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                                                       Change Notice No. 4
                                                   Effective date: June 15, 2011

Contract number:                           04005                                         Replaces Contract: 16798
Commodity code:                            5840
Contract title:                            Marine Radar; Satellite Compass System; Universal Automatic
                                           Identification System & GPS Maintenance And Repair
Purpose:                                    1. Extends contract 04005 with Harris Electric Inc. for two (2)
                                               year term.
                                            2. Price Adjustments effective June 15, 2011 as listed in
                                               Attachment “A”.
Term:                                      June 15, 2011            through: June 14, 2013
For use by:                                Department of Transportation – Washington State Ferries,
                                           Department of Corrections, Political Subdivisions and Non-Profit
                                           Corporations.
Contract type:                             This contract is designated as mandatory use.
SCOPE OF CONTRACT                          This contract is awarded to one contractor(s).
Contractor :                               Harris Electronic, Inc.                  Contact:                                Bob Gregoire
Address:                                   4020 23RD AVE W                            Phone:                                (206) 282-8080
                                           Seattle, WA 98199                            FAX:                                (206) 301-0918
Email:                                     bgregoire@harriselectricnc.com
                                                                              Fed. I.D. No.:                                91-0862393
                                                                               Supplier No.:                                31276
Ordering information:                      See page 2 Note III
Ordering procedures:                       See page 2 Note II
Special Conditions:                        See page 3
Payment address:                           See Contractor Address Above
Order placement                            See Contractor Address Above
address:
This page contains key contract features. Find detailed information on succeeding pages. For
more information on this contract, or if you have any questions, please contact your local agency
Purchasing Office, or you may contact our office at the numbers listed below.
Contracts                       Corey Larson                                          Assistant:                     Christine Schoepfer
Specialist:
Phone Number:                   (360) 902-7444                                        Phone Number:                  (360) 902-7193
Fax Number:                     (360) 586-2426                                        Fax Number:                    360) 586-2426
Email:                          clarson@ga.wa.gov                                     Email:                         cschoep@ga.wa.gov
                                      Visit our Internet site: http://www.ga.wa.gov/Purchase/


Washington State Department of General Administration
Office of State Procurement, PO Box 41017, Olympia, WA 98504-1017

The Department of General Administration provides equal access to its programs, services and employment for all people without regard to race,
religion, national origin, age, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, Vietnam veteran status, or disabled veteran status. To request
this information in alternative formats call (360) 902-7400, or TDD (360) 664-3799.
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Minimum orders:                  None
Payment terms:                   Net 30 days
Shipping destination:            Freight On Board (FOB) Destination aboard vessel
Freight:                         Prepaid and included in unit pricing
Contract pricing:                See Attachment “A”.
Term worth:                      $400,135.00
Current participation:           $0.00 MBE         $0.00 WBE        $375,000.00 OTHER            $0.00 EXEMPT
                                 MBE 0%            WBE 0%           OTHER 100%                   EXEMPT 0%
Recovered material :             None
NOTES:
I.     This contract is subject to RCW 43.19.190(2) & RCW 43.19.1905(7): which authorizes state
       agencies to purchase materials, supplies, services, and equipment of equal quantity and quality to
       those on state contract from non-contract suppliers. Provided that an agency subsequently
       notifies the Office of State Procurement (OSP) State Procurement Officer (SPO) that the pricing
       is less costly for such goods or services than the price from the state contractor.
       If the non-contract supplier's pricing is less, the state contractor shall be given the opportunity by
       the state agency to at least meet the non-contractor's price. If the state contractor cannot meet the
       price, then the state agency may purchase the item(s) from the non-contract supplier, document
       the transactions on the appropriate form developed by OSP and forwarded to the SPO
       administering the state contract. (Reference General Authorities document)
       If a lower price can be identified on a repeated basis, the state reserves the right to renegotiate
       the pricing structure of this agreement. In the event such negotiations fail, the state reserves the
       right to delete such item(s) from the contract.
II.    State Agencies: Submit Order directly to Contractor for processing. Political Subdivisions:
       Submit orders directly to Contractor referencing State of Washington contract. If you are unsure
       of your status in the State Purchasing Cooperative call (360) 902-7415.
III.   Only authorized purchasers included in the State of Washington Purchasing Cooperative
       (WSPC) and State of Oregon Cooperative Purchasing Program (DASCPP/ORCPP) listings
       published and updated periodically by OSP and DAS may purchase from this contract. It is the
       contractor‟s responsibility to verify membership of these organizations prior to processing orders
       received under this contract. A list of Washington members is available on Fax on Demand
       (360) 664-2444 or the Internet https://fortress.wa.gov/ga/apps/coop/Default.aspx, and a list
       of the Oregon members is available through the Vendor Information Program (VIP) which you
       can access through their Internet site under “Contracts and Bids” at
       http://www.oregon.gov/DAS/SSD/SPO/docs/orcpp-member-list.pdf Contractors shall not
       process state contract orders from unauthorized users.




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SPECIAL CONDITIONS:
1. Contract History:
 6/15/11 Change Notice No. 4:
           1. Extends contract 04005 with Harris Electric Inc. for another two (2) year term
              starting 6/15/2011 through 6/14/2013.
           2. Price Adjustments effective 6/15/2011 as listed in Attachment “A”.
 6/15/09 Change Notice No. 3:
           1. Extends contract 04005 with Harris Electric Inc. for another two (2) year term
              (6/15/09 to 6/14/11).
           2. New Price Adjustments effective June 15, 2009 as listed in Attachment “A”.
              Services to be performed through June 14, 2009 are to remain unchanged.
           3. Clarification:
              A. New vessels are to include leased vessels. Refer to Specifications, section 2c
                  of Attachment “B”.
              B. Travel time which commences during normal working hours (S.T.) but
                  continues into overtime hours (O.T.) due to time of departure from the vessel
                  will be billed in quarter hour increments, beginning at S.T. and continuing as
                  O.T. Refer to Special Conditions, #11 Inspection Duration; section A.5
                  Scheduling.
11/14/08 Add contractor‟s email address.
  4/2/08 Update contract specialist information.
12/19/07 Update contract specialist and alternative contact information.
 6/15/07 Change Notice No. 2: Extends contract 04005 with Harris Electric Inc. for another
          two (2) year term (6/15/07 to 6/14/09). Prices for services to be performed are to
          remain unchanged until August 2007. At such time prices will be revised August 15,
          2007 as listed in Attachment “A”. Specifications and Statement of Work are provided
          in Attachment “B”. All other terms and conditions remain unchanged.
 9/15/06 Change Notice #1: Revises prices for labor rates and trip charges as provided under
          Section 6.3, Price Adjustment Clause in contract bid document. Prices for services to
          be performed are listed in
          Attachment “A”. Specifications and Statement of Work are provided in Attachment
          “B”. All other terms and conditions remain unchanged.
 6/15/05 Contract Award
2. Contactor documents to be on file with this contract are as follows:
    Performance Bond required: $10,000.00 within Fifteen (15) days after Contractor
     receipt of Contract Award Notice. (Note: Performance Bond to be concurrent from June
     15, 2005 through June 14, 2007.)
    Certificate of Insurance: Contractor to furnish to the State Procurement Officer, a copy
     of a valid certificate of insurance for U.S. H&L (See Specifications, Section III,
     Paragraph D) within Fifteen (15) days after Contractor receipt of award notice.
    U.S. Longshore and Harbor Workers: It is a mandatory requirement of this contract
     that the contractor will have in place U.S. Longshore and Harbor Workers' Insurance
     (U.S. L&H). Longshoreman‟s and Harbor Workers' Insurance is required for all on-site
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       personnel. Exceptions to "on-site personnel" is limited exclusively to office clerical,
       secretarial, security or data processing employees who are not covered by a State Workers
       Compensation Act, 33 USCA & 902 (3). Bidder to furnish a copy of their U.S. H&L
       Insurance certificate within fifteen (15) day after bid award.
    Personnel (Fidelity) Bonds: All contractor employed service technicians must be
       bondable. Within Fifteen (15) days after notice of award, contractor must post bonds for
       all employees who will work aboard vessels in the amount of $25, 00.00 per individual.
       Employees hired during contract performance must also be bonded prior to dispatch to
       vessels. Contractor is responsible to maintain a current listing with Washington State
       Ferries concerning status of Technicians and their bonding. (Bonds will be in the contract
       file maintained by the Office of State Procurement.)
3. Contractor to perform routine quarterlies, semi-annual and annual maintenance as outlined at
   Attachment "B" Specifications and Statement of Work.
4   Contractor, prior to processing of invoice, must provide each agency‟s accounts payable
    department (addresses shown at Attachment "B", Section XIV) a copy of current applicable
    parts price list(s). With invoice for routine inspections and overhauls, contractor shall
    provide a list of the procedural and technical specifics performed. See Attachment "B",
    Specifications, Section XIV.
5   WORK ORDER VALIDATION:
    A. All Work Orders must be signed by the Vessel's Captain, or Senior Officer aboard, upon
       completion of the work. Contractor to maintain a breakdown of repair parts and labor by
       vessel.
       (Note: Service technician(s) shall not remove any unserviceable parts from the vessel until
       verified and then released by the vessels Captain or Senior Officer aboard. Any item or
       system disturbed in the process of assigned task shall be returned to the condition it was
       found. If a deficiency is discovered upon initial inspection of site, or equipment, it must be
       reported immediately to WSF representative in charge, or to the Operations Center.
       Failure to do so could result in the responsibility for repair automatically assigned to
       Contractor.)
6   CONTRACT USAGE REPORTS:
    A. Contractor shall continue to submit to the State reports of sales against this contract to the
       Contract Administrator.
    B. Said reports shall be provided on a quarterly basis, or if required sooner by the Contract
       Administrator.
7   SAFETY:
    A. It shall be the responsibility of the Contractor to provide safety training to their employees.
       This shall include but not be limited to High Voltage Work and Work Aloft.
    B. The Washington State Ferries have as Fall Restraint System aboard the vessels to protect
       employees while working aloft. It shall be the responsibility of the Contractor to provide
       or acquire harnesses to hook into the existing system for the protection of their employees
       while working aloft.

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    C. The Washington State Ferries have a Lock-Out / Tag-Out Safety procedure that requires
       the isolation of components and systems that will have work performed upon them, from
       power supplies to prevent injury. The placement and removal of these Lock-Out / Tag-
       Out identifiers shall be under the direct management of the Chief Engineer of the vessel.
       All work must be coordinated through the vessel‟s Chief Engineer or representative
       thereof. Due to the nature of marine electronics work is often required with a power
       supply present in such cases all work must be detailed to the Chief Engineer.
    D. The employees of the Contractor shall also be subject to all existing safety standards
       utilized while working on board the vessel. The employees of the Contractor shall also be
       subject to all existing safety standards enforced by the shipyards where the vessel is
       located. This information can be requested from the Chief Engineer and or Project
       Engineer or shipyard Facility Foreman.
    E. The responsibility to research any and all safety provisions is the responsibility of the
       vendor / technician.
8   SECURITY:
    A. Vendor/Contractor Employee I.D. Cards. The successful Bidder will provide Security
       ID for its employees to identify themselves as personnel of the Vendor. Vendor/contractor
       employees are to present picture identification, and sometimes two pieces of picture I.D., to
       a WSF Terminal Seller every time they seek entry onto WSF property. The identification
       must comply with U.S. Coast Guard I.D. requirements, in that it must:
          Contain the full name of the individual;
          Contain a photograph clearly depicting the person‟s current facial features;
          Contain the name of the issuing organization; and
          Be laminated, or constructed of some other material so as to be tamper resistant.
          NOTE: Most states‟ drivers‟ licenses fulfill U.S.C.G. identification requirements
               and are therefore acceptable means of identification at WSF.
    B. Restricted Areas. All areas on WSF terminals and vessels that are not considered public
       access areas shall be designated with conspicuous signs as restricted areas. All restricted
       area signs are scheduled to be in place by July 1, 2004. Restricted areas will be locked,
       barricaded or otherwise physically delineated. Vendor/contractor employees needing to
       enter a restricted area to provide services will need to be granted access by a WSF
       employee. Vendor/contractor employees may be asked to present picture identification
       prior to entering a restricted area even if they previously showed identification upon
       entrance to the terminal. Vendor/contractor employees should not attempt to enter a
       restricted area without the permission/direction of a WSF representative. An unauthorized
       person in a restricted area constitutes a reportable breach of security that must be
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    C. Vendor/Contractor Employee Identification Lists. Vendors/contractors are to submit to
       WSF and maintain an accurate list of all employees who will be working on WSF property.
       The list must also contain the name of the company or government agency, contact
       person(s), and contact phone number(s) that is/are good for any time period when one of
       their employees may be working at a WSF facility.               Specifically, the above
       vendor/contractor information must be sent to:
                          Mr. Edmund (Ned) Kiley
                          Washington State Ferries Security Officer
                          2911 Second Avenue
                          Seattle, WA 98121-1080
                          Or emailed to: kileyn@wsdot.wa.gov
    D. Vendor/Contractor Parking Pass. Should a vendor/contractor‟s services require parking
       on a WSF terminal, the Terminal Seller will issue the employee a disposable parking pass
       that, when displayed, allows the vehicle to be parked at the terminal on the day of issue for
       the time duration services are being provided. A pass must be obtained each time the
       vendor‟s vehicle enters the facility. Any vehicle not displaying a parking pass is subject to
       tow at owner‟s risk and expense.
9   WORK STANDARDS:
    A. All work performed by the vendor is expected to meet the work standards and guidelines
       set forth at the installation site, which shall be confirmed through and accepted by the
       WSF Inspector or WSF Eagle Harbor Facility Foreman; this shall encompass all WSF
       supervised and operated facilities, and all commercial yards where work for WSF vessel
       construction, repair, and maintenance is performed.
    B. Each Installation shall be under direction of Washington State Ferries Port Captains, Port
       Engineers, and Vessel Engineering, or representatives thereof, and contracted installation
       employees shall be directly reportable the WSF Inspector or site Supervisor.
    C. All Installations shall meet or exceed current U. S. C. G. standards and requirements;
       these U. S. C. G. standards and requirements shall be the responsibility of the Vendor to
       determine and uphold. Any installations failing to pass U. S. C. G. Inspection shall be
       corrected to U. S. C. G. requirements; if this results from failure to confirm regulations or
       negligent or sub-standard work, costs will be the responsibility of the Vendor.
       Unforeseen costs, beyond the responsibility of the Vendor, can be reimbursed with
       documentation. Completion of an Installation must satisfy of Washington State Ferries
       Port Captains and Vessel Engineering, or representatives thereof, and pass approval of the
       WSF Inspector or WSF Eagle Harbor Facility Foreman and the U. S. C. G.
    D. The Contractor shall return to its original location any items, or equipment, that needs to
       be displaced, or removed, to facilitate the installation; under certain circumstances and at
       the approval of the WSF site and vessel authority‟s items may be located to new position.
       Items of an extraordinary nature (i.e. cabinetry, paneling, insulation, etc.), that require
       removal shall be identified to the WSF Inspector or WSF Eagle Harbor Facility Foreman.
       If the Contractor is involved with such relocation and replacement it may be a billable

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       item with proper documentation. If items are not identified, the replacement shall be the
       responsibility of the Vendor. Any questionable items shall be alerted to the WSF
       Inspector or WSF Eagle Harbor Facility Foreman prior to removal.
   E. The Vendor shall provide a Rate per Man Hour for items that are required to be relocated
      with the current Radar installation; any relocation shall include continuous wiring,
      cabling, practices, and standards observed in the Radar Installation, which costs can be
      reimbursed with documentation.
   F. When in a commercial yard, the installation shall be conducted on a “not to interfere”
      basis with other yard Contracted Work. It will be the responsibility of the Vendor to
      contact the lead WSF Inspector to determine the potential of interference with any
      emerging, or any conflicting, Contract Work.
   G. It will additionally be the responsibility of the Vendor to contact the lead WSF Inspector
      to identify the task to accomplish the installation and coordinate the time schedule for the
      installation.
   H. It is additionally the vendor‟s responsibility to arrange for, and pay for, crane lifts, or any
      other work associated with installation/removal of radar‟s on a not to interfere basis with
      the shipyard work. The use of cranes for lifting and removing Radar related items may be
      coordinated with the WSF Inspector; scheduling and costs will be the responsibility of the
      Vendor, but costs can be reimbursed with documentation.
   I. Commercial Yard, or Washington State Ferry Repair Facility, personnel must perform all
      “Hot Work”. The scheduling and costs for any required “Hot Work” that has not been
      previously identified may be the responsibility of the Vendor; but costs can be reimbursed
      with documentation.
   J. The Vendor must keep their workspace clean and free of any potential safety hazards. In
      as much that any hazards to safety may be left unattended, or should develop, it shall be
      clearly marked by the Vendor and reported to the WSF Inspector. General clean up shall
      be on a daily basis with a total clean up upon completion, any debris removal costs shall
      be the responsibility of the Vendor. The costs of any clean up, that are related to the
      installation that is from the negligence or oversight of the vendor and failure to perform
      such clean-up shall be assessed to the vendor.
10 NON-REPAIRABLE ITEMS & REPAIR OR REPLACE CLAUSE:
   A. All items shall be repaired in a manner that will cause the minimum disturbance to the
      vessels operating schedule. Repairs must be made within the provisions of section 4 c of
      the specifications. Non-repairable items (NRI‟s)) are items that cannot be repaired. All
      items shall be deemed repairable; unless through some extreme circumstance WSF
      personnel, or accident involving the equipment by means of maritime hazard, damage the
      equipment by means of an external source. Water damage, impact damage, external
      (non-equipment induced) fire, or deliberate tampering would be exemplar of extreme
      circumstance. Any NRI shall be returned upon determination of the item being a NRI.
      Unless these items are an exchange items they must be returned to the state on a monthly
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   B. Whereas the estimated costs, including labor, of repair exceed 70% of the value of an
       item the vendor shall notify the WSF Port Captains Office of the situation and a
       determination of repair or replace shall be made.
11 INSPECTION DURATIONS:
   A. Radars-Annual Inspections will be allotted a specified amount of time to conduct the
      work necessary to confirm, and adjust equipment, to the proper operational levels.
      Annuals will be allotted two (2) hours per radar to perform the associated work. Quarterlies
      will be allotted one and half (1½) hours per radar to perform the associated work:
       1.     UAIS/ Satellite Compasses - The UAIS/ Satellite Compasses units will be
              inspected on an Annual basis and will be allotted a specified amount of time to
              conduct the work necessary to confirm, and adjust equipment, to the proper
              operational levels and verify transmission, reception, and transfer. Annuals will
              be allotted one (1½) hour per UAIS and Satellite Compasses unit to perform the
              associated work.
       2.     GPS / FMD-1832- These units will be inspected on an Annual basis and will be
              allotted a specified amount of time to conduct the work necessary to confirm, and
              adjust equipment, to the proper operational levels. Annuals will be allotted one
              half (½) hour per each unit to perform the associated work.
       3.     ACTUAL DURATION-Where the actual time for the work performed does not
              equal the time allotted; only the actual time worked shall be charged. The time
              charged will be verified by the time indicated aboard and departing the vessel on
              the servicing report.      Where an inspection is completed mid sailing, the
              technician is encouraged to perform one of the shorter duration inspections, or
              perform a required repair if one should exist. Due to regulations payment cannot
              be awarded for non-work periods during scheduled inspections; time aboard
              vessel in response to equipment‟s failure is a billable item (vendor is encouraged
              to perform related work, or inspection, if time allows--failure to repeatedly utilize
              remaining time may result in contract termination).
       4.     OUT OF SERVICE VESSELS-WSF may elect to place a vessel on Out of
              Service status due to anticipated extended lay-up periods. Vessels in this status
              will have adjusted servicing schedules as agreed upon by WSF and the vendor.
       5.     SCHEDULING-Scheduling of Inspections shall be during straight time hours
              unless completion of task or sailing schedules causes the work to carry over into
              the overtime rates. Travel to a job shall always be at straight time values. Return
              trips from a job may carry over into the overtime rates and shall be calculated in
              one-quarter (¼) hour increments. Whereas the travel costs to out distant ports
              may be more costly than the costs to complete a series of inspections at overtime
              rates, the overtime work is encouraged with pre-notification to the WSF Port
              Captains Office.
              Travel time which commences during normal working hours (S.T.) but continues
              into overtime hours (O.T.) due to time of departure from the vessel will be billed
              in quarter hour increments, beginning at S.T. and continuing as O.T.
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Attachment “A” - Price Sheets

Attachment “B” - Specifications

Attachment “C” - Procedural Technical Specifics

Attachment “D” - Service Shop Locations and service Personnel




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ATTACHMENT “A”
                      PRICE SHEET-PRICES EFFECTIVE THROUGH JUNE 14, 2013
I.       LABOR RATES:
1.    Hourly Servicing rate:                       $ 71.00          8:00 Am To 4:30 Pm Monday through Friday
2.    Overtime Servicing Rate:                     $ 102.00         16:30-0800 Hours Monday-Sunday & Holidays
3.    Evening, Weekend & Holiday Rate:             $ 102.00         16:30-0800 Hours Monday-Sunday & Holidays

II.      TRIP CHARGES (inclusive of mileage and travel labor rates):
         FERRY TERMINAL                      PER-TRIP CHARGE                      OVERTIME & WEEKEND RATE
Bremerton                                             $0.00                                     $223.00
Pier 52 (Colman Dock)                                 $78.00                                    $106.00
Anacortes                                            $280.00                                    $392.00
Edmonds                                              $121.00                                    $184.00
Keystone                                              $0.00                                     $244.00
Mukilteo                                             $173.00                                    $244.00
Point Defiance                                       $112.00                                    $153.00
Port Townsend                                        $225.00                                    $260.00
Fauntleroy                                            $80.00                                    $106.00
Eagle Harbor                                         $123.00                                    $153.00
Everett Yards                                        $173.00                                    $244.00
Tacoma Yards                                         $112.00                                    $153.00
Bellingham Yards                                     $312.00                                    $412.00
Seattle Yards                                         $67.00                                    $106.00
Southworth                                            $0.00                                     $154.00
Vashon Head                                           $0.00                                     $129.00

                                           ROUND TRIP CHARGE                           ROUND TRIP CHARGE
         FERRY TERMINAL
                                             (STEILACOOM)                                  (MCNEIL)
DEPT. OF CORRECTIONS
                                                     $144.00                                    $173.00
MCNEIL ISLAND CORR CENTER
III. DECOMMISSIONING and RE-COMMISSIONING CHARGES:
1. Charges to disconnect Radar as vessels go out of service:                          $239.00
2.    Charges to re-connect Radar as vessels go into service                          $457.00
3.    Other information deemed appropriate by bidder:




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IV.    PARTS PRICE LISTS/DISCOUNTS
Item                           Description               Reference Parts   Effective   Bid %
                                                         List No.          Date:       Discount
 1.    FURUNO FR-2125 SPU Processor Board (Part
       Number 008-530-840)                               Exchange .                     15 %.

 2.    FR-2125 ARP 26 Board (Part Number 008-517-170X)   Exchange .                     15 %.

 3.    FURUNO FR-2125 Video Plotter Board 250
       Part Number 008-528-450)                          Exchange .                     15 %.

 4     FURUNO FR-2125 Interface Board (Part
       Number 008-517-640)                               Exchange .                     15 %.

 5     FURUNO FR-2125 Power Supply (Part Number
       008-517-620)                                      Exchange .                     15 %.

 6     FURUNO FR-2125 CRT (Part Number 000-
       140-777)                                          No Exchange                    15 %.

 7     FURUNO FR-2125 Magnetron (Part Number
       000-140-762)                                      No Exchange                    15 %.

 8     FAR-2127 SPU Processor Board (Part Number
       008-536-460)                                      Exchange .                     15 %.

 9     FAR-2127 Interface Board (Part Number 008-                                        15 %.
       539-630)                                          Exchange .
 10    FAR-2127 Power Supply (Part Number 008-
       536-430)                                          Exchange .                     15 %.

11.    FAR-2127 Display 21" Flat Screen MU 201 CR
                                                         No Exchange                    15 %.

12.    FURUNO FAR-2127 Magnetron (Part Number
       000-140-762)                                      No Exchange                    15 %.




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ATTACHMENT “B”, SPECIFICATIONS
                                                Description                                                   Check If    Describe Fully If Not As
                                                                                                                 As              Specified
                                                                                                              Specified
   1.   SCOPE AND INTENT
        A.  This contract is for the purchase of a vendor provided maintenance and repair program for the
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            FURUNO equipment listed below, and any other Navigational Equipment acquired during the
            term of this contract. The maintenance and repair program provided by the vendor shall include
            all necessary supplies, parts and labor to properly maintain the reliable operation and maximum
            performance of the equipment located on board all WSF vessels.
        B.  The Vendor shall, in addition to regular Servicing and Maintenance, be capable of performing
            any required systems alterations, additions, or upgrades, to the existing Radars and
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            Navigational Systems on Washington State Ferries. Any alterations, additions, or upgrades
            shall be a cooperative effort between Washington State Ferries and the Vendor. These designs
            shall meet or exceed current U. S. C. G., Manufacturers, and any other standards and
            requirements for Radar and Navigational Systems.
        C.  When such alterations, additions, or upgrades, are made to the existing systems the Vendor
            shall provide to Washington State Ferries drawings and schematics to reflect the proposed
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            Radar and Navigational System after the changes have been completed. Further details are in
            No. 13-DRAWINGS below.
        D. Equipment: WSF utilizes the following FURUNO Radar systems; the FR-2110, FR-2125,
            FAR-2127, FMD1832, and one FR-8110, and four FR-1510. WSF also utilizes FURUNO GPS
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            units GP 500 MK II, GP80, GP80D, GP90D, and FBX II DGPS upgrades; one or two per boat.
            Additionally, this contract will incorporate servicing the UAIS units FA-100S, and the
            interconnecting relay systems. This contract will also incorporate servicing the SC-110
            Satellite Compass system, on per boat. Other components encompass signal; splitters relays
            and amplifiers as deemed necessary for proper operation of equipment. All pricing, servicing,
            parts, travel expenses, etc., shall be of similar terms as the radar standards if not otherwise
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         E. Response: Due to the critical nature of WSF operation, and the need of an operational               
              Radar or Navigational, WSF will require the awarded bidder to respond within 30 minutes
              to the callout for service and an additional 3 ½ hours, for a total of four hours to respond
              to the vessel; unless it is one of the extreme out ports. Failure to meet these time
              limitations may result in the dispatch of another qualified bidder
         F. Coverage: If multiple callouts occur simultaneously and the primary bidder cannot                   
              respond to all callouts in the time limits identified in F of this SCOPE section, WSF
              reserves the right to contact another qualified bidder. Failure to respond will result in
              terms listed in Section 3.5, Special Terms and Conditions, Performance Guarantee,
              Paragraph E-Failure to Respond.
    2.   EQUIPMENT
         A. EQUIPMENT LIST
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             Each of the twenty-nine (29) vessels currently operated by the Washington State Ferries utilizes
             portions or all of the following Radar and Navigational equipment.
                1. FURUNO FR-2125 two each per vessel.
                2. FURUNO FR-2125 BB two each per vessel.
                3. FURUNO FR-2110 two each per vessel.
                4. FURUNO FAR-2127 BB two each per vessel. (3 vessels have this).
                5. FURUNO FMD-1832 two each per vessel.
                6. FURUNO FA-100S two each per vessel.
                7. FURUNO GP-90D two each per vessel. (Eventually four per vessel).
                8. FURUNO GP-80D two each per vessel. (Eventually four per vessel).
                9. FURUNO GP-500 MK II two each per vessel.
                10. FURUNO SC-110 FR-2125 two each per vessel.
                11. FURUNO FR-1510 one each per vessel. (2 vessels have this).
                12. FURUNO FR-8110 one each per vessel. (1 vessel has this).
         B.  Other Radars and Navigational acquired and installed by Washington State Ferries on their
             vessels during the contract period shall automatically be included in and covered by this
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             contract. This will also cover any new or chartered vessels acquired by this agency during the
             contract period. Additional time required performing any required service and/or maintenance
             on newly assigned vessels will be assumed at the rate similar to type and quantity.



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        C.    EQUIPMENT DISTRIBUTION
                                WASHINGTON STATE FERRIES
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                  FERRY NAME        TYPE OF RADAR ON BOARD         QTY.

                  CATHLAMET              FURUNO FR-2125                   2 EA.
                                         FURUNO FAR-2127 DC               2 EA.

                  CHELAN                 FURUNO FR-2125                   2 EA.
                                         FURUNO FAR-2127 DC               2 EA.

                  CHINOOK                FURUNO FR-2110                   1 EA.
                                         FURUNO FR-8110                   1 EA.
                  ELWHA                  FURUNO FR-2125                   2 EA.
                                         FURUNO FAR-2127 DC               2 EA.

                  EVERGREEN STATE        FURUNO FR2110P                   2 EA.
                                         FURUNO FR-2125                   2 EA.




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                  HIYU         FURUNO FR-2110                    1 EA.

                  HYAK         FURUNO FR-2110P                   2 EA.
                               FURUNO FR-2125                    2 EA.

                  ILLAHEE      FURUNO FR-2125 BB Custom Screen   2 EA.
                               FURUNO FAR-2127 DC (After 4/05)   2 EA.

                  ISSAQUAH     FURUNO FR-2125                    2 EA.
                               FURUNO FR-2110P                   2 EA.

                  KALEETAN     FURUNO FR-2125                    2 EA.
                               FURUNO FAR-2127 DC                2 EA.

                  KITSAP       FURUNO FR-2125                    2 EA.
                               FURUNO FR-2110P                   2 EA.

                  KITTITAS     FURUNO FR-2110                    2 EA.
                               FURUNO FAR-2127 DC                2 EA.

                  KLAHOWYA     FURUNO FR-2125                    2 EA.
                               FURUNO FR-2110P                   2 EA.

                  KALAMA       FURUNO FR-1510                    1 EA.
                               FURUNO FR-2110                    1 EA.

                  KLICKITAT    FURUNO FR-2125                    2 EA.
                               FURUNO FR-2110P                   2 EA.

                  NISQUALLY    FURUNO FR-1510                    2 EA.
                               FURUNO FR-2110P                   2 EA.




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                  PUYALLUP                  FURUNO FR-2125 DC                 2 EA.
                                            FURUNO FR-2110P                   2 EA.

                  QUINAULT                  FURUNO FR-2125 BB Custom Screen   2 EA.
                                            FURUNO FR-2110P                   2 EA.

                  RHODODENDRON              FURUNO FR-2125 BB Custom Screen   2 EA.

                  SKAGIT                    FURUNO FR-1510                    1 EA.
                                            FURUNO FR-2110                    1 EA.

                  SEALTH                    FURUNO FR-2125 DC                 2 EA.
                                            FURUNO FAR-2127 DC                2 EA.

                  SNOHOMISH                 FURUNO FR-2125 BB                 2 EA.

                  SPOKANE                   FURUNO FR-2125                    2 EA.
                                            FURUNO FR-2110P                   2 EA.

                  TACOMA                    FURUNO FR-2125 DC                 2 EA.
                                            FURUNO FR2110P                    2 EA.

                  TILLIKUM                  FURUNO FR-2125                    2 EA.
                                            FURUNO FR-2110P                   2 EA.

                  WALLA WALLA               FURUNO FR-2125                    2 EA.
                                            FURUNO FAR-2127 DC (After 6/05)   2 EA.

                  WENATCHEE                 FURUNO FR-2125 DC                 2 EA.
                                            FURUNO FR-2110P                   2 EA.

                  YAKIMA                    FURUNO FR-2125                    2 EA.
                                            FURUNO FAR-2127 DC (After 4/05)   2 EA.

                  LANDING RADARS-FMD-1832 @ 2 EA. 4 TOTAL 99/143


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                                     DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS
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                             (MCNEIL ISLAND CORRECTIONS CENTER)-Confirmed

          VESSEL                              TYPE OF RADAR                                 QTY. ON BOARD

          MCNEIL                              FURUNO FMD 1932 MK II                                  1 EA.

          NEIL HENLY                          FURUNO FMD 1932 MK II                                  2 EA.

          MILLEWA                             FURUNO GAAS FET Front-end                              1 EA.
                                              Four-tone Daylight Display

          KIMBERLY                            FURUNO 1942                                            1 EA.

          MEDIC 1                             RAYMARINE Pathfinder +RL70                             1 EA.

          W.L. CALLAHAN                       FURUNO GAAS FET Front-end

          PEGGY N                             FURUNO FMD 1932 MK II                                  1 EA.

          6 FA-10 Class A UAIS Systems
          1 GP-32 GPS System

          Other marine radars acquired and installed by any of these agencies on their vessels during the contract period
          shall automatically be included in and covered by this contract.




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                  This will also cover any new vessels or leased vessels acquired by any of these agencies during the   
                  contract period. Additional time required to perform required maintenance on newly assigned vessels
                  will be assumed at the rate similar to type and quantity.
                  Fly Away Packs, required by WSF, are stipulated for WSF vessel only. Vessels of other agencies are
                  not covered by those requirements, unless they are agreed upon by the Agency and awarded Vendor.
                  Accounting Addresses area listed below.
                          A.       Washington State Ferries
                                   Accounts Payable Office
                                   2911 –2nd Ave
                                   Seattle, Washington 98121-1012
                          B.       Department of Corrections
                                   Mc Neil Island Corrections Center
                                   Accounts Payable Office
                                   P.O. Box 900
                                   Steilacoom, Washington 98388
   3.   COMPETENCY OF VENDOR
        A. The Vendor must be regularly engaged in the maintenance and repair of Marine Radars and
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           Navigational equipment and must maintain a full service shop within ninety (90) miles of the
           Washington State Seattle Ferry Terminal (Colman Dock). Vendor shall list their service shop
           location(s) including contact person and telephone number at Section IV, Attachment "3A"
           Service Shop Location and Service Personnel.
        B. At the time of bid opening, bidder must be a manufacturer's authorized dealership/service and
           repair facility for the brands and models of Radars and Navigational equipment listed in the
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           equipment list. This direct relationship with the equipment manufacturer is necessary to assure
           that the Contractor is kept current on all service bulletins and upgrade information on each of
           the Radars and Navigational systems. It shall be the Contractors responsibility to inform
           Washington State Ferries, and any other participating agencies, of any Radars and Navigational
           systems, or component or parts within the entire Radars and Navigational system, identified in
           service bulletins, and what alterations may need addressing by Washington State Ferries. A
           copy of service bulletins and updates, of any type or form, shall be forwarded to the Port
           Captain‟s Office, South Region Operations, at Coleman Dock, P-52. The Contractor shall be
           provided access to all database information regarding serial number, software, and specifics for
           each Radars and Navigational system and their history as available.


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        C.    It is important that the Radars and Navigational systems on board each of the vessels be
              properly maintained in safe and satisfactory operating condition at all times. For this reason,
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              the vendor must employ and / or supervise a minimum of five (5) experienced and qualified
              full-time service technicians, residing in the Greater Seattle area. Technicians must be factory
              authorized and trained to service and be familiar with and capable of efficiently repairing
              Radars and Navigational systems equipment, and accessory components, as listed above.
              Bidders are to identify and list their service technicians and provide copies of their factory
              training certificates at Section IV, Attachment "3A" Service Shop Locations and Service
              Personnel.
        D.    Technician Qualifications: WSF requires that all technicians that work on the Radar                
              systems be in possession of currently and valid FCC licenses and valid manufacturer
              signed, or issued certificate, or letter of authorization that professes the qualification of a
              technician to work FURUNO Equipment. This is necessary to ensure that warranty
              items, and warranty terms are not violated, and that warranty periods are not invalidated.
              Failure to produce a valid document at the time of award will prohibit any technician
              from performing work on WSF vessels until such time that a document is produced.
              NOTE: Bidder will furnish a photocopy of the certificates/letters when submitting
              bid.
   4.   MANNER AND TIME OF CONDUCTING WORK
        A. All work shall be performed only by qualified service technicians directly employed and
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           supervised by the vendor.
        B. Vendor must provide emergency repair service on an around-the-clock (24-hour) basis seven (7)
           days per week, including holidays. Repair service must be provided to the vessel within four
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           (4) hours of request. Vendor must provide and maintain at least two (2) emergency telephone
           numbers of dispatch personnel who can guarantee repair service within the four (4) hour
           maximum specified above. Contractor must be capable of responding to the vessel with,
           accompanying the service technician, a complete set of repair parts and equipment (“Fly
           Away Pack see item 6) for the Radar and Navigational Systems within four (4) hours of
           notification of need. Emergency 24 hour telephone numbers are to be listed on Attachment 3A.




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        C. Any and all non-emergency maintenance that requires the disabling of the Radar and
           Navigational Systems during operational periods shall be at the discretion of the Master of the
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           vessel. Maintenance of a system disabling nature shall be conducted during lay-up and layover
           periods. Where possible, Annual Inspections shall be conducted during yearly vessel lay-up
           periods. Whereas Annual Inspections and servicing cannot wait until such lay-up periods the
           work shall be performed underway with the approval of the Master and Chief Engineer, not
           withstanding any existing conditions that may preclude such servicing.. Annual Inspections,
           regardless of the time performed, are not to be considered other than regular servicing hours.
   5.   ANNUAL INSPECTIONS AND OVERHAULS
        A. The Vendor shall conduct inspections of the radar navigation equipment at the Request of WSF.
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           Additionally, the vendor shall conduct annual equipment inspections and necessary overhauls to
           maintain the equipment at peak operating efficiency and to incorporate any manufacturer
           advised equipment modifications and updates. Bidders are to enclose with their bid, at Section
           IV, Attachment "3" Supplemental Information a list of the procedural and technical
           specifications and individual tasks to be performed on each piece of equipment during these
           inspections. The estimated time required to perform each specified task will be included on this
           Attachment.
        B. It shall be the Vendor‟s responsibility to provide to Washington State Ferries, and all of the
           Vendor‟s technicians, accurate and updated records reflecting the most recent Inspections and
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           Annual Overhaul. This is to provide current equipment status to technicians in the field.
        C.    An Annual inspection shall, in as much as possible, occur during shipyard lay-up periods shortly before to
              returning to service. When this cannot occur the inspection will be conducted, at a maximum, within the
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              90-day period following the 12 months from the previous inspection.
        D.    Because certain portions of a repair may satisfy many components of an Annual inspection, an Annual
              inspection may be performed if it is within the three (3) month (quarter) window from the due date of the
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              needed Annual Inspection, or with approval of the WSF Port Captains Office. Defining provisions are
              listed in part E of this section.




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        E.    In addition to Annual Inspections, the Radar systems (excluding the landing radars) will receive Quarterly
              Inspections. These quarterly Inspections are addressed in the Section I-Part 2 SCOPE Part 4
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              Paragraph 1 and Section II Part 22 Inspection durations. These inspections shall occur approximately
              every ninety (90) days. These inspections are to monitor potentially deteriorating components and confirm
              proper operation of the radar systems. These are essentially preventative maintenance servicing calls and
              are thorough checks that are only slightly less complete than the Annual Inspections. Directions towards
              these servicing protocols can be obtained through the Manufacturer or WSF.
                    Many tasks that are utilized to analyze and repair on service call for a Radar may satisfy portions
                       of a Quarterly Inspection. When an unscheduled service call occurs the technician shall execute
                       the repair and, if possible, perform any additional procedures required to satisfy the needs of an
                       Inspection. This shall be identified as a “Spot Quarterly Inspection”. If possible, Spot
                       inspections should be confirmed with WSF prior to commencement.
                    The items conducted to facilitate the repair shall be identified on the Invoice separate of the
                       additional items to complete the Spot Quarterly Inspection. The additional charges of time and
                       parts for a Spot Inspection will be identified on the invoice.
                    When an unscheduled service call occurs, and the associated work requires the technician to be
                       detained on the vessel (because of Sailing Schedule), where sufficient time is available to conduct
                       a Spot inspection and the time of service falls within 30 days of the anticipated Quarterly, or 60
                       days from the last, due date the technician may perform a Spot Inspection.
                    For scheduling purposes, and to realign an Inspection that follows an accelerated Spot Quarterly,
                       a Quarterly inspection can be extended to 120 days.
                    When the above-described situations occur that are just outside of the minimum interval, the
                       Vendor or Technician shall contact the Washington State Ferries Port Captains Office to advise
                       of the opportunity for such repair and for possible acceptance.
                    This work may be omitted if Technician‟s services are required on another Washington State
                       Ferries the Technician is unable to perform the work due to extreme circumstance and noted.
                    This work may be omitted if the additional procedures necessary to complete a Spot Inspection
                       would cause the technician to be on a vessel‟s final sailing to the opposite side of Puget Sound, or
                       an Island, without return transportation to the mainland.
                    Additionally this work may be omitted, if the additional procedures necessary to complete a Spot
                       Inspection would cause the technician to be detained on the vessel (because of Sailing Schedule)
                       for more than forty-five (45) minutes in excess of Inspection time required to complete the work.
        F.    Frequent failure to conduct Spot Quarterly Inspections, when the opportunity does exist, may be deemed
              as an abuse of contractual intent and may constitute grounds for contract termination.
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        G.    Washington State Ferries holds the right to modify the provisions, implementation, and/or frequency of
              regularly scheduled Inspections if deemed excessive or unnecessary for proper operation. Washington
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              State Ferries in agreement with the Manufacturer, Coast Guard, and the Vendor would determine whether
              such situation exists. Any hardships may be applied for within stipulations of this contract.
        H.    Annual Inspections shall be conducted in the manner described in Section III, SPECIFICATIONS
              "4C". Washington State Ferries will make all attempts possible to provide the Vendor with the
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              anticipated Lay-Up schedule for the ensuing year. These schedules do change and the Vendor will be
              notified of such changes as they occur.
        I.    Annual Inspections shall occur once yearly and, ideally, within the same quarter (three-month interval)
              that it was performed the previous year, unless otherwise directed by Washington State Ferries.
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        J.    Many tasks that are utilized to analyze and repair a Radar System may satisfy portions of an Annual
              Inspection. When an unscheduled service call occurs and satisfies the stipulations identified in “C” of this
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              Subsection, and within the time interval identified in “I” of this Subsection (above), the technician shall
              execute the repair and, if possible, perform any additional procedures required to satisfy the needs of an
              Annual Inspection. This shall be identified as a “Spot Annual Inspection”.
                    All of the items and stipulations identified for Spot Quarterly Inspections apply to Spot Annual
                        Inspections. However, prior to conducting a Spot Annual Inspections the Vendor or Technician
                        shall contact Washington State Ferries Operation Center, and or the Port Captain‟s Office (South
                        Region Operations), to advise of the opportunity for such repair and for possible acceptance.
                    When an unscheduled service call occurs, and the associated work requires the technician to be
                        detained on the vessel (because of Sailing Schedule), where sufficient time is available to conduct
                        a Spot inspection and the time of service falls within 120 days of the anticipated Annual, or 9
                        months from last, due date the technician may perform a Spot Inspection.
                    For scheduling purposes, and to realign an Inspection that follows an accelerated Spot Annual, an
                        Annual inspection can be extended to 15 months.
                    All other guidelines and directions do apply.
        K.    The intent of the Annual and Spot Annual Inspections is to improve the operation and operational
              effectiveness lifetime over the lifetime of the Radar System.
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              L.
              1.
                   Preventative Maintenance and Inspections
                   Radars-The Radar will be maintained in a manner such to identify any anomalies in operation,
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                   degradation of signal, or return alignment or distancing. The Radar will be inspected on an Annual
                   basis to incorporate a full analysis of all of the readings and monitoring of levels as specified by the
                   manufacturer and any additional checks as deemed relevant by either WSF or the awarded bidder.
                   This shall include the proper entry and or confirmation of vessel statistics in the proper areas. In
                   addition to the Annual Inspections, Quarterly Inspections shall be performed to monitor the
                   equipment in between Annual Inspections; and are portions that are included within the Annual
                   inspections. These quarterly inspections will encompass all of the vital checks of the parts that may
                   change or vary on a regular basis, and include parts that are subject to wear and degradation. This
                   Quarterly Inspection will also check the levels of ARPA tracking voltages and sensitivity, and
                   confirmation of the proper levels of STC and FTC suppression curves. The technician shall also
                   referrer to the equipment logs for notes on any abnormal behavior or anomalies the have occurred
                   since the last inspection or servicing. The Master, upon completion of either inspection, must
                   confirm the satisfactory radar operation. The Department of Correction Marine Operations requests
                   Annual servicing only of their vessels. Landing Radars will be inspected Annually only.
              2.   Global Positioning Systems (GPS)-The GPS will be inspected on an Annual basis and encompass
                   inspection of all internal and external connections of the data cables, power supplies and signal
                   cables. This will include inspection of the antennae mounts and all connectors. Any multi-plexers,
                   data hubs, signal splitters, amplifiers, and relays for associated with the GPS system. Inspections of
                   these ancillary items will include any tests for operation or transfer and connectivity to the proper
                   systems.
              3.   Universal Automatic Identification Systems. The UAIS will be inspected on an Annual basis and
                   encompass inspection of all internal and external connections of the data cables, power supplies and
                   signal cables. This will include inspection of the antennae mounts and all connectors. Any multi-
                   plexers, data hubs, signal splitters, amplifiers, and relays for associated with the UAIS system.
                   Inspections of these ancillary items will include any tests for operation or transfer and connectivity
                   to the proper systems. Interconnectivity to the charting systems on the radar and any other
                   equipment will also be confirmed for full functionality.
              4.   Satellite Compass- The Satellite Compass will be inspected on an Annual basis and encompass
                   inspection of all internal and external connections of the data cables, power supplies and signal
                   cables. Any connectors. Any multi-plexers, data hubs, signal splitters, amplifiers, and relays for
                   associated with the Satellite Compass system. Inspections of these ancillary items will include any
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              5.   Batteries-Any system that includes batteries will be at proper intervals. Most equipment       
                   on WSF utilizes Lithium batteries and can be confirmed in the manufactures servicing
                   guides, estimated life cycle for batteries is 5 years. WSF will request that these batteries
                   be replaced every four (4) years. WSF requests that a tag or label be placed on the
                   equipment with the last replacement date, and the time for next replacement.
              6.   Logging-The information for these inspections will be placed in the Radar Log, and any
                   other appropriate equipment log. A copy of these inspections will be left on the vessel,
                   and another copy of these inspections will be forwarded to the WSF Port Captain Office,
                   in addition to any copies that are forwarded to the WSF Accounting Department.
              7.   Additional Equipment- Any equipment that is added or installed, that is related to the
                   navigational equipment, may be requested to be included into a servicing schedule. This
                   servicing will be at a rate equal to the other equipment maintained under this contract;
                   unless circumstances agreeable between WSF and the vendor prove an additional expense
                   is warranted-time involved may vary dependant upon complexity of the system.
              8.   Out Of Service- Vessels that are out of service or in shipyards will be exempt from
                   quarterly inspections. Annual inspections should be coordinated as much as possible with
                   vessel lay-up periods. When the lay-up does not match up with the 12 month Annual
                   Inspection schedule, WSF may allow adjustments to this schedule.
              9.   Annual Inspections- Annuals should occur within the quarter that it is scheduled. When
                   situations occur, as described in 8, this Annual Inspection may be adjusted by one quarter
                   forward. The Vendor shall monitor and also notify WSF when Lay-Up period exists with
                   the following quarter; in such cases the Annual may be delayed until the Lay-up period.
                   Frequent failure to notify WSF of this potential delay option may result in termination of
                   the contract.
   6.   SUPPLIES AND REPAIR PARTS
        A. Vendor must maintain a complete set of replacement repair parts. Repair parts must be locally
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            stocked in the Greater Seattle area throughout the term of the contract, to allow for immediate
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        B.    A complete set of replacement repair parts as defined by Washington State Ferries is as follows.
              Each and every part and component of the Radar, and the entire Navigational System
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              (excluding the Gyrocompass System), including, but not limited to, the Repeaters (Landing
              Radars), Universal Automatic Identification System, Global Positioning Systems,
              Differential Global Positioning Systems, UPS Systems, Power Conditioners, Power
              Supplies, Filters, Splitters, Amplifiers, Cabling, Connectors, Housings, Mounts,
              Enclosures, Satellite Compass Unit, and any other parts that are included within the
              Navigational System. This is to provide for the immediate access to any part, no matter
              how obscure or infrequently replaced, for replacement at any time.
        C.    The types of parts, and quantity, to be kept on hand in inventory are to reflect the number and
              types of units in service. Parts that are determined to require frequent replacement will be
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              stocked as inventory to accurately reflect demand and a fleet of aforementioned size. Parts
              determined to be of frequent replacement constitute any part replaced more than 6 times yearly
              throughout the fleet and shall reflect the anticipated rate of replacement. Parts subsequently
              identified to be of frequent replacement shall be immediately carried at a level to reflect the
              needs of a fleet of this size for Radars and above described units. The bidder through
              experience, research, or inquiry, from a documentable source, will provide a list of frequently
              used parts.
        D.    Repetitious failure to affect immediate repair through failure of stocking, and anticipating,
              adequate inventory may result in denial of reimbursement for return transportation cost to repair
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              the equipment, and may be grounds for contract termination. All reasonable variances may be
              applied for and will be accepted for consideration with documentation.
        E.    The bidder shall be required to carry and maintain at least three (3) “Fly Away Packs”
              (completes service packs), one for the FR-2110 until the final removal, one for the FR-2125,
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              and one for the FAR-2127; these are potentially available from the manufacturer or may be
              constructed by the bidder. These packs, to be carried by the service technician, are to contain
              virtually all of the necessary parts to affect a repair of the specified Radar in one service call.
              Parts identified as frequent replacements shall be stocked at adequate levels in addition to the
              “Fly Away Pack”, so that coverage of frequently utilized parts will not create a gap in repair
              response. The “Fly Away Pack” is a supplemental unit and does not relieve the bidder of the
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        F.    Procurement of these packs shall be the responsibility of the bidder. Upon obsolescence of
              model, provisions regarding “Fly Away Pack” for the specific model must be mutually
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              determined. Bidder will be informed of anticipated equipment alterations and removal
              schedules.
        G.    Re-acquisitions of replacement parts for the Fly Away Pack are considered to be reimbursed in
              the charges for the parts utilized to affect the repair as identified on the Service Invoices. Parts
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              must be returned to the manufacturer for exchange if available. This will be documented by
              invoice to WSF upon replacement of utilized part. Replacement parts shall be reordered from
              the manufacturer, the day of use or the beginning of the next working day. Due to the proximity
              of the manufacturer, replacements shall be procured within forty-eight (48) hours, or two
              working days, from time of reorder. Exceptions require notification to the Port Captain‟s
              Office, South Region Operations, at Coleman Dock, P-52 with follow up correspondence noting
              reason for delay.
        H.    Seldom replaced parts should be part of the “Fly Away Pack”. In the event of multiple
              casualties requiring repair by the same seldom replaced part(s), W.S.F. will pay the shipping
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              costs for twenty-four (24) hour delivery of the part(s) and replacement(s) for the “Fly Away
              Pack” with documentation citing both vessels involved and work order numbers.
        I.    These packs are to be exclusively utilized upon Washington State Ferries to ensure parts
              availability at all times. These packs are to be maintained with new or exchange parts from the
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              manufacturer. Incorrect use of these packs outside W.S.F. vessels may be grounds for contract
              termination.
        J.    Return transportation costs for repair of a malfunction (un resolved service call/same vessel or
              work order) caused by failure to initially supply adequate parts will be the responsibility of the
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              contractor. All reasonable variances may be applied for and will be accepted for consideration
              with documentation.
        K.    Due to the critical nature of the need for the full functionality of the Navigational System, and
              the minimization of down time, all parts shall be tested for proper operation within factory
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              defined specifications and parameters prior to installation or replacement upon any vessel. This
              shall include all parts used to maintain any portion of the system. This will require the Vendor
              to maintain fully operational components of the Navigational System in their servicing center
              for the testing of parts prior to installation. This unit may be used to satisfy a portion of the
              replacement parts on hand, and shall be replenished similar to the Fly Away Pack described
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        L.     Bidders shall also identify parts that are available for exchange and the exchange refund rate.
               Each price list must be identified along with its effective date and a copy must be attached to
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               and returned with Attachment 2. Parts that are deemed Non Repairable Items that are eligible
               for exchange will be exchanged.
        M. No parts shall be borrowed or robbed from other vessels in the WSF fleet to satisfy a spare part
               requirement. Should the need arise to do this on an emergency basis, the Port Captain‟s Office
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               must be notified in advance to give their consent. This must be a last resort and must not be
               substituted for poor planning of ordering and carrying the required inventory of shore based
               spares.
                         Frequent failures that result in the above described, and discouraged, process may
                          result in grounds for contract termination.
        N. Due to the timeliness and the necessity to repair equipment as quickly as possible, parts
               replaced in the process of affecting the repair may not have failed. Replaced parts deemed to
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               still be operational and functional can be re-used or replaced on the equipment from which they
               were removed; in so much that the part does not compromise the future operation, or the life
               expectancy of the part is such that immanent failure from life-cycle completion is near.
   7.   PERFORMANCE WARRANTY
        All work performed by the vendor must be warranted for parts and labor for a minimum period of
                                                                                                                    See Travel Time Bid
                                                                                                                     Sheet
        ninety (90) days from completion of repair work and or the cessation of the contract. If parts
        replaced carry a longer factory warranty than 90 days, then the longer warranty will apply. Vendor
        must maintain manufacturer warranties and factory technical updates for all gyro compass equipment
        covered by this contract.
   8.   LOCATION OF WORK
        Work location will be on board ferry vessels located in the waters of Puget Sound or while moored at
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        their respective terminals, Eagle Harbor Repair Facility, or commercial shipyard. Service technicians
        shall be dispatched with the necessary repair parts and servicing equipment to perform inspections
        and repairs. Transportation to and from ferry terminals or docks, excluding ferry tolls, shall be the
        responsibility of the vendor.
   9.   PERSONNEL BONDS
        All vendor employed service technicians must be bondable. Within ten (10) days after notice of
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        contract award, vendor must post bonds for all employees who will work aboard vessels in the
        amount of $25,000 per individual. Employees hired during contract performance must also be
        bonded prior to dispatch to vessels. (Bonds will be in the contract file maintained by the Office of
        State Procurement.)

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   10.   MILEAGE CHARGES
         A. Mileage and Travel charges, including Labor charges, are included in the round-trip charges
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             identified on the bid sheet. Maintenance and repair costs for failures to the navigational
             systems are included on the bid sheet.
         B.  From among those service shop locations listed at Section IV, Attachment 3A, bidders are to
             specify at Section IV, Attachment "2" the distance to the service shop location closest to each
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             ferry terminal. This information shall be used for the repair and requested work by WSF. The
             round trip mileage from this shop location and labor, or the per trip charge, specified shall be
             used for invoice purposes regardless of the actual dispatch shop utilized for a specific service
             call.
         C.  While in transit to remote terminals and vessels, where the connections and layovers may
             require detainment of the technician, the exact time of arrival at the terminal where detained,
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             the arrival time to the desired vessel, the departure from the desired vessel, and the re-
             embarking on the vessel to return to the port of original embarkation (whereto the travel charges
             are calculated) must be noted upon the invoice. The vendor may apply for the time hours of
             detainment upon verification of provided receipt and invoice defining such detainment. This
             charge is applicable for emergency servicing, and approved Annual Inspections that cannot wait
             until a yard period, and only for vessels that do not return to the mainland. This charge must be
             prior approved by the WSF Port Captains Office.
   11.   WORK ORDER
         A. Vendor will ensure that the time arriving on board a vessel and the departure time are properly
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            indicated on a pre-numbered Work Order.
         B. Vendor will ensure that the Ship‟s Captain, or the Senior Officer on board, upon completion of
            the work properly signs all Work Orders. This signature will confirm that the vendor's service
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            technician had worked on the vessel's Radar or Navigational equipment.
         C. Further details regarding Work Orders and Invoicing are listed at No. 16 below
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   12.   MANUALS AND SCHEMATICS
         Vendor shall ensure their service technicians have read and are familiar with equipment maintenance
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         manuals and schematics. WSF encourages the technicians to bring the schematics, servicing, and
         maintenance Manuals to repair the equipment; as failure to repair the equipment on the first servicing
         may result in the denial of the second travel charge. The Washington State Ferries will do it‟s best to
         ensure that proper operational manuals, and other pertinent manuals are available for inspection on
         board each vessel.

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   13.   DRAWINGS
         A. When alterations are to be made to the existing Radar or Navigational systems, the Vendor may
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                be required to generated and provide drawings to Washington State Ferries depicting proposed
                changes. In such cases these alterations must meet U.S. Coast Guard requirements, and
                Washington State Ferries Vessel Design approval. These drawings shall include and identify
                the components, cabling specifications and lengths, interconnects, breakers, penetrations, power
                sources, panels utilized, and any other regularly included Radar or Navigational items.
         B.     In such instances, the Vendor may be required to submit to the U.S. Coast Guard an Electrical
                Drawing, and Cable Guide Drawing, for approval of the system changes. Drawings may be
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                made by class where no variations exist; however, individual application must be made for each
                vessel. Approval must be received, from the U.S. Coast Guard, prior to the commencement of
                the actual work on each vessel.
         C.     These drawings shall be billed by Invoice to Washington State Ferries at an identified rate in
                SECTION IV ATTACHMENT 2, not to exceed the regular service hourly rate, and not to
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                exceed a 2-hour charge on a general basis. Invoices that are anticipated to exceed the 2-hour
                time limit will require prior approval, justification, and clarification from Washington State
                Ferries.
   14.   PARTS PRICE LISTS
         Bidders are to identify at Section IV, Attachment "2" Parts Price Lists, the specific parts lists to be
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         utilized for this contract for each piece of FURUNO Radar equipment. A copy of each reference parts
         price list shall be enclosed by the bidder at Section IV, Attachment "8". These prices are provided
         in the case of items that have been deemed unrepairable due to external causes. Bidders are
         encouraged to identify percentage discounts off these price lists for contract pricing purposes. Bidders
         are to identify on Attachment 2 Parts Price Lists, their one fixed percent (%) discount off each
         manufacturer's latest dated retail parts price list. Bidders shall also identify, on Attachment 2, parts
         that are available for exchange and the exchange refund rate. Each price list must be identified along
         with its effective date and a copy must be attached to and returned with Attachment 2.
   15.   TROUBLE-SHOOTING CHECK LIST
         Bidders are to enclose with their bid, labeled as Attachment "3B", a trouble-shooting checklist for
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         the radar equipment identified in the "Equipment List" above. This trouble-shooting checklist will
         be utilized by the Ship's Captain and crew to identify deficiencies or equipment malfunctions prior to
         placing a service call to the vendor.



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   16.   VENDOR INVOICING PROCEDURES
         Attach to each invoice a copy of the pre-numbered Work Order.
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         A. WORK ORDERS must show the following minimum information to be considered complete:
               1.    The identity of the vessel and the WSF terminal, yard, or dock.
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              2.    The name of the Equipment manufacturer and model number and Serial Number.
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              3.    A complete description of breakdown and / or description of the repairs or service work
                    completed; including the repair parts, components, and software upgrades (including
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                    version number) used during the servicing.
                       In addition to the Accounting copy, additional copies of the work
                          performed/problem analysis, repair parts, components replaced/repaired/used,
                          reason for non-completion (estimated date for completion), confirming tests,
                          observations, shall be generated.
                       One copy shall be a „Ships Copy‟ to be left with the Master/State Employee if
                          available, or with the Ships Log Book.
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                       An „Operations Copy‟ may be placed in a W.S.F. in-house mailer or forwarded by
                          the Vendor to the WSF Port Captains Office; delay in receipt may delay
                          processing of invoices.
              4.    Arrival time on the vessel and departure time from the vessel (i.e. arrived 0800 hours,
                    departed 1100 hours).
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              5.    The signature of the vessel captain, or senior officer, following completion of work. A
                    copy of the work order must be left with the state employee signing it.
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         B.   INVOICES If they are a separate document from the work order, must have the original copy
              of the work order attached and must show the following additional information to be considered
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              complete. The Vendor is encouraged to list pricing on the invoices for servicing.
              1.    For each repair part or component used, the manufacturer's part number, retail list price,
                    the bid discount and the contract price should be listed. Parts that have an exchange, or
                    core refund value for remanufacture, shall be identified.
              2.    Separately itemize all charges and attach any required documentation, such as ferry toll
                    receipts.
              3.    Washington State Sales Tax should not be added to invoices for work done on board WSF
                    vessels (referenced RCW 82.08.0285) except to the extent that statute provides otherwise.
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              4.    Contractor shall be responsible for the correctness of each work order, Service Report,
                    and Invoice. Incorrect work invoices will be returned unpaid to the Contractor for
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                    correction and reissue. Repetitious incorrect invoicing may be grounds for contract
                    termination. Invoices shall be mailed to the following address:
                                          Washington State Ferries
                                          Accounts Payable Office
                                          2911- 2nd Ave.
                                          Seattle, Washington 98121
              5.    Ensure that invoices are properly itemized and completed.
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              6.    Maintain breakdown of repair parts and labor by vessel.
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              7.    Any items not addressed, or specified, within the contract will need to be addressed upon
                    each occurrence. So as to not delay the processing of contract inclusive items, any billing
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                    outside of the contract specified charges should be invoiced separate of contract inclusive
                    items. A copy of the non-contract specified charges (i.e. non-maintenance) should be
                    additionally forwarded to the WSF Port Captain‟s Office, for review and to expedite the
                    processing of the Invoice.
   17.   LOG BOOKS, RECORDS AND REPORTING PROCEDURES
         A. Contractor and all service technicians shall comply with applicable USCG and any other
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             regulatory body regarding records and reporting procedures; including the recording of repairs
             in the vessel's "Radar Log Book”, or specific Equipment Log Books if constructed. Upon
             completion and entry into the “Radar Log Book”, and completion of the original Work Order,
             the dated signature of the vessel Captain or Senior Officer, if aboard, must appear both in the
             log book and on the original work order. Two copies of the Work Order/Work performed shall
             be provided to Washington State Ferries; one for a Ships Copy to be left on the vessel, and one
             to be sent by the Vendor to Washington State Ferries Port Captains Office. See 16, above, for
             other work order requirements.
         B.  The Vendor shall also maintain records for all work conducted and supplied to Washington
             State Ferries upon request at no additional costs. An end of the month list of Invoice Numbers
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             as well as a Servicing summary, by vessel, shall also be provided to Washington State Ferries.
             Washington State Ferries also encourages the Vendor to maintain parallel files by vessel to
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         C.     The Vendor shall keep all records of work performed on WSF vessels. Any documentation of
                work performed, equipment replaced and or installed, or any contract related items (within the
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                scope of the equipment serviced as described in the contract) shall be provided to WSF upon
                request at no charge.
         D. Additionally, the Vendor or any person employed thereby may be requested to attend meetings
                for contract clarification, or to explain work done, or develop strategies regarding the
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                equipment, at no additional costs to WSF. These meetings shall not exceed four times yearly up
                to sixteen hours. Any excess of these 16 hours may be submitted to WSF for billing, prior to
                the actual meeting, for approval.
         E.     Washington State Ferries utilizes Tracking and Monitoring system form for many Equipment
                related Events. An “Event” is defined as any one or more of the following items: Annual
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                Inspection, Casualty, and Repair. The technician may be requested to provide certain specific
                information during and after the service call or “Event” to any of the following: a Deck Officer,
                an Engineering Officer, and/or representative of Washington State Ferries.
                     Certain situations may require the technician to complete portions of this form (i.e.
                         scheduled Annual Inspection where no deck crew is aboard. A sample of these form is
                         will be provided as implemented.
                     Full explanation and direction are available upon request and will additionally be
                         provided upon contract award.
   18.   DISPOSAL OF STATE PROPERTY
         All equipment removed and replaced will remain property of the State. In cases where exchanges are
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         available, the exchange will be documented in writing to the State, and a copy of the exchange
         purchase order will be forwarded to the Port Captain‟s Office, at the time of the exchange. All other
         disposition of removed or replaced equipment shall be made through arrangement with the WSF Port
         Captain‟s Office.
   19.   SAFETY AND SECURITY
         It shall be the responsibility of the Contractor to provide safety training to their employees. This shall
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         include but not be limited to High Voltage Work, Fall Restraint, Lock-Out /Tag Out, and Security
         Provisions as provided in the Scope Section of this document. The employees of the Contractor shall
         also be subject to all existing safety standards utilized while working on board the vessel.




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   20.   WORK STANDARDS
         A. All work performed by the vendor shall be expected to meet the work standards and guidelines
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            set forth at the site in which maintenance is performed and shall be confirmed through the
            Master, Chief Engineer, WSF Inspector or WSF Eagle Harbor Facility Foreman; this shall
            encompass all WSF supervised and operated facilities, and all commercial yards where work for
            WSF vessel construction, repair, and maintenance is performed.
         B. Any alterations or upgrades to the Radar and Navigational system shall be under direction of
            Washington State Ferries Port Captains Office, Port Engineers Office, and Vessel Engineering,
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            or representatives thereof. Contracted servicing employees shall be directly reportable to the
            WSF Master on Watch, Chief Engineer, Inspector, or site Supervisor.
         C. Any alterations or upgrades shall meet or exceed current U. S. C. G. standards and
            requirements; these U. S. C. G. standards and requirements shall be the responsibility of the
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            Vendor to determine and uphold. Any alterations or upgrades failing to pass U. S. C. G.
            Inspection shall be corrected to U. S. C. G. requirements; if this results from failure to confirm
            regulations or negligent or sub-standard work, costs will be the responsibility of the Vendor.
            Completion of any alterations or upgrades must satisfy the Washington State Ferries Port
            Captains Office, Port Engineers Office, and Vessel Engineering, or representatives thereof, and
            pass approval of the WSF Master on Watch, Chief Engineer, WSF Inspector, or WSF Eagle
            Harbor Facility Foreman.
         D. When items require displacement or removal to facilitate any alterations or upgrades, it shall be
            the responsibility of the Vendor to notify the proper personnel. Any questionable items shall be
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            alerted to at least one of the following prior to removal or displacement: the Washington State
            Ferries Port Captains Office, Port Engineers Office, and Vessel Engineering, or representatives
            thereof, and WSF Inspector or WSF Eagle Harbor Facility Foreman. The Vendor shall provide
            a Rate per Man Hour for items that are required to be relocated with the alteration or upgrade;
            any relocation shall include continuous wiring and cabling, where proper marine practices and
            standards are observed. Costs, which can be documented, may be reimbursable under these
            work provisions with prior approval.




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         E.    When in a commercial yard, any alterations or upgrades shall be conducted on a “not to
               interfere” basis with other yard Contracted Work. It will be the responsibility of the Vendor to
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               contact the lead WSF Inspector to determine the potential of interference with any emerging, or
               any conflicting, Contract Work; it is additionally the Vendors responsibility to notify WSF
               personnel for the need of all hot work, crane lifts, or any other work associated with any
               alterations or upgrades of the Radar or Navigational System on a “not to interfere” basis with
               other shipyard work. Commercial yard personnel must perform all “Hot Work”; the scheduling
               and costs for any required “Hot Work”. The use of cranes for lifting and removing Radar or
               Navigational related items may be coordinated with the WSF Inspector; scheduling and costs
               may be the responsibility of the Vendor, but costs can be reimbursed with documentation.
   21.   SANITATION AND CLEAN UP
         The Vendor must keep their workspace clean and free of any potential safety hazards. In as much that
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         any hazards to safety may be left unattended, or should develop, it shall be clearly marked by the
         Vendor and reported to the WSF Inspector. General clean up shall be on a daily basis with a total
         clean up upon completion, any debris removal costs shall be the responsibility of the Vendor.
   22.   STATE HOLIDAYS
         Listed below are the Washington States legal holidays as designated by stature Revised Code of
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         Washington (RCW) 1.16.050:
         State Holidays: New Year Day               Labor Day
                            Martin Luther King Jr. Veterans Day
                            Presidents Day          Thanksgiving Day
                            Memorial Day            Friday immediately following Thanksgiving Day
                            Independence Day        Christmas Day
         These are the recognized dates that will be accepted as Holidays for the purpose of defining working
         days. These days shall be considered the same as weekend days and will not be included in any of the
         response times that identify a specified period of time or working days.




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                                     RADAR INSPECTION FORM FR-2110
VESSEL NAME: ____________________________                                   DATE: _____________ TIME: _________
                                                                                  QUARTERLY INSPECTION                _______
RADAR MODEL: FR-2110         RADAR NUMBER: (Check One) ANNUAL INSPECTION**                         _______
                             (1A-Port)_____ (1B-Star.)_____
                             (2C-Port)_____ (2D-Star.)_____
SERIAL NUMBER: _____________________ Contact vessel to confirm location, conditions, and receive permission
                                                       to conduct Inspection. Vessel Phone: ___________________
  1.) Report to Master/Officer On Watch to notify of arrival, and confirm performance of Inspection.
  2.) Identify circuits and post any “Lock-Out” signs or barriers, and locate Radar Log Books.
  3.) Turn Off Radar, remove necessary covers.
       FR-2110 Remove screws on Front Display Cover, lift cover, lock with stay.
       FR-2110 Remove SPU Board and flip DIP Switch # 4 on S1 to open Initial Settings.
  4.) Note: ON TIME:_______________ TRANSMIT TIME:_______________
  5.) While warming-up radar; check screen images; test Gain, STC, FTC, and Plotting on all Pulse lengths/Ranges.
       (Note any characteristics that may denote deterioration or potential malfunction. ________________________
 6.) Inspection. Confirm/Adjust PTU Board VOLTAGES (3). (Consult WSF Guide Book, see pages 4-5)
  FR-2110          CONDITIONS: ST-BY, 48 NM Range    All Voltages referenced to chassis.                   (see pages 4-5)
    Board- PTU9105                                                                                                       Amount
    Measuring Points      Voltage    Rating Range       Adjustment Point         Reading                   Reset to      Corrected
     (+)       (-)
  J117 # 1 to Chassis     + 12      11.9 to 12.1 VDC       VR 51                 _______                   _______       _______
  J113 # 1 to Chassis     + 5        4.9 to 5.1 VDC        VR 91                 _______                   _______       _______
  J116 # 1 to Chassis     + 106     105 to 107 VDC         VR 92                 _______                   _______       _______

   7.) Confirm TX-HV Line Voltage at every Inspection. (See WSF GB pages 6-7)
 **7.) [ANNUALLY] Confirm all LINE
 VOLTAGES(7).
  FR-2110            CONDITIONS: STAND-BY All Voltages referenced to chassis.          (see pages 6-7)
    Board-     TU9105
    Measuring Points        Voltage            Rating Range                                  Reading
     (+)         (-)
  DTB2 # 1 to Chassis      (TX-HV)         310       to 350 VDC                                  _______
  J114 # 4   to Chassis     +32            30.0      to    35.0 VDC                              _______
  J112 # 1   to Chassis    - 12           -11.0      to -13.0 VDC                                _______
  J113 # 4   to Chassis    + 5 (GD)         4.75     to 5.60 VDC                                 _______
  J111 # 6   to Chassis    + 9 (heater)      9.7     to 12.5 VDC                                 _______
  J111 # 1   to Chassis    (MOTOR)         21.6      to 26.4 VDC                                 _______
  J432 # 1   to Chassis  (Degauss)PDM9025  595       to 605 VDC                                  _______

 8.) Secure Scanner Unit rotation, post “Lock -Out” notification/Man Aloft both radars, and other necessary sites.
     (GB page 9)
 9.) Prepare for work on Scanner Unit. (see GB pages 8-12)
     Notify Master/Officer On Watch the work is to be conducted aloft.
     Don any necessary fall restraint/safety equipment necessary for work aloft.
10.)   Remove covers from Scanner Unit.
11.)   Visually inspect the condition of the Cables and Wiring to and inside Scanner Unit.
12.) Inspect/ Replace BRUSHES less than 1/8” from notch. Were Brushes replaced at this Inspection? YES______ NO______

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                                 RADAR INSPECTION FORM FR-2110
13.)   Inspect/Clean Armature.
14.)   Confirm/Adjust MAGNETRON HEATER VOLTAGE. (see GB page 8)
  FR-2110   CONDITIONS: ST-BY, 0.125 NM, Minimum Brilliance                              Check at Connector P801
                                                                                                                   Amount
   Measuring Points               Rating Range                Adjustment Point          Reading      Reset to      Corrected
    (+)         (-)                                           RFC Board (9008)
 Pin # 12 to Pin # 11            7.4 to 7.6 VDC                   VR 801                 _______     _______       _______

15.) Confirm MAGNETRON CURRENT when transmitting on all Pulse lengths/Ranges. (see GB page 10)
 FR-2110- Transceiver Unit
 Pulse length/Range      Measuring Points          Voltage Rating                Check Point
                          (+)         (-)
 Short 1            All: Pin # 13  Pin # 5       1.5    to   3.5 VDC       All: Plug P801
 Short 2                      Same               1.5    to   3.5 VDC             Same
 Medium 1                     Same               2.8    to   4.5 VDC             Same
 Medium 2                     Same               3.5    to   5.0 VDC             Same
 Long                         Same               4.2    to   5.5 VDC             Same

** 16.) [ANNUALLY] Confirm/Adjust DIODE MONITOR VOLTAGE. (see GB page 11)
  FR-2110   CONDITIONS: ST-BY, Short 1 Range                                             Check at Connector J601
                                                                                                                   Amount
   Measuring Points               Rating Range                Adjustment Point          Reading      Reset to      Corrected
    (+)         (-)
 Pin # 10 to Pin # 8             2.4 to 2.6 VDC                   VR 603                 _______     _______


17.) Inspect/Clean inside of Scanner Unit. Inspect/Clean inside of Scanner Covers and Gasket Seating.
**18.) [ANNUALLY] Replace GASKETS and O-RINGS. Were Gaskets and O-Rings replaced? YES_____NO______
19.) Apply Silicon GREASE to Gasket and O-Rings. Ensure Gasket is properly seated. (see GB page 9)
20.) Close up Scanner Unit and wipe down body and covers.
21.) Wipe down Array.
22.) Secure work aloft, and return to the display unit.
23.) Restart Scanner rotation.
**24.) [ANNUALLY] Confirm TRIGGER (PULSE REPETITION RATES) on all Pulse lengths/Ranges. Also Test
       Waveform on at least one Pulse length. (see GB page 12)
FR-2110 CONDITIONS: TX, ON-CENTER
   Board- INT9113
Frequency    Range Check Point     Rating                       P.R.R.
          Short 1   TP402      1980 to 2420 Hz                  2200
          Short 2              1980 to 2420 Hz                  2200
          Middle 1              900 to 1100 Hz                  1000
          Middle 2              900 to 1100 Hz                  1000
          Long                  540 to 660 Hz                    600

Waveform     Any        Check Point                     
                         TP402                     V
                                                        
                                      V: 4 to 12 V
                                       : 3.5 to 10 




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                                 RADAR INSPECTION FORM FR-2110
25.) Confirm/Adjust VIDEO INPUT from INT BOARD with Oscilloscope. If does not conform check TP404 (see GB
     page 13)
FR-2110    CONDITIONS: A/C AUTO OFF, Minimum Setting A/C RAIN A/C SEA, Initial Conditions (page 13)
  Board- INT-9113 PCB                                                                           Amount
Test Point Trigger Adjustment Point Rating    Receiver Noise     Reading        Reset to       Corrected

 TP 406      TP 11      VR 402           4.2 V Max.    600-800 mV       _______        _______


**26.) [ANNUALLY] Confirm/Adjust VIDEO PRESET. (see GB page 14)
FR-2110     CONDITIONS: A/C AUTO OFF, Minimum Setting A/C RAIN A/C SEA, Initial Conditions (page13)
   Board- VDA-9114 PCB    Initial Conditions (page 13)                                          Amount
 Test Point Trigger Adjustment Point     Rating        Receiver Noise Reading    Reset to      Corrected

  TP 3       TP 11       VR 1           4.2 V Max.    600-800 mV       _______        _______      _______

**27.) [ANNUALLY] Confirm/Adjust GAIN PRESET. (see GB page 14)
FR-2110     CONDITIONS: A/C AUTO OFF, Minimum Setting A/C RAIN, Maximum Setting GAIN & A/C SEA,
   Board- VDA-9114 PCB    Initial Conditions (page 13)                                      Amount
 Test Point Trigger Adjustment Point    Departure      Range     Reading       Reset to    Corrected

  TP 4       TP 11       VR 2          50mV (.05V)    +/- 10 mV        _______        _______      _______

**28.) [ANNUALLY] Confirm/Adjust STC (A/C SEA) PRESET. (see GB page 15 † note variables)

FR-2110     CONDITIONS: A/C AUTO OFF, Minimum Setting A/C RAIN, Maximum Setting GAIN & A/C SEA
   Board- VDA-9114 PCB†     Initial Conditions (page 13)                                   Amount
 Test Point Trigger Adjustment Point    Departure        Range   Reading      Reset to    Corrected

  TP 5       TP 11       VR 3            4.4 V          8.4 V†         _______        _______      _______

29.) Confirm/Adjust ARP Board VOLTAGE LEVEL. (see GB page 20)
 FR-2110 CONDITIONS: TX, 6 NM Range, A/C SEA & A/C RAIN & GAIN fully Counter-Clockwise
   Board- ARP18P9002                                                                                Amount
   Measuring Points      Rating Range      Adjustment Point        Reading      Reset to            Corrected
 (+)            (-)
  TP 6    to TP 7     + 0.09 to 0.13 VDC     R 104                  _______     _______             _______

30.) Confirm/Adjust ARP QUANTITIZED (Digital) VIDEO. (see GB page 21)
     Adjust Controls as listed.
     Open INITIAL SETTINGS Menu (pages 18-19); Press the keys RADAR MENU, then 0, 0, 2, 0. Next Press 6 to
     Select VIDEO SIGNAL, and Press 6 to Select “DGTL” Digital, then press ENTER.
     Screen Image should display faint random return. (see GB page 21)
 FR-2110             CONDITIONS: TX, 24 NM Range, A/C SEA & A/C RAIN fully Counter-Clockwise,
   Board- ARP18P9002                GAIN fully Clockwise Echo Stretch OFF, IR Interference Reject OFF
                       Did Video Require Correction                       Increased              Decreased
   Adjustment Point           Yes       No
       R 103                _______ _______                                _______                _______

31.) Press 6 to Select VIDEO SIGNAL, and return to the normal setting by Pressing 6 to Select “ANALOG”, then press
    ENTER.
32.) Confirm/Adjust MAIN BANG SUPPRESSION levels. (see GB page 17 and 15 see Guidebook)




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                                  RADAR INSPECTION FORM FR-2110
 FR-2110            CONDITIONS: TX on a Long Pulse Range 10 minutes, Adjust sensitivity to show slight amount of
     Tuning Control Panel            noise. Select 0.25 NM Range. Adjust A/C SEA to suppress sea clutter.
                          Did Video Require Correction
   Adjustment Point            Yes            No                                Increased           Decreased
  VR 301 (MBS-L)             ______         ______                               _______             _______
 Additional Needed CONDITIONS: Set to Initial Conditions on page 13 Guidebook.
 Board Version INT-9114-1PCB / INT-9114-2 PCB             Was Adjustment Required        Increased          Decreased
                Adjustment Point     Adjustment Point        Yes          No
                    VR 4                  VR 1             ______       ______            _______             _______

**33.) [ANNUALLY] Confirm/Adjust Sweep Timing. (see GB page 22)
      CONDITIONS: Follow recommendations in Guide Book, and set Range to 0.25 NM as listed.
      Open INITIAL SETTINGS Menu (18-19); Press the keys RADAR MENU, then 0, 0, 2.
      Press the No. 3 key and select TIMING ADJ (Timing Adjustment).
      Make any necessary adjustments with VRM rotary control dial.
      Press the ENTER key to register the change.  Was a change required?     YES_______
      NO_______
**34.) [ANNUALLY] Confirm/Adjust Heading/Bearing. (see GB page 23)
       CONDITIONS: Follow recommendations in Guide Book, and set Range to 0.25 NM as listed.
      Open INITIAL SETTINGS Menu (18-19); Press the keys RADAR MENU, then 0, 0, 2.
      Press the No. 3 key and select HD ALIGN (Heading Alignment).
      Make any necessary adjustments with EBL rotary control dial.
      Press the ENTER key to register the change.   Was a change required?    YES_______
      NO_______
 35.) Before securing check screen images, test Gain, STC, FTC, and Plotting on all Pulse lengths/Ranges.
 36.) Turn off Radar. Clean out any accumulations of dirt of any form around anode cap and inside of radar.
      Remove SPU Board flip Dip Switch # 4 to original position to exclude Initial Settings access.
 37.) Replace covers and secure in place.
 38.) Turn Radar On and check on all Ranges to confirm operation.
 39.) Fill out appropriate Radar Log Book and forms
 40.) Inform Master/Officer On Watch of completion of Inspection servicing and signature.

Technician (print name):_________________________ Signature: ___________________________          Date: ____________

Master/ Officer On Watch (print name):_________________________ Signature: _____________________ Date: ____________




                                                                    Bidder's Company Name Harris Electronic, Inc.___

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ATTACHMENT “D”

       Marine Radar; Satellite Compass System; Universal Automatic Identification System & GPS
                                       Maintenance And Repair

                 SERVICE SHOP LOCATIONS AND SERVICE PERSONNEL
I.     SERVICE SHOP LOCATIONS

       Bidder shall list below the name and address of service shops to be utilized in the performance of this contract:

        1.             Name:     Harris Electronic, Inc.      Contact Person:    Mike Rocueford
                    Address:     4020 23RD AVE W              Telephone No.:     206-282-8080
                   City/State:   Seattle, WA
                   Zip Code:     98199
II.    EMERGENCY 24 HOUR TELEPHONE NUMBERS
       (See Section 3.11.II.)
        Number:      206-282-8080
        Number:      _________

III.   TECHNICAL SERVICE PERSONNEL: (See Section 3.11. III)
       Bidders shall list below the names of their service technicians to be utilized in the performance of this contract
       (minimum of five (5)). A copy of each of their FCC license and bond must be attached to this attachment.

        1.     Ted Cusber                         5.       Keith Ostby
        2.     Shawn Kidwell                      6.       Trevur Comstock
        3.     Joe Krause                         7.       Mike Rudd
        4.     Kelly Maxwell




                                                Bidders Company Name: Harris Electronic, Inc.
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                                  OFFICE OF STATE PROCUREMENT
                                      PERFORMANCE REPORT

To OSP Customers:
Please take a moment to let us know how our services have measured up to your expectations on this contract.
Please copy this form locally as needed and forward to the Office of State Procurement Chief Procurement
Officer. For any comments marked unacceptable, please explain in remarks block.


            Procurement services provided:                 Excellent       Good   Acceptable   Unacceptable
    Timeliness of contract actions
    Professionalism and courtesy of staff
    Services provided met customer needs
    Knowledge of procurement rules and regulations
    Responsiveness/problem resolution
    Timely and effective communications

Comments:




Agency:                                                           Prepared by:

                                                                  Title:

Contract No.:                  04005                              Date:

Contract Title:                                                   Phone:




                                           Send to:

                                           Chief Procurement Officer
                                           Office of State Procurement
                                           PO Box 41017
                                           Olympia, Washington 98504-1017




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                                    PRODUCT/SERVICE PERFORMANCE REPORT

Complete this form to report problems with suppliers or to report unsatisfactory product or services. You are also
encouraged to report superior performance. Agency personnel should contact suppliers in an effort to resolve problems
themselves prior to completion and submission of this report.

Contract number and title:

Supplier‟s name:                                                     Supplier‟s representative:

                                                      PRODUCT/SERVICE:
       Contract item quality higher than required                     Damaged goods delivered
       Contract item quality lower than required.                     Item delivered does not meet P.O./contract specifications
       Other:
                                           SUPPLIER/CONTRACTOR PERFORMANCE:
       Late delivery                                                  Slow response to problems and problem resolution
       Incorrect invoice pricing.                                     Superior performance
       Other:
                                                    CONTRACT PROVISIONS:
       Terms and conditions inadequate                                Additional items or services are required.
       Specifications need to be revised                              Minimum order too high.
       Other:

Briefly describe situation:



                      Agency Name:                                                  Delivery Location:
      Prepared By:              Phone Number:                           Date:                       Supervisor:




                                                          Send To:




                                             Corey Larson
                                             CONTRACTS SPECIALIST
                                             OFFICE OF STATE PROCUREMENT
                                             PO BOX 41017
                                             OLYMPIA WA 98504-1017


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