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									STATE OF CALIFORNIA                             DEPARTMENT OF REHABILITATION
VENDING FACILITY ANNOUNCEMENT                  BUSINESS ENTERPRISES PROGRAM
DR 460 (Rev 3/87) Page 1 of 12

FACILITY NO. 7-862-S/C/F                      DATE: April 04, 2011

FACILITY:

                       San Bernardino Court House
                       351 N Arrowhead Ave.
                       San Bernardino, CA 92401

                       State Office Building Caltrans
                       464 W. 4th Street
                       San Bernardino, CA 92401

                       Redlands Blvd. Post Office Snack Bar
                       1900 West Redlands Blvd.
                       San Bernardino, CA 92403

                       Redlands Moreno Valley Post Office
                       23800 Cactus Ave.
                       Moreno Valley, CA 92553


CVPC DISTRICT NO.:        7                     CVPC DELEGATE: Max Duarte

This facility is available to ALL LICENSEES AND VENDORS in the Business
Enterprises Program (BEP). All applications must be postmarked by April 19, 2011.
Send all applications to Business Enterprise Program (BEP) Central Office P.O. Box
944222, Sacramento, CA 94299-9222 or e-mail to BEPresponse@dor.ca.gov.

GENERAL INFORMATION:
   The BEP does not provide initial stock loans.
   Vendors and Licensees currently owing delinquent fees, penalties, insurance
    payments, or loan payments are not eligible to compete at this time.
   Unless otherwise specified in this notice, no equipment changes, additions,
    removals or relocations are contemplated.
   The following information is provided to assist you in evaluating this facility. The
    BEP does not guarantee the accuracy or validity of this data.
   BEP does not allow subcontracting in any BEP locations.
   Applicants that do not appear for the selection interview on the date and time and
    who has not submitted a written notice of withdrawal 5 calendar days before the
STATE OF CALIFORNIA                            DEPARTMENT OF REHABILITATION
VENDING FACILITY ANNOUNCEMENT                 BUSINESS ENTERPRISES PROGRAM
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    selection shall be disqualified from applying for any vending facility for 183
    calendar days.
   The new regulations state that a Vendor shall submit a resume with their
    application. Resumes are a crucial part of the selection scoring process.

Note: This vending facility is being circulated to award as a Primary location.


ALL APPLICANTS FOR A SPECIFIC FACILITY WILL NEED TO SUBMIT THEIR
APPLICATION AND RESUME BY THE CLOSING DATE DESIGNATED ON THE
ANNOUNCEMENT.


                           Location General Information

PERMITTS ATTACHMENTS:
    Attachment C: List of Items for sale
    Attachment H: Maintenance and Cleaning Schedule
    Attachment I: Business Operations and Practices

COMPETITION:
   Coffee pots in building: Yes
   Food services within six blocks: Many
   Other BEP stands in buildings: None
   Competitive vending machines: No
   Vending trucks: No

     The County is Furloughed every third Wednesday of the Month

     Cal Trans Hours: 7:00 to 4:00 Monday thru Thursday 7:00 to 2:00 on Fridays
     1 Employee required 150 (population), Estimated inventory $3,000.00
     Courthouse Hours: 7:30am to 3:30pm Monday thru Friday 1Employee required
     Estimated inventory $2,000.00
     Redlands Post Office Vending Machines 24 hours a day, seven days a week
     Cafe Hours 6:30 A.M -3:30 A.M.. Employees required 3, Estimated inventory:
     $4,000.00

                                  Housing Information
Housing near this facility: Yes; Rentals: $700.00; Homes for purchase: $150,000.00
and up; Bus Service: Yes;
STATE OF CALIFORNIA                          DEPARTMENT OF REHABILITATION
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       Actual is Based on a 12 month MOR average from
                 December 2010- January 2011.
  Estimate is based on the Statewide MOR averages for similar
                       locations.

FINANCIAL DATA       ACTUAL                  Estimate
Net Sales            $ 24,779.00             $33,000.00
Other Income         $         0
Operating Expenses   $  3125.00              $1,320.00 4%
Cost of Goods        $ 12,486.00             $15,840.00 48%
Total Payroll        $ 8,459.00              $9,900.00 30%
Profit from OPS      $
Net Proceeds         $    707.00             $5,940.00
Fee                  $    192.00             $1,980.00
Net Income           $    515.00             $3,960.00


CALTRANS             8ft beverage counter, 1 Carbonated drink dispenser, 1 Ice
Serving Area         maker/dispenser, 1 Ice cream merchandised, 3 two door display
                     refrigerators, 1 del display refrigerator, 1 hot dog machine, 1
                     microwave, 1 cash register, 2 candy/chip displays by Frito, 1 hand
                     sink.

Office Dry Storage   1 safe 6 stainless steel shelving units, 1 desk, Approx 60 sq feet

Prep Area/Storage    Approx 140 sq feet, 1 sandwich unit, 1 5ft prep table, 1 two door
                     Freezer, 1 two door refrigerator, 1 toaster, 1 prep sink, 1 mop
                     sink, three compartment sink, 1 microwave, 2 single door
                     refrigerators.

COURT HOUSE          Cash register counter, 1 cash register, 20ft counter, beverage 8
Serving line         selection Pepsi machine, 1 hot dog machine, 2 two door display
                     refrigerators, 1 counter top display refrigerator, 1 Ice cream
                     merchandiser.

Storage Closet       3 Stainless Steel Shelving units, 1 safe
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Dish Room            1 single door freezer, 2 stainless steel shelving units, 1 dish
                     machine

Dining Room          16 tables and chairs, 1 can cold drink vending machine, 1 snack
                     vending machine, 1 glass front cold drink vending machine

REDLANDS
SNACK                12ft serving counter with 3 hot wells, 1 5ft salad bar, 1 Ice cream
Serving Area         merchandiser, 2 two door display refrigerators, 1 popcorn
                     machine, 1 countertop pastry display unit, 1 candy/chip display
                     unit, 7 carbonated drink dispenser 6 selections with ice maker, 1
                     coffee maker and 1 cash register and stand
Prep Area
                     1 two door storage refrigerator, 1 sandwich/salad prep table, 1
                     Auto fry hoodless fryer, 1 vegetable sink, 1 three compartment
                     sink, 1 2 door storage freezer, 1 low temp cook and hold oven
                     (Alto Sham), 1 toaster, 1 slicer.


Office/Dry Storage   Approx. 170 sq ft 1 desk, 1 safe, 2 lockers, stainless steel
Area                 shelving and dunnage rack, 1 coin counter/wrapper, 1 currency
                     counter. Additional storage room in the dining room Approx. 200
                     sq ft.

Satellite Vending    2 Cold Food, Canned cold drink, Glass front cold drink, 2 Snack,
                     Hot Beverage, Frozen Food and Changer

Room 154             Hot Beverage, Snack, Canned cold drink

Room 222             Hot Beverage, Snack, Canned cold drink

Room 237A            Hot Beverage, Snack, Canned cold drink

Room IF8             Cold Drink/Snack Combo Vending Machine

BMF Break Room       Hot beverage, Snack, Canned cold drink

Butler Building      Hot beverage, Snack, Canned cold drink, Cold food and Changer
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REDLANDS                2 Snack Vending Machines, 1 Cold Food Vending Machine, 3
MORENO VALLEY           Cold Drink Vending Machines, 1 Money Changer
Vending Site

You must mail or e mail your application along with your business plan to BEP
Central Office in Sacramento and they must be received by the closing date
listed above.


If you have questions regarding the selection e-mail Bepresponse@dor.ca.gov.

You will be notified of the time and place of the selection committee. For additional
information and application forms, contact:

Tawnya Rizzitto Business Enterprises Consultant
(619) 525-4853
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STATE OF CALIFORNIA                               DEPARTMENT OF REHABILITATION
VENDING FACILITY ANNOUNCEMENT                    BUSINESS ENTERPRISES PROGRAM
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                                     Attachment C
                               LIST OF ITEMS FOR SALE
Types of articles to be sold and service offered at: San Bernardino State Bldg (Cal
Trans), San Bernardino Court House and Redlands Blvd Post Office.

The items that are to be sold in this attachment are also in line with this administration’s
policy of a healthier California SB441. This agency wants its employees and visitors to
make an informed choice for healthy, fresh-made food that looks and tastes great.

The BEP vendor is not, however, prohibited from augmenting the menu. These menu
items and be offered in all appropriate venues available to the vendor within the
parameters set forth in applicable codes and regulations. The BEP vendor may request
a change in writing to reduce the level of goods and services defined herein based upon
the needs of the building population and marketability of certain products. Any such
request for change shall be approved in writing by the BEP.

PREPACKAGED ITEMS NOT PREPARED ON PREMISES:


      Bakery: Muffins, donuts, bagels, cakes, pies, pastries

      Cold Beverage: Soda, canned/bottled, juices, canned/bottled, ice tea,
       canned/bottled, bottled water, sports drink, orange juice ½ pint and pint. A
       minimum of four (4) selections of canned/bottled beverages must be “diet” or
       sugar free to meet the dietary requirements of the customers.

      Confection and Snacks: Chips: a minimum of eight (8) flavors/types, two (2) of
       which must be available in low fat of baked variety; pretzels; nuts; trail mix;
       popcorn; candy bars; a minimum of fifteen (15) nationally recognized brand items;
       hard candy, similar to Life Savers, Good and Plenty, Hot Tamales, minimum of
       eight (8) selection; gum; a minimum of five (5) selections, one (1) must be “sugar
       free”; breath mints: a minimum of five (5) selections, one (1) of which must be
       “sugar free”. Fresh Fruits.

      Dairy Products: Milk homogenized, 1/3 pint; milk homogenized reduced fat, 2%,
       1/3 pint, milk homogenized, nonfat, 1/3 pint, milk, homogenized, chocolate, 1/3
       pint; yogurt, 6 oz. Serving, a minimum of three (3) flavors; cottage cheese, ½ pint;
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     Frozen Novelties: A minimum of seven (7) items, similar but not limited to ice
      cream cups, ice cream sandwiches, Klondike bar, Eskimo Pie, Dave Bar, Heath
      Bar, Nestle Crunch Bar, 50/50, Big Stick, Drum Stick, Fudgesicle, popsicles,
      frozen fruit bars, Healthy Choice frozen desserts.

     Coffee Drinks: Regular, Decaffeinated, And Specialty Hot Beverages.

     Grab and Go items Sandwiches, prepackage sandwiches, fruits, milk, cottage
      cheese, yogurts; microwavable burritos, pizzas type products. Hotdog.

     Post Office: Breakfast type burritos, breakfast sandwiches, cereal, pastries,
      fresh fruit; fresh made sandwiches, hot sandwiches such as chicken and grill ham
      and cheese, burgers, soups, salads. French fries, and chicken strip type
      products.
STATE OF CALIFORNIA                            DEPARTMENT OF REHABILITATION
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                                 ATTACHMENT H
                    MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING SCHEDULE

All cleaning and sanitation shall be done in accordance with the California Food Code
and any other applicable codes or regulations. The following schedule and guidelines
represent a minimum adherence standard:

The following items for maintenance cleaning are found in dining, serving, kitchen,
preparation, storage and vending machine areas. Areas or parts of the facility requiring
special attention are identified separately, for example the dining area has specific
requirements for tables, chairs and table bases are identified separately.


    Counters – to be thoroughly wiped after each break period and as often as
     required to keep counters free of spots, spills residues and refuse.

    Floors to be swept at a minimum of twice daily and as often as required to keep
     floors free of refuse. Floors will be mopped thoroughly at a minimum of once
     daily and damp mopped as often as required to keep floors free of spills and
     residue.

    Food contact surfaces and utensils – to be clean to sight and touch and
     sanitized before use.

    Equipment – to be wiped a minimum of once daily and as often as required to
     keep surfaces free of spots, spills and residue.

    Glass surfaces - to be cleaned with appropriate cleaner at least once daily and
     as often as required to keep surfaces free of spots, spills and residue.

    Trash cans – to be emptied daily or as often as required to keep refuse from
     spilling from the cans. Cans are to be thoroughly wiped daily.

    Walls – to be thoroughly cleaned monthly (two months for storage area) and to
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     be spot cleaned as often as required to keep free of spots and refuse.


Dining Area

   Tables – to be cleaned at a minimum of 4 times daily and as often as required to
    maintain them free of residue and refuse.

   Table bases – to be thoroughly cleaned at a minimum of once per month and as
    often required to keep the bases free of residue and/or build up.

   Chairs – to be thoroughly cleaned monthly and as often as required to keep
    chairs free of spots, spills or residue.

   Trash cans – to be emptied daily and/or as often as required to keep refuse
    from spilling from the cans. Cans are to be cleaned and sanitized daily or as
    often as required to keep them free of spots, spills, residue and any odors.

   Floors – to be cleaned and picked up a minimum of three times per day or as
    often as required to keep the floors free of refuse. The floors are to be damp
    mopped as often as required to keep free of spots, spills and residue.

   Walls – to be thoroughly cleaned monthly and to be spot cleaned as often as
    required to keep walls free of spots and residue.

   Floor sinks – to be thoroughly cleaned weekly and wiped daily or as often as
    required to keep them free of stains, residue and refuse.

   Glass surfaces – to be cleaned with appropriate cleaner at least once per day
    and as often as required to keep surfaces free of residue.

   Plants and Art Work – to be cleaned weekly with the appropriate cleaner or as
    often as required to keep free of dust.
STATE OF CALIFORNIA                                DEPARTMENT OF REHABILITATION
VENDING FACILITY ANNOUNCEMENT                     BUSINESS ENTERPRISES PROGRAM
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                                     ATTACHMENT I
1) “Public and Employee Relations” which shall include plans for:
     a. Customer feedback
     b. Public relations training for vending facility employees
     c. Employee relations – company standards and policies
     d. Refund policy

2) “Merchandising” which shall include plans for:
     a. A variety of merchandise in addition to the minimum standard set forth in
        Attachment C
     b. Merchandise display(s)
     c. Inventory control

3) “Staff Supervision” which shall include plans for:
     a. Sufficient level of staffing for type of vending facility
     b. Duty statements
     c. Training and cross training of staff
     d. Supervision of employees
     e. Controlling employee turnover
     f. Standards for performance and appearance of staff
     g. Employee evaluations

4) “Financial Responsibility” which shall include plans for:
      a. Accounting – a system to monitor the daily financial performance of the
          business, including the records required by BEP as identified in Title 9,
          California Code of Regulations, Chapter 6 business Enterprises Program for
          the Blind, Revises March 1993, Article 7, Section 7220 (j).
      b. Payroll
      c. Inventory Control

5) “Sanitation and Safety” which shall include:
      a. Compliance with the state injury prevention program as specified in Labor Code
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        section 6401.7.
     b. Compliance with food safety certification requirements as specified in Health
        and Safety Code, Section 113716.
c. A Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points (H.A.C.C.P.) plans for food safety.

								
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