Safety Equipment and Supply (Stock)

expired opportunity(Expired)
From: Tacoma(City)
started - 20 Sep, 2022 (2 months ago)

Start Date

20 Sep, 2022 (2 months ago)
due - 20 Sep, 2022 (2 months ago)

Due Date

26 Sep, 2022 (2 months ago)
Bid Notification

Opportunity Type

Bid Notification
TP22-0328N

Opportunity Identifier

TP22-0328N
City of Tacoma

Customer / Agency

City of Tacoma
747 Market Street Tacoma, Washington 98402

Location

747 Market Street Tacoma, Washington 98402
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The City of Tacoma is soliciting bids for purchase of Safety Equip and Supply (Stock). Submittals may be e-mailed to sendbid@cityoftacoma.org for this solicitation. Please include the Collective Bid Number, TP22-0328N, in the subject line of your e-mail. Bids are subject to the submittal deadline noted in the bid solicitation document. The time of e-mail receipt will be considered as the time of submittal. The City accepts no responsibility for transmission errors. We are unable to verify receipt of submittals due to the large volume of submittals received. Extend net price and provide net total value. All bid pricing shall be FOB Destination, freight prepaid and included in the unit price. Materials must be new and unused. No substitutes are allowed. Substitute items will be returned at vendor's expense. RFQ Information Collective Bid # TP22-0328N Bid Issue Date 09/19/2022 Vendor Number 109226 WEB VENDOR FOR RFQ Material will ship to: Power Warehouse 3628 S 35th St (Rear) Tacoma WA 98409 Vendor Information (vendor to complete) Firm Name: Address: City/State/Zip / / Phone/Fax / E-Mail Contact Name Payment Terms %, days (e.g. 2% 10,N30) Tacoma Bus. Lic. # Taxpayer ID # SIGNATURE OF PERSON AUTHORIZED TO SIGN THIS BID x________________________________________DATE:____ /____ /________ NAME : _________________________________ TITLE : _________________________________ CITY OF TACOMA THIS IS NOT AN ORDER All prices quoted shall be F.O.B. Destination, Freight Prepaid and Allowed Return Bids By 11:00 AM, 09/26/2022 to: sendbid@cityoftacoma.org Carly Fowler ABN 4th Floor NE 3628 South 35th Street Tacoma WA 98409 Item # Material# Delivery QTY UM Net Price Total Description Date Page 1 of 5 All responses & inquiries must be plainly marked with this REQUEST FOR QUOTATION 6000051987 Delivery date will default to two weeks ARO if vendor fails to provide. Please Circle or underline the part number and manufacturer quoted or bid may be considered non-responsive. If applicable, you must select from the approved manufacturer(s) listed. Substitutions will not be approved at the time of the bid awarding. If you have a material that you would like to have added, it must be submitted for review and approved by the City of Tacoma's Material Committee before the bid issue date listed on this request for quotation. For more information regarding this process, please contact: Erica Pierce, epierce@cityoftacoma.org Responses MUST BE SUBMITTED on the provided City of Tacoma bid solicitation form. Vendor signature is MANDATORY. Bid results will be posted at: http://www.cityoftacoma.org/government/ci ty_departments/finance/procurement_and_payables_division/purch asing/bid_results/ Note: You must register at this website as a bid holder for each solicitation of interest in order to receive notification regarding amendments or other updates to the original bid solicitation documents. City Contact: Carly Fowler, cfowler@cityoftacoma.org 10 10126 20 EA CAP,SAFETY,WHITE,6 PT,RATCHET CAP, SAFETY, WHITE,CAP STYLE WITH 6 POINT RATCHET SUSPENSION, POLY BROW PAD, WITHOUT LOGO, MEET ANSI STD #Z89.1-2003 TYPE 1, CLASS E & G. Material # Manf Part# Manufacturer Name 10126 C30R BULLARD CITY OF TACOMA THIS IS NOT AN ORDER All prices quoted shall be F.O.B. Destination, Freight Prepaid and Allowed Item # Material# Delivery QTY UM Net Price Total Description Date Page 2 of 5 All responses & inquiries must be plainly marked with this REQUEST FOR QUOTATION 6000051987 20 76717 6 PR GLOVE,GOATSKIN,SM,GROUND,FR GLOVE, GOATSKIN, GROUND. SIZE SMALL. ARC RATING OF 23 CAL, WITH PUNCTURE RESISTANCE OF 4. UNLINED. Material # Manf Part# Manufacturer Name 76717 12-3265-60-SM YOUNGSTOWN GLOVE CO 30 35143 2 EA CARABINER,8-11/16IN,TEARDROP SHAPE LANYARD, CARABINER, TEARDROP SHAPE. OVERALL LENGTH TO BE 8-11/16IN. MINIMUM GATE OPENING IS 2IN, GATE MUST SELF-CLOSE AND SELF-LOCK. RATED AND STAMPED FOR 5,000 LBS. MINIMUM LENGTH TO BE 8-11/16IN AND MINIMUM WIDTH TO BE 4-15/16IN. MUST BE RATED FOR LIFTING OF WORKERS AND MEET ANSI Z359.1. *** NO SUBSTITUTE *** Material # Manf Part# Manufacturer Name 10006792 2000114 DBI/SALA 40 73817 30 BX GLOVE,MED,NITRILE,DISPOSABLE, 8 MIL GLOVE, NITRILE, DISPOSABLE, 8-MIL, INDUSTRIAL GRADE, POWDER FREE. SIZE MEDIUM. TEXTURED PALM AND FINGERS. PKG 100 PER BOX. 50 73819 20 BX GLOVE,X-LARGE,NITRILE,DISPOSABLE 8 MIL GLOVE, NITRILE, DISPOSABLE, 8-MIL, INDUSTRIAL GRADE, POWDER FREE. SIZE EXTRA LARGE. TEXTURED PALM AND FINGERS. PKG 100 PER BOX. 60 19622 2 DR DRUM,55GAL,STEEL,TIGHT HEAD DRUM, STEEL, TIGHT HEAD, 55 GAL, DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION APPROVED, NEW, FOR STORAGE OF PCB FLUID, LIQUID RATING UN1A1/X1.8/340 OR UN1A1/X1.4/300 CITY OF TACOMA THIS IS NOT AN ORDER All prices quoted shall be F.O.B. Destination, Freight Prepaid and Allowed Item # Material# Delivery QTY UM Net Price Total Description Date Page 3 of 5 All responses & inquiries must be plainly marked with this REQUEST FOR QUOTATION 6000051987 70 21346 1 PR GAFF,3IN,TREE CLIMBING,W/SCREWS GAFF, 3 INCH, TREE CLIMBING, WITH SCREWS Material # Manf Part# Manufacturer Name 21346 14T BASHLIN 80 76719 84 PR GLOVE,GOATSKIN,LRG,GROUND,FR GLOVE, GOATSKIN, GROUND. SIZE LARGE. ARC RATING OF 23 CAL, WITH PUNCTURE RESISTANCE OF 4. UNLINED. Material # Manf Part# Manufacturer Name 76719 12-3265-60-LRG YOUNGSTOWN GLOVE CO CITY OF TACOMA THIS IS NOT AN ORDER All prices quoted shall be F.O.B. Destination, Freight Prepaid and Allowed Net Value $ Plus Tax at __________% $ Total Amount $ Item # Material# Delivery QTY UM Net Price Total Description Date Page 4 of 5 All responses & inquiries must be plainly marked with this REQUEST FOR QUOTATION 6000051987 Standard Terms & Conditions, Form No. SPEC-190A Page 1 of 19 Rev.: 12/10/2020 CITY OF TACOMA STANDARD TERMS AND CONDITIONS GOVERNS BOTH GOODS AND SERVICES AS APPLICABLE In the event of an award by the City, these Terms and Conditions stated herein, Additional Contract Documents if issued, Solicitation if issued, Purchase Orders if issued by City, and Supplier's Submittal, if provided, shall constitute the Contract between City and Supplier for the acquisition of goods, including materials, supplies, and equipment or for the provision of services and deliverables. Said documents represent the entire Contract between the parties and supersede any prior oral statements, discussions, or understandings between the parties, and/or subsequent Supplier invoices. No modification of the Contract shall be effective unless mutually agreed in writing. The specific terms and conditions of any Solicitation (Specification, Request for Bids, Request for Proposals, Requests for Qualifications, Requests for Quotations, Request for Information, bid documents, request to enter into negotiations, or other form of solicitation issued by City including any general, special, or technical provisions associated with such Solicitations) are incorporated herein by reference and supersede these Terms and Conditions where there is conflict or inconsistency. In the event Additional Contract Documents are negotiated and agreed to in writing between Supplier and City, the specific terms of such Additional Contract Documents are incorporated herein by reference and supersede all other terms and conditions where there is conflict or inconsistency. These Terms and Conditions, Additional Contract Documents if issued, Solicitation if issued, City purchase order if issued, are controlling over Supplier’s Submittal if a Submittal is provided. Submittals if provided are incorporated herein by reference. 1.01 SUPPLIER / CONTRACTOR As used herein, “Supplier” or "Contractor" shall be the Supplier(s) entering a Contract with City, whether designated as a Supplier, Contractor, Vendor, Proposer, Bidder, Respondent, Seller, Merchant, Service Provider, or otherwise. 1.02 SUBMITTAL Submittal means Bids, Proposals, Quotes, Qualifications or other information, content, records or documents submitted in response to a City Solicitation. 1.03 FORMS OF SUBMITTAL Unless stated otherwise, all submittals must be in SAP Ariba and submitted exactly as specified or directed, and all required forms must be used. 1.04 COSTS TO PREPARE SUBMITTAL The City is not liable for any costs incurred by Supplier for the preparation of materials or a Submittal provided in response to a solicitation, conducting presentations to the City, or any other activities related to responding to the City’s Solicitation. 1.05 LICENSES/PERMITS A. Suppliers, if applicable, must have a Washington state business license at the time of Submittal and throughout the term of the Contract. Failure to include a Washington state business license may be grounds for rejection of the Submittal or cancellation of contract award. Information regarding Washington state business licenses may be obtained at http://bls.dor.wa.gov. B. Upon award, it is the responsibility of the Supplier to register with the City of Tacoma's Tax and License Division, 733 South Market Street, Room 21, Tacoma, WA 98402-3768, 253-591-5252, https://www.cityoftacoma.org/government/city_departments/finance/tax_and_license/. Supplier shall obtain a business license as is required by Tacoma Municipal Code Subtitle 6C.20. C. During the term of the Contract, Supplier, at its expense, shall obtain and keep in force any and all necessary licenses and permits. http://bls.dor.wa.gov/ https://www.cityoftacoma.org/government/city_departments/finance/tax_and_license/ Standard Terms & Conditions, Form No. SPEC-190A Page 2 of 19 Rev.: 12/10/2020 1.06 PUBLIC DISCLOSURE: PROPRIETARY OR CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION A. Supplier Submittals, all documents and records comprising the Contract, and all other documents and records provided to the City by Supplier are deemed public records subject to disclosure under the Washington State Public Records Act, Chapter 42.56 RCW (Public Records Act). Thus, City may be required, upon request, to disclose the Contract and documents or records related to it unless an exemption under the Public Records Act or other laws applies. In the event CITY receives a request for such disclosure, determines in its legal judgment that no applicable exemption to disclosure applies, and Supplier has complied with the requirements to mark records considered confidential or proprietary as such requirements are stated below, City agrees to provide Supplier 10 days written notice of impending release. Should legal action thereafter be initiated by Supplier to enjoin or otherwise prevent such release, all expense of any such litigation shall be borne by Supplier, including any damages, attorneys’ fees or costs awarded by reason of having opposed disclosure. City shall not be liable for any release where notice was provided and Supplier took no action to oppose the release of information. B. If Supplier provides City with records or information that Supplier considers confidential or proprietary, Supplier must mark all applicable pages or sections of said record(s) as “Confidential” or “Proprietary.” Further, in the case of records or information submitted in response to a Request for Proposals, an index must be provided indicating the affected pages or sections and locations of all such material identified Confidential or Proprietary. Information not included in the required index will not be reviewed for confidentiality or as proprietary before release. If Supplier fails to so mark or index Submittals and related records, then the City, upon request, may release said record(s) without the need to satisfy the requirements of subsection A above; and Supplier expressly waives its right to allege any kind of civil action or claim against the City pertaining to the release of said record(s). C. Submission of materials in response to City’s Solicitation shall constitute assent by Supplier to the foregoing procedure and Supplier shall have no claim against the City on account of actions taken pursuant to such procedure. 1.07 SUSTAINABILITY A. The City has interest in measures used by its contractors to ensure sustainable operations with minimal adverse impact on the environment. The City seeks to do business with vendors that value community and environmental stewardship that help us meet our sustainable purchasing goals. B. The City encourages the use of environmentally preferable products or services that help to minimize the environmental and human health impacts of City operations. Suppliers are encouraged to incorporate environmentally preferable products or services into Submittals wherever possible. "Environmentally preferable" means products or services that have a lesser or reduced effect on human health and the environment when compared with competing products or services that serve the same purpose. This comparison may consider raw materials acquisition, production, manufacturing, packaging, distribution, reuse, operation, maintenance, or disposal of the product or service. C. Environmental Standards. The City seeks to ensure that all purchases comply with current environmental standards and product specifications. Where appropriate, third party independent certifiers such as Green Seal and USEPA Standards shall be a minimum specification for products to the City, unless specified otherwise herein. D. The City encourages the use of sustainability practices and desires any awarded Suppliers to assist in efforts to address such factors when feasible for: 1. Pollutant releases 2. Toxicity of materials used 3. Waste generation 4. Greenhouse gas emissions, including transportation of materials and services 5. Recycle content 6. Energy consumption 7. Depletion of natural resources 8. Potential impact on human health and the environment Standard Terms & Conditions, Form No. SPEC-190A Page 3 of 19 Rev.: 12/10/2020 1.08 ALTERATIONS NOT ALLOWED Except as otherwise specifically provided in a Solicitation, Submittals that are incomplete or conditioned in any way, contain erasures, alternatives or items not called for, or not in conformity with law, may be rejected as being non-responsive. Any attempt to condition a Submittal by inserting exceptions to the Solicitation or any conditions, qualifications or additions that vary its terms may result in rejection of the Submittal. The City may reject any submittal containing a material deviation from the Solicitation. 1.09 CORRECTION OF AMBIGUITIES AND OBVIOUS ERRORS A. The City reserves the right to correct obvious errors in Supplier's Submittal. In this regard, if the unit price does not compute to the extended total price, the unit price shall govern. B. Supplier shall notify the City of Tacoma Procurement and Payables Division in writing of any ambiguity, conflict, discrepancy, omission or other error in a Solicitation no later than five business days prior to the submittal deadline. 1. For solicitations conducted in SAP Ariba, Supplier shall notify the City of Tacoma Procurement and Payables Division on the message board of the event. 2. For all other solicitations, Supplier shall notify the contract person listed in the Solicitation. C. The City will make necessary modifications by addendum. D. Supplier is responsible for identifying ambiguities, conflicts, discrepancies, omissions or other errors in the Solicitation prior to providing its Submittal or the ambiguity, conflict, discrepancy, omission, or other error is waived. Any Submittal that includes assumed clarifications and/or corrections without the required authentication of the same is subject to rejection. 1.10 WARRANTIES/GUARANTEE A. Suppliers warrant that all items, including services, as applicable: 1. Are merchantable. 2. Comply with the City's latest drawings and specifications. 3. Are fit for the City's intended use. 4. Will be performed according to the skill and care required by customarily accepted good practices and procedures followed by service providers rendering the same or similar type of service. 5. Are new and unused unless otherwise stated. 6. Comply with all applicable safety and health standards established for such products by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), Washington Industrial Safety and Health Act (WISHA) and/or Consumer Products Safety Act (CPSA), and all other applicable state and federal laws or agency regulations. 7. Are properly packaged and contain appropriate instructions or warnings, including applicable MSDS sheets. 1.11 PATENTS, TRADEMARKS AND COPYRIGHTS Suppliers warrant that equipment and/or materials furnished, including software, do not infringe on any patent, trademark or copyright, and agree to indemnify, defend and hold harmless, the City in the event of any infringement or claim thereof. 1.12 DELIVERY OF SUBMITTALS TO THE CITY’S PROCUREMENT AND PAYABLES DIVISION A. Submittal packages must be received by the City’s Procurement and Payables Division in SAP Ariba (unless another form of delivery is stated), prior to the scheduled time and date stated in the Solicitation. B. Supplier is solely responsible for timely delivery of its Submittal. C. Submittals received after the time stated in the solicitation will not be accepted. D. For purposes of determining whether a Submittal has been timely received in SAP Ariba, the City's Procurement and Payables Division will rely on the submittal clock in SAP Ariba. Standard Terms & Conditions, Form No. SPEC-190A Page 4 of 19 Rev.: 12/10/2020 1.13 SUBMITTAL IS NON-COLLUSIVE Supplier acknowledges that by its delivery of a Submittal to the City in response to a Solicitation, it represents that the prices in such Submittal are neither directly nor indirectly the result of any formal or informal agreement with another Supplier. 1.14 PARTNERSHIPS The City will allow firms to partner in order to respond to a Solicitation. Multiple suppliers may team under a Prime Supplier’s Submittal in order to provide responses to all sections in a single submission; however, each Supplier’s participation must be clearly delineated by section. The Prime Supplier will be considered the responding vendor and the responsible party at contract award. All contract negotiations will be conducted only with the Prime Supplier. All contract payments will be made only to the Prime Supplier. Any agreements between the Prime Supplier and other companies will not be a part of the Contract between the City and the Prime Supplier. The City reserves the right to select more than one Prime Supplier. 1.15 WITHDRAWAL OF SUBMITTALS A. Prior to Submittal Deadline. Submittals may be withdrawn (including in SAP Ariba) prior to the scheduled submittal deadline. B. After Submittal Deadline. No Submittal can be withdrawn after having been opened before the actual award of the contract, unless the award is delayed more than 90 calendar days beyond the date of opening. If a delay of more than 90 calendar days does occur, Supplier must submit written notice to the City purchasing manager that Supplier is withdrawing its submittal. 1.16 ACCEPTANCE OF SUBMITTALS A. If the solicitation announcement so states, submittals, unless previously withdrawn, will be read aloud, irrespective of any irregularities or informalities in such submittal, at the time and place specified in the solicitation announcement. B. All submittals must remain open for acceptance by the City for a period of at least 90 calendar days from the submittal deadline. 1.17 RIGHT TO REJECT The City of Tacoma reserves the right to reject any and all submittals, waive minor deviations or informalities, supplement, amend, reduce or otherwise modify the scope of work or cancel the solicitation, and if necessary, call for new submittals. 1.18 RESERVED RIGHTS A. By providing a submittal in response to a City solicitation, Supplier acknowledges and consents to the below City rights and conditions. With regard to this procurement process, the City reserves, holds without limitation, and may exercise, at its sole discretion, the following rights and conditions: 1. To terminate the procurement process or decide not to award a contract as a result thereof by written notice to the Suppliers for any reason whatsoever with or without substitution of another solicitation. 2. To waive any defect, technicality, or any other minor informality or irregularity in any submittal, or any other response from Suppliers. 3. To issue addenda for any purpose including: a. To make minor or major changes or alterations to the evaluation, selection and/or performance schedule(s) for any events associated with a procurement. b. To supplement, amend, reduce, cancel, or otherwise modify a Solicitation, including but not limited to modifications to the description of services and/or products contained in the solicitation, by omitting services/products and/or including services/products. 4. To request clarifications, additional information, and/or revised Submittals from one or more Suppliers. 5. To conduct investigations with respect to the qualifications and experience of Supplier(s), including inspection of facilities and to request additional evidence to support any such information. Standard Terms & Conditions, Form No. SPEC-190A Page 5 of 19 Rev.: 12/10/2020 6. To eliminate any Supplier that submits an incomplete or inadequate response, or is non- responsive to the requirements of a Solicitation, or is otherwise deemed to be unqualified during any stage of the procurement process. 7. To select and interview a single finalist or multiple finalists to further the City’s evaluation of Submittals provided in response to a Solicitation. The City may, in its sole and exclusive discretion as to what is in the City’s best interest, elect not to conduct interviews of any or all Suppliers in connection with a solicitation process. 8. Except in the case of Requests for Bids, to negotiate any rate/fee offered by a Supplier. The City shall have the sole right to make the final rate/fee offer during contract negotiations. If the selected Supplier does not accept the City’s final offer, the City may, in its sole discretion discontinue contract negotiations and commence negotiations with another Supplier, except as otherwise provided in Chapter 39.80, RCW. 9. To select and enter into a Contract with one or more Suppliers whose Submittal best satisfies the interests of the City and is most responsive, in the sole judgment of the City, to the requirements of a Solicitation. 10. To award by line item or group of line items. 11. To not award one or more items. 12. To issue additional or subsequent solicitations. 13. To seek partnerships between one or more Suppliers. 14. Request additional related products and services from the selected Supplier(s) as necessary throughout the term of the Contract. 15. Negotiate costs or fees in the event of new legislation or regulatory changes, or issuance of related compliance guidance, technology enhancements, and innovative solutions. 16. In the event the City receives questions concerning a Solicitation from one or more Suppliers prior to the deadline for response, the City reserves the right to provide such questions, and the City’s responses, if any, to all Suppliers. 17. If an award is made and, prior to entering into a contract, subsequent information indicates that such award is not in the best interest of the City, the City may rescind the award without prior notice to Supplier and either award to another Supplier or reject all submittals or cancel this solicitation. 18. To cancel award of a contract at any time before execution of the Contract by both parties if cancellation is deemed to be in the City’s best interest. In providing a submittal, Suppliers agree that the City is not liable for any costs or damages for the cancellation of an award. Supplier assumes the sole risk and responsibility for all expenses connected with the preparation of its submittal. 19. To add additional City departments or divisions to the Contract or develop a separate Contract with the Supplier subject to all terms, conditions and pricing of the original Contract 20. To take any other action affecting a Solicitation or a procurement process that is determined to be in the City’s best interests. 1.19 SUBMITTAL CLARIFICATION Suppliers may be asked to clarify their Submittal. This action shall not be construed as negotiations or any indication of intentions to award. If called upon, Supplier must respond to such requests within two business days or the timeframe set forth by the City in its request for clarification. Supplier’s failure to respond to such a request may result in rejection of its Submittal. Standard Terms & Conditions, Form No. SPEC-190A Page 6 of 19 Rev.: 12/10/2020 1.20 EVALUATION OF SUBMITTALS A. The City of Tacoma reserves the right to award to the lowest and best responsible Supplier(s) delivering a Submittal in compliance with the Solicitation, provided such Submittals are reasonable and are in the best interest of the City to accept. The City may use a number of criteria for determining award, including evaluation factors set forth in Municipal Code Section 1.06.262. Suppliers who are inexperienced or who fail to properly perform other contracts may have their submittal rejected for such cause. 1. Evaluation Factors. In addition to the factors set forth in Municipal Code Section 1.06.262, the following may be used by the City in determining the lowest and best responsible Submittal: a. Compliance with a Solicitation and with applicable City requirements, including by not limited to, the City’s Ethics Code and its Small Business Enterprise and Local Employment and Apprenticeship programs. b. Submittal prices, listed separately if requested, as well as a lump sum total (if the unit price does not compute to the extended total price, the unit price shall govern). c. The total cost to the City, including all applicable taxes, may be the basis for contract award. d. Time of delivery and/or completion of performance (delivery date(s) offered). e. Warranty terms. f. Quality of performance of previous contracts or services, including safety requirements and past compliance with the City’s Ethics Code. g. Previous and existing compliance with laws and ordinances relating to contracts or services. h. Sufficiency of financial resources. i. Quality, availability, and adaptability of the supplies or services to the particular use required. j. Ability to provide future maintenance and service on a timely basis. k. Location of nearest factory authorized warranty repair facility or parts dealership. l. Ability, capacity, experience, stability, reputation, integrity, character, judgment, technical qualifications, and skill to perform the contract or provide the services required. 2. Prompt Payment Discount. Payment discount periods of 20 calendar days or more, if offered in the submittal, will be considered in determining the apparent lowest responsible submittal. Discounts will be analyzed in context of their overall cumulative effect. a. ePayable/Credit Card Acceptance. Submittals offering ePayable/Credit card acceptance may be compared against submittals offering a prompt payment discount to evaluate the overall cumulative effect of the discount against the advantage to the City of the ePayable/Credit card acceptance, and may be considered in determining the apparent lowest responsible submittal. 3. All other elements or factors, whether or not specifically provided for in a Solicitation, which would affect the final cost to, and the benefits to be derived by, the City, may be considered in determining the award of a Contract. The final award decision will be based on the best interests of the City. 1.21 CONTRACT OBLIGATION A. The Submittal contents of the successful Supplier will become contractual obligations if a Contract ensues. B. In the event the City of Tacoma determines to award a Contract, the selected Supplier(s) may be requested to execute Additional Contract Documents. C. Supplier shall register with the City of Tacoma on the SAP Ariba Network and be enabled for transactions upon request by the City. D. Suppliers may propose amendments to City’s Contract documents or to these Terms and Conditions, but the City retains the right to accept or reject proposed amendments. E. No costs chargeable for work under the proposed Contract may be incurred before mutual acceptance and execution as directed. 1.22 AWARD The City reserves the right to award Contracts for any or all items to one or more Suppliers in the best interests of the City. Standard Terms & Conditions, Form No. SPEC-190A Page 7 of 19 Rev.: 12/10/2020 1.23 SUPPLIER'S REFUSAL TO ENTER INTO CONTRACT Any Supplier who refuses to enter into a Contract after it has been awarded to the Supplier will be in breach of the agreement to enter the Contract, and Supplier's certified or cashier’s check or bid bond, if any, shall be forfeited. 1.24 LEGAL HOLIDAYS A. The City of Tacoma observes the following holidays, which shall apply to performance of all contracts: New Year's Day January 1 Martin Luther King's Birthday 3rd Monday in January Washington's Birthday 3rd Monday in February Memorial Day Last Monday in May Independence Day July 4 Labor Day 1st Monday in September Veteran's Day November 11 Thanksgiving Day 4th Thursday of November Day after Thanksgiving 4th Friday of November Christmas Day December 25 B. When any of these holidays occur on Saturday or Sunday, the preceding Friday or the following Monday, respectively, is a legal holiday for the City of Tacoma. 1.25 CONTRACT TERM All services shall be satisfactorily completed and all deliverables provided by the termination date stated, and the Contract shall expire on said date unless mutually extended in writing by the parties. 1.26 EXTENSION OF CONTRACT Contracts shall be subject to extension at City’s sole discretion. 1.27 TERMINATION AND SUSPENSION A. Termination for Convenience 1. Supplies. The City may terminate a Contract for supplies at any time upon prior written notice to Supplier. Upon the effective date of termination specified in such notice, and payment by the City, all conforming supplies, materials, or equipment previously furnished hereunder shall become its property. 2. Services. The City may terminate a Contract for services at any time, with or without cause, by giving 10 business days written notice to Supplier. In the event of termination, all finished and unfinished work prepared by Supplier pursuant to the Contract shall be provided to the City. In the event City terminates the Contract due to the City’s own reasons and without cause due to Supplier’s actions or omissions, the City shall pay Supplier the amount due for actual work and services necessarily performed under the Contract up to the effective date of termination, not to exceed the total compensation set forth in the Contract. B. Termination for Cause. The City may terminate a Contract for either services or supplies in the event of any material breach of any of the terms and conditions of the Contract if the Supplier’s breach continues in effect after written notice of breach and 30 days to cure such breach and fails to cure such breach. C. Suspension. For either services or supplies, the City may suspend a Contract, at its sole discretion, upon three business days’ written notice to Supplier. Such notice shall indicate the anticipated period of suspension. Any reimbursement for expenses incurred due to the suspension shall be limited to Supplier’s actual expenses and shall be subject to verification. Supplier shall resume performance of services under the Contract without delay when the suspension period ends. D. Termination or suspension of a Contract by City shall not constitute a waiver of any claims or remaining rights the City may have against Supplier relative to performance under a Contract. Standard Terms & Conditions, Form No. SPEC-190A Page 8 of 19 Rev.: 12/10/2020 1.28 DEFAULT/BREACH In the event of material default or breach by Supplier on any of the conditions of a Contract, Supplier agrees that the City may, at its election, procure the goods or services from other sources, and may deduct from the unpaid balance due Supplier, or collect against the bond or security (if any), or may invoice and recover from Supplier all costs paid in excess of the price(s) set forth in the Contract. 1.29 SCOPE OF SERVICES/CONTRACT MODIFICATION Supplier agrees to diligently and completely perform the services and provide the deliverables required by a Contract. A. Supplies. The City at any time by written change order or other form of written contract amendment may make reasonable changes in the place of delivery, installation, or inspection, the method of shipment or packing, identification and ancillary matters that Supplier may accommodate without substantial additional expense. B. Services. The City shall have the right to make changes within the general scope of services and/or deliverables upon execution in writing of a change order or other written form of contract amendment. If the changes will result in additional work effort by Supplier the City agrees to reasonably compensate Supplier for such additional effort up to the maximum amount specified in the Contract or as otherwise provided by Tacoma Municipal Code. Any new services accepted by the City may be added to the Contract and/or substituted for discontinued services. New services shall meet or exceed all requirements of original award. C. Expansion Clause. A Contract may be further expanded in writing to include other related services or products normally offered by Supplier, as long as the price of such additional services or products have a profit margin equal to or less than that in place at the time of original submittal. Such additions and prices will be established in writing. New items not meeting these criteria will not be added to the Contract. Supplier profit margins are not to increase as a result any such expansion. 1.30 FEDERAL, STATE, AND MUNICIPAL LAWS AND REGULATIONS Supplier shall comply with all federal, state, municipal, and/or local laws and regulations in the performance of all terms and conditions of the Contract. Supplier shall be solely responsible for all violations of the law from any cause in connection with its performance of work under the Contract. 1.31 PREVAILING WAGES A. If federal, state, local, or any applicable law requires Supplier to pay prevailing wages in connection with a Contract, and Supplier is so notified by the City, then Supplier shall pay applicable prevailing wages. B. If applicable, a Schedule of Prevailing Wage Rates and/or the current prevailing wage determination made by the Secretary of Labor for the locality or localities where the Contract will be performed is attached and made of part of the Contract by this reference. If prevailing wages do apply to the Contract, Supplier and its subcontractors shall: 1. Be bound by and perform all transactions regarding the Contract relating to prevailing wages and the usual fringe benefits in compliance with the provisions of Chapter 39.12 RCW, as amended, the Washington State Prevailing Wage Act and/or the Davis-Bacon Act (40 U.S.C. 3141- 3144, and 3146- 3148) and the requirements of 29 C.F.R. pt. 5 as may be applicable, including the federal requirement to pay wages not less than once a week, 2. Ensure that no worker, laborer or mechanic employed in the performance of any part of the Contract shall be paid less than the prevailing rate of wage specified on that Schedule and/or specified in a wage determination made by the Secretary of Labor (unless specifically preempted by federal law, the higher of the Washington state prevailing wage or federal Davis-Bacon rate of wage must be paid)and Additionally, in compliance with applicable federal law, contractors are required to pay wages not less than once a week. 3. Immediately upon award of the Contract, contact the Department of Labor and Industries, Prevailing Wages section, Olympia, Washington and/or the federal Department of Labor, to obtain full information, forms and procedures relating to these matters. Per such procedures, a Statement of Intent to Pay Prevailing Wages and/or other or additional documentation required by applicable federal law, must be submitted by Contractor and its subcontractors to the City, in the manner requested by the City, prior to any payment by the City hereunder, and an Affidavit of Wages Paid and/or other or additional documentation required by federal law must be received or verified by the City prior to final Contract payment. Standard Terms & Conditions, Form No. SPEC-190A Page 9 of 19 Rev.: 12/10/2020 1.32 COPELAND ANTI-KICKBACK ACT For contracts subject to Davis Bacon Act the following clauses will be incorporated into the Contract: 1. Contractor. The contractor shall comply with 18 U.S.C. § 874, 40 U.S.C. § 3145, and the requirements of 29 C.F.R. pt. 3 as may be applicable, which are incorporated by reference into this contract. 2. Subcontracts. The contractor or subcontractor shall insert in any subcontracts the clause above and such other clauses as FEMA may by appropriate instructions require, and also a clause requiring the subcontractors to include these clauses in any lower tier subcontracts. The prime contractor shall be responsible for the compliance by any subcontractor or lower tier subcontractor with all of these contract clauses. 3. Breach. A breach of the contract clauses above may be grounds for termination of the contract, and for debarment as a contractor and subcontractor as provided in 29 C.F.R. § 5.12. 1.33 FEDERAL AID PROJECTS The City of Tacoma, in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, 78 Stat. 252, 42 U.S.C. 2000d to 2000d-4 and Title 49, Code of Federal Regulations, Department of Transportation, subtitle A, Office of the Secretary, part 21, nondiscrimination in federally assisted programs of the Department of Transportation issued pursuant to such Act, hereby notifies all bidders that it will affirmatively insure that in any contract entered into pursuant to this advertisement, disadvantaged business enterprises as defined at 49 CFR, part 26, will be afforded full opportunity to submit bids in response to this invitation and will not be discriminated against on the grounds of race, color, national origin, or sex in consideration for an award. 1.34 FEDERAL FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE If federal funds, including FEMA financial assistance to the City of Tacoma, will be used to fund, pay or reimburse all or a portion of the Contract, Contractor will comply with all applicable Federal law, regulations, executive orders, FEMA policies, procedures, and directives and the following clauses will be incorporated into the Contract: A. EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY. During the performance of this Contract, Contractor will not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, or national origin. The contractor will take affirmative action to ensure that applicants are employed, and that employees are treated during employment without regard to their race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, or national origin. Such action shall include, but not be limited to the following: 1. Employment, upgrading, demotion, or transfer; recruitment or recruitment advertising; layoff or termination; rates of pay or other forms of compensation; and selection for training, including apprenticeship. The contractor agrees to post in conspicuous places, available to employees and applicants for employment, notices to be provided setting forth the provisions of this nondiscrimination clause. 2. The Contractor will, in all solicitations or advertisements for employees placed by or on behalf of the Contractor; state that all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, or national origin. 3. The Contractor will not discharge or in any other manner discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because such employee or applicant has inquired about, discussed, or disclosed the compensation of the employee or applicant or another employee or applicant. This provision shall not apply to instances in which an employee who has access to the compensation information of other employees or applicants as a part of such employee's essential job functions discloses the compensation of such other employees or applicants to individuals who do not otherwise have access to such information, unless such disclosure is in response to a formal complaint or charge, in furtherance of an investigation, proceeding, hearing, or action, including an investigation conducted by the employer, or is consistent with the Contractor's legal duty to furnish information. 4. The Contractor will send to each labor union or representative of workers with which he has a collective bargaining agreement or other contract or understanding, a notice to be provided advising the said labor union or workers' representatives of the contractor's commitments under this section, and shall post copies of the notice in conspicuous places available to employees and applicants for employment. Standard Terms & Conditions, Form No. SPEC-190A Page 10 of 19 Rev.: 12/10/2020 5. The Contractor will comply with all provisions of Executive Order 11246 of September 24, 1965, and of the rules, regulations, and relevant orders of the Secretary of Labor. 6. The Contractor will comply with all provisions of Executive Order 11246 of September 24, 1965, and of the rules, regulations, and relevant orders of the Secretary of Labor. 7. In the event of the Contractor's noncompliance with the nondiscrimination clauses of this Contract or with any of the said rules, regulations, or orders, this Contract may be canceled, terminated, or suspended in whole or in part and the contractor may be declared ineligible for further Government contracts or federally assisted construction contracts in accordance with procedures authorized in Executive Order 11246 of September 24, 1965, and such other sanctions may be imposed and remedies invoked as provided in Executive Order 11246 of September 24, 1965, or by rule, regulation, or order of the Secretary of Labor, or as otherwise provided by law. 8. The Contractor will include the portion of the sentence immediately preceding paragraph (1) and the provisions of paragraphs (1) through (8) in every subcontract or purchase order unless exempted by rules, regulations, or orders of the Secretary of Labor issued pursuant to section 204 of Executive Order 11246 of September 24, 1965, so that such provisions will be binding upon each subcontractor or vendor. The Contractor will take such action with respect to any subcontract or purchase order as the administering agency may direct as a means of enforcing such provisions, including sanctions for noncompliance: Provided, however, that in the event a contractor becomes involved in, or is threatened with, litigation with a subcontractor or vendor as a result of such direction by the administering agency, the contractor may request the United States to enter into such litigation to protect the interests of the United States. B. CONTRACT WORK HOURS AND SAFETY STANDARDS ACT 1. Overtime requirements. No contractor or subcontractor contracting for any part of the contract work which may require or involve the employment of laborers or mechanics shall require or permit any such laborer or mechanic in any workweek in which he or she is employed on such work to work in excess of forty hours in such workweek unless such laborer or mechanic receives compensation at a rate not less than one and one-half times the basic rate of pay for all hours worked in excess of forty hours in such workweek. 2. Violation; liability for unpaid wages; liquidated damages. In the event of any violation of the clause set forth in paragraph (B)(1) of this section the contractor and any subcontractor responsible therefor shall be liable for the unpaid wages. In addition, such contractor and subcontractor shall be liable to the United States (in the case of work done under contract for the District of Columbia or a territory, to such District or to such territory), for liquidated damages. Such liquidated damages shall be computed with respect to each individual laborer or mechanic, including watchmen and guards, employed in violation of the clause set forth in paragraph (B)(1) of this section, in the sum of $27 for each calendar day on which such individual was required or permitted to work in excess of the standard workweek of forty hours without payment of the overtime wages required by the clause set forth in paragraph (b)(1) of this section. 3. Withholding for unpaid wages and liquidated damages. The City shall upon its own action or upon written request of an authorized representative of the Department of Labor withhold or cause to be withheld, from any moneys payable on account of work performed by the contractor or subcontractor under any such contract or any other Federal contract with the same prime contractor, or any other federally-assisted contract subject to the Contract Work Hours and Safety Standards Act, which is held by the same prime contractor, such sums as may be determined to be necessary to satisfy any liabilities of such contractor or subcontractor for unpaid wages and liquidated damages as provided in the clause set forth in paragraph (B)(2) of this section. 4. Subcontracts. The contractor or subcontractor shall insert in any subcontracts the clauses set forth in paragraph (B)(1) through (4) of this section and also a clause requiring the subcontractors to include these clauses in any lower tier subcontracts. The prime contractor shall be responsible for compliance by any subcontractor or lower tier subcontractor with the clauses set forth in paragraphs (B)(1) through (4) of this section. Standard Terms & Conditions, Form No. SPEC-190A Page 11 of 19 Rev.: 12/10/2020 C. CLEAN AIR ACT 1. Contractor agrees to comply with all applicable standards, orders or regulations issued pursuant to the Clean Air Act, as amended, 42 U.S.C. § 7401 et seq. 2. Contractor agrees to report each violation to the City and understands and agrees that the City will, in turn, report each violation as required to assure notification to the Federal Emergency Management Agency, and the appropriate Environmental Protection Agency Regional Office. 3. Contractor agrees to include these requirements in each subcontract exceeding $150,000 financed in whole or in part with Federal assistance provided by FEMA. D. FEDERAL WATER POLLUTION CONTROL ACT 1. Contractor agrees to comply with all applicable standards, orders, or regulations issued pursuant to the Federal Water Pollution Control Act, as amended, 33 U.S.C. 1251 et seq. 2. Contractor agrees to report each violation to the City and understands and agrees that the City will, in turn, report each violation as required to assure notification to the Federal Emergency Management Agency, and the appropriate Environmental Protection Agency Regional Office. 3. Contractor agrees to include these requirements in each subcontract exceeding $150,000 financed in whole or in part with Federal assistance provided by FEMA. E. DEBARMENT AND SUSPENSION 1. This Contract is a covered transaction for purposes of 2 C.F.R. pt. 180 and 2 C.F.R. pt. 3000. As such, the contractor is required to verify that none of the contractor’s principals (defined at 2 C.F.R. § 180.995) or its affiliates (defined at 2 C.F.R. § 180.905) are excluded (defined at 2 C.F.R. § 180.940) or disqualified (defined at 2 C.F.R. § 180.935). 2. Contractor must comply with 2 C.F.R. pt. 180, subpart C and2 C.F.R. pt. 3000, subpart C, and must include a requirement to comply with these regulations in any lower tier covered transaction it enters into. 3. This certification is a material representation of fact relied upon by the City. If it is later determined that the contractor did not comply with 2 C.F.R. pt. 180, subpart C and 2 C.F.R. pt. 3000, subpart C, in addition to remedies available to (insert name of recipient/subrecipient/applicant), the Federal Government may pursue available remedies, including but not limited to suspension and/or debarment. 4. Contractor agrees to comply with the requirements of 2 C.F.R. pt. 180, subpart C and 2 C.F.R. pt. 3000, subpart C while this offer is valid and throughout the period of any contract that may arise from this offer. The bidder or proposer further agrees to include a provision requiring such compliance in its lower tier covered transactions. F. BYRD ANTI-LOBBYING AMENDMENT 1. Contractors who apply or bid for an award of $100,000 or more shall file the required certification with City. Each tier certifies to the tier above that it will not and has not used Federal appropriated funds to pay any person or organization for influencing or attempting to influence an officer or employee of any agency, a Member of Congress, officer or employee of Congress, or an employee of a Member of Congress in connection with obtaining any Federal contract, grant, or any other award covered by 31 U.S.C. § 1352. Each tier shall also disclose any lobbying with non-Federal funds that takes place in connection with obtaining any Federal award. Such disclosures are forwarded from tier to tier up to the recipient who in turn will forward the certification(s) to the City. Standard Terms & Conditions, Form No. SPEC-190A Page 12 of 19 Rev.: 12/10/2020 2. If applicable, Contractor must sign and submit to the City the following certification: APPENDIX A, 44 C.F.R. PART 18 – CERTIFICATION REGARDING LOBBYING Certification for Contracts, Grants, Loans, and Cooperative Agreements The undersigned certifies, to the best of his or her knowledge and belief, that: 1. No Federal appropriated funds have been paid or will be paid, by or on behalf of the undersigned, to any person for influencing or attempting to influence an officer or employee of an agency, a Member of Congress, an officer or employee of Congress, or an employee of a Member of Congress in connection with the awarding of any Federal contract, the making of any Federal grant, the making of any Federal loan, the entering into of any cooperative agreement, and the extension, continuation, renewal, amendment, or modification of any Federal contract, grant, loan, or cooperative agreement. 2. If any funds other than Federal appropriated funds have been paid or will be paid to any person for influencing or attempting to influence an officer or employee of any agency, a Member of Congress, an officer or employee of Congress, or an employee of a Member of Congress in connection with this Federal contract, grant, loan, or cooperative agreement, the undersigned shall complete and submit Standard Form-LLL, “Disclosure Form to Report Lobbying,” in accordance with its instructions. 3. The undersigned shall require that the language of this certification be included in the award documents for all subawards at all tiers (including subcontracts, subgrants, and contracts under grants, loans, and cooperative agreements) and that all subrecipients shall certify and disclose accordingly. This certification is a material representation of fact upon which reliance was placed when this transaction was made or entered into. Submission of this certification is a prerequisite for making or entering into this transaction imposed by section 1352, title 31, U.S. Code. Any person who fails to file the required certification shall be subject to a civil penalty of not less than $10,000 and not more than $100,000 for each such failure. The Contractor, __________, certifies or affirms the truthfulness and accuracy of each statement of its certification and disclosure, if any. In addition, the Contractor understands and agrees that the provisions of 31 U.S.C. Chap.38, Administrative Remedies for False Claims and Statements, apply to this certification and disclosure, if any. ___________________________________ Signature of Contractor’s Authorized Official ___________________________________ Name and Title of Contractor’s Authorized Official ______________Date Standard Terms & Conditions, Form No. SPEC-190A Page 13 of 19 Rev.: 12/10/2020 G. PROCUREMENT OF RECOVERED MATERIALS 1. In the performance of this contract, the Contractor shall make maximum use of products containing recovered materials that are EPA-designated items unless the product cannot be acquired: a. Competitively within a timeframe providing for compliance with the contract performance schedule; b. Meeting contract performance requirements; or c. At a reasonable price. 2. Information about this requirement, along with the list of EPA- designated items, is available at EPA’s Comprehensive Procurement Guidelines web site, https://www.epa.gov/smm/comprehensive- procurement-guideline-cpg-program. 3. Contractor also agrees to comply with all other applicable requirements of Section 6002 of the Solid Waste Disposal Act. 1.35 CONTRACT PRICING A. Submitted prices shall include costs of submittal preparation, servicing of the account, all contractual requirements during contract period such as transportation, permits, insurance costs, bonds, labor, wages, materials, tools, components, equipment, and appurtenances necessary to complete the work, which shall conform to the best practice known to the trade in design, quality, material, and workmanship. B. Surcharges of any type will not be paid. C. If applicable, related additional products and corresponding services of benefit to the City not specifically required in a solicitation, but which Supplier offers to provide, may be included with the submittal. Supplier may request to add new products if the City approves them and Supplier can demonstrate the pricing is from the same pricing structure/profit margin. D. Unless specifically stated otherwise, only firm prices will be accepted and all prices shall remain firm during the term of a Contract. E. Price increases may at City’s discretion be passed along during a contract period if the increase is mandated by statute, or the result of a tariff. F. By submitting prices, Supplier warrants prices equal to or better than the equivalent prices, terms, and benefits offered by Supplier to any other government unit or commercial customer. G. Should Supplier, during the term of a Contract, enter into any other contract, agreement or arrangement that provides lower prices, more favorable terms or greater benefits to any other government unit or commercial customer, the Contract with the City shall thereupon be deemed amended to provide the same price or prices, terms and benefits to the City. This provision applies to comparable products and purchase volumes by the City that are not less than the purchase volumes of the government unit or commercial customer that has received the lower prices, greater benefits, or more favorable terms. H. If at any time during the term of the Contract, Supplier reduces prices to other buyers purchasing approximately the same quantities stated on the Contract, Supplier will immediately notify the City purchasing manager of such fact, and the price(s) for future orders under the Contract shall be reduced accordingly. I. The City is entitled to any promotional pricing during the Contract period. J. Price decreases shall be immediately passed on to the City. K. The City reserves the right to increase or decrease the quantities of any item awarded pursuant to the Contract and pay according to the unit prices quoted in the submittal with no adjustments for anticipated profit. https://www.epa.gov/smm/comprehensive-%20procurement-guideline-cpg-program Standard Terms & Conditions, Form No. SPEC-190A Page 14 of 19 Rev.: 12/10/2020 1.36 APPROVED EQUALS WHEN ALTERNATES ARE ALLOWED A. Unless an item is indicated as "no substitute," special brands, when named, are intended to describe the standard of quality, performance, or use desired. Equal items will be considered by the City, provided that Supplier specifies the brand and model, and provides all descriptive literature, independent test results, specification sheets, schematic drawings, photographs, product samples, local servicing, parts availability, etc., to enable the City to evaluate the proposed equal. Performance testing in the field may be required. B. The decision of the City as to what items are equal shall be final and conclusive. If the City elects to purchase a brand represented by Supplier to be an "equal," the City's acceptance of the item is conditioned on the City's inspection and testing after receipt. If, in the sole judgment of the City, the item is determined not to be an equal, the item shall be returned at Supplier's expense. C. When a brand name or level of quality is not stated in Supplier's submittal, it is understood Supplier's submittal shall exactly confirm with those required in the Contract. If more than one brand name is stated in a Solicitation, Supplier(s) must indicate the brand and model/part number to be supplied. 1.37 RISK OF LOSS, SHIPPING AND DELIVERY A. Shipping. Prices must be quoted FOB destination (the place of destination as defined in RCW 62A.2-319, as that statute may hereafter be amended), with freight prepaid and allowed (shipping costs included in unit prices), and risk of loss remaining with Supplier until delivery is tendered. B. Delivery. Delivery will be to the designated addresses set forth in a Solicitation or as otherwise stated in the Contract. Deliveries shall be between 9:00 a.m. and 3:30 p.m., Monday through Friday only, except Legal Holidays. Failure to make timely delivery shall be cause for termination of the contract or order and return of all or part of the items at Supplier’s expense except in the case of force majeure. 1.38 DELIVERY OF PRODUCTS AND PROVISION OF SERVICES – IDLING PROHIBITED A. The City of Tacoma has a commitment to reduction of unnecessary fuel emissions and improving air quality by reducing unnecessary air pollution from idling vehicles. Limiting car and truck idling supports cleaner air, healthier work environments, the efficient use of city resources, the public’s enjoyment of City properties and programs, conservation of natural resources, and good stewardship practices. B. Vehicles and/or diesel fuel trucks shall not idle at the time and location of the delivery to the City of Tacoma for more than three minutes. The City requires contractors to utilize practices that reduce fuel consumption and emission discharge, including turning off trucks and vehicles during delivery of products to the City. Exceptions to this requirement include when associated power is necessary to make a delivery or provide the service, when the engine is used to provide power to another device, and when a running engine is required for proper warm-up and cool-down of the engine. 1.39 PACKING SLIPS AND INVOICES A. Each invoice shall show City of Tacoma purchase order number, release number if applicable, quantity, unit of measure, item description, unit price and extended price for each line if applicable, services and deliverables provided if applicable. Line totals shall be summed to give a grand total to which sales tax shall be added, if applicable. 1. For transactions conducted in SAP Ariba, invoices shall be submitted through Ariba. 2. For invoices paid by ACH or by check, unless stated otherwise, invoices shall be electronically submitted by email with corresponding PO number listed in the subject line to accountspayable@cityoftacoma.org. 3. For invoices paid by credit card, invoices shall also display the last name of the cardholder and last four digits (only) of the card number (e.g., Jones/6311). Unless stated otherwise, invoices shall be electronically submitted by email with corresponding PO number listed in the subject line to (do not combine different POs into one invoice or charge) to pcardadmin@cityoftacoma.org. mailto:accountspayable@cityoftacoma.org mailto:pcardadmin@cityoftacoma.org Standard Terms & Conditions, Form No. SPEC-190A Page 15 of 19 Rev.: 12/10/2020 B. Any terms, provisions or language in Supplier’s invoice(s) that conflict with the terms of the Contract are superseded and shall not apply to the Contract unless expressly accepted in writing by the City. C. Packing slips and shipping notices shall be sent to the specific City Division or Department receiving the item(s) at the address stated in City’s Solicitation or as otherwise stated in the Contract and include complete description of items, contents of items if crated or cased, quantity, shipping point, carrier, bill of lading number and City of Tacoma purchase order. D. Supplier shall package orders, preferably in environmental friendly packaging such as reduced packaging and recyclable packing materials. 1.40 COOPERATIVE PURCHASING The Washington State Interlocal Cooperation Act RCW 39.34 provides that other governmental agencies may purchase goods and services based on the Contract with the City in accordance with the terms and prices of the Contract if all parties are agreeable. Each public agency shall formulate a separate contract with Supplier, incorporating the terms and conditions of the Contract with the City of Tacoma. The City shall incur no liability in connection with such contracts or purchases by other public agencies thereunder. It will be Supplier’s responsibility to inform such public agencies of the Contract with the City. Supplier shall invoice such public agencies as separate entities. 1.41 TAXES A. Unless otherwise stated, applicable federal, state, City, and local taxes shall be included in the submittal and in contract as indicated below. As used herein, the term “taxes” shall include any and all taxes, assessments, fees, charges, interest, penalties, and/or fines imposed by applicable laws and regulations in connection with the procurement of goods and/or services hereunder. 1. Federal Excise Tax. The City of Tacoma is exempt from federal excise tax. The City will furnish a Federal Excise Tax Exemption certificate, if required. If Supplier fails to include any applicable tax in its submittal, then Supplier shall be solely responsible for the payment of said tax. 2. State and Local Sales Tax. The City of Tacoma is subject to Washington state sales tax. It is Supplier's obligation to state the correct sales tax percentage and include the applicable Washington state, city and local sales tax as a separate line item(s) in the submittal. 3. City of Tacoma Business and Occupation Tax. It is Supplier's obligation to include City of Tacoma Business and Occupation tax in the unit and/or lump sum prices submitted; it shall not be shown separately on the submittal. Per Sub-Title 6A of the City of Tacoma Municipal Code, transactions with the City of Tacoma may be subject to the City’s Business and Occupation Tax. B. Any or All Other Taxes. Any or all other taxes are the responsibility of Supplier unless otherwise required by law. Except for state sales tax, Supplier acknowledges that it is responsible for the payment of all taxes applicable to the Contract and Supplier agrees to comply with all applicable laws regarding the reporting of income, maintenance of records, and all other requirements and obligations imposed pursuant to applicable law. C. If the City is assessed, made liable, or responsible in any manner for taxes contrary to the provisions of the Contract, Supplier agrees to hold the City harmless from such costs, including attorney's fees. In the event Supplier fails to pay any taxes, assessments, penalties, or fees imposed by any governmental body, including a court of law, other than those taxes the City is required to pay, then Supplier authorizes the City to deduct and withhold or pay over to the appropriate governmental body those unpaid amounts upon demand by the governmental body. It is agreed that this provision shall apply to taxes and fees imposed by City ordinance. Any such payments shall be deducted from Supplier’s total compensation. 1.42 COMPENSATION A. The City shall compensate Supplier in accordance with the Contract. Said compensation shall be the total compensation for Supplier’s performance hereunder including, but not limited to, all work, services, deliverables, materials, supplies, equipment, subcontractor’s fees and all reimbursable travel and miscellaneous or incidental expenses to be incurred by Supplier. Unless stated otherwise the total stated compensation may not be changed without a written change order or other form of contract amendment. B. Payment(s) made in accordance with the Contract shall fully compensate Supplier for all risk, loss, damages or expense of whatever nature, and acceptance of payment shall constitute a waiver of all claims submitted by Supplier. Standard Terms & Conditions, Form No. SPEC-190A Page 16 of 19 Rev.: 12/10/2020 1.43 PAYMENT TERMS A. Payment shall be made through the City’s ordinary payment process, and shall be considered timely if made within 30 days of receipt of a properly completed invoice. All payments shall be subject to adjustment for any amounts, upon audit or otherwise, determined to have been improperly invoiced. The City may withhold payment to Supplier for any services or deliverables not performed as required hereunder until such time as Supplier modifies such services or deliverables to the satisfaction of the City. B. Invoices will not be processed for payment, nor will the period of cash discount commence, until all invoiced items are received and satisfactory performance of the Contract has been attained. Upon CITY’S request, Supplier shall submit necessary and appropriate documentation, as determined by the CITY, for all invoiced services and deliverables. If an adjustment in payment is necessary due to damage or dispute, the cash discount period shall commence on the date final approval for payment is authorized. 1.44 PAYMENT METHOD – EPAYABLES – CREDIT CARD ACCEPTANCE – EFT/ACH ACCEPTANCE A. Payment methods include: 1. EPayables (Payment Plus). This is payment made via a virtual, single use VISA card number provided by the City’s commercial card provider. Suppliers accepting this option will receive “due immediately” payment terms. Two options for acceptance are available to suppliers. Both are accompanied by an emailed advice containing complete payment details: a. Straight-through processing (buyer initiated). Immediate, exact payments directly deposited to supplier accounts by the City’s provider bank; the supplier does not need to know card account details. b. Supplier retrieves card account through the secure, on-line portal provided via email notifications sent by the City’s commercial card provider. 2. Credit card. Tacoma’s VISA procurement card program is supported by standard bank credit suppliers and requires that merchants abide by the VISA merchant operating rules. It provides “due immediately” payment terms. a. Suppliers must be PCI-DSS compliant (secure credit card data management) and federal FACTA (sensitive card data display) compliant. b. Suppliers must be set up by their card processing equipment provider (merchant acquirer) as a minimum of a Level II merchant with the ability to pass along tax, shipping and merchant references information. 3. Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) by Automated Clearing House (ACH). Standard terms are net 30 for this payment method. 4. Check or other cash equivalent. Standard terms are net 30 for this payment method. B. The City’s preferred method of payment is by ePayables (Payment Plus) followed by credit card (aka procurement card). Suppliers may be required to have the capability of accepting the City’s ePayables or credit card methods of payment. The City of Tacoma will not accept price changes or pay additional fees when ePayables (Payment Plus) or credit card is used. C. The City, in its sole discretion, will determine the method of payment for goods and/or services as part of the Contract. 1.45 NOTICES Unless otherwise specified, except for routine operational communications, which may be delivered personally or transmitted by electronic mail, all notices required by the Contract shall be in writing and shall be deemed to have been duly given if delivered personally or mailed first-class mail, postage prepaid, to Supplier’s registered agent and to the applicable City department representative. Standard Terms & Conditions, Form No. SPEC-190A Page 17 of 19 Rev.: 12/10/2020 1.46 INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR STATUS A. Supplier is considered an independent contractor who shall at all times perform his/her duties and responsibilities and carry out all services as an independent contractor and shall never represent or construe his/her status to be that of an agent or employee of the City, nor shall Supplier be eligible for any employee benefits. No payroll or employment taxes or contributions of any kind shall be withheld or paid by the City with respect to payments to Supplier. Supplier shall be solely responsible for all said payroll or employment taxes and/or contributions including, but not limited to, FICA, FUTA, federal income tax, state personal income tax, state disability insurance tax and state unemployment insurance tax. If the City is assessed, made liable or responsible in any manner for such taxes or contributions, Supplier agrees to indemnify and hold the City harmless from all costs incurred, including attorney fees. B. Unless otherwise specified in writing, Supplier shall provide at its sole expense all materials, working space, and other necessities and instruments to perform its duties under the Contract. Supplier, at its sole expense, shall obtain and keep in force any and all applicable licenses, permits and tax certificates necessary to perform the Contract. 1.47 NONDISCRIMINATION Supplier agrees to take all steps necessary to comply with all federal, state, and City laws and policies regarding non-discrimination and equal employment opportunities. Supplier shall not discriminate in any employment action because of race, religion, color, national origin or ancestry, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, marital status, familial status, or the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical handicap. In the event of non-compliance by Supplier with any of the non-discrimination provisions of the Contract, the City shall be deemed to have cause to terminate the Contract, in whole or in part. 1.48 REPORTS, RIGHT TO AUDIT, PERSONNEL A. Reports. Supplier shall, at such times and in such form as the City may reasonably require, furnish the City with periodic status reports pertaining to the services undertaken or goods provided pursuant to the Contract. B. Right to Audit. Upon City’s request, Supplier shall make available to City all accounts, records and documents related to the scope of work for City’s inspection, auditing, or evaluation during normal business hours as reasonably needed by City to assess performance, compliance and/or quality assurance under the Contract or in satisfaction of City’s public disclosure obligations as applicable. C. Personnel. If before, during, or after the execution of a Contract, Supplier has represented or represents to the City that certain personnel would or will be responsible for performing services pursuant to the Contract, then Supplier is obligated to ensure that said personnel perform said Contract services to the maximum extent permitted by law. Substantial organizational or personnel changes within Supplier’s firm are expected to be communicated to City immediately. Failure to do so could result in termination of the Contract. This provision shall only be waived by written authorization by the City, and on a case-by- case basis. 1.49 INSURANCE A. During the course and performance of a Contract, Supplier will provide proof and maintain the insurance coverage in the amounts and in the manner specified in the City of Tacoma Insurance Requirements as is applicable to the services, products, and deliverables provided under the Contract. The City of Tacoma Insurance Requirements document, if issued, is fully incorporated into the Contract by reference. B. Failure by City to identify a deficiency in the insurance documentation provided by Contractor or failure of City to demand verification of coverage or compliance by Contractor with these insurance requirements shall not be construed as a waiver of Contractor’s obligation to maintain such insurance. Standard Terms & Conditions, Form No. SPEC-190A Page 18 of 19 Rev.: 12/10/2020 1.50 INDEMNIFICATION – HOLD HARMLESS A. Supplier agrees to indemnify, defend, and hold harmless the City of Tacoma, its officers, agents and employees, from and against any and all liability which may accrue to or be sustained by the City of Tacoma for any claim, suit or legal action made or brought against the City for the death of or injury to persons (including Supplier's or subcontractor's employees), or damage to property involving Supplier or subcontractor(s) and their employees or agents, or for any other cause arising out of and in connection with or incident to the performance of the Contract, except for injuries or damages caused by the sole negligence of the City. In this regard, Supplier recognizes it is waiving immunity under Industrial Insurance Law, Title 51 RCW. This indemnification includes attorney's fees and the cost of establishing the right to indemnification hereunder in favor of the City of Tacoma. By Supplier's acceptance of this order, he/she agrees that this subsection has been mutually negotiated. B. These indemnifications shall survive the termination of a Contract. 1.51 CONFLICT OF INTEREST No officer, employee, or agent of the City, nor any member of the immediate family of any such officer, employee or agent as defined by City ordinance, shall have any personal financial interest, direct or indirect, in a Contract, either in fact or in appearance. Supplier shall comply with all federal, state, and City conflict of interest laws, statutes, and regulations. Supplier represents that Supplier presently has no interest and shall not acquire any interest, direct or indirect, in the program to which the Contract pertains that would conflict in any manner or degree with the performance of Supplier’s services and obligations hereunder. Supplier further covenants that, in performance of a Contract, no person having any such interest shall be employed. Supplier also agrees that its violation of the City’s Code of Ethics contained in Chapter 1.46 of the Tacoma Municipal Code shall constitute a breach of Contract subjecting the Contract to termination. 1.52 CITY OWNERSHIP OF WORK/RIGHTS IN DATA/PUBLICATIONS A. To the extent that Supplier creates any work subject to the protections of the Copyright Act (Title 17 U.S.C.) in its performance of a Contract, Supplier agrees to the following: The work has been specially ordered and commissioned by the City. Supplier agrees that the work is a “work made for hire” for copyright purposes, with all copyrights in the work owned by City. To the extent that the work does not qualify as a work made for hire under applicable law, and to the extent that the work includes material subject to copyright, Supplier hereby assigns to City, its successors and assigns, all right, title and interest in and to the work, including but not limited to, all copyrights, patent, trade secret and other proprietary rights, and all rights, title and interest in and to any inventions and designs embodied in the work or developed during the course of Supplier’s creation of the work. B. Supplier shall be solely responsible for obtaining releases and/or licenses for the reproduction, distribution, creation of derivative works, performance, display, or other use of copyrighted materials. Should Supplier fail to obtain said releases and/or licenses, Supplier shall indemnify, defend, and hold harmless the City for any claim resulting there from. 1.53 DUTY OF CONFIDENTIALITY Supplier acknowledges that unauthorized disclosure of information or documentation concerning the Scope of Work hereunder may cause substantial economic loss or harm to the City except for disclosure of information and documents to Supplier’s employees, agents, or subcontractors who have a substantial need to know such information in connection with Supplier’s performance of obligations under the Contract. Supplier shall not, without prior written authorization by the City allow the release, dissemination, distribution, sharing, or other publication or disclosure of information or documentation obtained, discovered, shared or produced pursuant to a Contract. 1.54 DISPUTE RESOLUTION In the event of a dispute pertaining to ta Contract, the parties agree to attempt to negotiate in good faith an acceptable resolution. If a resolution cannot be negotiated, then the parties agree to submit the dispute to voluntary non-binding mediation before pursuing other remedies. This provision does not limit the City’s right to terminate. Standard Terms & Conditions, Form No. SPEC-190A Page 19 of 19 Rev.: 12/10/2020 1.55 GOVERNING LAW AND VENUE A. Washington law shall govern the interpretation of the Contract. The state or federal courts located in Pierce County Washington shall be the sole venue of any mediation, arbitration, or litigation arising out of the Contract. B. Respondents providing submittals from outside the legal jurisdiction of the United States of America will be subject to Tacoma’s City Attorney’s Office (CAO) opinion as to the viability of possible litigation pursuant to a contract resulting from this Specification. If it is the opinion of the CAO that any possible litigation would be beyond reasonable cost and/or enforcement, the submittal may be excluded from evaluation. 1.56 ASSIGNMENT Supplier shall not assign, subcontract, delegate or transfer any obligation, interest or claim to or under the Contract without the prior written consent of the City. 1.57 WAIVER A waiver or failure by either party to enforce any provision of the contract shall not be construed as a continuing waiver of such provisions, nor shall the same constitute a waiver of any other provision of the Contract. 1.58 SEVERABILITY AND SURVIVAL If any term, condition or provision herein or incorporated by reference is declared void or unenforceable or limited in its application or effect, such event shall not affect any other provisions hereof and all other provisions shall remain fully enforceable. The provisions of the Contract, which by their sense and context are reasonably intended to survive the completion, expiration or cancellation of the Contract, shall survive termination of the Contract. 1.59 NO CITY LIABILITY Neither the City, its officials, staff, agents, employees, representatives, or consultants will be liable for any claims or damages resulting from any aspect of this procurement process. 1.60 SIGNATURES A signed copy of Submittals, Contract documents, including but not limited to contract amendments, contract exhibits, task orders, statements of work and other such Contract related documents, delivered by email or other means of electronic transmission including by using a third party service, which service is provided primarily for the electronic execution of electronic records, shall be deemed to have the same legal effect as delivery of an original signed copy.

Dates

Start Date

20 Sep, 2022 (2 months ago)

Due Date

26 Sep, 2022 (2 months ago)

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Location

Country : United StatesState : Washington