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************** IMPORTANT SUBMITTAL INFORMATION **************


Please duplicate the appropriate label and affix to the outside of your sealed submittal
envelope.
Vendor’s name and return address should be printed on the submittal
envelope.


FOR U.S. MA
IL








FOR HAND DELIVERY/COURIER SERVICES


NOTE: THE DISTRICT WILL BE CLOSED
NOVEMBER 23
-
25
, 2011.


LAMAR CISD PURCHASING DEPARTMENT

3911 AVENUE I, SUITE 214

ROSENBERG, TX 77471


RFP #
29
-
2011



Managed Internet Services

DO NOT OPEN UNTIL
2:30

P.M.,
December 5
, 2011




LAMAR CISD PURCHASING DEPARTMENT

3911 AVENUE I, SUITE 214

ROSENBERG, TX 77471


RFP #29
-
2011



Managed Internet Services

DO NOT OPEN UNTIL 2:30

P.M.,
December 5
,
2011

LCISD MANAGED SERVICES RFP

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RFP No.
29
-
2011


The Lamar Consolidated Independent School District will receive sealed proposals for the following:


MANA
GED INTERNET SERVICE
S


Until
Monday

December 5
, 2011 @
2:30

P.M.



(The information above and VENDOR NAME
must appear

on the outside of bidders
SEALED return envelope
.)


ALL U.S. MAIL

DELIVERIES:

ALL HAND DELIVERIES AND OPENING LOCATION:

LAMAR CISD

LAMAR

CISD PURCHASING DEPARTMENT

Purchasing Department

3911 Avenue I, Ste 214

3911 Avenue I, Ste 214

Rosenberg, TX 77471

Rosenberg, TX 77471

Phone: (832) 223
-
0165



DATE ISSUED:

October 30
, 2011




Contact Person:

Audrey Fox, Purchasing Manager

Purchasing De
partment

832
-
223
-
0166



(To be completed by bidders)


The undersigned agrees to hold all


SIGNER’S NAME (PRINTED), TITLE

bid prices firm for acceptance, for



AND ADDRESS:


calendar days after date of










opening.
































































PHONE #:



FAX #:











E
-
MAIL ADDRESS:







VENDOR MUST RESPOND to the following in order for their bid to be considered. Is the “principal place
of business” for whom you represent or the “parent company” of whom you repr
esent a resident of Texas?

YES

NO


Address of principal place of business or parent company for which you represent:

















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LAMAR CONSOLIDATED INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT


NOTICE OF “NO RESPONSE” FORM

M
ANAGED INTERNET SERVICES
, RFP #
29
-
2011

LCISD is interested in receiving competitive pricing on all items it bids. We place significant value on
quality vendors and we also desire to keep your firm as a bidder and a supplier of materials, equipment
and/or
services. Therefore, it is important for us to determine why y
ou are not bidding o
n this contract
item. We will analyze your response and attempt to determine if future changes are necessary in our
specification development and procedures.

I/WE DID NOT S
UBMIT A PROPOSAL FOR THE FOLLOWING REASONS:

(Please place an
X
by one or more of the reasons listed below.)

1.

Do not supply the requested product/service.

2.

Quantities offered or scope of job is
TOO SMALL

to be supplied by my company.

3.

Quantities offer
ed or scope of job is
TOO LARGE

to be supplied by my company.

4.

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

5.

Cannot bid against
MANUFACTURER

on this item.

6.

Cannot bid against
J
OBBER

on this item.

7.

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

8.

Other . . .




































IF YOU
DID NOT BID

and wish to remain on the Lamar Consolidated ISD bid list for t
his item, please
indicate:



I wish to remain on the bid list.



I do not wish to remain on the bid list.

PLEASE
RETURN THIS FORM

ONLY TO:

Lamar Consolidated ISD Purchasing Department








Notice of “No Bid”








3911 Avenue I








Rosenberg, TX 774
71

VENDOR SIGNATURE:






DATE:





PRINT NAME:






COMPANY NAME:




PHONE NUMBER: (


)



FAX NUMBER:


(

)



E
-
MAIL ADDRESS:











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School name

Street

City

State

Zip code

BRISCOE J H

4300 FM 723

RICHMOND

TX

77406

FROST EL

3306 SKINNER LN

RICHMOND

TX

77406

H F MCNEILL EL

7300 S MASON RD

RICHMOND

TX

77407

HENRY WERTHEIMER MIDDLE

4240 FM 723

RICHMOND

TX

77406

HUGGINS EL

NO 1 HUGGINS DR

FULSHEAR

TX

77441

JOE HUBENAK EL

11344 RANCHO BELLA PKWY

RICHMOND

TX

77406

STEPHEN F AUSTIN EL

1630 PITTS RD

RIC
HMOND

TX

77469

New Transportation

Front St

FULSHEAR

TX

77441

New Elem#22

Winston Ranch Pkwy

RICHMOND

TX

77406

New Elem#24

Peterson Road

KATY

TX

77494

New HS#5

Front St

FULSHEAR

TX

77441

BESS CAMPBELL EL

1000 SHADOW BEND DR

SUGAR
LAND

TX

77479

CORA TH
OMAS EL

6822 IRBY COBB BLVD

RICHMOND

TX

77469

IRMA DRU HUTCHISON EL

3602 RANSOM RD

RICHMOND

TX

77469

MANFORD WILLIAMS EL

5111 FM 762

RICHMOND

TX

77469

READING J H

8101 FM762

RICHMOND

TX

77469

SUSANNA DICKINSON EL

7110 GREATWOOD PKWY

SUGAR
LAND

TX

77479

WILLIAM VELASQUEZ

402 MACEK RD

RICHMOND

TX

77469

New Elem#23

Spacek Rd

RICHMOND

TX

77469

New Elem#25

FM762 Rd

RICHMOND

TX

77469

New Middle School #4

7921 FM 762 Rd

RICHMOND

TX

77469

ALT LEARNING CENTER

1708 AVE M

ROSENBERG

TX

77471

B F TERRY H S

550
0 AVE N

ROSENBERG

TX

77471

BEASLEY EL

7511 AVE J

BEASLEY

TX

77417

BOWIE EL

2304 BAMORE RD

ROSENBERG

TX

77471

COMMUNITY CENTER

710 HOUSTON ST

RICHMOND

TX

77469

FORT BEND CO ALTER

3403 AVE F

ROSENBERG

TX

77471

GEORGE J H

4601 AIRPORT RD

ROSENBERG

TX

774
71

J J WESSENDORFF MIDDLE

5201 MUSTANG AVE

ROSENBERG

TX

77471

JACKSON EL

301 THIRD ST

ROSENBERG

TX

77471

JANE LONG EL

907 MAIN ST

RICHMOND

TX

77469

JUAN SEGUIN EL

605 MABEL ST

RICHMOND

TX

77469

JUVENILE DETENT CTR

122 GOLFVIEW

RICHMOND

TX

77469

LAMAR

CONS H S

4606 MUSTANG AVE

ROSENBERG

TX

77471

LAMAR J H

4814 MUSTANG AVE

ROSENBERG

TX

77471

MEYER EL

1930 J MEYER RD

RICHMOND

TX

77469

NAVARRO MIDDLE

4700 AVE N

ROSENBERG

TX

77471

SMITH EL

2014 LAMAR DR

RICHMOND

TX

77469

T L PINK EL

1001 COLLINS RD

RI
CHMOND

TX

77469

TAYLOR RAY EL

2611 AVE N

ROSENBERG

TX

77471

TRAVIS EL

2700 AVE K

ROSENBERG

TX

77471

Powell Point (Kendleton)

Neal Rd

&

Powell Point

School

Rd

KENDLETON

TX

77451

New Elem#26

Wehring Road

RICHMOND

TX

77469

BRAZOS CROSSING/ADM BLDG

3911 A
VENUE I

ROSENBERG

TX

77471

MAINTENANCE

4901 AVENUE I

ROSENBERG

TX

77471


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REFERENCE 3.5

Firewall Specifications

Current District Firewall Specifications

Included

Base 100M
b

Scale 1 GB

Performance Summary


Maximum Firewall throughput




Maximum Firewa
ll Connections




Maximum Firewall Connections/Second




Packets Per Second (64 byte)




Maximum 3DES/AES VPN Throughput




Maximum Site
-
to
-
Site and IPsec IKEv1 Client VPN User Sessions




Maximum AnyConnect or Clientless VPN User Sessions




Bundled

SSL VPN User Session




Technical Summary


Memory




Minimum System Flash




Integrated Ports




Maximum Virtual Interfaces (VLANs)




Expansion Capabilities


SSC/SSM/ICs Expansion




SSC/SSM/ICs Supported




Intrusion Prevention

(Integrated)




Concurrent Threat Mitigation Throughput (Mbps) (Firewall + IPS Services)




Content Security (Anti
-
virus, Anti
-
Spyware, File Blocking)




Maximum Number of Users for Anti
-
virus, Anti
-
spyware, File Blocking (CSC
SSM only)




Anti
-
spam, anti
-
phishing, UR
L filtering




Features




Application
-
layer Firewall Services




Layer 2 Transparent Firewalling




Security Contexts (included/maximum)
1




GTP/GPRS Inspection
1




High
-
availability Support
2




SSL and IPsec VPN Services




VPN Clustering and Loa
d Balancing




Advanced Endpoint Assessment
1




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REFERENCE 3.6

Security and Content Filtering Functionality


Security Filtering Specifications and Functionality


Included

Base
100M
b

Scale to 1 G
b

CIPA Compliant




Content Filter provides granular policy

enforcement and reporting
for all websites and users.





Content Filter combines signature database with over 60 URL
categories to enable organizations to control access to websites
for individuals, user groups, or globally.





Content Filter permits
the selection, exception and white/black
listing of URLs based on organizational policies for complete
category customization.




Fast URL
filtering
capability leverages uniquely fine
-
tuned content
filtering techniques with cloud infrastructure to provide
unprecedented breadth of Web coverage.




Fast URL Filtering




Security: Enables real
-
time protection from emerging Web threats
including malware, p
hishing, Zombies and bots




HR compliance: Prevents browsing to questionable content such
as pornography and hate sites




Productivity: Blocks or monitors sites to maximize employee
productivity




Bandwidth regulation: Identifies sites that consume an

organization’s bandwidth (e.g. movies, music)




Specifications




64 Categories




Language
-

and content
-
agnostic




Vast coverage of international sites




Database contains hundreds of millions of the most relevant
URLs




Auto
-
adjusting cache




Configurable cache footprint




HTTP, HTTPS, FTP and other protocols





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4.0

Offer

Form

4.1

Proposer Information


1.

Company Name





2.

Legal Name (if different)





3.

Years in Business Under Name





4.

Years installing similar systems





5.

Contact Person





6.

Full Maili
ng Address





7.

Address Line 2





8.

Telephone Number





9.

Fax Number




10.

Email Address/Web Site




11.

Number of Full
-
time employees




12.

Number of Full Time Technical Personnel




13.

Project Manager Name





14.

State or Co
-
op Contracts





15.

Service Provider ID (SPIN)





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4.2

Proposer
Subcontractor



Every subcontractor shall be bound by the applicable terms and provisions of the contract
documents. Further information about the subcontractor/partner may be requested prior to
award. Identify all subcontractors or partners u
sed for this project. Include separate sheet(s)
labeled "Subcontractors/Partners" if necessary.

Subcontractor/Partner #1

1.

Organization Name





2.

Years in Business Under Name





3.

Years installing similar systems





4.

Contact Person





5.

Project Function




Sub
contractor/Partner #2

1.

Organization Name





2.

Years in Business Under Name





3.

Years installing similar systems





4.

Contact Person





5.

Project Function




Subcontractor/Partner #3

1.

Organization Name





2.

Years in Business Under Name





3.

Years installing simila
r systems





4.

Contact Person





5.

Project Function




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4.3

Cost Summary

The vendor will provide a cost summary on the form below. The information requested below is
the minimum that will be accepted. Vendor will submit one (1) original and two (2) complete
c
opies of the
offer
.

Additional information and pricing shall be documented, titled with the "Additional Service
Cost" line item on this Cost Summary Form that it is detailing, and the total additional cost
entered into that line item's price.


Line Item:




Option 1



Option 2



Option 3



Service Description:







Length of Contract:


Years













E
-
Rate Eligible Non Recurring Charges:











E
-
Rate Ineligible Non Recurring Charges:











Total Non Recurring Charges:




















E
-
Rate Eligible Mo Recurring Charges:











E
-
Rate Ineligible Mo Recurring Charges:











Total Recurring Mo Charges:




















Other Charges:




















Total Charges Year 1:











Total Charges Year 2:











Total Charges Year 3:











Total Charges Year 4:











Total Charges Year 5:




















Total Charges Year 1
-
5:




















Total Contract Charges:











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4.3.1

Cost Detail

The vendor will provide a cost detail
on the form below. Supporting documentation will be
provided by the vendor for each service proposed. This is not an “all or none” proposal. The
district will be able to select offerings in the best interest to the district.

Description of Offering:
.


.

.


.








Service Description

Qty

On Time

Erate
Eligible
Amount

MRC

Erate
Eligible
Amount

BASELINE:
Bundle Managed
100 Mb
Internet Services to
include items 1
-
4 in section
3.3.











Content Filtering











Mobility Mgt











Router / Ga
teway Mgt











Edge Equipment











PSTN VoIP











POTS SRST











Operations Mgt











Configuration











Installation











Other (Describe)











Other (Describe)











Total














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4.3.2

Cost Detail fo
r OPTIONAL Services

The vendor will provide a cost detail on the form below. Supporting documentation will be
provided by the vendor for each service proposed. This is not an “all or none” proposal. The
district will be able to select offerings in the bes
t interest to the district.

Description of Offering:
.


.

.


.








Service Description

Qty

On Time

Erate
Eligible
Amount

MRC

Erate
Eligible
Amount

Internet (200Mb)











Internet (400Mb)











Web Services











Web Hosting











H
osted Exchange











Hosted VoIP











Hosted
Unified Msgng











Cloud Data Center











Cloud Data Storage











Hosted Fax Services











Hosted Video Conferencing











Operations Mgt











Configuration











Installation











Other (Describe)











Other (Describe)














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5.0

APPENDIX

A


Appendix A: Conditions, Disclosures and Notifications



General Terms & Conditions


Contractual Terms & Conditions


Special Terms & Conditions


Certificate
of Residency


Conflict of Interest Disclosure


Felony Conviction Notification


Vendor Debarment Statement


Signed Notice Form


References & Bid Qualification


BID/PROPOSAL RESPONSE CHECKLIST

To be considered a responsive Bid/Proposal, all pages requiring s
ignature (including but not
limited to Forms mentioned below) plus any/all attachments, must be completed with all
requested information,
SIGNED

and
RETURNED

and
in an envelope or other appropriate
package adequate to conceal and contain the contents prior

to the Bid/Proposal date and time.

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


Signed


General Terms & Conditions


Signed



Contractual Terms & Conditions


Signed


Special

Terms & Conditions


Completed


Certificate of Residency


Completed


Affid
avit of Non
-
Discriminatory


Completed


Vendor Debarment Statement


Completed


Conflict of Interest Questionnaire


Completed


Felony Conviction Notice


Completed


Bid/Proposal Respo
nse Form


Completed


References Form


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LAMAR CONSOLIDATED INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT

GENERAL TERMS & CONDITIONS

A.

BID TERMS AND CONDITIONS


ALL OF THE FOLLOWING PROVISIONS BECOME A PART OF THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS
OF THIS BID UNLESS
SUPERSEDED BY ANY ATTACHED TERMS AND SUPPLEMENTAL
CONDITIONS (OR SPECIFICATIONS), IN WHICH CASE THE ATTACHED CONDITIONS
PREVAIL. ANY EXCEPTIONS MUST BE IN WRITING.


1.

Bids shall be submitted on this form only and placed in a separate envelope, sealed and p
roperly
identified with bid title, number and bid opening date.

2.

All items to be quoted F.O.B. Lamar C
ISD
Warehouse freight pre
-
paid. Title does not transfer to
the School District until received at same. (If applicable, see
“Special Conditions”
).

3.

Sums of

money shall be indicated both by Unit Cost and Total Cost when applicable. In case of
discrepancy, the Unit Cost shall govern.

4.

Unless otherwise specified, all prices are to be firm prices. Other than firm prices will not be
considered, however, cash dis
counts offered may be considered in determining the successful
supplier. Cash discount period shall start from date of receipt of acceptable invoice or from date of
receipt of acceptable material whichever is the later.

5.

Any catalog, brand name or manufactu
rer’s reference used herein is intended to be descriptive
and not restrictive. Proposal
s on any reputable manufacturer
s regularly produced product which
is similar and substantially equivalent will be considered. Lamar
CISD

reserves the right to make
fin
al decisions as to comparable items. Be very certain that items upon which you bid and deliver
are EQUAL to items listed. Materials which are not equal shall be returned to the supplier
transportation charges collect.

6.

Samples, when requested, must be fur
nished within five working days of the request at no cost to
the District. If not destroyed in examination, they will be returned to the bidder on request at the
vendor’s expense.

7.

Lamar
CISD

reserves the right to accept or reject all or any part of any bi
d, to waive technicalities
and to award items to best serve the interest of the District. This inquiry implies no obligation on
the part of the buyer, nor does the buyer’s silence imply an acceptance or rejection of any offer.

8.

It is understood and agreed
that the District reserves the right to increase or decrease quantities
or modify conditions and specifications by mutual agreement with the selected supplier, both at
the time of acceptance of this quotation offer, as so modified, and subsequent thereto.

9.

Lamar
CISD

is exempt
from all applicable Federal and State Taxes. All Quotation offers and/or
bids are to be made taking this fact into con
sideration.

10.

PLEASE NOTE CAREFULLY
-

Complete all information in spaces provided, otherwise your bid
may not be consid
ered.

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GENERAL TERMS
&

CONDITIONS (page 2)

11.

Deliveries under the terms of this bid will be in accordance with the dates indicated therein, except
where no date is indicated, the vendor will enter the earliest assured date. It is understood and
agreed that
the delivery date and/or date of installation AFTER receipt of a purchase order is the
seller’s best offer. In its acceptance of any offer, the district is relying on the promised delivery
date and/or installation of material and basic to its acceptance,
unless otherwise indicated. In the
event of Seller’s failure to deliver as and when promised, the School District reserves the right to
cancel its accepting order, or any part thereof, and seller agrees that the School District may
return all or part of a
ny shipment so made, and may charge seller with any loss or expense
sustained as a result of such failure to deliver as promised. All goods are subject to inspection
and return at the vendor’s expense if found to be inferior
to those specified or promised
.

12.

In the event any article to be sold or delivered, there

under, is covered by any patent,
copyright,

trademark, or application, the seller shall indemnify and hold harmless the District from
any and all loss, cost expenses and legal fees on account of any

claims, legal actions, or
judgments on account of manufacture, sale, or use of such article in violation infringement or the
like of rights under such patent, copyright or application.

13.

The District shall
not

be responsible for any goods delivered or servi
ces performed without its
purchase order signed by an authorized representative of the Purchasing Department.

14.

Vendors who do not bid, but wish to remain on our bid list, must notify the Lamar
CISD

Purchasing Department in writing using the enclosed “Notice

of No Response” form. Failure to do
so may result in removal f
ro
m this list.

15.

CONFIDENTIAL OR TRADE SECRETS (Government Code, Article 252.049). If any of the
information is considered to be confidential or a trade secret belonging to the offeror and, if
r
eleased, would give advantage to a competitor or offeror, that information should be filed with the
proposal in a separate envelope marked “CONFIDENTIAL


DO NOT DUPLICATE WITHOUT
PERMISSION”.

16.

Electronic, telephone, telegram and facsimile bids are unaccept
able.

17.

All
items will be new and unused, unless otherwise specified, and in first class condition.

18.

In the event that Seller’s obligations hereunder require or contemplate performance of services by
seller’s employees, or persons under contract to Seller, to

be done on Purchaser’s property, the
Seller agrees that all such work shall be done as an independent contractor and that the persons
doing such work shall not be considered employees of the Purchaser. Seller shall maintain all
necessary insurance covera
ge as required by statute as well as
that

coverage specifically
enumerated within the bid document. Seller shall indemnify and save harmless and defend
Purchaser from any and all claims or liabilities arising out of the work covered by this paragraph.

19.

All

shipments and/or correspondence (i.e. cartons, packages, invoices, etc.)
must bear the
appropriate L
amar
CISD

purchase order number on the outside.

20.

The provision of Art. 601f of Vernon’s Texas Civil Statues shall not apply to this contract. Times
and meth
ods of payment of invoices shall be as specified herein. If no time for payment of
invoices is otherwise specified herein, the District shall have a reasonable time to make payment.
There shall be no interest on any delayed, disputed or delinquent paymen
t, or shall the Contractor
of vendor be entitled to attorney’s fees in any dispute to collect such payment. Contractor of
vendor expressly waives and gives up any rights it may have under Art. 601f. To the extent that
any other provision in this contract
shall conflict with this paragraph, this paragraph shall prevail
.

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GENERAL TERMS & CONDITIONS (page 3)


21.

Lamar CISD is environmentally conscious and prefers that vendors doing business with Lamar
CISD use packaging materials made from recycled paper, plasti
cs, cardboard, wood, etc. In
accordance with SB 1340, Lamar CISD gives preference to products made of recycled materials if
the products meet applicable specifications and standards. Bidders (offerors) are requested to
assist Lamar CISD in identifying an
y part of this bid (proposal) that discriminates against products
made of recycled materials, products that are environmentally sensitive or products that may be
recycled after serving their intended use. Bidders (offerors) are requested to indicate those

items
offered that are made of recycled materials, environmentally sensitive and/or may be recycled
after
serving their intended use
.

22.

Seller agrees to not discriminate against a qualified individual with a disability. Seller also agrees
to provide a qual
ified individual with a disability an opportunity to participate in or benefit from the
aid, benefit, or service that is equal to that afforded others involved in the program, service or
activity.

23.

The Lamar
CISD

shall give preference to small and minority
firms, women’s business enterprise
and labor surplus area firms as required by CFR, Title 34, Section 80.36 or when it is in the best
interest of the District.

24.

Vendor hereby assigns to purchaser any and all claims for overcharges associated with this
contr
act which arise under the antitrust laws of the United States, 15 USCA Section 1 et seq., and
which arise under the antitrust laws of the State of Texas, Tex. Bus. & Com. Code, Section 15.01,
et seq
.

25.

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY: All bidders shall be in c
ompliance with Executive Order
11246, entitled “Equal Employment Opportunity” as amended by Executive Order 11375, and as
supplemented in Department of Labor Regulations (41 CFR Part 60).

26.

No
individual shall be excluded from participating in, denied the be
nefit of, subject to
discrimination under, or denied employment in the administration of, or in connection with any
such program because of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, handicap, or political
application or belief.

27.

If this is a renewab
le contract, Lamar CISD reserves the right to extend the prices, terms, and
conditions of this contract with any or all vendors that agree to a contract extension.

28.

Any bid received after

the time and date specified for opening shall not be considered.

29.

Lama
r
CISD
reserves the right to award items on this invitation in groups, “item by item”, or an “all
or none” basis


whichever serves the interest of the district.

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30.

CRIMINAL BACKGROUND
HISTORY/CHECKING

**


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


(a) Any offense against a child


(b) Any sex offense


(c) An
y crimes against persons involving weapons or violence


(d) Any felony offense involving controlled substances


(e) Any felony offense against property


(f) Any other offense the District believes might compromise the safety of students, staff, or
prope
rty.


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


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


CONTRACTOR RESPONSIBILITIES


a) Contract employee criminal history requirement.
A service contractor shall obtain all
criminal history record information that is required by the TEC, §22.0834, for all its covered
contract employees and t
he covered contract employees of its subcontractors. If a service
contractor determines that a person is not a covered contract employee, the service contractor
shall make reasonable efforts to ensure

that the conditions or precautions that result in suc
h a
determination continue to exist throughout the time that the contracted services are provided.


b) National criminal history record information.

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


c) Criminal history record information.

As required by the TEC, §22.0834, a service

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


d) School entity request
for information on covered contract employees.

A service
contractor shall provide a school entity,
-

at its request, the information necessary for the school
entity to obtain criminal history record information for all covered contract employees.


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


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


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


Any employee who will have direct contact with students must not have been convicted of an
offense identified in Texas Education Code Section 22
.05.


** Required for awarded vendor(s) only.




THE UNDERSIGNED HEREBY:


Agrees to deliver the items specified herein in accordance with the terms, conditions,
specifications and prices set forth.




FIRM:















AUTHORIZED SIGNATURE:










DATE
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B.

CONTRACTUAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS


Following award to the successful bidder, LCISD may require such Vendor to execute an
agreement with LCISD, which may include the following contractual provisions. This list is
not intended to be exhaustive, an
d LCISD reserves the right, prior to execution and
approval of any agreement between the parties, to include any other contractual
provisions that may be appropriate. Vendor understands and agrees that any terms and
conditions submitted by Vendor as part
of its bid are not incorporated into any agreement
between Vendor and LCISD, and are hereby expressly excluded, unless such terms and
conditions are restated herein below, or included in any final agreement executed between
Vendor and the duly authorized r
epresentative of LCISD. In the event a separate
agreement is not executed by LCISD and Vendor following the bid award, these
Contractual Terms and Conditions, along with the above Bid Terms and Conditions and
any LCISD Special Terms and Conditions of Insu
rance shall constitute the entire
agreement governing the parties’ relationship.

1.

Deliverables under this Agreement will be made in accordance with the deadlines indicated in the
bid documents, or as otherwise amended in a properly executed Agreement bet
ween the parties. In
the event of Vendor’s failure to deliver as and when promised, the LCISD reserves the right to
cancel its order, or any part thereof, and Vendor agrees that the District may return all or part of any
deliverable so made. In such even
t, LCISD may charge Vendor with any losses, damages or
expenses incurred as a result of such failure to deliver as promised.

2.

All furnished materials will be new and unused, unless otherwise specified, and in first class
condition. All goods are subje
ct to inspection and return at the Vendor’s expense if found to be
inferior to those specified or promised.

3.

Vendor expressly warrants that all goods or services furnished under this Agreement shall conform
to all specifications and appropriate standards

and shall be free from defects in material or
workmanship. Vendor warrants that all such goods or services shall conform to any statements
made on the containers or labels or advertisements for such goods, or services, and that any goods
will be adequate
ly contained, packaged, marked and labeled.

4.

In the event that Vendor’s obligations hereunder require or contemplate that performance of
services by Vendor’s employees, or persons under contract to Vendor, be done on LCISD’s
property, Vendor agrees that
all such work shall be done as an independent contractor and
that the persons doing such work shall not be considered employees of LCISD. Vendor shall

maintain all necessary insurance coverage as required by statute as well as those
coverage’s

specificall
y enumerated within the bid documents or LCISD Special Terms and
Conditions of Insurance.


5.

LCISD may not be held liable for non
-
funding of an expenditure caused through no fault of its own,
and loss of funding to LCISD shall constitute grounds for term
ination of the parties’ contractual
relationship by LCISD, in whole or in part, without penalty, pecuniary risk or further liability to LCISD.

6.

If this is a renewable Agreement, the prices, terms, and conditions of this Agreement will govern all
extens
ions and renewals with Vendor, unless mutually amended in writing and duly authorized by
the parties.

7.

TERMINATION FOR CAUSE. If at any time, Vendor fails to fulfill or abide by the terms and
conditions or specifications of this Agreement, LCISD reserve
s the right, at its sole discretion, to do
one or more of the following, as allowed by law:



purchase the goods or services on the open market and charge the Vendor the difference
between the Agreement price and actual purchase price;



deduct any charges, lo
sses or damages for non
-
performance or defective performance from
existing or future invoice amounts due to Vendor;



terminate this Agreement upon thirty (30) days of written notification to Vendor and remove
Vendor from the active proposal file for a perio
d of time not less than one (1) year;



terminate this Agreement upon thirty (30) days of written notification and re
-
propose the
goods or services;

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terminate this Agreement upon thirty (30) days of written notification and award to next lower
responsible bi
dder/offeror.

8.

TERMINATION FOR CONVENIENCE:

LCISD reserves the right to cancel this Agreement for
convenience, in its sole discretion and without cause, at any time with upon (30) days written notice
to Vendor. In the event of cancellation,
LCISD
will n
ot be held responsible for loss of business or
any termination expenses incurred by the Vendor.

9.

Any certificates of Insurance furnished by the Vendor as evidence of the insurance maintained by
him shall include a clause obligating the Insurer to give
LC
ISD

thirty (30) days prior written notice of
cancellation or any material change in the insurance.

10.

If, following seven (7) days written notice to Vendor identifying defective or nonconforming work,
Vendor or its subcontractors fail to correct such defe
ctive or nonconforming work, LCISD may order
the Vendor to stop further work, or any portion thereof, until the defect or nonconformance has been
properly corrected by Vendor or its subcontractors.

11.

Should the Vendor not proceed with the correction of d
efective or non
-
conforming work within three
(3) additional days of LCISD’s order to stop further work, set forth in Paragraph 11 above, the
Owner may cause the removal, repair or correction of the defective or nonconforming work and may
charge all associa
ted costs of the same to Vendor.

12.

The Vendor shall not sub
-
contract, in whole or partially, any part of those services required to fulfill
the terms of this Agreement without first obtaining written approval from LCISD.

13.

The Vendor shall give all not
ices and comply with all laws, ordinances, rules, regulations, and lawful
orders of any public authority bearing on the performance of the work.

14.

Unless otherwise provided within those specifications of this bid, the Vendor shall secure and pay
for any
fees, licenses, or permits necessary for the successful completion and proper execution of
the work, be it community, city, county, or state requirement.

15.

All invoices for payment submitted by Vendor shall be accompanied by a detailed breakdown of all
w
ork performed and materials provided, by date and quantity.

16.

Vendor agrees to provide and pay for all labor, materials, and equipment necessary for the proper
execution and completion of work under this Agreement.

17.

Vendor shall at all times enforce s
trict discipline and good order among its employees and shall not
employ on the work site any unfit person or anyone not skilled in the task assigned to him.

18.

Vendor at all times shall keep the premises free from accumulation of waste materials or rubbi
sh
caused by its operations.

19.

Vendor shall take all reasonable precautions for the safety of, and shall provide all reasonable
protection to prevent damage, injury, or loss to:

a.

Vendor’s employees and subcontractors;

b.

Any and all innocent bystanders;

c.

Any
and all equipment and premises of LCISD.

20.

Vendor covenants and agrees to fully indemnify, defend, and hold harmless, the District, its
agents, employees, trustees, individually or collectively, from and against any and all costs,
claims, liens, damages,

losses, expenses, fees, fines, penalties, proceedings, actions,
demands, causes of action, liability and suits of any kind and nature, including but not
limited to personal or bodily injury, death and property damage, against the District directly
or indi
rectly arising out of, resulting from or related to Vendor’s activities under this
Agreement, including any acts or omissions of Vendor, any agent, officer, director,
representative, employee, consultant or subcontractor of Vendor, and their respective
off
icers, agents, employees, directors and representatives while in the exercise of
performance of the rights or duties under this Agreement.

21.

Vendor shall promptly notify the District in writing, but not more than ninety (90) days, following the
accrual
of any claim or demand against the District or Vendor known to Vendor related to or arising
out of Vendor’s activities under this Agreement. Failure to provide timely notice shall constitute a
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waiver of such claim by Vendor.


“The undersigned affirms that

this company, corporation, firm, partnership or individual has not prepared
this bid in collusion with any other bidder, and that the contents of this bid as to prices, terms or conditions
of said bid have not been communicated by the undersigned nor by a
ny employee or agent to any other
person engaged in this type of business prior to official opening of this bid.”


FIRM:














AUTHORIZED SIGNATURE:










DATE:










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LAMAR CONSOLIDATED

INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT


SPECIAL TERMS AND CONDITIO
NS


I.

Owner



the Owner is
Lamar Consolidated

Independent School District

Contractor



the Contractor is the person or entity with whom the Owner shall contract to perform
those specifications set forth in this proposal.


II.

AN ACCEPTABLE SURETY COMPANY PROP
OSAL BOND or CERTIFIED CHECK for the
amount not less than
five

percent (
5
%) of the proposal amount shall accompany each proposal.
“Acceptable Surety” means an Insurance Company licensed by the Texas State Board of
Insurance to act as surety, have an A.M.,
Best Rating of “A
-
:VII” or higher, be listed in the Federal
Register, and having an unblemished record. The check or bond of each unsuccessful contractor
will be returned within ten (10) days after the proposal is awarded. FAILURE OF AN ACCEPTED
CONTRACT
OR TO ENTER INTO A CONTRACT TO COMPLETE THE SPECIFIED WORK MAY
CAUSE FORFEITURE OF HIS BID/SEALED PROPOSAL SECURITY. FAILURE TO SUBMIT
PROPER BID/SEALED PROPOSAL SECURITY SHALL CAUSE REJECTION OF THE
PROPOSAL.


III.

BOND AND INSURANCE SUBMITTALS.


A.

The successf
ul contractor shall be required to furnish the appropriate certificates of
insurance, and the executed Payment and Performance Bonds, if required, prior to
starting the project.


B.

Bonds: Prior to commencement of Work hereunder, contractor will, if the Cont
ract Price
exceeds $25,000.00, provide an Acceptable Surety Company Payment and Performance
Bond, each in principal amount equal to one hundred percent (100%) of the Contract
Price, conditioned that the contractor will faithfully perform all its undertakin
gs in this
Contract and will fully pay all persons furnishing labor and material in the prosecution of
the Work provided for in this Contract. By “Acceptable Surety” is meant an Insurance
Company licensed by the Texas State Board of Insurance to act as su
rety, have an A.M.
Best Rating of “A
-
:VII” or higher, be listed in the Federal Register, and having an
unblemished record. If any surety upon any bond becomes insolvent or otherwise ceases
to do business in this State, the contractor shall promptly furnis
h equivalent security to
protect the interests of
Lamar Consolidated

ISD and of persons furnishing labor and
materials in the prosecution of the Work.


IV.

INSURANCE


A.

The contractor shall maintain insurance of the kinds and in the amounts specified below
and f
urnish
Lamar Consolidated

Independent School District with Certificates of
Insurance as evidence thereof in the prescribed form. If any work provided for or to be
performed under any Specifications is sub
-
let (as otherwise permitted by the terms of
such S
pecifications), the contractor shall require the subcontractor to maintain and furnish
him with satisfactory evidence of
Workers

Compensation, Employer’s Liability and such
other forms and amounts of insurance which the contractor deems reasonably adequate
.


B.

The contractor will provide and maintain standard fire, extended coverage perils,
vandalism and malicious mischief insurance to protect the interest of both the contractor
and the Owner for materials brought into the job or stored on the premises. Such

insurance shall be for at least one hundred percent (100%) of the insurable value of the
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work to be performed including all items of labor and materials incorporated therein,
materials stored at the job
-
site to be used in completing the work, and such oth
er supplies
and equipment incidental to the work as are not owned or rented by the contractor, the
costs of which are included in the direct cost of the work.


C.

This insurance shall not cover any tools, derricks, machinery, tar buckets, ladders,
engines, wo
rkmen’s quarters, boilers, pumps, wagons, scaffolds, forms, compressors,
shanties, or other items owned or rented by the contractor, the cost of which is not
included in the direct cost of the work.


D.

In accordance with above items, the contractor shall mai
ntain the following insurance:


Contractor shall carry throughout the life of this Contract, at his expense, with insurers
satisfactory to
Lamar Consolidated

ISD, insurance of not less than the following limits:


1. Worker’s Compensation and Employer
’s Liability Insurance



Coverage





Minimum Limit



a.

Worker’s Compensation




Statutory



b.

Employer’s Liability



Bodily Injury




By Accident, Each Accident


$1,000,000




By Disease, Each Employee


$1,000,000




By Disease, Policy Limit



$1
,000,000



c.

Attach Alternate Employer Endorsement, if applicable:


Under the “borrowed servant doctrine”, an employer who borrows or
leases an employee (the “special” or “alternate” employer) from another
firm (the “regular employer”) is held responsible

for worker’s
compensation benefits to that worker. The doctrine can apply if there is
an express or implied contract of hire between the special employer and
the injured employee, the employee is engaged in work for the special
employer and the special e
mployer controls the details of the work. The
most obvious example of where this could come into play is with respect
to employees provided by a temporary service. Other less obvious
examples of
where

the doctrine may apply include operators provided
wit
h leased or rented equipment, aircraft, or vehicles and maintenance
employees supplied by a property management firm hired by the building
owner. Attachment of the alternate employer endorsement (WC 00 03
01 A) to the regular employer’s worker compensatio
n policy eliminates
the possibility that the alternate employer might
be held

accountable for
payment of workers compensation benefits to a lent or leased employee.

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2. General Liability



Coverage/Limit

a.


Bodily Injury and Property Damage


Ea
ch Occurrence





$1,000,000

b.


Personal and Advertising Injury



Each Occurrence





$1,000,000

c. Products/Completed Operations (Aggregate)






to be maintained for five years following






completion of project)





$2,000,000





d.


General Aggregate





$2,000,000





e.


Fire Damage Legal
(if lease involved)






(any one fire)







$300,000

f.

Medical Expense (any one person)




$10,000

g.

Standard ISO occurrence policy form

h.

District included as an insured (exclud
e products

/completed operations)

i.

Contractor’s insurance is primary (other Insurance clause).

j.

Covers contractual liability

k.

Aggregate limit to apply on a per project or per location basis

(other than products/completed operations).

l.

Separation of
insured’s

c
lause.

3.


Business Automobile

a.

Each accident limit of $500,000

b.

Covers owned, non
-
owned and hired vehicles

c.

District included as an insured

d.

Coverage to be on a standard ISO version business auto policy form, or
equivalent form

e.

Liability coverage applies

to “any auto”

4.

Umbrella/Excess Liability Follow Form

Coverage/Limit

a.


Each

Occurrence and Aggregate




$2,000,000

b.

Follow Form

5.


All Policies/Coverages



a.


Each insurer must have an A.M. Best Rating of “A
-
:VII” or




higher
and/or otherwise
be

acceptable to the District, and




must be licensed in Texas to write the above coverage.

b.

Each policy must provide the following:

1)

30
-
day notice of cancellation

2)

60
-
day notice of non
-
renewal

3)

30
-
day notice of material change

4)

The polic
y must require that the insurer send notice to theDistrict

E. This Insurance shall:

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1.

include coverage for the liability assumed by the contractor

2.

include completed operation coverage whic
h is to be kept in force by the
contractor for a period of not
less than five years after completion of the work
provided for or performed under these specifications.

3.

not be subject to any of the special property damage liability exclusions


commonly referred to as the XCU exclusions pertaining to blasting or
explosio
n, collapse or structural damage and underground property;

4.

not be subject to any exclusion of property used by the insured or property in
the care, custody or control of the insured or property as to which the insured
for any purpose is exercising physi
cal control; and

5.

the Certificates of Insurance furnished by the contractor shall show by specific
reference that each of the foregoing items have been provided for.

F.

The certificates of Insurance furnished by the contractor as evidence of the insurance
m
aintained by him shall include a clause obligating the Insurer to give
Lamar
Consolidated

Independent School District thirty (30) days prior written notice of
cancellation or any material change in the insurance.

G.

If the Contractor fails to correct defec
tive work or persistently fails to fulfill his
obligations according to specifications, the Owner may order the Contractor to stop
work, or any portion thereof, until the cause for such order has been properly
corrected.

H.

Should the Contractor not procee
d with the correction of such defective or non
-
conforming work within a reasonable time, the Owner will rem
ove the faulty work and
replace it to comply

with those specifications as set forth in this proposal. All costs
connected with this shall be charged

to the Contractor.

I.

The Contractor shall not sub
-
contract, in whole or partially, any part of those services
required to fulfill the terms of this contract without first obtaining approval from the
Owner.

J.

The Contractor shall give all notices and comply wi
th all laws, ordinances, rules,
regulations, and lawful orders of any public authority bearing on the performance of
the work.

K.

Unless otherwise provided within those specifications of this proposal, the Contractor
shall secure and pay for any fees, license
s, or permits necessary for the successful
completion and proper execution of the work, be it community, city, county, or state
requirement.

L.

The Contractor shall be responsible to the Owner for the acts and omissions of
his/her employees (including sub
-
co
ntractors) performing any work under the terms
and conditions of this proposal (contract).

M.

The Contractor agrees to provide and pay for all labor, materials, and equipment
necessary for the proper execution and completion of work.

N.

The Contractor shall at a
ll times enforce strict discipline and good order among
his/her employees and shall not employ on the work site any unfit person or anyone
not skilled in the task assigned to him.

O.

The Contractor at all times shall keep the premises free from accumulation o
f waste
materials or rubbish caused by his operations.

P.

The Contractor shall take all reasonable precautions for the safety of, and shall
provide all reasonable protection to prevent damage, injury, or loss to:

1.

Contractor’s employees;

2.

Any and all innocent b
ystanders;

3.

Any and all equipment and premises of the Owner

Q.

LCISD

shall not be liable for any damage to person or property caused by any act,
omission or neglect of Contractor, its agent, or Subcontractors, and Contractor
agrees to Indemnify and hold Owner
harmless from all liability and claims for any
such damage


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V.


INDEMNITY


A.

Contractor covenants and agrees to fully indemnify, defend, and hold harmless, the
District and the elected officials, employees, officers, Board of Directors, volunteers
and r
epresentatives of the district, individually or collectively, from and against any
and all costs, claims, liens, damages, losses, expenses, fees, fines, penalties,
proceedings, actions, demands, causes of action, liability and suits of any kind and
nature,

including but not limited to personal or bodily injury, death and property
damage, made upon the District directly or indirectly arising out of, resulting from or
related to Contractor’s activities under this Contract, including any acts or omissions
of C
ontractor, any agent, officer, director, representative, employee, consultant or
subcontractor of contractor, and their respective officers, agent, employees, directors
and representatives while in the exercise of performance of the rights or duties under
this contract. The indemnity provided for in this paragraph shall not apply to any
liability resulting from the negligence of the district, its officers or employees, in
instances where such negligence causes personal injury, death or property damage.
IN

THE EVENT CONTRACTOR AND THE DISTRICT ARE FOUND JOINTLY
LIABLE BY A COURT OF COMPETENT JURISDICTION, LIABILITY SHALL BE
APPORTIONED COMPARATIVELY IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE LAWS OF THE
STATE OF TEXAS, WITHOUT, HOWEVER, WAIVING ANY GOVERNMENTAL
IMMUNITY AVAILA
BLE TO THE DISTRICT UNDER TEXAS LAW AND WITHOUT
WAIVING ANY DEFENCES OF THE PARTIES UNDER TEXAS LAW.


B.

The provisions of this Indemnification are solely for the benefit of the parties hereto
and not intended to create or grant any rights, contractual or
otherwise, to any other
person or entity.


C.

Contractor shall promptly advise the District in writing of any claim or demand against
the District or Contractor known to Contractor related to or arising out of Contractor’s
activities under this Contract.



THE UNDERSIGNED HEREBY:


Agrees to deliver the items specified herein in accordance with the terms, conditions,
specifications and prices set forth.


FIRM:














AUTHORIZED SIGNATURE:










DATE:









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CERTIFICATE OF RESIDENCY


The State of T
exas has passed a law concerning non
-
resident contractors. This law
can be found in Texas Education Code under Chapter 2252, Subchapter A. This law
makes it necessary for the
LCISD

to determine the residency of its offerors. In part, this
law reads as f
ollows:


“Section: 2252.001

(3)

‘Non
-
resident bidder’ refers to a person who is not a resident.

(4)

‘Resident bidder’ refers to a person whose principal place of business is in this
state, including a contractor whose ultimate parent company or majority o
wner
has its principal place of business in this state.

Section: 2252.002

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


I certify that


















(Name of Company Bidding)

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




Resident Bidder






Non
-
resident Bidder


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







in the state of

























Signature of Authorized Company Representative


















Print Name


















Title






Date

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CONFLICT OF INTEREST QUESTIONNAIRE FORM
CIQ

For vendor or other person doing business w
ith local governmental entity

This questionnaire reflects changes made to the law by H.B. 1491, 80th Leg., Regular Session.


This questionnaire is being filed in accordance with Chapter 176, Local Government Code by a
person who has a business relations
hip as defined by Section 176.001(1
-
a) with a local
governmental entity and the person meets requirements under Section 176.006(a).


By law this questionnaire must be filed with the records administrator of the local governmental
entity not later than the

7th business day after the date the person becomes aware of facts that
require the statement to be filed.
See

Section 176.006, Local Government Code.


A person commits an offense if the person knowingly violates Section 176.006, Local Government
Code. An

offense under this section is a Class C misdemeanor.

OFFICE USE ONLY


Date Received


Name of person who has a business relationship with local governmental entity.


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

(The law requires that you file an updated completed questionnaire with the appropriate filing authority not

later than the 7th business day after the date the originally filed questionnaire becomes incomplete or inaccurate.)



Name
of local government officer with whom filer has employment or business relationship.






Name of Officer

This section (item 3 including subparts A, B, C & D) must be completed for each officer with whom the filer has an employment

or other
business relat
ionship as defined by Section 176.001(1
-
a), Local Government Code. Attach additional pages to this Form CIQ as
necessary.


A. Is the local government officer named in this section receiving or likely to receive taxable income, other than investment


incom
e, from the filer of the questionnaire?



Yes No


B. Is the filer of the questionnaire receiving or likely to receive taxable income, other than investment income
, from or at

the direction of the local government officer named in this section AND the taxable income is not received from the

local governmental entity?



Yes

No


C. Is the filer of this questionnaire employed by a corporation or other business entity with respect to which the local

government officer serves as an officer or director, or holds an ownership of 10 percent or more?




Yes No


D. Describe each employment or business relationship with the local government officer named in this section.




_____________________________________________


____________________


Signature of person doing business with the governmental entity


Date



Adopted 01/01/06

1

2

3

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Felony Conviction Notification


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


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


This Notice is Not Required of a Publicly
-
Held Corporation.




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

Vendor’s Name:



Authorized Company Official’s Name (Printed):




A.

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


Signature of Company Official:




B.

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


Signature of Company Official:




C.

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


Name of felon(s):











De
tails of Conviction(s):














Signature of Company Official:








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VENDOR DEBARMENT STATEMENT





I have read the conditions

and specifications provided in the
bid document
attached.



I affirm, to the best of my knowledge, the company I represen
t has not been debarred or
suspended from conducting business with school districts in the State of Texas. This
certification is required by the regulations implementing Executive Order 12549,
Debarment and Suspension, 7 CFR Part 3017, Section 3017.510, P
articipants’
responsibilities. The regulations were published as Part IV of the January 30, 1989,
Federal Register (pages 4722
-
4733). Copies of the regulation may be obtained by
contacting the Department of Agriculture Agency with which this transaction
originated.




NAME OF COMPANY (Please Type)





MAILING ADDRESS


CITY


STATE


ZIP





PREPARED BY (Please Type)




_____________________________
_____


________
_____________________________

SIGNATURE






TITLE



___________________



_____________________

_____________________

TELEPHONE NUMBER


FAX NUMBER

DATE


Check here if you have an address or telephone number change: Yes

No

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Signed Notice & Addenda Form


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


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


ADDENDA, IF ANY: Is
sued in accordance with this document, the undersigned


acknowledges receipt of Addenda Nos._________________dated__________________


_______________________________ (if none received state so)





FIRM NAME________________________________________________
____________


ADDRESS______________________________________________________________


CITY/STATE ZIP________________________________________________________


TELEPHONE NO.________________________________________________________


FACSIMILE NO._______________
__________________________________________


AUTHORIZED SIGNATURE_______________________________________________


TYPED/PRINTED NAME__________________________________________________


POSITION WITH COMPANY______________________________________________


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REF
ERENCES AND BID QUALIFICATION


It is the policy of the Lamar Consolidated ISD Purchasing Department to insure the reliability, financial
stability, product quality and delivery record of vendors it selects for its contractual obligations. In
compliance wi
th this policy, please provide us with at least 6 similar accounts that this department may
contract to verify the above criteria on behalf of your company.


1.




Name of Firm





Telephone



Contact Person



2.




Name of Firm





Telephone



Contact Person



3.




Name of Firm





Telephone



Contact Person



4.




Name of Firm





Telephone



Contact Person



5.




Name of Firm





Telephone



Contact Person



6.




Name of Firm





Telephone



Contact Person



Company:















Signed:






Printed Name:








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Other
Offer

Criteria:

1

Calendar days to
start/complete

projects with Project Plan and Calendar

2

Total Project =

________________ Days

3

Project Management Team; Project Structure; Sub
-
vendors

4

Maintenance Policy

5

References

6

Acknowledgement Letter (Mandatory Sit
e Survey)

7

Insurance Coverage with Descriptions

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6.0

APPENDI
X B

6.1

Maps


http://www.lcisd.org/Schools/DistrictMap.aspx


http://www.lcisd.org/Libraries/DistrictInformation/District_Map.sflb.ashx


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6.2

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