INVITATION TO BID (ITB) NO.

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Av. Do Zimbabwe, 1302, P.O. BOX 4595, Maputo, Mocambique

Telephone: +
258 21 482200

Fax: +
258
21 491719


Fighting Hunger Worldwide


INVITATION TO BID (ITB) NO.
ADM/PROC/201
3/011

1. TENDER PROCEDURES


1.1. All bids must be transmitted exclusively to:


Confidential f
ax: +258 21 494226


Subject:
ADM/PROC/201
3/011


*No
other characters or spacing should be included in the Subject line. WFP recommends
copying and pasting the Reference Number directly into the Subject line.


Closing date:
<
22
/07
/201
3
>
16:3
0 hours

(Mozambique time)


Validity of offer: 60 days


1.2.
Submitting a bid implies acceptance of the attached terms and conditions.


1.3. If tender specifications are insufficient, clarification may be sought prior to
19
/07
/201
2
at
1
2
:00 hours

(Mozambique time)

by sending an e
-
mail to
vanusa.cosmo@wfp.org
or
narciso.chongo@wfp.org
quoting tender No.
ADM/PROC/201
3
/0
11
.
R
esponses to requests
for clarificationwill be given within
1 hour
.

No reference to prices shall be made. WFP is not bound to respond to queriesmade
after the
above date.


1.4. The specifications are defined in Annex I. Alternatives to requestedspecifications may
be considered. If an alternative is given, the supplier shallprovide full descriptive
specifications and documentation of such items.


1.5. B
ids submitted to e
-
mail addresses will notbe considered as valid.






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1.6. Bids must
be on company letterhead.
Bids must include the contact details (name, title,
address, telephone number,fax number and e
-
mail address) of the individual responsible for
the bi
d.


All companies invited to WFP solicitations are requested to respond either
bysubmitting their offers or by indicating their inability to participate.
Suchacknowledgement should be sent directly to the
confidential fax number
with the
subject
ADM/PROC/2
01
3
/0
11
.


Note:
WFP reserves the right to post details of the award of tenders on the WFPwebsite
(
www.wfp.org
)

and/or ONE UN website (www.mz.one.org/procurement)
, including details
of the supplier's name and the
contractvalue.


Date:
12
/07
/201
3




From:
Narciso Chongo, Snr. Procurement

Assistant


Non Food Procurement



















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3


Annex 1
-

Specifications



Specifications




Product Name

bizhub 754/654

Type

Desktop

Copy
Resolution

Scan

Main: 600dpi × Sub:
600dpi

Print

Copy: Main; 600 dpi × Sub; 600 dpi / Print: Main; 1,200 dpi × Sub; 1,200 dpi

Scan Gradation

256

Memory Capacity (Std./Max.)

2GB/4GB

HDD

250GB

Original Type

Sheets, Books, Objects

Max. Original Size

A3 (11" × 17")

Output Size

SRA3 to
A5, B6S1, A6S1 Thick paper, Foolscap2 (8
-
1/2" × 13
-
1/2", 200 mm × 330 mm, 8
-
1/8" ×
13
-
1/4", 8
-
1/2" × 13", 8
-
1/4" × 13", 8" × 13"), 8K, 16K, Long Length Paper (210 × 457.3 mm to 297
× 1,200 mm)

Image Loss

Max. 4.2 mm or less for top edge (5 mm for thin
paper),


Max. 3.0 mm or less for bottom edge,


Max. 3.0 mm or less for right/left edges *A loss of 4.2 mm each during printing.

Warm
-
Up Time (23°C, at rated voltage)

(May vary depending on the operating
environment and usage.)

22 sec. or less

(The time re
quired to start printing when both the main power and sub
-
power switches are turned
from OFF to ON.)

22 sec. or less

(The time required to start printing when the main power switch is ON and the sub
-
power switch is
turned from OFF to ON.)

First Copy
Time
3

754 : 3.6 sec. or less 654 : 3.7 sec. or less

Copy Speed (A4 Crosswise)

754 : 75 ppm 654 : 65 ppm

Copy
Magnification

Fixed Same
Magnification

1:1±0.5% or less

Scaling Up

1: 1.154/1.224/1.414/2.000

Scaling Down

1: 0.866/0.816/0.707/0.500

Preset

3 types

ZoomZoom

25


400% (in 0.1% increments)

Lengthwise Crosswise
Individual Settings

25


400% (in 0.1% increments)

Paper Capacity

(80g/m2 paper)

Tray 1/2 : 500 sheets (up to SRA3), Tray 3 : 1,500 sheets (A4),

Tray 4 : 1,000 sheets (A4),

Multiple Bypass Tray : 150 sheets (up to SRA3)

Max. Paper Capacity (80g/m
2
)

6,650 sheets

Paper Weight

Tray 1
-

4

52 to 256 g/m
2

Multiple Bypass Tray

52 to 300 g/m
2

Multiple Copy

1
-
9,999 sheets

Auto Duplex

Type: Non
-
Stack Paper Size: Width/100 to 320
mm,

Length/148 to 457.2 mm Paper: Wei ght 52 to 256 g/m
2






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Power Requirements

AC 230 V 10 A (50 to 60Hz)

Max. Power Consumption

2.1 kW or less

Dimensions [W] × [D] × [H]

650 mm × 799 mm × 1,155 mm (25
-
1/2" × 31
-
1/2" × 45
-
1/2")

Weight

Approx. 201 kg (443
-
1
/4 lb)

Space Requirements4 [W] × [D]

988 × 1,525 mm (39" × 60")


Printer Specifications

Type

Embedded

CPU

MPC8536 1.2 GHz

Memory

Shared with the copier

Print Speed

Same as Copy Speed (when using the same original)

HDD

250 GB (Shared with the copier)

Print Resolution

1,200 × 1,200 dpi

PDL

PCL5e/c Emulation, PCL XL Ver. 2.1 Emulation,

PostScript 3 Emulation (3016), XPS Ver. 1.0

Protocol

PCL

TCP/IP, IPX/SPX (NDS support), SMB (NetBEUI), LPD, IPP1.1, SNMP, HTTP

Support OS

Windows 2000 / XP / XP
64bit / Vista / Vista 64bit / 7 / 7 64bit

Server 2003 / Server 2003 64bit / Server 2003 R2 /

Server 2003 R2 64bit / Server 2008 / Server 2008 64bit,

Mac OS 9.2 or later / Mac OS X 10.2 or later /

Mac OS X10.4 (Intel) or later, Linux

Fonts

PCL

80 Roman
fonts

PS

137 Roman Type1 fonts

Interface

Ethernet (10BASE
-
T/100BASE
-
TX/1000BASE
-
T), USB 1.1, USB 2.0, USB Host


Scanning Function Specifications

Type

Full
-
Colour Scanner

Interface

Ethernet (10BASE
-
T/100BASE
-
TX/1000BASE
-
T)

Driver

TWAIN Driver, HDD
TWAIN Driver

Protocol

TCP/IP (FTP, SMB, SMTP)

Scanning Speed (Colour/B&W)
(300dpi, A4 Crosswise)

Simplex: 90 opm Duplex: 180 opm

Scanning Size

Max. A3 (11" × 17")

Output Format

TIFF, JPEG, PDF, Compact PDF, XPS, Compact XPS, PPTx, Searchable PDF,
PDF/A, Linearised PDF

Scanning Resolution

Push

200dpi/300dpi/400dpi/600dpi

Pull

100dpi / 200dpi / 300dpi / 400dpi / 600dpi

Main Functions

Scan to E
-
Mail, Scan to FTP, Scan to BOX (HDD), Scan to PC (SMB), Network TWAIN, Scan to WebDAV,
Scan to Me, Scan
to Home, Scan to USB, Scan to Scan Server, Scan to Web Service (WSD
-
Scan), Device
Profile for Web Services (DPWS)

Other Functions

Multi
-
Method Send, Authentication at the time of E
-
Mail send (SMTP authentication, POP before SMTP),
S/MIME, Annotation



Delivery place:
WFP Offices in Maputo
-

Mozambique

D
elivery period:
should be clearly stated in your proposal






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(Period of de
livery must be clearly indicated on your quotation. WFP will automatically
deduct liquidated damages at the rate of
0.1
% of invoice va
lue per
day
, or part thereof, if
delivery is delayed beyond the contracted delivery date.
)


WFP GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR PROCUREMENT
OF GOODS AND SERVICES

1.DEFINITIONS

In these General Terms and Conditions for the Procurement of Goods and/or
Services (the
“General Terms and Conditions”), the following definitions shall apply for the
interpretation of the Contract.

1.1 “WFP” means the United Nations World Food Programme.

1.2 “Contract


means the contract relating to the procurement of Goods or
Services by
WFP from the Supplier and includes these General Terms and Conditions.

1.3 “Goods” means any goods, including without limitation equipment, software, spare
parts, commodities, raw material, components, intermediate products, products and any
o
ther goods supplied or to be supplied to WFP by the Supplier pursuant to or in
connection with the Contract.

1.4 “Parties” means WFP and the Supplier collectively and “Party” means either WFP or
the Supplier.

1.5 “Purchase Order” means a WFP standard f
orm relating to the procurement of goods
and/or services which includes these General Terms and Conditions.

1.6 “Services” means any services provided or to be provided by the Supplier pursuant to
or in connection with the Contract.

1.7 “Supplier” means

the provider of Goods or Services named in the Contract, represented
by an official duly authorised to undertake contractual obligations on behalf of the
Supplier.


3. ACCEPTANCE OF PURCHASE ORDER AND RELATED CONTRACT

2.1 Each Purchase Order for Goods or
Services by WFP from the Supplier shall be deemed
to be an offer by WFP to the Supplier subject to these General Conditions and the
Purchase Order may only be accepted by the Supplier expressly giving notice of
acceptance of the Purchase Order or impliedly

by timely delivery of the Goods or
Services in accordance with the Contract.

2.2 Acceptance of the Purchase Order shall effect the Contract between the Parties under
which, the rights and obligations of the Parties shall be governed solely by the terms
a
nd conditions of the Contract, including these General Terms and Conditions.

2.3 No additional or inconsistent provisions proposed by the Supplier shall bind WFP,
unless agreed to in writing by a duly authorised official of WFP.

2.4 These General Terms
and Conditions apply to all of WFP’s purchases and any variation
to these General Terms and Conditions shall have no effect unless expressly agreed in
writing between the Parties.






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3. DELIVERY

3.1 The Supplier shall deliver the Goods or Services at the pla
ce specified in the Contract
within the delivery date stipulated in the Contract.

3.2 When applicable, manuals, instructions, display and any other information relevant to
the Goods or Services shall be in English unless otherwise stipulated in the Contra
ct.

3.3 Notwithstanding any INCOTERM used in this Contract, risk of loss, damage to, or
destruction of the Goods shall be borne by the Supplier until physical delivery of the
Goods to WFP has been completed in accordance with the terms of the Contract.


4.

INSPECTION OF GOODS AND EVALUATION OF SERVICES

4.1 The duly accredited representatives of WFP shall have the right to inspect or test the
Goods and evaluate the Services at all times prior to delivery of the Goods or the
Services to WFP. Notwithstanding a
ny such inspection or evaluation, the Supplier shall
remain fully responsible for the Goods or Services and any such inspection or
evaluation shall not diminish the Supplier’s obligations under the Contract.

4.2 If the results of the inspection/testing of
Goods or evaluation of Services cause WFP to
consider that the Goods do not conform to the Purchase Order or the Services are not
acceptable, WFP shall immediately inform the Supplier and the Supplier shall
immediately take such action to ensure conformity
.

4.3 WFP shall have ninety (90) days after delivery of the Goods or Services to inspect or
evaluate them and to reject and withhold acceptance of Goods or Services not
conforming to the Contract.

4.4 If any of the Goods or Services fail to comply with t
his Clause 4, WFP is entitled to the
remedies listed in Clause 19.


5. PAYMENT

5.1 Payment by WFP does not imply acceptance of the Goods or Services under the
Contract.

5.2 WFP shall, on fulfilment of the delivery terms, unless otherwise provided in the
Contract, make payment within thirty (30) days of receipt of the Supplier’s invoice for
the Goods or Services, proof of despatch and any other documents specified in the
C
ontract, but time for payment shall not be of the essence of this paragraph.

5.3 WFP reserves the right to set
-
off any amount owing at any time from the Supplier to
WFP under the Contract, including liquidated damages, against the amount of the
Supplier’s

invoice.

5.4 Unless authorised by WFP, the Supplier shall submit one invoice in respect of the
Contract, indicating the Purchase Order identification number.

5.5 The prices shown in the Contract may not be increased except by express, written
agreement

of WFP. The Goods shall remain at the risk of the Supplier until delivery to
WFP is complete.

5.6 Payments shall be made in US Dollars, unless otherwise stipulated in the Contract.







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6. BANK GUARANTEE OR LETTER OF CREDIT

When requested by WFP, the Supplier

shall provide, for the due fulfilment of its
obligations under the Contract an unconditional and irrevocable bank guarantee or letter of
credit in a form and from a bank of good standing acceptable to WFP for the amount
determined in the Contract.


7. TRA
DE TERMS

Whenever an INCOTERM is used in the Contract, it shall be interpreted in a
ccordance
with the INCOTERMS 2010
.


8. EXPORT LICENCES

Notwithstanding the INCOTERM used in the Contract, the Supplier shall obtain any export
licences required for the
Goods or Services.


9. TAX EXEMPTION

9.1 Section 7 of the Convention on the Privileges and Immunities of the United Nations
1946 provides, inter alia, that the United Nations, including its subsidiary organs, is
exempt from all direct taxes, except charges

for public utilities services, and is exempt
from customs duties and charges of a similar nature in respect of articles imported or
exported for its official use.

9.2 Accordingly, the Supplier authorises WFP to deduct from the Supplier's invoices any
amo
unt representing such taxes, duties or charges charged to WFP by the Supplier.
Payment of such adjusted amount shall constitute full payment by WFP.

9.3 In the event any taxing authority refuses to recognise WFP's exemption from such
taxes, duties or char
ges, the Supplier shall immediately consult with WFP to determine
a mutually acceptable procedure.


10. WARRANTIES

10.1 The Supplier warrants that it has title and authority to, and the unencumbered right to
sell the Goods and/or the Services and that the Goods, (including packaging),
conform in all respects to the specifications in the Contract and are of the best
qu
ality, material and workmanship, are free from defects and are without fault and
that the Goods are fit for the purposes for which such Goods are ordinarily used and
for the purposes expressly made known to the Supplier by WFP.

10.2 The Supplier also warr
ants and covenants that it has and it shall obtain and maintain
all necessary permits, authorisations or licences necessary for the selling and the
delivery of the Goods and/or Services according to specific country requirements for
such Goods and/or Servi
ces and to the laws and regulations applicable to it. Should
difficulties occur in obtaining such authorisations, WFP shall give reasonable
assistance to the Supplier.

10.3 The Supplier also warrants that the Goods are securely contained, packaged and
mar
ked, taking into consideration the mode(s) of shipment, in a manner so as to
protect the Goods during delivery to their final destination.






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10.4 Unless a longer period is specified in the Contract or provided by the manufacturer,
the Supplier warrants and
certifies that it will repair or replace without expense to
WFP or its clients any Goods which WFP considers to be defective in design,
material or workmanship within one (1) year from the date such Goods are placed in
use.

10.5 The Supplier also warrants
that the Services provided under the Contract are of
quality, quantity and all other specifications required by the Contract, free from any
rights or claim of a third party, including but not limited to intellectual property
rights. The Supplier shall perf
orm Services, exercising the degree of skill, diligence,
prudence and foresight which would reasonably be expected from a skilled and
experienced operator engaged in the same type of undertaking.

10.6 When necessary, the Supplier shall maintain an after sa
les service to handle requests
from WFP [or its clients] for technical maintenance, service, repairs and overhaul of
Goods and/or Services.


11.INSURANCE
:

11.1 The Supplier shall provide and maintain all necessary insurance against all risks in
respect o
f the implementation of the Contract.

11.2 The Contractor shall provide and thereafter maintain all appropriate worker’s
compensation insurance, or its equivalent, with respect to its employees to cover
claims for personal injury or death in connection wi
th this Contract.

12. INDEMNIFICATION

The Supplier agrees to indemnify WFP in full against all direct, indirect or consequential
liabilities awarded against or paid by WFP as a result of or in connection with (1) defective
workmanship, quality or materials
; (2) an infringement or alleged infringement of any
intellectual property rights caused by the use, manufacture or supply of the Goods; and (3)
any claim made against WFP in respect of any liability, loss, damage, personal injury,
death, cost or expense s
ustained by WFP, its employees or agents or any customer or third
party (“Loss”) to the extent that such Loss was caused by, relates to or arises from the
Goods and/or Services as a consequence of a direct or indirect breach or negligent
performance or fa
ilure or delay in performance of the terms of the Contract by the
Supplier.


13. TITLE TO EQUIPMENT SUPPLIED BY WFP

13.1 Title to any equipment and supplies that may be furnished by WFP shall rest with
WFP and any such equipment shall be returned to WFP

when no longer needed by
the Supplier but, in any event, at the conclusion of the Contract.

13.2 Such equipment, when returned to WFP shall be in the same condition as when
delivered to the Supplier, subject to normal wear and tear.

13.3 The Supplier sh
all be liable to compensate WFP for equipment determined to be
damaged or degraded beyond normal wear and tear.

13.3 Such equipment is provided to the Supplier “as is” thus WFP gives no warranty as to
its quality.







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14. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY INFRINGEMENT

The Supplier warrants that the use by or supply to WFP of the Goods and/or Services
provided under the Contract does not infringe on any copyright, patent, design,
trade
-
name, trade
-
mark or any other intellectual property rights of any third party.



15.
CONFIDENTIALITY

15.1 The Supplier may not communicate, at any time, during or after expiry of this
Contract, to any other person, government or authority external to WFP, any
information of a confidential nature concerning the activities of WFP, the United

Nations or any of its subsidiary organs other than to its employees, agents or
subcontractors (“Supplier Parties”) but only on a need to know basis in order to fulfil
the Contract and provided that the Supplier ensures that such Supplier Parties are
bound

by the confidentiality obligations no less onerous than those applying to the
Supplier hereunder.

15.2 The Supplier shall not use any information to private advantage and it shall refrain
from any action which may adversely affect WFP.


16. TERMINATION

16.1 WFP may terminate the Contract, in whole or in part, upon written notice to the
Supplier either for convenience without cause or in case of breach by the Supplier of
any obligations under the Contract.

16.2 Upon receiving such notice, the Supplier sh
all promptly stop the work and/or
Services.

16.3 In the event of termination, no payment shall be due from WFP to the Supplier except
for work and Services satisfactorily performed prior to termination, for expenses
necessary for the prompt termination of

the work and for the cost of such necessary
work as WFP may request the Supplier to complete. Such payment will not include
loss of anticipated profit or any consequential loss.


17. REMEDIES

17.1 Without prejudice to Clause 16 above, in case of failure
by the Supplier to fulfil its
obligations under the terms and conditions of the Contract, WFP may, after giving the
Supplier reasonable notice to perform and without prejudice to any other rights or
remedies, exercise any one or more of the following remed
ies: (1) give the Supplier
the opportunity at the Supplier’s expense either to remedy any defect in the Goods
and/or Services or to supply replacement Goods and/or Services to ensure the
fulfillment of the Contract; (2) procure all or part of the Goods and
/or Services from
other sources in order to fulfil the Contract, in which event WFP may hold the
Supplier liable for any excess cost; (3) refuse to accept delivery of all or part of the
Goods and/or Services; (4) to reject the Goods and/or Services (in who
le or in part)
and return them to the Supplier on the basis that the Supplier will refund WFP for the





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cost of the rejected Goods and/or Services; (5) terminate the Contract; (6) require the
Supplier to ship at its own expense, via express means, to meet th
e delivery schedule;
(7) impose liquidated damages in accordance with Clause 19 below; and (8) claim
damages as may have been sustained as consequence of the Supplier’s breach of the
Contract .

17.2 Acceptance of Goods and/or Services delivered late shall

not be deemed a waiver of
WFP's rights to hold the Supplier liable for any loss and/or damage resulting
therefrom, nor shall it constitute a modification of the Supplier's obligation to make
future deliveries in accordance with the delivery schedule.


18.

LIQUIDATED DAMAGES

Late delivery, or despatch outside the agreed shipping schedule, shall be subject, without
notice, to an assessment of liquidated damages equivalent to 0.1 percent of the Contract
value per day or part thereof. The assessment will not e
xceed ten (10) percent of the
Contract value.


19. FORCE MAJEURE

WFP reserves the right to defer the date of payment or delivery or to cancel the Contract or
reduce the volume of Goods ordered, or Services requested if it is prevented from or
delayed in t
he carrying on of its activities due to circumstances beyond the reasonable
control of WFP, including, without limitation, acts of God, governmental actions, war or
national emergency, acts of terrorism, protests, riot, civil commotion, fire, explosion, fl
ood,
epidemic, lock
-
outs, strikes or other labour disputes, or restraints affecting carriers or
inability or delay in obtaining supplies of adequate or suitable materials.


20. CHANGES

20.1 WFP may, at any time, request changes to the Contract in writing.
If any such change
results in an increase or decrease in the price and/or the time required for
performance pursuant to the Contract, a reasonable adjustment shall be made to the
order price and/or delivery schedule of the Contract.

20.2 No notification o
f change in the terms of the Contract shall be valid or enforceable
against WFP unless it is in writing and signed by a duly authorised official of WFP.


21. OFFICIALS NOT TO BENEFIT

The Supplier warrants that no official of WFP has received or will be of
fered by the
Supplier any direct or indirect benefit arising from the Contract. The Supplier agrees that
breach of this provision constitutes a breach of an essential condition of the Contract.


22. LEGAL STATUS

The Supplier is an independent contractor
to WFP. The Supplier, its personnel, agents and
sub
-
contractors shall not be considered in any respect as being the employees or agents of
WFP. The Supplier shall be fully responsible for all Services performed by its personnel,
agents or sub
-
contractors a
nd for all acts and omissions of such personnel, agents and sub
-





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contractors. The Supplier shall neither seek nor accept instructions from any authority
external to WFP.


23. NON
-
WAIVER OF RIGHTS

Failure of, or delay by WFP in the exercise of any rights or

remedies provided by the
Contract shall not be deemed a waiver of any rights of WFP, and shall not release the
Supplier from fulfilling its obligations.



24. ASSIGNMENT

The Supplier shall not, except after obtaining the written consent of WFP, assign,
transfer,
grant security over or otherwise dispose of any of its rights or obligations in respect of the
Contract. Should the Supplier receive such written consent, the Supplier shall remain
primary obligor in respect of the Contract.


25. SEVERABILITY

If
any provision of the Contract is found by any court, tribunal or administrative body of
competent jurisdication to be wholly or partly illegal, invalid, void, voidable,
unenforceable or unreasonable it shall, to the extent of such illegality, invalidity, v
oidness,
voidability, unenforceability or unreasonableness, be deemed severable and the remaining
provisions of the Contract shall continue in full force and effect.


26. SETTLEMENT OF DISPUTES

26.1 The Contract and any dispute arising therefrom, shall be
governed by general
recognised principles of international commercial law. The Contract shall be in
English. In case of translation of the Contract in another language, the English
version shall prevail.

26.2 Amicable Settlement: The Parties shall use the
ir best efforts to settle amicably any
dispute, controversy or claim arising out of, or relating to, the Contract or to the
breach, termination or invalidity thereof (“Dispute”). Where the Parties wish to seek
such an amicable settlement through conciliati
on, the conciliation shall take place in
accordance with the UNCITRAL Conciliation Rules then obtaining, or according to
such other procedure as may be agreed between the Parties.

26.3 Arbitration: Unless any such Dispute is settled amicably under Clause

26.2 above
within sixty (60) days after receipt by one Party of the other Party’s request for
concilisation, such Dispute shall be exclusively referred by either Party to arbitration
in accordance with the UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules then obtaining. The a
rbitral
tribunal shall have no authority to award punitive damages. The Parties agree to be
bound by any arbitration award rendered as a result of such arbitration as the final
adjudication of any Dispute. The appointing authority shall be the Internationa
l
Chamber of Commerce.


27. PRIVILEGES AND IMMUNITIES






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Nothing in, or related to the Contract shall be deemed to be a waiver, by WFP, the United
Nations and/or any of its subsidiary organs of any privileges or immunity enjoyed by them
or the acceptance of t
he jurisdiction of the courts of any country over disputes arising out
of the Contract.


28. USE OF NAME, EMBLEM OR OFFICIAL SEAL OF WFP OR THE UNITED
NATIONS

28.1 Unless specifically authorised in writing in each instance by WFP, the Supplier shall
not ad
vertise or otherwise make public the fact that it is providing or performing, or
has provided Goods or performed Services for WFP and/or the United Nations and/or
any of its subsidiary organs.

28.2 The Supplier shall not use the name, emblem or official s
eal of WFP and/or the
United Nations or any abbreviation of the name of WFP and/or United Nations for
advertising or for any other purpose.


29. CHILD LABOUR, MINES, TERRORISM, SEXUAL EXPLOITATION, ETHICS

29.1 The Supplier represents and warrants that:

(a)

neither it nor any of its affiliates is engaged in any practice inconsistent with the
rights set forth in the Convention of the Rights of the Child which, inter alia, requires
that a child shall be protected from performing any work that is likely to be
hazardous
or to interfere with the child’s education, or to be harmful to the child’s health or
physical, mental, spiritual, moral or social development;

(b) neither it, nor any of its affiliates is engaged in the sale or manufacture of anti
-
personnel mine
s or of components used in the manufacture of such mines;

(c) neither it, nor any of its affiliates is engaged either directly or indirectly in
terrorism, or in the finance or support of terrorism or in the provision of goods or
services to suppliers engag
ed in such activities; and

(d) it has taken all appropriate measures to prevent sexual exploitation or abuse of
anyone by it or by any of its employees or any other persons who may be engaged by
the Supplier to perform any provision of the Contract.

29.2
The Supplier shall be responsible for the professional and technical competence of the
Supplier Parties and will select, for work under the Contract, reliable individuals
who will perform effectively in the implementation of the Contract, respect the loca
l
customs, and conform to a high standard of moral and ethical conduct.

29.3 Any breach of this Clause 29 shall entitle WFP to terminate the Contract and suspend
payments that may be due, without liability for termination charges or any other
liability of
any kind of WFP.