8.5.2.3 TOTAL ANNUAL BID $_______________________.

8.5.3       Installation
8.5.3.1 Sets and Facilities: Please describe your procedures for performing pre-installation of
        software on all machines to be delivered to the District. As detailed above, the District
        requires that the vendor install several different sets of software on various machines prior to
        the delivery of the machines to the District. Please indicate whether your company has
        facilities for performing the pre-installation and how many computers a day can be
        configured. Please describe the facilities proposed. (workspace, personnel to assign to the
        task, et cetera.)
8.5.3.1.1        _______________________________________________________________________
                 _______________________________________________________________________
                 _______________________________________________________________________
                 _______________________________________________________________________
                 _______________________________________________________________________
                 _______________________________________________________________________
                 _______________________________________________________________________
                 _______________________________________________________________________
                 __________________________________________

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8.5.3.2 Emergency Installations: Describe how you as the vendor could respond to requests to
        install from 1 to 30 computers in an emergency situation with one business day‟s notice.
        How would this provision be planned for and guaranteed?
8.5.3.2.1        _______________________________________________________________________
                 _______________________________________________________________________
                 _______________________________________________________________________
                 _______________________________________________________________________
                 _______________________________________________________________________
                 _______________________________________________________________________
                 _______________________________________________________________________
                 _______________________________________________________________________
                 __________________________________________
8.5.3.3 Pricing
8.5.3.3.1        Please describe the cost per machine for removal of all packing materials. $______cost
                 per machine
8.5.3.3.2        Please describe the cost per machine for the wiping of data from a computer per DoD
                 specifications and disposing of the computer. $________ cost per machine
8.5.3.3.3        Please describe the cost per machine for relocation of existing computers from any site to
                 another room in the same site before installing new computers. $________ cost per
                 machine
8.5.3.4 Staffing Level: Please describe briefly your current staffing level, and indicate whether this is
        sufficient to perform the installation of software and hardware at the District‟s 46+ sites
        including the monitoring of the unpacking, setup, burn in, and tagging of equipment. If
        additional staff is necessary, indicate your approach to securing these resources.
8.5.3.4.1        _______________________________________________________________________
                 _______________________________________________________________________
                 _______________________________________________________________________
                 _______________________________________________________________________
                 _______________________________________________________________________
                 _______________________________________________________________________
                 _______________________________________________________________________
                 _______________________________________________________________________
                 __________________________________________
8.5.3.5 The District would like to establish an instant access method of communication with the
        awarded vendor(s) for installation and support. Describe how this type of communication can
        be provided or what alternatives are being proposed.
8.5.3.5.1        _______________________________________________________________________
                 _______________________________________________________________________
                 _______________________________________________________________________
                 _______________________________________________________________________
                 _______________________________________________________________________
                 _______________________________________________________________________
                 _______________________________________________________________________
                 _______________________________________________________________________
                 __________________________________________
8.5.3.6 Number of Machines and Transportation: Please describe how many machines you can
        deliver per day and what types of transportation will be used.



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8.5.3.6.1        _______________________________________________________________________
                 _______________________________________________________________________
                 _______________________________________________________________________
                 _______________________________________________________________________
                 _______________________________________________________________________
                 _______________________________________________________________________
                 _______________________________________________________________________
                 _______________________________________________________________________
                 __________________________________________
8.5.3.7 Project Manager‟s Resume: You will be asked to provide a project manager who is actively
        involved in the day-to-day planning and implementation of the project. This person must
        report for a regularly scheduled meeting once a week for approximately one hour to the
        District main office or other SBISD designated facility to discuss the progress and schedules
        for deliveries. This person should be available for daily contact with the District via radio or
        some other alternative communication method. This person will need to have the authority to
        commit the vendor‟s resources to insure the timely completion of the installation. Please
        provide a resume for the project manager describing his/her experience and authority level
        within the vendor‟s organization. (Please note attachment number if needed)
8.5.3.7.1        _______________________________________________________________________
                 _______________________________________________________________________
                 _______________________________________________________________________
                 _______________________________________________________________________
                 _______________________________________________________________________
                 _______________________________________________________________________
                 _______________________________________________________________________
                 _______________________________________________________________________
                 __________________________________________


8.6.0       Printers: The District will establish a contract with one vendor for the purchase or lease of
            monitors, desktops and printers. The District‟s minimum specifications for printers are listed
            below and have been listed according to the current District standard for purchasing Hewlett
            Packard printers. The minimum specifications listed below are intended to illustrate to the
            vendor the type of printer for each item that the District will consider. The District reserves
            the right to waive specific specifications in each item if it is in the best interest of the District.
            The District has provided a design guide to illustrate what HP printer currently meets the
            listed specifications.
8.6.1       Personal Laser Printer – Minimum of 20 ppm– Sample required if different than the design
            guide.
8.6.1.1 Design Guide: HP LaserJet P2015. Sample required if another brand is proposed meeting
        the same minimum specifications.
8.6.1.2 Printer price, including memory necessary to meet print requirements as stated in the Scope,
        Terms, Special Conditions, and Definitions Section. Vendor must include price of printer
        cable and one set of cartridges in unit price.
8.6.1.3 Brand & Model Proposal _________Memory Installed per Unit Price: ______MB
8.6.1.4 Level                      Quantity                          Unit Cost/ Incl. Cable National Price Schedule
        Information
8.6.1.4.1        I                    1-100                          $__________           This price represents a ___ %
                                                                                           discount from the
                                                                                           manufacturers price
                                                                                           schedule________.
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8.6.1.4.2        II                   101+                           $__________

8.6.1.5 Personal Printer Warranty: The District seeks information on the length of the warranty and
        the quality of service (becoming 100% operable) under the warranty. The vendor agrees to
        make initial “on-site” visits to determine if there is a problem at no cost ($0.00) to the District
        without any first level support from District employees.

8.6.1.5.1        The following Warranty for ______________________(Brand and Model) printer must be
                 guaranteed and serviced by the vendor.

8.6.1.5.1.1 The following information must be filled in by the vendor. The District will not accept
            attached documents referencing standard warranty explanations without the vendor
            providing the minimum information requested below. The vendor will be disqualified if the
            following information is incomplete as the District needs the information below to be sure
            that all vendors‟ conditions are compared equitably.

8.6.1.5.1.2 Length of “On Site” Warranty

8.6.1.5.1.2.1          Length of “On-Site” Warranty ONLY if the vendor is the vendor of the monitor,
                       desktop, and printer. Please write in $0 if included in purchase price, or the
                       appropriate amount to purchase or N/A (Not Applicable) if service is not provided. Do
                       not leave blank. Unit Cost (Cost per printer)

8.6.1.5.1.2.2          September 2007 – August 2008 - Year 3 of On Site Warranty        Must be Included

8.6.1.5.1.2.3          September 2008 – August 2009 - Year 3 of On Site Warranty        ___________

8.6.1.5.1.2.4          September 2009 – August 2010 - Year 3 of On Site Warranty        ___________

8.6.1.5.1.2.5          September 2010 – August 2011 - Year 4 of On Site Warranty        ___________

8.6.1.5.1.2.6          September 2011 – August 2012 - Year 5 of On Site Warranty        ___________

8.6.1.5.1.2.7          Length of “On-site” Warranty if the vendor is only awarded the printer
                       proposed and not the desktop or monitor proposed. Please write in $0 if included in
                       purchase price, or the appropriate amount to purchase or N/A (Not Applicable) if
                       service is not provided. Do not leave blank.

8.6.1.5.1.2.8          September 2007 – August 2008 - Year 3 of On Site Warranty        Must be Included

8.6.1.5.1.2.9          September 2008 – August 2009 - Year 3 of On Site Warranty        ___________

8.6.1.5.1.2.10         September 2009 – August 2010 - Year 3 of On Site Warranty        ___________

8.6.1.5.1.2.11         September 2010 – August 2011 - Year 4 of On Site Warranty        ___________

8.6.1.5.1.2.12         September 2011 – August 2012 - Year 5 of On Site Warranty        ___________

8.6.1.5.1.3 Quality of Service in “On Site” Warranty (guaranteed time to become 100% operable).
            Additional cost to purchase each of the following Service Level Agreements. Please write
            in $0 if included in purchase price, or the appropriate amount to purchase or N/A (Not
            Applicable) if service is not provided. Do not leave blank.



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8.6.1.5.1.3.1          1 business days to become 100% operable for “On Site” Warranty = $           ______

8.6.1.5.1.3.2          2 business days to become 100% operable for “On Site” Warranty = $           ______

8.6.1.5.1.3.3          5 business days to become 100% operable for “On Site” Warranty = $           ______

8.6.1.5.1.3.4          10 business days to become 100% operable for “On Site” Warranty = $          ______

8.6.1.5.1.3.5          15 business days to become 100% operable for “On Site” Warranty = $ ______

8.6.1.5.1.3.6          Other: Please describe: ______ business days to become 100% operable for “On
                       Site” Warranty = $____________

8.6.1.6 Installation of Personal Laser Printer, Cables, Surge strips. - The Vendor must install
        printers. The District‟s proposal requests that the vendor provide all supplies to complete
        installation including, printer, printer cartridges, and printer cables. The District will provide
        the vendor with switch, switch cables, and surge strips.

8.6.1.6.1        Administrative Purchases: The District will purchase a computer and may purchase a
                 laser printer. Deliver of the laser printer (to include a printer cable), and surge strips to
                 each of 46+ building locations including placing printers in appropriate rooms of
                 administrative offices along with testing the printing from each computer. Unit price for
                 installation of items proposed.

8.6.1.6.1.1 Level Quantity                     Unit Price

8.6.1.6.1.2 I             1 - 25                          _____________

8.6.1.6.1.3 II            26 - 75                         _____________

8.6.1.6.1.4 III           75+                             _____________

8.6.1.6.2        Instructional Teaching Tool Computers and Printers: The District will purchase a
                 computer with a video card to project the computer image to a TV and may purchase a
                 monochrome printer (to include a printer cable). Delivery of the printer, printer cable, and
                 surge strip to each of 46+ building locations will include: placing printer and computer in
                 the appropriate room, placing the computer and printer on a television multimedia cart,
                 setting the context on the computer, connecting the computer to the television, and
                 testing the printing from each computer. Unit price for installation of items proposed as
                 defined above.

8.6.1.6.2.1 Level Quantity                     Unit Price

8.6.1.6.2.2 I             1 - 25                          _____________

8.6.1.6.2.3 II            26 - 75                         _____________

8.6.1.6.2.4 III           75+                             _____________




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8.6.1.6.3        Instructional Mini Lab Purchases: The District will purchase computers and possibly a
                 laser printer (to include a printer cable) from the vendor. The District will provide the
                 vendor with 4 port switches, switch cables and surge strips for the installation. Delivery
                 will include: placing the computers in the appropriate room, placing the computers on a
                 table, setting the context on the machine, connecting the computers to the printer through
                 the switch, and testing the printing from each computer. Unit price for installation of items
                 proposed as defined above.

8.6.1.6.3.1 Level Quantity                     Unit Price

8.6.1.6.3.2 I             1 - 25                          _____________

8.6.1.6.3.3 II            26 - 75                         _____________

8.6.1.6.3.4 III           75+                             _____________

8.6.2       Network Color Laser Printer

8.6.2.1 Design Guide: HP Color Laserjet 4700n Sample required if another brand is proposed
        meeting the same minimum specifications. Price must include cartridge.

8.6.2.2 Printer price, including memory necessary to meet print requirements as stated in the Scope,
        Terms, Special Conditions, and Definitions Section. Vendor must include price of printer
        cable and one set of cartridges in unit price.

8.6.2.3 Brand & Model Proposal _________Memory Installed per Unit Price: ______MB

8.6.2.4 Level                      Quantity                          Unit Cost/ Incl. Cable National Price Schedule
        Information

8.6.2.4.1        I                    1-100                          $__________           This price represents a ___ %
                                                                                           discount from the
                                                                                           manufacturers price
                                                                                           schedule________.
8.6.2.4.2        II                   101+                           $__________

8.6.2.5 Network Color Laser Printer Warranty: The District seeks information on the length of the
        warranty and the quality of service (becoming 100% operable) under the warranty. The
        vendor agrees to make initial “on-site” visits to determine if there is a problem at no cost
        ($0.00) to the District without any first level support from District employees.

8.6.2.5.1        The following Warranty for ______________________(Brand and Model) printer must be
                 guaranteed and serviced by the vendor.

8.6.2.5.1.1 The following information must be filled in by the vendor. The District will not accept
            attached documents referencing standard warranty explanations without the vendor
            providing the minimum information requested below. The vendor will be disqualified if the
            following information is incomplete as the District needs the information below to be sure
            that all vendors‟ conditions are compared equitably.

8.6.2.5.1.2 Length of “On Site” Warranty



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8.6.2.5.1.2.1          Length of “On-Site” Warranty ONLY if the vendor is the vendor of the monitor,
                       desktop, and printer. Please write in $0 if included in purchase price, or the
                       appropriate amount to purchase or N/A (Not Applicable) if service is not provided. Do
                       not leave blank. Unit Cost (Cost per printer)

8.6.2.5.1.2.2          September 2007 – August 2008 - Year 3 of On Site Warranty          Must be Included

8.6.2.5.1.2.3          September 2008 – August 2009 - Year 3 of On Site Warranty          ___________

8.6.2.5.1.2.4          September 2009 – August 2010 - Year 3 of On Site Warranty          ___________

8.6.2.5.1.2.5          September 2010 – August 2011 - Year 4 of On Site Warranty          ___________

8.6.2.5.1.2.6          September 2011 – August 2012 - Year 5 of On Site Warranty          ___________

8.6.2.5.1.2.7          Length of “On-site” Warranty if the vendor is only awarded the printer
                       proposed and not the desktop or monitor proposed. Please write in $0 if included in
                       purchase price, or the appropriate amount to purchase or N/A (Not Applicable) if
                       service is not provided. Do not leave blank.

8.6.2.5.1.2.8          September 2007 – August 2008 - Year 3 of On Site Warranty          Must be Included

8.6.2.5.1.2.9          September 2008 – August 2009 - Year 3 of On Site Warranty          ___________

8.6.2.5.1.2.10         September 2009 – August 2010 - Year 3 of On Site Warranty          ___________

8.6.2.5.1.2.11         September 2010 – August 2011 - Year 4 of On Site Warranty          ___________

8.6.2.5.1.2.12         September 2011 – August 2012 - Year 5 of On Site Warranty          ___________

8.6.2.5.1.3 Quality of Service in “On Site” Warranty (guaranteed time to become 100% operable).
            Additional cost to purchase each of the following Service Level Agreements. Please write
            in $0 if included in purchase price, or the appropriate amount to purchase or N/A (Not
            Applicable) if service is not provided. Do not leave blank.

8.6.2.5.1.3.1          1 business days to become 100% operable for “On Site” Warranty = $         ____

8.6.2.5.1.3.2          2 business days to become 100% operable for “On Site” Warranty = $         ____

8.6.2.5.1.3.3          5 business days to become 100% operable for “On Site” Warranty = $         ____

8.6.2.5.1.3.4          10 business days to become 100% operable for “On Site” Warranty = $ ____

8.6.2.5.1.3.5          15 business days to become 100% operable for “On Site” Warranty = $        ____

8.6.2.5.1.3.6          Other: Please describe: ______ business days to become 100% operable for “On
                       Site” Warranty = $____________

8.6.2.6 Installation of Network Color Laser Printer, Switch, Surge strips. - The Vendor must install
        printers. The District‟s proposal requests that the vendor provide all supplies to complete
        installation including, printer, printer cartridges, and printer cables. The District will provide
        the vendor with switch, switch cables, and surge strips.




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8.6.2.6.1        Administrative Purchases: The District will purchase a computer and may purchase a
                 laser printer. Deliver of the laser printer (to include a printer cable) and surge strips to
                 each of 46+ building locations including placing printers in appropriate rooms of
                 administrative offices along with testing the printing from each computer. Unit price for
                 installation of items proposed.

8.6.2.6.1.1 Level Quantity                     Unit Price

8.6.2.6.1.2 I             1 - 25                          _____________

8.6.2.6.1.3 II            26 - 75                         _____________

8.6.2.6.1.4 III           75+                             _____________

8.6.2.6.2        Instructional Mini Lab Purchases: The District will purchase computers and possibly a
                 laser printer (to include a printer cable) from the vendor. Delivery will include: placing the
                 computers in the appropriate room, placing the computers on a table, setting the context
                 on the machine, connecting the computers to the printer through the switch, and testing
                 the printing from each computer. Unit price for installation of items proposed as defined
                 above.

8.6.2.6.2.1 Level Quantity                     Unit Price

8.6.2.6.2.2 I             1 - 25                          _____________

8.6.2.6.2.3 II            26 - 75                         _____________

8.6.2.6.2.4 III           75+                             _____________

8.6.2.6.3        Lab Purchases: group of 30 computers in a room or a cart.

8.6.2.6.3.1 Level Quantity                     Unit Price

8.6.2.6.3.2 I             1 - 25                          _____________

8.6.2.6.3.3 II            26 - 75                         _____________

8.6.2.6.3.4 III           75+                             _____________

8.6.3       Network Laser Printer

8.6.3.1 Design Guide: HP Laserjet 4250dtn. Sample required if another brand is proposed meeting
        the same minimum specifications. Price must include cartridge.

8.6.3.2 Printer price, including memory necessary to meet print requirements as stated in the Scope,
        Terms, Special Conditions, and Definitions Section. Vendor must include price of printer
        cable and one set of cartridges in unit price.

8.6.3.3 Brand & Model Proposal _________Memory Installed per Unit Price: ______MB




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8.6.3.4 Level                      Quantity                          Unit Cost/ Incl. Cable National Price Schedule
        Information

8.6.3.4.1        I                    1-100                          $__________           This price represents a ___ %
                                                                                           discount from the
                                                                                           manufacturers price
                                                                                           schedule________.

8.6.3.4.2        II                   101+                           $__________

8.6.3.5 Network Laser Printer Warranty: The District seeks information on the length of the warranty
        and the quality of service (becoming 100% operable) under the warranty. The vendor agrees
        to make initial “on-site” visits to determine if there is a problem at no cost ($0.00) to the
        District without any first level support from District employees.

8.6.3.5.1        The following Warranty for ______________________(Brand and Model) printer must be
                 guaranteed and serviced by the vendor.

8.6.3.5.1.1 The following information must be filled in by the vendor. The District will not accept
            attached documents referencing standard warranty explanations without the vendor
            providing the minimum information requested below. The vendor will be disqualified if the
            following information is incomplete as the District needs the information below to be sure
            that all vendors‟ conditions are compared equitably.

8.6.3.5.1.2 Length of “On Site” Warranty

8.6.3.5.1.2.1          Length of “On-Site” Warranty ONLY if the vendor is the vendor of the monitor,
                       desktop, and printer. Please write in $0 if included in purchase price, or the
                       appropriate amount to purchase or N/A (Not Applicable) if service is not provided. Do
                       not leave blank. Unit Cost (Cost per printer)

8.6.3.5.1.2.2          September 2007 – August 2008 - Year 3 of On Site Warranty                       Must be Included

8.6.3.5.1.2.3          September 2008 – August 2009 - Year 3 of On Site Warranty                       ___________

8.6.3.5.1.2.4          September 2009 – August 2010 - Year 3 of On Site Warranty                       ___________

8.6.3.5.1.2.5          September 2010 – August 2011 - Year 4 of On Site Warranty                       ___________

8.6.3.5.1.2.6          September 2011 – August 2012 - Year 5 of On Site Warranty                       ___________

8.6.3.5.1.2.7          Length of “On-site” Warranty if the vendor is only awarded the printer
                       proposed and not the desktop or monitor proposed. Please write in $0 if included in
                       purchase price, or the appropriate amount to purchase or N/A (Not Applicable) if
                       service is not provided. Do not leave blank.

8.6.3.5.1.2.8          September 2007 – August 2008 - Year 3 of On Site Warranty                       Must be Included

8.6.3.5.1.2.9          September 2008 – August 2009 - Year 3 of On Site Warranty                       ___________

8.6.3.5.1.2.10         September 2009 – August 2010 - Year 3 of On Site Warranty                       ___________

8.6.3.5.1.2.11         September 2010 – August 2011 - Year 4 of On Site Warranty                       ___________

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8.6.3.5.1.2.12         September 2011 – August 2012 - Year 5 of On Site Warranty            ___________

8.6.3.5.1.3 Quality of Service in “On Site” Warranty (guaranteed time to become 100% operable).
            Additional cost to purchase each of the following Service Level Agreements. Please write
            in $0 if included in purchase price, or the appropriate amount to purchase or N/A (Not
            Applicable) if service is not provided. Do not leave blank.

8.6.3.5.1.3.1          1 business days to become 100% operable for “On Site” Warranty = $           _____

8.6.3.5.1.3.2          2 business days to become 100% operable for “On Site” Warranty = $           _____

8.6.3.5.1.3.3          5 business days to become 100% operable for “On Site” Warranty = $           _____

8.6.3.5.1.3.4          10 business days to become 100% operable for “On Site” Warranty = $          _____

8.6.3.5.1.3.5          15 business days to become 100% operable for “On Site” Warranty = $ _____

8.6.3.5.1.3.6          Other: Please describe: ______ business days to become 100% operable for “On
                       Site” Warranty = $____________

8.6.3.6 Installation of Network Laser Printer, Cables, Surge strips. - The Vendor must install
        printers. The District‟s proposal requests that the vendor provide all supplies to complete
        installation including, printer, printer cartridges, surge strips and printer cables.

8.6.3.6.1        Administrative Purchases: The District will purchase a computer and may purchase a
                 laser printer. Deliver of the laser printer (to include a printer cable), and surge strips to
                 each of 46+ building locations including placing printers in appropriate rooms of
                 administrative offices along with testing the printing from each computer. Unit price for
                 installation of items proposed.

8.6.3.6.1.1 Level Quantity                     Unit Price

8.6.3.6.1.2 I             1 - 25                          _____________

8.6.3.6.1.3 II            26 - 75                         _____________

8.6.3.6.1.4 III           75+                             _____________

8.6.3.6.2        Instructional Mini Lab Purchases: The District will purchase computers and possibly a
                 laser printer (to include a printer cable) from the vendor. Delivery will include: placing the
                 computers in the appropriate room, placing the computers on a table, connecting the
                 computers to the printer through IP, and testing the printing from each computer. Unit
                 price for installation of items proposed as defined above.

8.6.3.6.2.1 Level Quantity                     Unit Price

8.6.3.6.2.2 I             1 - 25                          _____________

8.6.3.6.2.3 II            26 - 75                         _____________

8.6.3.6.2.4 III           75+                             _____________

8.6.3.6.3        Lab Purchases: group of 30 computers in a room or a cart. (HP 1320nw model for
                 wireless carts)


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8.6.3.6.3.1 Level Quantity                     Unit Price

8.6.3.6.3.2 I             1 - 25                          _____________

8.6.3.6.3.3 II            26 - 75                         _____________

8.6.3.6.3.4 III           75+                             _____________

8.7.0       Security Devices - The District desires to provide security for the processors and other
            components. One solution provided in the past has been small padlocks to lock the two parts
            of the case together. All padlocks used throughout the installation year must be “keyed” to
            the same key with all keys being delivered to the Technology Services Department If this is
            not feasible due to the inherent design of the case, the District would like for the vendor to
            propose other cost effective alternatives compatible with the case being proposed to offer
            the District an opportunity to provide some level of security.

8.7.1                                                                                     Cost Per Unit

8.7.2       Screws with “tamperproof heads” requiring a specified “bit” screwdriver          $________

8.7.3       Padlocks - all 2000+ keyed to the same key to lock both parts of the case together
            $________

8.7.4       Please describe the device listed as “Other Security Devices”      Other……….. $________

8.7.4.1 _________________________________________________________________________
        _________________________________________________________________________
        _________________________________________________________________________
        _________________________________________________________________________
        _________________________________________________________________________
        ______________________________




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 9.0.0           SIGNATURE PAGE

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


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


ADDENDA, if any: If issued in accordance with this document, the undersigned acknowledges receipt
of:

Addenda No:                                                   dated                               .



The undersigned agrees to abide by all delivery schedules and timelines provided as part of the
proposal and to provide all services and products in accordance with those timelines unless the
district provides a properly executed change order.


FIRM NAME

ADDRESS

CITY/STATE/ZIP

TELEPHONE NO.

FACSIMILE NO

EMAIL ADDRESS

AUTHORIZED SIGNATURE

E-RATE SPIN NUMBER

TYPED/PRINTED NAME

POSITION WITH COMPANY

REPRESENTATIVE'S NAME




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