Printing Services

From: Duval County Public Schools(School)
ITB-038-23/DS

Basic Details

started - 23 Aug, 2023 (6 months ago)

Start Date

23 Aug, 2023 (6 months ago)
due - 30 Jun, 2025 (in 16 months)

Due Date

30 Jun, 2025 (in 16 months)
Bid Notification

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Bid Notification
ITB-038-23/DS

Identifier

ITB-038-23/DS
Duval County Public Schools

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Duval County Public Schools
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Duval County Public Schools www.duvalschools.org Purchasing Services PH: (904) 858-4848 1701 Prudential Drive, Suite 322 FAX: (904)858-4868 Jacksonville, FL 32207 September 05, 2023 Minuteman Press PRIDE Enterprises The Drummond Press Inc RE: ITB-038-23/DS – Printing Services Dear Sir/Madam: On August 21st, 2023, the Superintendent’s designee of Duval County Public Schools approved the award of bid ITB-038-23/DS – Printing Services. This is your official notification of bid award. This award is for the period from Date of Award through June 30, 2025. In accordance with Special Condition # 21, please forward a copy of your insurance certificate. (Email and fax are both acceptable.) Purchase orders will be issued for these items as needed during the bid period. If you have any questions regarding this bid, please contact DeBowrah Stevens at (904) 858-4838 or
href="mailto:stevensd2@duvalschools.org">stevensd2@duvalschools.org . Thank you for your interest in Duval County Public Schools. Sincerely, Terrence Wright, Director DCPS Purchasing Services cc Anita Locke Master Bid File http://www.duvalschools.org/ mailto:stevensd2@duvalschools.org ITB-038-23/DS PRINTING SERVICES 06/15/2023 BID TABULATION Item Description GROUP A White Paper Color Paper White paper Color Paper White Paper Color Paper White paper Color Paper 1 20# Bond 8 1/2X11 Black & White a One (1) Sided Production per Sheet 1-50,000 copies $0.05 $0.06 ** ** $0.05470 $0.07166 $0.04 $0.473 50,001-100,000 copies $0.035 $0.045 ** ** $0.05470 $0.07166 $0.035 $0.045 100,001 - 150,000 copies $0.035 $0.045 ** ** $0.05470 $0.07166 $0.035 $0.045 150,001 -200,000 copies $0.03 $0.04 ** ** $0.05470 $0.07166 $0.03 $0.04 200,001-250,000 copies $0.03 $0.04 ** ** $0.05470 $0.07166 $0.02 $0.04 250,001 + copies $0.03 $0.04 ** ** $0.05470 $0.07166 $0.02 $0.04 b Two (2) Sided Production per Sheet 1 - 50,000 copies $0.07 $0.08 ** ** $0.08275 $0.10252 $0.045 $0.055 50,001-100,000 copies $0.05 $0.06 ** ** $0.08275 $0.10252 $0.045 $0.055 100,001 - 150,000 copies $0.045 $0.055 ** ** $0.08275 $0.10252 $0.045 $0.055 150,001 -200,000 copies $0.035 $0.055 ** ** $0.08275 $0.10252 $0.035 $0.055 200,001-250,000 copies $0.035 $0.045 ** ** $0.08275 $0.10252 $0.025 $0.045 250,001 + copies $0.035 $0.045 ** ** $0.08275 $0.10252 $0.025 $0.045 2 20# Bond 11x17 Black & White a One (1) Sided Production per Sheet 1- 50,000 copies $0.075 $0.09 ** ** $0.11042 $0.12523 $0.075 $0.08 50,001-100,000 copies $0.07 $0.075 ** ** $0.11042 $0.12523 $0.07 $0.075 100,001 - 150,000 copies $0.065 $0.07 ** ** $0.11042 $0.12523 $0.065 $0.07 150,001 -200,000 copies $0.06 $0.065 ** ** $0.11042 $0.12523 $0.06 $0.065 200,001-250,000 copies $0.05 $0.06 ** ** $0.11042 $0.12523 $0.04 $0.045 250,001 + copies $0.05 $0.06 ** ** $0.11042 $0.12523 $0.04 $0.045 b Two (2) Sided Production per Sheet 1 - 50,000 copies $0.11 $0.13 ** ** $0.16655 $0.18694 $0.09 $0.095 50,001-100,000 copies $0.09 $0.095 ** ** $0.16655 $0.18694 $0.09 $0.095 100,001 - 150,000 copies $0.085 $0.09 ** ** $0.16655 $0.18694 $0.085 $0.09 150,001 -200,000 copies $0.08 $0.085 ** ** $0.16655 $0.18694 $0.08 $0.085 200,001-250,000 copies $0.08 $0.085 ** ** $0.16655 $0.18694 $0.08 $0.085 250,001 + copies $0.08 $0.085 ** ** $0.16655 $0.18694 $0.08 $0.085 3 20# Bond 8 1/2X14 Black & White a One (1) Sided Production per Sheet 1 - 50,000 copies $0.065 $0.07 ** ** $0.07517 $0.13004 $0.08 $0.085 50,001-100,000 copies $0.06 $0.07 ** ** $0.07517 $0.13004 $0.08 $0.085 100,001 - 150,000 copies $0.055 $0.07 ** ** $0.07517 $0.13004 $0.08 $0.085 150,001 -200,000 copies $0.05 $0.07 ** ** $0.07517 $0.13004 $0.074 $0.085 200,001-250,000 copies $0.05 $0.06 ** ** $0.07517 $0.13004 $0.074 $0.079 250,001 + copies $0.05 $0.06 ** ** $0.07517 $0.13004 $0.074 $0.079 b Two (2) Sided Production per Sheet 1 - 50,000 cpoies $0.08 $0.09 ** ** $0.11352 $0.21444 $0.09 $0.095 50,001-100,000 copies $0.08 $0.09 ** ** $0.11352 $0.21444 $0.09 $0.095 100,001 - 150,000 copies $0.08 $0.085 ** ** $0.11352 $0.21444 $0.09 $0.095 150,001 -200,000 copies $0.07 $0.075 ** ** $0.11352 $0.21444 $0.08 $0.085 200,001-250,000 copies $0.07 $0.075 ** ** $0.11352 $0.21444 $0.08 $0.085 250,001 + copies $0.07 $0.075 ** ** $0.11352 $0.21444 $0.08 $0.085 4 20# Bond 8 1/2X11 Four Color a One (1) Sided Production per Sheet 1 - 50,000 copies $0.20 $0.21 ** ** $0.06500 $0.08299 $0.28 $0.29 50,001-100,000 copies $0.20 $0.21 ** ** $0.06500 $0.08299 $0.28 $0.29 100,001 - 150,000 copies $0.20 $0.21 ** ** $0.06500 $0.08299 $0.27 $0.28 150,001 -200,000 copies $0.20 $0.21 ** ** $0.06500 $0.08299 $0.26 $0.27 200,001-250,000 copies $0.20 $0.21 ** ** $0.06500 $0.08299 $0.24 $0.25 COST PER COPY COST PER COPY MINUTEMAN PRESS MORE THAN INK PRINTING PRIDE ENTERPRISES THE DRUMMOND PRESS INC COST PER COPY COST PER COPY Page 1 of 9 ITB-038-23/DS PRINTING SERVICES 06/15/2023 BID TABULATION Item Description COST PER COPY COST PER COPY MINUTEMAN PRESS MORE THAN INK PRINTING PRIDE ENTERPRISES THE DRUMMOND PRESS INC COST PER COPY COST PER COPY 250,001 + copies $0.15 $0.16 ** ** $0.06500 $0.08299 $0.22 $0.23 b Two (2) Sided Production per Sheet 1 - 1,000 copies $0.25 $0.27 ** ** $0.16962 $0.23985 $0.50 $0.51 1,001 - 5,000 copies $0.25 $0.27 ** ** $0.16962 $0.23985 $0.45 $0.46 5,001 - 10,000 copies $0.25 $0.27 ** ** $0.16962 $0.23985 $0.40 $0.41 10,001 + copies $0.25 $0.27 ** ** $0.16962 $0.23985 $0.35 $0.36 5 20# Bond 11 x 17 Four Color a One (1) Sided Production per Sheet 1 - 50,000 copies $0.28 $0.27 ** ** $0.13105 $0.14792 $0.30 $0.31 50,001-100,000 copies $0.22 $0.23 ** ** $0.13105 $0.14792 $0.30 $0.31 100,001 - 150,000 copies $0.22 $0.23 ** ** $0.13105 $0.14792 $0.30 $0.31 150,001 -200,000 copies $0.22 $0.23 ** ** $0.13105 $0.14792 $0.28 $0.29 200,001-250,000 copies $0.22 $0.23 ** ** $0.13105 $0.14792 $0.27 $0.28 250,001 + copies $0.18 $0.19 ** ** $0.13105 $0.14792 $0.27 $0.28 b Two (2) Sided Production per Sheet 1 - 50,000 copies $0.35 $0.36 ** ** $0.20780 $0.23232 $0.55 $0.56 50,001-100,000 copies $0.30 $0.31 ** ** $0.20780 $0.23232 $0.55 $0.56 100,001 - 150,000 copies $0.25 $0.26 ** ** $0.20780 $0.23232 $0.50 $0.51 150,001 -200,000 copies $0.25 $0.26 ** ** $0.20780 $0.23232 $0.485 $0.495 200,001-250,000 copies $0.20 $0.21 ** ** $0.20780 $0.23232 $0.45 $0.46 250,001 + copies $0.20 $0.21 ** ** $0.20780 $0.23232 $0.45 $0.46 6 20# Bond 8 1/2 x14 Color a One (1) Sided Production per Sheet 1 - 50,000 copies $0.25 $0.28 ** ** $0.11352 $0.13004 $0.29 $0.30 50,001-100,000 copies $0.25 $0.28 ** ** $0.11352 $0.13004 $0.29 $0.30 100,001 - 150,000 copies $0.25 $0.28 ** ** $0.11352 $0.13004 $0.29 $0.30 150,001 -200,000 copies $0.25 $0.28 ** ** $0.11352 $0.13004 $0.27 $0.28 200,001-250,000 copies $0.25 $0.27 ** ** $0.11352 $0.13004 $0.26 $0.27 250,001 + copies $0.25 $0.27 ** ** $0.11352 $0.13004 $0.26 $0.27 b Two (2) Sided Production per Sheet 1 - 50,000 copies $0.30 $0.52 ** ** $0.19027 $0.21444 $0.55 $0.56 50,001-100,000 copies $0.30 $0.52 ** ** $0.19027 $0.21444 $0.53 $0.54 100,001 - 150,000 copies $0.30 $0.52 ** ** $0.19027 $0.21444 $0.53 $0.54 150,001 -200,000 copies $0.30 $0.52 ** ** $0.19027 $0.21444 $0.52 $0.53 200,001-250,000 copies $0.30 $0.52 ** ** $0.19027 $0.21444 $0.51 $0.52 250,001 + copies $0.30 $0.52 ** ** $0.19027 $0.21444 $0.51 $0.52 TOTAL GROUP A $10.495 $12.550 $0.000 $0.000 $8.54298 $10.79064 $14.992 $16.051 GROUP B White Paper Color Paper White paper Color Paper White Paper Color Paper White Paper Color Paper 7 70# Text 8 1/2 x 11 Black & White One (1) Sided Production per Sheet a 1 - 50,000 copies $0.06 $0.07 ** ** $0.06312 $0.09982 $0.04 $0.05 50,001-100,000 copies $0.04 $0.045 ** ** $0.06312 $0.09982 $0.037 $0.047 100,001 - 150,000 copies $0.035 $0.04 ** ** $0.06312 $0.09982 $0.037 $0.047 150,001 -200,000 copies $0.035 $0.04 ** ** $0.06312 $0.09982 $0.035 $0.045 200,001-250,000 copies $0.035 $0.04 ** ** $0.06312 $0.09982 $0.035 $0.045 250,001 + copies $0.035 $0.04 ** ** $0.06312 $0.09982 $0.035 $0.045 b Two (2) Sided Production per Sheet 1 - 50,000 copies $0.07 $0.08 ** ** $0.09117 $0.11418 $0.05 $0.06 50,001-100,000 copies $0.05 $0.06 ** ** $0.09117 $0.11418 $0.05 $0.06 100,001 - 150,000 copies $0.05 $0.06 ** ** $0.09117 $0.11418 $0.05 $0.06 150,001 -200,000 copies $0.045 $0.055 ** ** $0.09117 $0.11418 $0.045 $0.055 200,001-250,000 copies $0.04 $0.05 ** ** $0.09117 $0.11418 $0.04 $0.05 250,001 + copies $0.04 $0.05 ** ** $0.09117 $0.11418 $0.04 $0.05 Page 2 of 9 ITB-038-23/DS PRINTING SERVICES 06/15/2023 BID TABULATION Item Description COST PER COPY COST PER COPY MINUTEMAN PRESS MORE THAN INK PRINTING PRIDE ENTERPRISES THE DRUMMOND PRESS INC COST PER COPY COST PER COPY 8 70# Text 11 x 17 Black & White One (1) Sided Production per Sheet 1 - 50,000 copies $0.09 $0.11 ** ** $0.15225 $0.31784 $0.08 $0.09 50,001-100,000 copies $0.07 $0.078 ** ** $0.15225 $0.31784 $0.08 $0.09 100,001 - 150,000 copies $0.07 $0.078 ** ** $0.15225 $0.31784 $0.075 $0.085 150,001 -200,000 copies $0.07 $0.078 ** ** $0.15225 $0.31784 $0.07 $0.08 200,001-250,000 copies $0.065 $0.078 ** ** $0.15225 $0.31784 $0.065 $0.075 250,001 + copies $0.065 $0.078 ** ** $0.15225 $0.31784 $0.065 $0.075 b Two (2) Sided Production per Sheet 1 - 50,000 copies $0.12 $0.13 ** ** $0.22897 $0.40224 $0.10 $0.11 50,001-100,000 copies $0.08 $0.11 ** ** $0.22897 $0.40224 $0.10 $0.11 100,001 - 150,000 copies $0.08 $0.10 ** ** $0.22897 $0.40224 $0.09 $0.10 150,001 -200,000 copies $0.08 $0.10 ** ** $0.22897 $0.40224 $0.09 $0.10 200,001-250,000 copies $0.07 $0.095 ** ** $0.22897 $0.40224 $0.085 $0.095 250,001 + copies $0.07 $0.095 ** ** $0.22897 $0.40224 $0.085 $0.095 9 70# Text 8 1/2 x 14 Black & White One (1) Sided Production per Sheet a 1 - 50,000 copies $0.07 $0.080 ** ** 0.12556 0.21956 $0.09 $0.10 50,001-100,000 copies $0.045 $0.070 ** ** 0.12556 0.21956 $0.09 $0.10 100,001 - 150,000 copies $0.04 $0.060 ** ** 0.12556 0.21956 $0.08 $0.09 200,001-250,000 copies $0.04 $0.055 ** ** 0.12556 0.21956 $0.08 $0.09 250,001 + copies $0.04 $0.055 ** ** 0.12556 0.21956 $0.08 $0.09 b Two (2) Sided Production per Sheet 1 - 50,000 copies $0.10 $0.12 ** ** $0.20232 $0.28127 $0.10 $0.11 50,001-100,000 copies $0.06 $0.07 ** ** $0.20232 $0.28127 $0.10 $0.11 100,001 - 150,000 copies $0.05 $0.065 ** ** $0.20232 $0.28127 $0.10 $0.11 150,001 -200,000 copies $0.05 $0.065 ** ** $0.20232 $0.28127 $0.09 $0.10 200,001-250,000 copies $0.05 $0.065 ** ** $0.20232 $0.28127 $0.09 $0.10 250,001 + copies $0.05 $0.065 ** ** $0.20232 $0.28127 $0.09 $0.10 10 70# Text 8 1/2 x 11 Four Color a One (1) Sided Production per Sheet 1 - 50,000 copies $0.26 $0.27 ** ** $0.07345 $0.08445 $0.30 $0.31 50,001-100,000 copies $0.26 $0.27 ** ** $0.07345 $0.08445 $0.295 $0.305 100,001 - 150,000 copies $0.26 $0.27 ** ** $0.07345 $0.08445 $0.29 $0.30 150,001 -200,000 copies $0.26 $0.27 ** ** $0.07345 $0.08445 $0.28 $0.29 200,001-250,000 copies $0.25 $0.25 ** ** $0.07345 $0.08445 $0.26 $0.27 250,001 + copies $0.25 $0.25 ** ** $0.07345 $0.08445 $0.26 $0.27 b Two (2) Sided Production per Sheet 1 - 50,000 copies $0.40 $0.45 ** ** $0.11800 $0.12859 $0.50 $0.51 50,001-100,000 copies $0.40 $0.45 ** ** $0.11800 $0.12859 $0.50 $0.51 100,001 - 150,000 copies $0.40 $0.45 ** ** $0.11800 $0.12859 $0.50 $0.51 150,001 -200,000 copies $0.40 $0.45 ** ** $0.11800 $0.12859 $0.46 $0.47 200,001-250,000 copies $0.40 $0.42 ** ** $0.11800 $0.12859 $0.45 $0.46 250,001 + copies $0.40 $0.42 ** ** $0.11800 $0.12859 $0.45 $0.46 11 70# Text 11 x 17 Four Colior a One (1) Sided Production per Sheet 1 - 50,000 copies $0.30 $0.31 ** ** $0.11387 $0.16747 $0.31 $0.32 50,001-100,000 copies $0.29 $0.31 ** ** $0.11387 $0.16747 $0.31 $0.32 100,001 - 150,000 copies $0.29 $0.31 ** ** $0.11387 $0.16747 $0.31 $0.32 150,001 -200,000 copies $0.27 $0.31 ** ** $0.11387 $0.16747 $0.29 $0.32 200,001-250,000 copies $0.26 $0.28 ** ** $0.11387 $0.16747 $0.28 $0.29 250,001 + copies $0.25 $0.27 ** ** $0.11387 $0.16747 $0.28 $0.29 b Two (2) Sided Production per Sheet Page 3 of 9 ITB-038-23/DS PRINTING SERVICES 06/15/2023 BID TABULATION Item Description COST PER COPY COST PER COPY MINUTEMAN PRESS MORE THAN INK PRINTING PRIDE ENTERPRISES THE DRUMMOND PRESS INC COST PER COPY COST PER COPY 1 - 50,000 copies $0.31 $0.55 ** ** $0.15225 $0.25187 $0.57 $0.58 50,001-100,000 copies $0.31 $0.55 ** ** $0.15225 $0.25187 $0.57 $0.58 100,001 - 150,000 copies $0.31 $0.51 ** ** $0.15225 $0.25187 $0.52 $0.53 150,001 -200,000 copies $0.31 $0.50 ** ** $0.15225 $0.25187 $0.51 $0.52 200,001-250,000 copies $0.28 $0.46 ** ** $0.15225 $0.25187 $0.47 $0.48 250,001 + copies $0.27 $0.46 ** ** $0.15225 $0.25187 $0.47 $0.48 12 70# Text 8 1/2 x 14 Four Color a One (1) Sided Production per Sheet 1 - 50,000 copies $0.26 $0.28 ** ** $0.12560 $0.13816 $0.31 $0.32 50,001-100,000 copies $0.26 $0.28 ** ** $0.12560 $0.13816 $0.31 $0.32 100,001 - 150,000 copies $0.26 $0.28 ** ** $0.12560 $0.13816 $0.31 $0.32 150,001 -200,000 copies $0.26 $0.28 ** ** $0.12560 $0.13816 $0.29 $0.30 200,001-250,000 copies $0.26 $0.28 ** ** $0.12560 $0.13816 $0.28 $0.29 250,001 + copies $0.26 $0.28 ** ** $0.12560 $0.13816 $0.28 $0.29 b Two (2) Sided Production per Sheet ** ** 1 - 50,000 copies $0.48 $0.52 ** ** $0.20232 $0.22255 $0.57 $0.58 50,001-100,000 copies $0.46 $0.52 ** ** $0.20232 $0.22255 $0.57 $0.58 100,001 - 150,000 copies $0.46 $0.51 ** ** $0.20232 $0.22255 $0.52 $0.53 150,001 -200,000 copies $0.46 $0.50 ** ** $0.20232 $0.22255 $0.51 $0.52 200,001-250,000 copies $0.46 $0.46 ** ** $0.20232 $0.22255 $0.47 $0.48 250,001 + copies $0.46 $0.46 ** ** $0.20232 $0.22255 $0.47 $0.48 TOTAL GROUP B $13.79 $16.220 $0.000 $0.000 9.76772 14.34844 $16.794 $17.524 GROUP C White Paper Color Paper White paper Color Paper White Paper Color Paper White Paper Color Paper 18 80# Cover C2S 8 1/2 x11 Black & White coated a One (1) Sided Production per Sheet 1 - 50,000 copies * * ** ** $0.17000 $0.17245 * * 50,001-100,000 copies * * ** ** $0.17000 $0.17245 * * 100,001 - 150,000 copies * * ** ** $0.17000 $0.17245 * * 150,001 -200,000 copies * * ** ** $0.17000 $0.17245 * * 200,001-250,000 copies * * ** ** $0.17000 $0.17245 * * 250,001 + copies * * ** ** $0.17000 $0.17245 * * b Two (2) Sided Production per Sheet 1 - 50,000 copies * * ** ** $0.19807 $0.20330 * * 50,001-100,000 copies * * ** ** $0.19807 $0.20330 * * 100,001 - 150,000 copies * * ** ** $0.19807 $0.20330 * * 150,001 -200,000 copies * * ** ** $0.19807 $0.20330 * * 200,001-250,000 copies * * ** ** $0.19807 $0.20330 * * 250,001 + copies * * ** ** $0.19807 $0.20330 * * 19 80# Cover C2S 11 x17 Black & White -Coated a One (1) Sided Production per Sheet 1 - 50,000 copies * * ** ** $0.31595 $0.31842 * * 50,001-100,000 copies * * ** ** $0.31595 $0.31842 * * 100,001 - 150,000 copies * * ** ** $0.31595 $0.31842 * * 150,001 -200,000 copies * * ** ** $0.31595 $0.31842 * * 200,001-250,000 copies * * ** ** $0.31595 $0.31842 * * 250,001 + copies * * ** ** $0.31595 $0.31842 * * b Two (2) Sided Production per Sheet ** ** 1 - 50,000 copies * * ** ** $0.35432 $0.36063 * * 50,001-100,000 copies * * ** ** $0.35432 $0.36063 * * 100,001 - 150,000 copies * * ** ** $0.35432 $0.36063 * * 150,001 -200,000 copies * * ** ** $0.35432 $0.36063 * * 200,001-250,000 copies * * ** ** $0.35432 $0.36063 * * Page 4 of 9 ITB-038-23/DS PRINTING SERVICES 06/15/2023 BID TABULATION Item Description COST PER COPY COST PER COPY MINUTEMAN PRESS MORE THAN INK PRINTING PRIDE ENTERPRISES THE DRUMMOND PRESS INC COST PER COPY COST PER COPY 250,001 + copies * * ** ** $0.35432 $0.36063 * * 20 Cover C2S 12 x 18 Black & White Coated a One (1) Sided Production per Sheet 1 - 50,000 copies * * ** ** $0.31595 $0.58770 * * 50,001-100,000 copies * * ** ** $0.31595 $0.58770 * * 100,001 - 150,000 copies * * ** ** $0.31595 $0.58770 * * 150,001 -200,000 copies * * ** ** $0.31595 $0.58770 * * 200,001-250,000 copies * * ** ** $0.31595 $0.58770 * * 250,001 + copies * * ** ** $0.31595 $0.58770 * * b Two (2) Sided Production per Sheet ** ** 1 - 50,000 copies * * ** ** $0.35432 $0.62991 * * 50,001-100,000 copies * * ** ** $0.35432 $0.62991 * * 100,001 - 150,000 copies * * ** ** $0.35432 $0.62991 * * 150,001 -200,000 copies * * ** ** $0.35432 $0.62991 * * 200,001-250,000 copies * * ** ** $0.35432 $0.62991 * * 250,001 + copies * * ** ** $0.35432 $0.62991 * * 21 80# Cover C2S 8 1/2 x 11 Four Color-Coated a One (1) Sided Production per Sheet ** ** 1 - 50,000 copies * * ** ** $0.18032 $0.18245 * * 50,001-100,000 copies * * ** ** $0.18032 $0.18245 * * 100,001 - 150,000 copies * * ** ** $0.18032 $0.18245 * * 150,001 -200,000 copies * * ** ** $0.18032 $0.18245 * * 200,001-250,000 copies * * ** ** $0.18032 $0.18245 * * 250,001 + copies * * ** ** $0.18032 $0.18245 * * b Two (2) Sided Production per Sheet 1 - 50,000 copies * * ** ** $0.21870 $0.22330 * * 50,001-100,000 copies * * ** ** $0.21870 $0.22330 * * 100,001 - 150,000 copies * * ** ** $0.21870 $0.22330 * * 150,001 -200,000 copies * * ** ** $0.21870 $0.22330 * * 200,001-250,000 copies * * ** ** $0.21870 $0.22330 * * 250,001 + copies * * ** ** $0.21870 $0.22330 * * 22 80# Cover C2s 11 x 17 Four Color-Coated a One (1) Sided Production per Sheet 1 - 50,000 copies * * ** ** $0.31595 $0.36093 * * 50,001-100,000 copies * * ** ** $0.31595 $0.36093 * * 100,001 - 150,000 copies * * ** ** $0.31595 $0.36093 * * 150,001 -200,000 copies * * ** ** $0.31595 $0.36093 * * 200,001-250,000 copies * * ** ** $0.31595 $0.36093 * * 250,001 + copies * * ** ** $0.31595 $0.36093 * * b Two (2) Sided Production per Sheet 1 - 50,000 copies * * * * $0.35432 $0.44536 * * 50,001-100,000 copies * * * * $0.35432 $0.44536 * * 100,001 - 150,000 copies * * * * $0.35432 $0.44536 * * 150,001 -200,000 copies * * * * $0.35432 $0.44536 * * 200,001-250,000 copies * * * * $0.35432 $0.44536 * * 250,001 + copies * * * * $0.35432 $0.44536 * * 23 80# Cover C2S 12 X 18 Four Color-Coated a One (1) Sided Production per Sheet 1 - 50,000 copies * * ** ** $0.33032 $0.36817 * * 50,001-100,000 copies * * ** ** $0.33032 $0.36817 * * 100,001 - 150,000 copies * * ** ** $0.33032 $0.36817 * * 150,001 -200,000 copies * * ** ** $0.33032 $0.36817 * * 200,001-250,000 copies * * ** ** $0.33032 $0.36817 * * Page 5 of 9 ITB-038-23/DS PRINTING SERVICES 06/15/2023 BID TABULATION Item Description COST PER COPY COST PER COPY MINUTEMAN PRESS MORE THAN INK PRINTING PRIDE ENTERPRISES THE DRUMMOND PRESS INC COST PER COPY COST PER COPY 250,001 + copies * * ** ** $0.33032 $0.36817 * * b Two (2) Sided Production per Sheet 1 - 50,000 copies * * ** ** $0.37042 $0.45427 * * 50,001-100,000 copies * * ** ** $0.37042 $0.45427 * * 100,001 - 150,000 copies * * ** ** $0.37042 $0.45427 * * 150,001 -200,000 copies * * ** ** $0.37042 $0.45427 * * 200,001-250,000 copies * * ** ** $0.37042 $0.45427 * * 250,001 + copies * * ** ** $0.37042 $0.45427 * * 24 80# Cover 8 1/2 x 11 Black & White Uncoated a One (1) Sided Production per Sheet ** ** * * 1 - 50,000 copies * * ** ** $0.23970 $0.25245 * * 50,001-100,000 copies * * ** ** $0.23970 $0.25245 * * 100,001 - 150,000 copies * * ** ** $0.23970 $0.25245 * * 150,001 -200,000 copies * * ** ** $0.23970 $0.25245 * * 200,001-250,000 copies * * ** ** $0.23970 $0.25245 * * 250,001 + copies * * ** ** $0.23970 $0.25245 * * b Two (2) Sided Production per Sheet 1 - 50,000 copies * * ** ** $0.26775 $0.27520 * * 50,001-100,000 copies * * ** ** $0.26775 $0.27520 * * 100,001 - 150,000 copies * * ** ** $0.26775 $0.27520 * * 150,001 -200,000 copies * * ** ** $0.26775 $0.27520 * * 200,001-250,000 copies * * ** ** $0.26775 $0.27520 * * 250,001 + copies * * ** ** $0.26775 $0.27520 * * 25 80# Cover 11 x 17 Black & White-Uncoated a One (1) Sided Production per Sheet 1 - 50,000 copies * * ** ** $0.31842 $0.49290 * * 50,001-100,000 copies * * ** ** $0.31842 $0.49290 * * 100,001 - 150,000 copies * * ** ** $0.31842 $0.49290 * * 150,001 -200,000 copies * * ** ** $0.31842 $0.49290 * * 200,001-250,000 copies * * ** ** $0.31842 $0.49290 * * 250,001 + copies * * ** ** $0.31842 $0.49290 * * b Two (2) Sided Production per Sheet 1 - 50,000 copies * * ** ** $0.36063 $0.56962 * * 50,001-100,000 copies * * ** ** $0.36063 $0.56962 * * 100,001 - 150,000 copies * * ** ** $0.36063 $0.56962 * * 150,001 -200,000 copies * * ** ** $0.36063 $0.56962 * * 200,001-250,000 copies * * ** ** $0.36063 $0.56962 * * 250,001 + copies * * ** ** $0.36063 $0.56962 * * 26 80# Cover 12 x 18 Black & White Uncoated a One (1) Sided Production per Sheet ** ** 1 - 50,000 copies * * ** ** $0.50275 $0.58770 * * 50,001-100,000 copies * * ** ** $0.50275 $0.58770 * * 100,001 - 150,000 copies * * ** ** $0.50275 $0.58770 * * 150,001 -200,000 copies * * ** ** $0.50275 $0.58770 * * 200,001-250,000 copies * * ** ** $0.50275 $0.58770 * * 250,001 + copies * * ** ** $0.50275 $0.58770 * * b Two (2) Sided Production per Sheet 1 - 50,000 copies * * ** ** $0.56962 $0.62991 * * 50,001-100,000 copies * * ** ** $0.56962 $0.62991 * * 100,001 - 150,000 copies * * ** ** $0.56962 $0.62991 * * 150,001 -200,000 copies * * ** ** $0.56962 $0.62991 * * 200,001-250,000 copies * * ** ** $0.56962 $0.62991 * * 250,001 + copies * * ** ** $0.56962 $0.62991 * * Page 6 of 9 ITB-038-23/DS PRINTING SERVICES 06/15/2023 BID TABULATION Item Description COST PER COPY COST PER COPY MINUTEMAN PRESS MORE THAN INK PRINTING PRIDE ENTERPRISES THE DRUMMOND PRESS INC COST PER COPY COST PER COPY 27 80# Cover 8 1/2 x 11 Four Color Uncoated a One (1) Sided Production per Sheet 1 - 50,000 copies * * ** ** $0.18381 $0.25030 * * 50,001-100,000 copies * * ** ** $0.18381 $0.25030 * * 100,001 - 150,000 copies * * ** ** $0.18381 $0.25030 * * 150,001 -200,000 copies * * ** ** $0.18381 $0.25030 * * 200,001-250,000 copies * * ** ** $0.18381 $0.25030 * * 250,001 + copies * * ** ** $0.18381 $0.25030 * * b Two (2) Sided Production per Sheet * * 1 - 50,000 copies * * ** ** $0.22599 $0.28865 * * 50,001-100,000 copies * * ** ** $0.22599 $0.28865 * * 100,001 - 150,000 copies * * ** ** $0.22599 $0.28865 * * 150,001 -200,000 copies * * ** ** $0.22599 $0.28865 * * 200,001-250,000 copies * * ** ** $0.22599 $0.28865 * * 250,001 + copies * * ** ** $0.22599 $0.28865 * * TOTAL GROUP C $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $36.88386 $45.92172 $0.00 $0.00 GROUP D White Paper Color Paper White paper Color Paper White Paper Color Paper White paper Color Paper 28 110# Index 8 1/2 x 11 Black & White-coated a One (1) Sided Production per Sheet 1 - 50,000 copies * * ** ** $0.53720 $0.60838 $0.24 $0.29 50,001-100,000 copies * * ** ** $0.53720 $0.60838 $0.24 $0.29 100,001 - 150,000 copies * * ** ** $0.53720 $0.60838 $0.24 $0.29 150,001 -200,000 copies * * ** ** $0.53720 $0.60838 $0.24 $0.29 200,001-250,000 copies * * ** ** $0.53720 $0.60838 $0.24 $0.29 250,001 + copies * * ** ** $0.53720 $0.60838 $0.24 $0.29 b Two (2) Sided Production per Sheet 1 - 50,000 copies * * ** ** $0.60540 $0.68340 $0.38 $0.43 50,001-100,000 copies * * ** ** $0.60540 $0.68340 $0.38 $0.43 100,001 - 150,000 copies * * ** ** $0.60540 $0.68340 $0.38 $0.43 150,001 -200,000 copies * * ** ** $0.60540 $0.68340 $0.37 $0.42 200,001-250,000 copies * * ** ** $0.60540 $0.68340 $0.37 $0.42 250,001 + copies * * ** ** $0.60540 $0.68340 $0.37 $0.42 29 110# Index 11 x 17 Black & White-coated a One (1) Sided Production per Sheet White Paper Color Paper White paper Color Paper White Paper Color Paper White paper Color Paper 1 - 50,000 copies * * ** ** $0.31670 $0.35711 $0.47 $0.52 50,001-100,000 copies * * ** ** $0.31670 $0.35711 $0.47 $0.52 100,001 - 150,000 copies * * ** ** $0.31670 $0.35711 $0.47 $0.52 150,001 -200,000 copies * * ** ** $0.31670 $0.35711 $0.45 $0.50 200,001-250,000 copies * * ** ** $0.31670 $0.35711 $0.45 $0.50 250,001 + copies * * ** ** $0.31670 $0.35711 $0.45 $0.50 b Two (2) Sided Production per Sheet 1 - 50,000 copies * * ** ** $0.37115 $0.41701 $0.68 $0.73 50,001-100,000 copies * * ** ** $0.37115 $0.41701 $0.68 $0.73 100,001 - 150,000 copies * * ** ** $0.37115 $0.41701 $0.68 $0.73 150,001 -200,000 copies * * ** ** $0.37115 $0.41701 $0.65 $0.70 200,001-250,000 copies * * ** ** $0.37115 $0.41701 $0.65 $0.70 250,001 + copies * * ** ** $0.37115 $0.41701 $0.65 $0.70 30 110# Index 8 1/2 x 11 Black & White-Uncoated a One (1) Sided Production per Sheet 1 - 50,000 copies * * ** ** $0.49250 $0.58465 $0.24 $0.29 50,001-100,000 copies * * ** ** $0.49250 $0.58465 $0.24 $0.29 100,001 - 150,000 copies * * ** ** $0.49250 $0.58465 $0.24 $0.29 150,001 -200,000 copies * * ** ** $0.49250 $0.58465 $0.24 $0.29 Page 7 of 9 ITB-038-23/DS PRINTING SERVICES 06/15/2023 BID TABULATION Item Description COST PER COPY COST PER COPY MINUTEMAN PRESS MORE THAN INK PRINTING PRIDE ENTERPRISES THE DRUMMOND PRESS INC COST PER COPY COST PER COPY 200,001-250,000 copies * * ** ** $0.49250 $0.58465 $0.24 $0.29 250,001 + copies * * ** ** $0.49250 $0.58465 $0.24 $0.29 b Two (2) Sided Production per Sheet * * ** ** 1 - 50,000 copies * * ** ** $0.57790 $0.65315 $0.38 $0.43 50,001-100,000 copies * * ** ** $0.57790 $0.65315 $0.38 $0.43 100,001 - 150,000 copies * * ** ** $0.57790 $0.65315 $0.38 $0.43 150,001 -200,000 copies * * ** ** $0.57790 $0.65315 $0.37 $0.42 200,001-250,000 copies * * ** ** $0.57790 $0.65315 $0.37 $0.42 250,001 + copies * * ** ** $0.57790 $0.65315 $0.37 $0.42 31 110# Index 11 x 17 Black & White-Uncoated * * ** ** a One (1) Sided Production per Sheet * * ** ** 1 - 50,000 copies * * ** ** $0.28920 $0.32686 $0.47 $0.52 50,001-100,000 copies * * ** ** $0.28920 $0.32686 $0.47 $0.52 100,001 - 150,000 copies * * ** ** $0.28920 $0.32686 $0.47 $0.52 150,001 -200,000 copies * * ** ** $0.28920 $0.32686 $0.47 $0.50 200,001-250,000 copies * * ** ** $0.28920 $0.32686 $0.45 $0.50 250,001 + copies * * ** ** $0.28920 $0.32686 $0.45 $0.50 b Two (2) Sided Production per Sheet * * ** ** 1 - 50,000 copies * * ** ** $0.34365 $0.38676 $0.68 $0.73 50,001-100,000 copies * * ** ** $0.34365 $0.38676 $0.68 $0.73 100,001 - 150,000 copies * * ** ** $0.34365 $0.38676 $0.68 $0.73 150,001 -200,000 copies * * ** ** $0.34365 $0.38676 $0.65 $0.70 200,001-250,000 copies * * ** ** $0.34365 $0.38676 $0.65 $0.70 250,001 + copies * * ** ** $0.34365 $0.38676 $0.65 $0.70 TOTAL GROUP D $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $21.20220 $24.10392 $20.90 $23.28 GROUP E 32 Folding per sheet 1 - 1,000 copies 1,001-5,000 copies 5,001-10,000 copies 10,001 +copies 33 Stapling - 1 staple 1-500 copies 501 -1000 copies 1001 - 1500 copies 1501 + copies 34 Stapling - 2 Staple 1 - 500 copies 501 - 1000 copies 1001-1500 copies 1501 + copies 35 TRIMMING PER 1000 SHEETS CUT 36 Plastic Coil Binding 1/4" Each 37 Plastic Coil Binding 1/2" Each 38 Plastic Coil Binding 3/4" Each 39 Plastic Coil Binding 1" Each 40 Comb binding 1/4" Each 41 Comb binding 1/2" Each 42 Comb binding 3/4" Each 43 Comb binding 1" Each 44 Spiral binding 1/4" Each 45 Spiral binding 1/2" Each 46 Spiral binding 3/4" Each $0.015 $0.015 $0.015 $0.015 $0.015 $0.015 $0.015 $0.015 $1.00 $1.10 $1.20 $1.25 $1.35 $1.50 $0.15 $0.10 $0.10 $0.10 $3.50 $1.75 $1.85 $1.00 $1.10 $1.20 ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** * $0.04 * $0.02 * $0.02 * $0.05 * $0.05 * $0.05 * $0.015 * $0.05 * $0.10 * $0.10 * $1.00 * $0.15 * $0.10 * $1.25 * $1.35 * $1.50 * $1.00 * $1.10 * $1.20 * $1.10 * $1.20 * $1.75 * $1.85 * $1.00 Page 8 of 9 ITB-038-23/DS PRINTING SERVICES 06/15/2023 BID TABULATION Item Description COST PER COPY COST PER COPY MINUTEMAN PRESS MORE THAN INK PRINTING PRIDE ENTERPRISES THE DRUMMOND PRESS INC COST PER COPY COST PER COPY 47 Spiral binding 1" Each 48 Wire binding 1/4" Each 49 Wire binding 1/2" Each 50 Wire binding 3/4" Each 51 Wire binding 1" Each 52 Three (3) Hole punching 1-500 copies 501+ copies 53 Perfect Bind 1-500 copies 501+ copies 54 Perfect Bind with wrap cover 1-500 copies 501+copies 55 Laminating (per square foot) 56 Cost for inserting sheet(s) 57 Slip Sheet TOTAL GROUP E Grand Tolal item 1 (include white and color paper though 57 * Group C - Minuteman Press and The Drummond Press did not bid on all items in group; group can only be evaluated/awarded if all items are bid. Group D - Minuteman Press did not bid on all items in group; group can only be evaluated/awarded if all items are bid. Group E - Pride Enterprises did not bid on all items in group; group can only be evaluated/awarded if all items are bid. Prepared by: Cammie Wise Verified by: DeBowrah Stevens ** More Than Ink Printing did not use bid proposal form and bid items were not all in correct order; inability to understand bid made it not evaluated. Date: 07/03/2023 Award = Primary Award Alternate Awardee Note: Per SC # 3, Award is made by group, with groups A & B officially awardded. Primary awardee is noted and two alternate awardees. Groups C, D & E not officially awarded, but pricing for groups C, D & E are a part of contract for awarded vendors in the order of award (primary first, then alternate awardees) $85.605 $0.04 $1.50 $1.25 $1.50 $1.50 $1.60 $0.02 $32.55 $0.75 $1.50 $0.75 $2.00 $0.02 $1.70 $0.05 ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** $0.000 $0.00 ** ** ** ** ** * $1.25 * $1.70 * $0.10 * $1.50 * $1.50 * $1.60 * $0.75 * $1.50 * $0.10 * $1.50 * $0.02 $0.00 $29.925 $171.56148 $134.466 * $0.75 * $1.60 * $0.01 Page 9 of 9 Addendum No. 2 ITB-038-23/DS ADDENDUM NO. 2 Information Only www.duvalschools.org/purchasing Issue Date: June 02, 2023 Phone: 904-858-4838 Buyer: DeBowrah Stevens Bid Number: ITB-038-23/DS Bid Title: Printing Services Term of Bid: July 1, 2023 through June 30, 2025 with renewal options. Opening: Purpose: Thursday, June 01, 2023, June 08, 2023 June 15, 2023 at 2:00 pm. Bids may be submitted prior to bid opening deadline. Bids received prior to this date and time will be opened in the Conference Room on bid deadline, and may not be withdrawn for 120 days after bid opening. All bids received after the specified date and time will be returned unopened. To answer questions received by the May 19th deadline as outlined in special condition # 6, and to extend opening date due to the delay in the Questions and Answers addendum being distributed and clarification on lines occurring which may affect bids submitted. http://www.duvalschools.org/purchasing Addendum No. 2 ITB-038-23/DS 1. Question: Could you please provide us with clarification in reference to Lines #24- 27 on pages 36-37 of the BID PROPOSAL FORM, concerning the 80# Covers specifications requiring it to be Uncoated or Coated. The C2S in these Lines suggest the paper to be Coated 2 Sides and the referenced Line specifications are requesting uncoated. Answer: C2S in the description for lines 24-27 appears to be a typo as it relates to lines 24-27. These items are only referencing uncoated. The 24-27 lines should read as follows: Line 24 – 80# Cover 8 1⁄2 x 11 Black & White – Uncoated Line 25 – 80# Cover 11 x 17 Black & White – Uncoated Line 26 – 80# Cover 12 x 18 Black & White – Uncoated Line 27 – 80# Cover 8 1⁄2 x 11 Four Color – Uncoated 2. Question: Are Lines #28-29, which are to be black & white, Coated the same as Lines 30-31? Answer: Lines 28-29 should be listed as coated, so that description remains the same, but lines 30-31 are uncoated. The 30-31 lines should read as follows: Line 30 – 110# Index 8 1⁄2 x 11 Black & White - Uncoated Line 31 – 110# Index 11 x 17 Black & White – Uncoated 3. Question: Are Lines #30-31 to be bid with black & white or four-color print? Answer: Lines 30-31 are to be bid with black & white. 4. Question: What is the annual or monthly spend on this contract? Answer: That is undetermined at this time. Addendum No. 2 ITB-038-23/DS 5. Question: Do you have any examples of or specifications for typical jobs? Answer: Yes, the following are specifications requested for a “Summer Boost_Grade 6 Math” workbook. The quantity requested for this workbook was 980. Copy Specifications: • Bound • Black & White • Cover Page (Page 1 of each file) • Remaining pages double-sided The pages requested are attached to this addendum as “Attachment A.” Grade 6 Math Workbook Attachment A Name Hands-On Standards Math Mini-Lessons hand2mind.com102 © h a nd 2m in d , I nc . Order of Operations1Numbers and OperationsLesson Use Color Tiles to model each expression. Write expressions for the models. Circle the model that shows 4 + (6 × 5) = 34. Using Color Tiles, model the expression using the order of operations. Sketch the model and write the answer. Use the order of operations to find each answer. 1. 2. 8 + 5 × 3 3. 6 + 4 × 3 6. 7 × 5 – 10 4. 4 × 2 + 10 7. 6 ÷ 2 + 4 5. 9 × 2 ÷ 6 8. 3 × 4 + 9 Challenge! Write the sequence of the order of operations. Show an expression where the answer is different when you use the order of operations compared to working from left to right. Show an expression where the answer is the same both ways, and explain why. Name Hands-On Standards Math Mini-Lessons hand2mind.com 103 © h a nd 2m in d , I nc . Evaluate Expressions to Add and Subtract2 Numbers and Operations Lesson Use Snap Cubes® to simplify each expression. 1. (9 + 10) – 2 3. 6 + (4 + 3) 5. [16 – (5 – 1)] + 13 7. 14 – [(6 + 8) – 7] 9. [(2 + 4) – (12 – 7)] + 9 2. 8 – (11 – 6) 4. 12 – (8 + 4) 6. 19 – [(6 + 4) – 6] 8. 11 + [14 – (8 + 3)] – 6 10. 14 – {9 + 1 + [3 + 4 – (5 – 2)]} Challenge! Lucia says that 4 – (3 + 1) = 2. Is she correct? Explain why or why not. Name Hands-On Standards Math Mini-Lessons hand2mind.com104 © h a nd 2m in d , I nc . Use Parentheses and Brackets3 Numbers and Operations Lesson Use Color Tiles to build the model. Evaluate the expression. Evaluate each expression. Using Color Tiles, model the expression. Evaluate the expression. 1. 3 × (5 + 4) = 2. 4 × (6 + 3) = 4. 2 × (9 + 1) = 6. 8 + (3 × 4) = 8. 5 × [8 – (9 – 4)] = 3. 3 × [8 – (4 + 2)] = 5. 8 × (7 – 2) + 12 = 7. 3 × [5 + (8 – 3)] = 9. 4 + [12 – (4 + 2)] = Challenge! Using one set of parentheses, make the expression 7 + 5 × 3 + 8 equal to 44. Name Hands-On Standards Math Mini-Lessons hand2mind.com 105 © h a nd 2m in d , I nc . Numerical Expressions and Operational Words4 Numbers and Operations Lesson Write the expression in words. Write the expression in numbers. Match each expression to how to say it in words. 1. 7 × (2 + 5) 3. 15 + 6 – 12 4. 8 + (14 – 10) 5. 19 × (12 ÷ 4) 6. 16 – 4 × 2 7. 18 ÷ (2 + 6) 8. (14 – 2) × (6 + 18) a. The difference between fourteen and two, multiplied by the sum of six and eighteen b. The product of nineteen and the quotient of twelve and four c. Twelve less than the sum of fifteen and six d. Eighteen divided by the sum of two and six e. The difference between sixteen and the product of four and two f. Eight more than the difference between fourteen and ten 2. Six divided by the difference between five and three Challenge! Joey writes 12 ÷ (6 – 2) as “twelve divided by six minus two.” Does the expression in words make sense? Explain your reasoning. Name Hands-On Standards Math Mini-Lessons hand2mind.com106 © h a nd 2m in d , I nc . Graph Number Patterns5Numbers and OperationsLesson Function Tables Recording Sheet x y x y x y x y Name Hands-On Standards Math Mini-Lessons hand2mind.com 107 © h a nd 2m in d , I nc . Graph Number Patterns5Numbers and OperationsLesson Complete the number pattern for y. Use an XY Coordinate Pegboard to plot the ordered pairs. Complete the number patterns for x and y. Graph the ordered pairs. 1. 2. x y 0 0 2 4 4 8 6 Rule: Multiply by 2 x y 2 5 Rule: Add 3 0 10 11 12 13 14 15 166 82 3 5 9741 10 6 8 2 3 5 9 7 4 1 Challenge! Starting with (0, 0), make an x-y function table using the rule multiply by 2 and add 1. Graph the ordered pairs on grid paper and describe the relationship between corresponding terms. Name Hands-On Standards Math Mini-Lessons hand2mind.com108 © h a nd 2m in d , I nc . Base Ten Blocks Workmat Multi-Digit Multiplication6Number and OperationsLesson Name Hands-On Standards Math Mini-Lessons hand2mind.com 109 © h a nd 2m in d , I nc . Multi-Digit Multiplication6Number and OperationsLesson Use Base Ten Blocks to model the following exercises. Multiply. 1. A teacher is using Base Ten Blocks to model the following multiplication: 15 × 37. The model is shown. What is the product? 2. 81 × 62 4. 21 × 32 6. 102 × 51 8. 42 × 882 5. 71 × 27 3. 40 × 38 7. 304 × 62 9. 617 × 54 Challenge! A student is modeling a multiplication problem using Base Ten Blocks. She places 2 rods and 7 units on the top of a workmat. On the left side of the workmat she places 1 flat, 4 rods, and 1 unit. Write the problem she is modeling, and find the answer. Name Hands-On Standards Math Mini-Lessons hand2mind.com110 © h a nd 2m in d , I nc . Multi-Digit Multiplication Word Problems7 Number and Operations Lesson Use Snap Cubes® to model the problem and answer the question. 1. A bus travels 13 miles each day. How many miles does it travel in 12 days? 2. There are 104 keys on a laptop. How many keys are on 50 laptops? 4. A company donates 649 boxes of pencils to a school. There are 24 pencils in each box. How many pencils did the company donate? 3. Sally buys a pack of 45 spiral notebooks. Each notebook has 206 pages. How many sheets of paper are there in all? 5. The teacher in a classroom gives each student a 275 mL juice box during break. There are 23 students in the class. If the teacher poured the same amount of juice into cups from a bottle instead, what size bottle would the teacher need? Use the bar model to determine which operation to use. Solve. Solve. Challenge! Two students are solving this problem: A carpenter uses 32 nails to build a wooden chest. How many nails does she need to make 238 chests? Max says that the carpenter needs 1,190 nails, but Frank says that she would need 7,616 nails. Who is incorrect? why? Each cube represents 13 miles. 104 ... 104 ? 50 laptops 206 ... 206 ? 45 spiral notebooks Name Hands-On Standards Math Mini-Lessons hand2mind.com 111 © h a nd 2m in d , I nc . Find and Explain Quotients 8Number and OperationsLesson Use Build-a-Grid to model and solve. 1. A soccer league has 121 players. Each team has 11 players. How many teams are in the league? Write the equation that represents the problem. 2. A group of 12 friends rent a boat for an afternoon. The boat rental costs $108. If they split the cost equally, how much does each friend owe? Write the equation that represents the problem. 3. A group of 16 students makes muffins for a bake sale. Each student makes the same number of muffins. They make 192 muffins in all. How many muffins does each student make? Write the equation that represents the problem. 4. Jason is arranging centerpieces for a party. He has 288 roses, and he needs to make 18 centerpieces. How many roses can he put in each centerpiece? Write the equation that represents the problem. Challenge! Ruth has 18 boxes with 14 toys in each box. She takes 5 toys out of one box and redistributes the remaining toys among 13 boxes. How many toys are in each box? Explain your answer. Name Hands-On Standards Math Mini-Lessons hand2mind.com112 © h a nd 2m in d , I nc . Multiplication and Division Relationships 9 Number and Operations Lesson Use Build-a-Grid to model. Complete the equation that represents the problem and the related equations. 1. A school has a mural of tiles painted by students. If the mural is 10 tiles high and 11 tiles wide, how many tiles are in the mural? 3. Martha’s bedroom is 210 square feet. If it is 14 feet long, what is its width? 2. A piece of land measures 132 square miles. If the length is 12 miles, what is the width? 4. A box of crackers has 12 servings. Each serving is 16 crackers. How many crackers are in the box? Challenge! Pilar calculates the product of 17 times 24. She says that in the multiplication equation, the factors can be in any order, so she can put 24 in any position in the related division equation. Is this correct? Explain. Write equations to represent the problem. 10 × 11 = × = ÷ 10 = ÷ = 210 ÷ 14 = ÷ = 14 × = × = 132 ÷ 12 = ÷ = 12 × = × = 12 × 16 = × = ÷ 12 = ÷ = Name Hands-On Standards Math Mini-Lessons hand2mind.com 117 © h a nd 2m in d , I nc . Read and Write Decimals 13Number and OperationsLesson Use Place Value Disks to model each number. Write each number and its expanded notation. 1. 2. ThousandthsHundredthsTenthsOnesTens ThousandthsHundredthsTenthsOnesTens Number: Number: Expanded notation: Expanded notation: 3. Using Place Value Disks, complete the table. Numeral Name Expanded Form 1.346 4 × 10 + 2 × 1 + 8 × 0.1 + 5 × 0.01 + 7 × 0.001 Six hundred twenty- nine thousandths Challenge! Joey’s teacher asks him to write the number 14.058 in expanded notation. Joey wrote 1 × 10 + 4 × 1 + 5 × 0.1 + 8 × 0.01. Is Joey right or wrong? Explain. Name Hands-On Standards Math Mini-Lessons hand2mind.com118 © h a nd 2m in d , I nc . Compare Decimals14Number and OperationsLesson Use Place Value Disks to model and compare the decimals. Write , >, or = in the circle. 1. 1.528 1.614 2. 0.271 0.983 ThousandthsHundredthsTenthsOnesTens ThousandthsHundredthsTenthsOnesTens Use Place Value Disks to model and compare the decimals. Write , >, or = in the circle. 3. 2.976 2.022 4. 1.592 0.975 5. 0.218 0.294 Challenge! Bill, Kat, and Terry want to see how far they can run in one minute. Bill runs 0.185 miles, Kat runs 0.2 miles, and Terry runs 0.125 miles. Order the names of the runners by their distances from least to greatest. Name Hands-On Standards Math Mini-Lessons hand2mind.com 119 © h a nd 2m in d , I nc . Use the Base Ten Blocks and Place Value Chart to model the problem. Round to the nearest tenth. Using Base Ten Blocks, model each problem. 1. Seth’s average running speed is 7.45 miles per hour. He wants to enter a race. On the race entry form, he has to enter his average speed to the nearest tenth. What should he enter? 2. Round 1.42 to the nearest tenth. 3. Round 4.89 to the nearest tenth. 4. Meredith’s average goals per soccer match is 1.46. A sports magazine lists the soccer players’ average goals to the nearest tenth. How will her goals be listed? goals per soccer match Round Decimals to the Nearest Tenth15 Number and Operations Lesson HundredthsTenthsOnes Challenge! Clyde and Leah want to combine their money. They have no paper, pencils, or calculators, so they solve the problem mentally by rounding. Clyde has $2.68 and Leah has $3.49. Clyde rounds both amounts to the nearest dollar and then adds them. Leah rounds the amounts to the nearest 10 cents and adds them. Which rounding attempt most accurately describes their combined total? Name Hands-On Standards Math Mini-Lessons hand2mind.com120 © h a nd 2m in d , I nc . Round Decimals Using Place Value16 Number and Operations Lesson Use Base Ten Blocks to build the model. Round the decimal to the specified place. Using Base Ten Blocks, model the number and round to the specified place. Round to the nearest tenth. 1. Round 0.154 to the nearest hundredth: 3. Round 0.357 to the nearest tenth: 4. Round 0.089 to the nearest hundredth: 2. Round 0.237 to the nearest tenth: Challenge! How would you round a number to the nearest thousandth? Use the number 12.7348 to explain your answer. 5. 0.099 8. 0.673 6. 0.825 9. 0.176 7. 0.111 10. 0.099 Round to the nearest hundredth. Name Hands-On Standards Math Mini-Lessons hand2mind.com122 © h a nd 2m in d , I nc . Add and Subtract Decimals18Number and OperationsLesson Use Base Ten Blocks to model each decimal. Let a rod equal 1 and a unit equal 0.1. Fill in the blanks with decimals. Find the sum or difference. Using Base Ten Blocks, model each pair of decimals using a rod to equal 1. Find the sum or difference. 1. + + = units 2. – – = units 3. 0.3 + 1.2 4. 1.3 – 0.6 Find each sum or difference. 5. 0.8 + 0.3 6. 0.8 – 0.4 7. 1.7 – 0.2 8. 0.3 + 0.8 + 0.5 9. 0.8 – 0.7 10. 1.6 – 0.9 Challenge! Show a different model for Problem 5 that uses the same numbers and has the same sum. What property does your model demonstrate? Can you apply this property to Problem 10? Explain your answer. Name Hands-On Standards Math Mini-Lessons hand2mind.com 123 © h a nd 2m in d , I nc . Add and Subtract Tenths and Hundredths19 Number and Operations Lesson Use Base Ten Blocks to model each sum or difference. Let the flat equal 1 whole. Write and complete the number sentence for each model. Using Base Ten Blocks, model each sum or difference. Write the sum or difference. 3. 1.78 + 2.53 4. 3.16 – 0.86 5. 0.16 + 2.27 6. 4.12 – 1.24 7. 1.94 + 2.08 8. 2.56 – 0.76 Find each sum or difference. Use Base Ten Blocks to help you solve. Challenge! Describe any exchanges you made with the Base Ten Blocks to find the difference for Problem 8. Draw a picture to help. 1. + 2. – Name Hands-On Standards Math Mini-Lessons hand2mind.com124 © h a nd 2m in d , I nc . Multiply and Divide Decimals20 Number and Operations Lesson Let the flat represent a whole (1). Use Base Ten Blocks to model multiplication of decimals. Write a number sentence to show the product. Let the flat represent a whole (1). Use Base Ten Blocks to model division by 3. Write a number sentence to show the quotient. 3. 2.56 ÷ 2 4. 1.32 × 4 5. 0.48 × 3 6. 6.39 ÷ 3 7. 5.08 ÷ 4 8. 4.22 × 2 Find each product or quotient. 1. 2. Challenge! Describe what you did differently in Problems 1 and 2. Name Hands-On Standards Math Mini-Lessons hand2mind.com 125 © h a nd 2m in d , I nc . Add and Subtract Fractions1 Use Rainbow Fraction® Circles to model and solve each problem. Find each sum or difference. 1. 4 _ 8 – 1 _ 2 = 2. 1 _ 8 + 1 _ 4 + 1 _ 2 = 3. 1 _ 2 – ( 1 _ 6 + 1 _ 3 ) = 5. 1 _ 2 + 3 _ 8 = 7. 11 _ 12 – 1 _ 4 – 1 _ 3 = 9. 1 _ 6 + 1 _ 2 + 1 _ 3 = 6. 7 _ 8 – 1 _ 2 – 1 _ 4 = 4. 1 _ 5 + 1 _ 2 + 1 _ 10 = 8. 10 _ 12 – ( 3 _ 6 + 2 _ 12 ) = 10. 9 _ 10 – 2 _ 5 = Challenge! Rosie subtracted 1 _ 4 from 5 _ 8 and got an answer of 3 _ 8 . How can Rosie use addition to check her answer? Fractions Lesson Name Hands-On Standards Math Mini-Lessons hand2mind.com126 © h a nd 2m in d , I nc . Fraction Word Problems: Addition and Subtraction2 Use Cuisenaire® Rods to model and solve the problems below. 1. A puppy weighs 1 _ 2 pound when he is born. After a week he gains 1 _ 4 pound. The following week he loses 1 _ 8 pound. How much does the puppy weigh? 2. Miguel takes 7 _ 8 of his money with him to the store. He spends 1 _ 2 of his money on clothes and 1 _ 4 of his money on food. How much of his money does he have left when he leaves the store? 3. Justin and his two friends order a pizza. Justin eats 1 _ 4 of the pizza, Juan eats 1 _ 12 of the pizza, and Melissa eats 1 _ 3 of the pizza. How much pizza do they eat altogether? 4. Alicia has 5 _ 8 of an hour to spend on her homework before leaving for soccer practice. She needs 1 _ 2 hour to finish her math and 1 _ 8 hour to finish her writing. Can she finish in time? Challenge! Rami needs 7 _ 8 foot of wood to make a shelf. He finds a 1 _ 4 -foot piece and a 1 _ 2 -foot piece. How much more wood does Rami need? Fractions Lesson 1 2 1 8 1 4 Addendum No. 1 ITB-038-23/DS ADDENDUM NO. 1 Information Only www.duvalschools.org/purchasing Issue Date: May 26, 2023 Phone: 904-858-4838 Buyer: DeBowrah Stevens Bid Number: ITB-038-23/DS Bid Title: Printing Services Term of Bid: July 1, 2023 through June 30, 2025 with renewal options. Opening: Thursday, June 01, 2023, June 08, 2023 at 2:00 pm. Bids may be submitted prior to bid opening deadline. Bids received prior to this date and time will be opened in the Conference Room on bid deadline, and may not be withdrawn for 120 days after bid opening. All bids received after the specified date and time will be returned unopened. Purpose: To extend opening date due to a Questions and Answers addendum not yet being distributed. http://www.duvalschools.org/purchasing INVITATION TO BID www.duvalschools.org/purchasing May 01, 2023 Buyer: DeBowrah Stevens Phone: 904-858-4838 Bid Number: ITB-038-23/DS Bid Title: PRINTING SERVICES Term of Bid: July 1, 2023 through June 30, 2025 with renewal options. Opening: Thursday, June 1, 2023 at 2:00 p.m. Bids may be submitted prior to bid opening deadline. Bids received prior to this date and time will be opened in the Conference Room on bid deadline, and may not be withdrawn for 120 days after bid opening. All bids received after the specified date and time will be returned unopened. Submit Bid To: DCPS Purchasing Services /1701 Prudential Drive Room 322/Jacksonville FL 32207 Special Requirements: None BIDDER ACKNOWLEDGEMENT This form must be completed, returned, and include an original signature for bid to be considered. By signing below, I attest that I have acquainted myself with the general conditions, special conditions and specifications of this bid, and agree to comply with them all. I certify that I am authorized to obligate on behalf of the bidder and that the address shown on this form is the company’s principal place of business. Bid documents shall be submitted in a sealed envelope clearly marked with this bid number, opening date and time. Legal Name of Firm: Mailing Address: City, State, Zip Code: Telephone: Toll Free: Fax: Email Address: Internet URL: Federal ID # or SS #: Duns #: If you are a certified minority, state certifying agency: Payments will be made in accordance with Florida Statute 218. Form of Payment accepted: Credit Card (see Special Condition #26) Initial Delivery can be made within calendar days after receipt of order. Addenda through received. (if applicable) Original Manual Signature of Authorized Representative: Printed/Typed Name of Authorized Representative: Title: Date: http://www.duvalschools.org/dcps http://www.duvalschools.org/purchasing http://www.duvalschools.org/dcps� NOTICE TO BIDDERS The State of Florida has amended Chapters 283.35 and 287.084, Florida Statutes effective July 1, 2012. These amendments require political subdivisions of the state (with the exception of counties or municipalities) to give local preference in making purchases of printing services or personal property through a competitive solicitation process. Therefore, bidders who indicate on the Bidder Acknowledgement Form that their principal place of business is outside of the State of Florida shall also complete and submit with their bid the enclosed Opinion of Out-Of-State Bidder’s Attorney on Bidding Preferences. Failure of an out-of-state bidder to submit the completed form will render their bid non-responsive. LOCAL PREFERENCE: When the lowest bid is submitted by a firm whose principal place of business is outside of the State of Florida, a minimum five percent (5%) preference shall be given to bids submitted by firms whose principal place of business is within the State of Florida. If the state or political subdivision within which the out-of-state firm has its principal place of business maintains a local preference, the preference given to bidders from the State of Florida shall be of an equal percentage. OPINION OF OUT-OF-STATE BIDDER’S ATTORNEY ON BIDDING PREFERENCES (To be completed by the Attorney for any Bidder who is Out-of-State as indicated on the Bidder Acknowledgement Form. Failure of an Out-of-State Bidder to submit this form will render their bid non-responsive.) NOTICE: Section 287.084(2), Fla. Stat., provides that “a vendor whose principal place of business is outside this state must accompany any written bid, proposal, or reply documents with a written opinion of an attorney at law licensed to practice law in that foreign state, as to the preferences, if any or none, granted by the law of that state [or political subdivision thereof] to its own business entities whose principal places of business are in that foreign state in the letting of any or all public contracts.” See below and see also s. 287.084(1), Fla. Stat. LEGAL OPINION ABOUT STATE BIDDING PREFERENCES (Please Select One) ______ The bidder’s principal place of business is in the State of ________________ and it is my legal opinion that the laws of that state do not grant a preference in the letting of any or all public contracts to business entities whose principal places of business are in that state. ______ The bidder’s principal place of business is in the State of ________________ and it is my legal opinion that the laws of that state grant the following preference(s) in the letting of any or all public contracts to business entities whose principal places of business are in that state: [Please describe applicable preference(s) and identify applicable state law(s)]: ____________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ LEGAL OPINION ABOUT POLITICAL SUBDIVISION BIDDING PREFERENCES (Please Select One) ______ The bidder’s principal place of business is in the political subdivision of ________________ and it is my legal opinion that the laws of that political subdivision do not grant a preference in the letting of any or all public contracts to business entities whose principal places of business are in that political subdivision. ______ The bidder’s principal place of business is in the political subdivision of ________________ and the laws of that political subdivision grant the following preference(s) in the letting of any or all public contracts to business entities whose principal places of business are in that political subdivision: [Please describe applicable preference(s) and identify applicable authority granting the preference(s)]: ________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________ Signature of out-of-state bidder’s attorney: _________________________________________________ Printed name of out-of-state bidder’s attorney: _______________________________________________ Address of out-of-state bidder’s attorney: ___________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________ Telephone Number of out-of-state bidder’s attorney: (_____) _____ - _________ Email address of out-of-state bidder’s attorney: _____________________________________________ Attorney’s states of bar admission: _______________________________________________________ IMPORTANT: Include with your bid the written legal opinion of the attorney licensed to practice law in the out-of-state jurisdiction, as required by s. 287.084(2), Fla. Stat. Such opinion should permit DCPS’s reliance on such attorney’s opinion for purposes of complying with s. 287.084(2), Fla. Stat. GENERAL CONDITIONS 1. RESERVATIONS: Duval County Public Schools reserves the right to reject any or all bids or any part thereof and/or waive informalities if such action is deemed in the best interest of Duval County Public Schools. Duval County Public Schools reserves the right to cancel any contract, if in its opinion, there be a failure at any time to perform adequately the stipulations of this invitation to bid, and general conditions and specifications which are attached and made part of this bid, or in any case of any attempt to willfully impose upon Duval County Public Schools materials or products or workmanship which is, in the opinion of Duval County Public Schools, of an unacceptable quality. Any action taken in pursuance of this latter stipulation shall not affect or impair any rights or claim of Duval County Public Schools to damages for the breach of any covenants of the contract by the contractor. Duval County Public Schools also reserves the right to reject the bid of any bidder who has previously failed to perform adequately after having once been awarded a prior bid for furnishing materials similar in nature to those materials mentioned in this bid. Should the contractor fail to comply with the conditions of this contract or fail to complete the required work or furnish the required materials within the time stipulated in the contract, Duval County Public Schools reserves the right to purchase in the open market, or to complete the required work, at the expense of the contractor or by recourse to provisions of the faithful performance bond if such bond is required under the conditions of this bid. Should the contractor fail to furnish any item or items, or to complete the required work included in this contract, Duval County Public Schools reserves the right to withdraw such items or required work from the operation of this contract without incurring further liabilities on the part of Duval County Public Schools thereby. SHOULD ANY BIDDER HAVE ANY QUESTIONS AS TO THE INTENT OF MEANING OF ANY PART OF THIS BID HE/SHE SHOULD CONTACT THE BUYER IN TIME TO RECEIVE A WRITTEN REPLY BEFORE SUBMITTING HIS/HER BID. All items furnished must be completely new, and free from defects unless specified otherwise. No others will be accepted under the terms and intent of this bid. 2. QUOTATIONS: No bidder will be allowed to offer more than one price on each item even though he/she may feel that he/she has two or more types or styles that will meet specifications. Bidders must determine for themselves which to offer. IF SAID BIDDER SHOULD SUBMIT MORE THAN ONE PRICE ON ANY ITEM, ALL PRICES FOR THAT ITEM WILL BE REJECTED AT THE DISCRETION OF THE DIRECTOR OF PURCHASING. 3. TAXES: Duval County Public Schools is exempt from the following taxes: (a) State of Florida Sales Tax by Certificate No. 85-801-3988912C-0. 4. CARTAGE: No charge will be allowed for cartage or packages unless by special agreement. 5. OR ACCEPTABLE SUBSTITUTION: Even though a particular manufacturer’s name or brand is specified, bids will be considered on other brands or on the product of other manufacturers. On all such bids the bidder shall indicate clearly the product (brand and model number) on which he/she is bidding, and shall supply a sample or sufficient data in detail to enable an informed comparison to be made with the particular brand or manufacturer specified. All samples shall be submitted in accordance with procedures outlined in paragraph on SAMPLES. Catalog cuts and technical descriptive data shall be attached to the original copy of the bid where applicable. Failure to submit the above information may be sufficient grounds for rejection of bid. 6. DEVIATIONS FROM SPECIFICATIONS: In addition to the requirements of paragraph 5, all deviations from the specifications must be noted in detail by the bidder, in writing, at the time of submittal of the formal bid. The absence of a written list of specification deviations at the time of submittal of the bid will hold the bidder strictly accountable to Duval County Public Schools to the specifications as written. Any deviation from the specifications as written not previously submitted, as required by the above, will be grounds for rejection of the material and or equipment when delivered. 7. DATA REQUIRED TO BE SUBMITTED WITH REFERENCE TO BID: a. Whenever the specifications indicate a product of a particular manufacture, model, or brand in the absence of any statement to the contrary by the bidder, the bid will be interpreted as being for the exact brand, model, or manufacture specified, together with all accessories, qualities, tolerances, composition, etc., enumerated in the detailed specifications. b. If no particular brand, model or make is specified, and if no data is required to be submitted with the bid, the successful contractor, after award and before manufacture or shipment, may be required to submit working drawings or detailed descriptive data sufficient to enable Duval County Public Schools to judge if each requirement of the specifications is being met. 8. SAMPLES: The samples submitted by bidders on items which they have received an award may be retained by Duval County Public Schools until the delivery of contracted items is completed and accepted. Bidders whose samples are retained may remove them after delivery is accepted. Sample on which bidders are unsuccessful must be removed as soon as possible after award has been made on the item or items for which the samples have been submitted. Duval County Public Schools will not be responsible for such samples if not removed by the bidder within 30 days after the award has been made. Duval County Public Schools reserves the right to consume any or all samples for testing purposes. Bidders shall make all arrangements for delivery of samples to place designated as well as the removal of samples. Cost of delivery and removal of samples shall be borne by the bidder. All sample packages shall be marked “Sample for Purchasing Services” and each sample shall bear the name of the bidder, item number, bid number and shall be carefully tagged or marked in a substantial manner. Failure to the bidder to clearly identify samples as indicated may be considered sufficient reason for rejection of bid. 9. PERFORMANCE BOND: The successful bidder on this bid must furnish a performance bond if indicated on the bid cover, made out to Duval County Public Schools, prepared on an approved form, as security for the faithful performance of his/her contract within ten days of his/her notification that his/her bid has been accepted. The surety thereon must be such surety company or companies as are authorized and licensed to transact business in the State of Florida. Attorneys in fact who sign bid bonds must file with each bond a certified copy of their power of attorney to sign said bonds. The successful bidder or bidders upon failure or refusal to furnish within ten days after his/her notification the required performance bond, shall pay to Duval County Public Schools as liquidated damages for each failure or refusal an amount in cash equal to the security deposited with his/her bid. 10. GUARANTEE: The contractor shall unconditionally guarantee the materials and workmanship on all equipment furnished by him/her for a period of one year from date of acceptance of the items delivered and installed, unless otherwise specified herein. If, within the guarantee period, any defects or signs of deterioration are noted, which, in the opinion of Duval County Public Schools are due to faulty design and installation, workmanship, or materials, upon ratification, the contractor, at his/her expense, shall repair or adjust the equipment or parts to correct the condition, or he/she shall replace the part or entire unit to the complete satisfaction of Duval County Public Schools. These repairs, replacements or adjustments shall be made only at such times as will be designated by Duval County Public Schools as least detrimental to the operation of Duval County Public Schools business. 11. DISCOUNTS: all discounts to be included in bid price. 12. COLLUSION: the bidder, by affixing his/her signature to this proposal, agrees to the following: bidder certifies that this bid is made without any previous understanding, agreement or connection with any person, firm, or corporation making a bid for the same items; and is in all respects fair, without outside control, collusion, fraud or otherwise illegal action. 13. ERRORS IN BIDS: Bidders or their authorized representatives are expected to fully inform themselves as to the conditions, requirements and specifications before submitting bids; failure to do so will be at the bidder’s own risk and he/she cannot secure relief on the plea of error. Neither law nor regulations make allowance for errors either of omission or commission on the part of bidders. In case of error in extension of prices in the bid, the unit price shall govern. 14. All bid responses are to be submitted in typewritten form or submitted in ink. Responses received in pencil will not be accepted. 15. LOCAL PREFERENCE: When the lowest bid for printing services or for personal property is submitted by a firm whose principal place of business is outside of the State of Florida, a minimum five percent (5%) preference shall be given to bids submitted by firms whose principal place of business is within the State of Florida. If the state or political subdivision within which the out-of-state firm has its principal place of business maintains a local preference, the preference given to bidders from the State of Florida shall be of an equal percentage. Bid No. ITB-038-23/DS CONFLICT OF INTEREST CERTIFICATE Bidder must execute either Section I or Section II hereunder relative to Florida Statute 112.313(12). Failure to execute either section may result in rejection of this bid proposal. SECTION I I hereby certify that no official or employee of Duval County Public Schools requiring the goods or services described in these specifications has a material financial interest in this company. ________________________________ ________________________________ Signature Company Name ________________________________ ________________________________ Name of Official (Type or print) Business Address ________________________________ City, State, Zip Code SECTION II I hereby certify that the following named Duval County Public Schools official(s) and employee(s) having material financial interest(s) (in excess of 5%) in this company have filed Conflict of Interest Statements with the Supervisor of Elections, 105 East Monroe Street, Jacksonville, Duval County, Florida, prior to bid opening. Name Title or Position Date of Filing ___________________________ ______________________ ___________________ ___________________________ ______________________ ___________________ _________________________________ ________________________________ Signature Company Name _________________________________ ________________________________ Print Name of Certifying Official Business Address ________________________________ City, State, Zip Code SUBMISSION OF BIDS Bids must be submitted prior to the time set for opening. Bids are to be delivered to Duval County Public Schools, Purchasing Services, 1701 Prudential Dr., Suite 322, Jacksonville, Florida 32207. Bidders are fully responsible for delivery of bids. Reliance upon mail or public carrier is at the bidder’s risk. Late bids are not considered and will be returned unopened. Official time, for the purpose of bid opening, will be calibrated using http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/results.html?query=jacksonville. ********* NOTE ********* Bid documents shall be submitted in a sealed envelope clearly marked with the bid number as found on the Bidder Acknowledgement page, opening date and time. Failure to do so will result in your bid being returned unopened. Faxed or e-mailed bids will not be accepted. BID OPENING PROCEDURES Bids will be opened publicly in the Conference Room at 2:00 p.m. Prices will be read upon the request of bidder(s) in attendance. Pricing read during bid opening, is for informational purposes only. Prices will be verified during the bid evaluation process. Arrangements may be made to review bid documents at a later date. AWARD RECOMMENDATION AND BID TABULATION For Award Recommendation, refer to Special Condition titled “Posting of Bid Recommendation”. Bid Tabulation will be posted on the web after contract award has been made. www.duvalschools.org/purchasing or www.demandstar.com Bid results or award recommendations will not be given by telephone. POSTING OF BID TABULATIONS Bid tabulations will be posted at Duval County Public Schools, Purchasing Services Department, 1701 Prudential Dr., Suite 322, Jacksonville, FL 32207. Awarded vendors will receive an official Notification of Award letter after the Board has taken action. http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/results.html?query=jacksonville http://www.duvalschools.org/purchasing http://www.demandstar.com/ FEDERAL REGULATORY COMPLIANCE STATEMENT The purpose of this document is to assure compliance by the Contractor (defined as any individual or company who agrees to provide materials or services at a specified price) to those certain clauses, provisions and requirements as described by applicable Federal Regulations, which apply to any resulting agreement between The School Board of Duval County, Florida (the “District”) and the Contractor. By signature, the individual executing this statement attests that he/she possesses authority to obligate the contracting firm and agrees to comply with all clauses, provisions and requirements as described below throughout the term of the agreement. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1. The Contractor agrees to allow reasonable access by the District, the Federal granting agency, the Comptroller General of the United States or any of their duly authorized representatives to the Contractor’s books, documents, papers and records which are directly pertinent to the contract for the purpose of making audit, examination, excerpts and transcriptions. 2. The Contractor agrees to maintain all records related to this agreement for a period of three years after the final payment for the agreement and after all other matters are closed. 3. The Contractor affirms that it is equal opportunity and affirmative action employer and shall comply with all applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations including, but not limited to: Executive Order 11246 as amended by 11375 and 12086; 12138; 11625; 11758; 12073; the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended; the Vietnam Era Veterans Readjustment Assistance Act of 1975; Civil Rights Act of 1964; Equal Pay Act of 1963; Age Discrimination Act of 1967; Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986; Public Law 95-507; the Americans with Disabilities Act; 41 CFR Part 60 and any additions or amendments thereto. 4. The Contractor agrees to a provision for non-appropriations, whereby the contract will terminate if sufficient funds are not appropriated in any given fiscal year to allow the District to sustain the cost (if applicable). 5. The Contractor agrees to properly complete and submit to the District a federal debarment certification form for each renewal year of the Contract, if renewals apply. 6. The Contractor agrees to properly complete and submit to the District a non-collusion affidavit 7. The Contractor agrees to properly complete and submit to the District a federal drug free workplace certification form. 8. The Contractor agrees the District may terminate the contract at any time for any reason. If terminated for cause, the Contractor agrees the District may seek remedies for damages, if applicable. 9. The Contractor agrees to comply with all applicable environmental standards, orders or requirements. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- CONTRACTOR: ______ PRINT NAME OF AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE: ______ SIGNATURE OF AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE: ___________________ TITLE: DRUG FREE WORKPLACE CERTIFICATION I hereby swear or affirm that this company has established a drug-free workplace program by completing the following requirements: 1) Published a statement notifying employees that the unlawful manufacture, distribution, dispensing, possession or use of a controlled substance is prohibited in the workplace and specifying the actions that will be taken against employees for violations of such prohibition. 2) Informed employees about the dangers of drug abuse in the workplace, the business’s policy of maintaining a drug-free workplace, any available drug counseling, rehabilitation and employee assistance programs and the penalties that may be imposed upon employees for drug abuse violations. 3) Given each employee engaged in providing the commodities or contractual services that are under bid a copy of the statement specified in subsection (1). 4) In the statement specified in subsection (1), notified the employees that, as a condition of working on the commodities or contractual services that are under bid, the employee will abide by the terms of the statement and will notify the employer of any conviction of, or plea of guilty or nolo contendere to, any violation of Chapter 893 or of any controlled substance law of the United States or any state, for a violation occurring in the workplace no later than five (5) days after such conviction 5) Imposed a sanction on, or required the satisfactory participation in a drug abuse assistance or rehabilitation program if such is available in the employee’s community, by any employee who is so convicted. 6) Make a good faith effort to continue to maintain a drug-free workplace through implementation of this section. As the person authorized to sign the statement, I certify that this firm complies fully with the above requirements. I understand that false certification of a drug- free workplace is a violation of Florida Statutes 287.087. _________________________________________ VENDOR’S SIGNATURE/DATE _________________________________________ COMPANY NAME CERTIFICATION REGARDING DEBARMENT, SUSPENSION, AND OTHER RESPONSIBILITY MATTERS This certification is required by the regulations implementing Executive Order 12549, Debarment and Suspension, 13 CFR Part 145. 1. The Contractor (or subcontractor) certifies to the best of its knowledge and belief that it and its principals: A. Are not presently debarred, suspended, proposed for debarment, declared ineligible, or voluntarily excluded by any Federal Department or Agency from doing business with the Federal Government. B. Have not within a three-year period preceding this contract have been convicted of or had a civil judgment rendered against them for commission of fraud or a criminal offense in connection with obtaining, attempting to obtain, or performing a public (Federal, State or local) transaction or contract under a public transaction; violation of Federal or State antitrust statutes or commission of embezzlement, theft, forgery, bribery, falsification or destruction of records, making false statements, or receiving stolen property. C. Are not presently indicted for or otherwise criminally or civilly charged by a governmental entity (Federal, State or local) with commission of any of the offenses enumerated in paragraph 1.B. above of this certification. D. Have not within a three-year period preceding this contract had one or more public transactions (Federal, State or local) terminated for cause or default. 2. Where the Contractor is unable to certify to any of the statements above in this certification, such Contractor shall attach an explanation to this Certification. ___________________________________________ Contractor’s SIGNATURE/DATE ___________________________________________ NAME/TITLE OF AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE ___________________________________________ Name of COMPANY INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPLETION OF NON-COLLUSION AFFIDAVIT 1. This Non-Collusion Affidavit is material to any contract awarded utilizing federal funds. 2. This Non-Collusion Affidavit shall be executed by the member, officer, or employee of the offering firm who makes the final decision on prices and the amount(s) quoted in the proposal. 3. Proposal rigging and other efforts to restrain competition and the making of false sworn statements in connection with the submission of offers are unlawful and may be subject to criminal prosecution. The person who signs the Affidavit shall examine it carefully before signing and assure himself or herself that each statement is true and accurate, making diligent inquiry, as necessary, of all other persons employed by or associated with the respondent with responsibilities for the preparation, approval or submission of the offer. 4. In the case of an offer submitted by a joint venture, each party to the venture must be identified in the proposal documents, and an Affidavit must be submitted separately on behalf of each party. 5. The term “complementary offer” as used in the Affidavit has the meaning commonly associated with that term in the solicitation process, and includes the knowing submission of offers higher than the offer of another firm, an intentionally high or noncompetitive offer, and any other form of an offer submitted for the purpose of giving a false appearance of competition. 6. Failure to file a completed Affidavit in compliance with these instructions will result in disqualification of the offer. NON-COLLUSION AFFIDAVIT State of FLORIDA County of DUVAL I state that I am the of , a , and I am authorized to execute this affidavit on behalf of my firm, its owners, directors, and officers. I am the person responsible in my firm for the price(s), guarantees and the total financial commitment represented in the firm’s offer. I hereby attest that: (1) The price(s) and amount(s) in the offer have been arrived at independently and without consultation, communication or agreement with any other contractor, respondent, or potential respondent. (2) Neither the price(s) nor the amount(s) of the offer, and neither the approximate price(s) nor approximate amount(s) of the offer, have been disclosed to any other firm or person who is a respondent or potential respondent, nor were they disclosed prior to opening of offers. (3) The offer from my firm is made in good faith and no attempt has been made to induce any firm or person to refrain from submitting an offer, or to submit an offer higher than our offer, or to submit any intentionally high or noncompetitive offer or other form of complementary offer. (4) , its affiliates, subsidiaries, officers, directors, employees are not currently under investigation by any governmental agency and have not in the last three years been convicted or found liable for any act prohibited by State or Federal law in any jurisdiction, involving conspiracy or collusion with respect to bidding, proposing or offering on any public contract, except as follows: I attest that , understands and acknowledges that the above representations are material and important, and will be relied on by The School Board of Duval County, Florida, in awarding the contract for which this offer is submitted. I understand and my firm understands that any misstatement in this affidavit is and shall be treated as fraudulent concealment from The School Board of Duval County, Florida, of the true facts relating to submission of offers for this contract. (Signature) (Date) Protests Arising From The Contract Solicitation or Award Process This section implements section 120.57(3), Florida Statutes and Chapter 28-110, Florida Administrative Code. 1) School District's Notice of Decision or Intended Decision. Pursuant to section 120.57(3), Florida Statutes, the Director of Purchasing shall post notice of a Decision or Intended Decision concerning a solicitation or contract award arising out of the contract solicitation or award process by electronic posting. “Electronic posting” or “electronically post” means the noticing of solicitations, agency decisions or intended decisions, or other matters relating to procurement on a centralized Internet website designated for this purpose. This notice shall contain the following statement: "Failure to file a protest within the time prescribed in section 120.57(3), Florida Statutes, or failure to post a bond or other security, as may be required by law, within the time allowed for filing a bond shall constitute a waiver of proceedings under Chapter 120, Florida Statutes." 2) Notice of Protest. In a contract procurement process, any person who is adversely affected by the agency Decision or Intended Decision and intends to protest the Decision or Intended Decision, shall file a notice of protest in writing with the school district’s Agency Clerk (Executive Director, Office of Policy and Compliance) within seventy-two (72) hours after the posting of the notice of Decision or Intended Decision. With respect to a protest of the terms, conditions, and specifications contained in a solicitation, including any provisions governing the methods for ranking bids, proposals, or replies, awarding contracts, reserving rights of further negotiation, or modifying or amending any contract, the notice of protest shall be filed with the Agency Clerk in writing within seventy-two (72) hours after the posting of the solicitation. i. A notice of protest should not be filed before the seventy-two (72) hour period begins. The seventy-two (72) hour period begins upon posting of the Decision or Intended Decision. ii. The notice of protest must be actually received by the Agency Clerk before the seventy-two (72) hour period expires. The seventy-two (72) hour period excludes Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays when the school district’s administrative office is closed. The seventy-two (72) hour period is not extended by service of the notice of protest by mail. Failure to timely file a notice of protest shall constitute a waiver of proceedings under this section and section 120.57(3), Florida Statutes. iii. The notice of protest shall identify the procurement by number and title or any other language that will clearly enable the Agency Clerk to identify it; and it shall state that the person intends to protest the decision. 3) Formal Written Protest. The protester shall file a formal written protest with the Agency Clerk within ten (10) days after the date the notice of protest is filed. Failure to timely file the formal written protest shall constitute a waiver of proceedings under this Policy and section 120.57(3), Florida Statutes. The ten (10) day period for filing the petition is not extended by service of the petition by mail. i. The formal written protest shall: A. state with particularity the facts and law upon which the protest is based; B. contain all the information specified in Rule 28-106.201(2), Florida Administrative Code and Rule 28-106.301(2), Florida Administrative Code; and C. be substantially in the form of a petition set forth in Rule 28-110.004(2), Florida Administrative Code, naming "The School Board of Duval County, Florida" as the Respondent. ii. Pursuant to Rule 28-110.004(1), Florida Administrative Code, if the formal written protest is filed in proper form within the seventy-two (72) hour period for filing a notice of protest, the formal written protest will also constitute the notice of protest, and all-time limits applicable to a notice of protest are waived and the time limits relative to formal written protests shall apply. iii. Posting the Bond. The party protesting the bid specification or recommended award shall be required to post a bond in a form consistent with Rule 28-110.005(2), Florida Administrative Code and timely submit that bond to the School District Purchasing Department. iv. Bond: Commodities (Other than Lease of Space) and Contractual Services (Including Professional Services and Insurance). Any person who files an action protesting a Decision or Intended Decision pertaining to a solicitation or contract award shall post with the Director of Purchasing, at the time of filing the formal written protest, a bond secured by an acceptable surety company in Florida, payable to “The School Board of Duval County, Florida” in an amount equal to one percent (1%) of the School District's estimate of the dollar value of the proposed contract. A. The School District shall provide the estimated contract amount to the protester within seventy-two (72) hours (excluding Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays when the School District administrative office is closed) after the filing of the notice of protest. The estimated contract amount is not subject to protest under this Policy or section 120.57(3), Florida Statutes. This information may be provided as part of the Decision or Intended Decision documents. In lieu of a bond, the Director of Purchasing may accept a cashier's check, official bank check, or money order in the amount of the bond. B. The bond shall be conditioned upon the payment of all costs and charges which may be adjudged against the protestor in the administrative hearing in which the action is brought and in any subsequent appellate court proceeding. C. If, after completion of the administrative hearing process and any appellate court proceedings, the School Board prevails, it shall be entitled to recover all costs and charges which are included in the final order or judgment, excluding attorney's fees. Upon payment of such costs and charges by the person protesting the Decision or Intended Decision or contract award, the bond, cashier's check, official bank check, or money order shall be returned to the protestor. If, after the completion of the administrative hearing process and any appellate court proceedings, the protestor prevails, the protestor may recover from the School Board the costs and charges which are included in the final order or judgment, excluding attorney's fees. v. Bond: Construction Purchasing. Protesters regarding competitive procurement related to educational facilities shall be required to post a bond in the amount specified in section 255.0516, Florida Statutes, which also governs recovery of fees and costs including attorney's fees. With respect to a protest of the terms, conditions, and specifications contained in a solicitation, protesters shall post a bond in the amount of one percent (1%) of the School District’s estimate of the dollar value of the proposed contract or $5,000, whichever is greater. A. Staying the Procurement Process. Upon timely receipt of the formal written protest, the solicitation or contract award process shall be stopped until the subject of the protest is resolved by final agency action, unless the Director of Purchasing sets forth in writing particular facts and circumstances which require the continuance of the solicitation or contract award process without delay in order to avoid an immediate and serious danger to the public health, safety, or welfare. B. Informal Resolution Meeting. The Director of Purchasing shall provide an opportunity to resolve the protest by mutual agreement between the parties within seven (7) days (excluding Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays when the School District administrative offices are closed) of receipt of the formal written protest. All affected parties shall be notified of the notice of protest. C. Hearing. If the protest is not resolved by mutual agreement within seven (7) days (excluding Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays when the school district’s administrative offices are closed) after receipt of the formal written protest; and a. if there is no disputed issue of material fact, an informal proceeding shall be conducted pursuant to section 120.57(2), Florida Statutes and applicable Board Policies, and may be conducted before a hearing officer designated by the Superintendent; or b. if there is a disputed issue of material fact, as determined by the Agency Clerk, in accordance with section 120.569, Florida Statutes, the protest shall be referred within fifteen (15) days after the Agency Clerk receives the Formal Written Protest to the Division of Administrative Hearings for a formal hearing under section 120.57(1), Florida Statutes. vi. As stated in section 120.57(3)(f), Florida Statutes, the burden of proof shall rest with the party protesting the proposed agency action. A. In any bid-protest proceeding contesting an intended agency action to reject all bids, proposals, or replies, the standard of review shall be whether the School Board's intended action is illegal, arbitrary, dishonest, or fraudulent. B. In competitive procurement protests other than those contesting an intended agency action to reject all bids, proposals, or replies, the hearing officer or administrative law judge will conduct a de novo proceeding to determine whether the School Board's proposed action is contrary to the governing statutes, the School Board's Policies, or the solicitation documents. The standard of proof for such proceedings shall be whether the proposed agency action was clearly erroneous, contrary to competition, arbitrary, or capricious. BID NO. ITB-038-23/DS Printing Services Opening Date: June 1, 2023 NO-BID FORM If your firm cannot submit a bid at this time, please provide the information requested in the space provided below and return it to (or fax it to 904-858-4868): Duval County Public Schools Purchasing Services 1701 Prudential Drive, Suite 322 Jacksonville, Florida 32207 We are unable to submit a bid at this time due to the following reason(s): Name of Firm: Signature and Title: Street Address or P.O. Box: City, State, Zip Code: RETURN THIS FORM ONLY. DO NOT RETURN BID PACKAGE.

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