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89--BREAD AND BREAD PRODUCTS VISN 5

Department of Veterans Affairs, Martinsburg VAMC | Published August 21, 2007  -  Deadline September 17, 2007
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The VA Medical Centers, Martinsburg, WV, Washington, DC, Baltimore, MD, Perry Point, MD and BRECC along with the Veterans Canteen Services at Martinsburg, WV, Washington, DC, Baltimore, MD and Perry Point, MD, requires bread and bread products for the period November 1, 2007 through October 31, 2008. The list of products are identified in the solicitation that will be posted to fedbizopps. Offerors must provide a unit cost for each product along with a complete commercial/retail item list with the price of all bread/bread products available for purchase and any applicable discounts offered. There will be two groups identified. Group I is VAMC N&FS's/Canteens in Martinsburg, WV and Washington, DC. Group II is N&FS's/Canteens in Baltimore, MD, Perry Point, MD and BRECC. Offerors must bid on all items in Group I or all items in Group II or all items in both groups for evaluation. The procurement is solicited for full and open competition. NAICS code: 311812/500 employees. Approximate issue date: 08/22/2007, approximate bid opening date: 09/17/2007. All responsible sources will be considered. Facsimile bids will NOT be accepted.

89--VISN 16 Bread and Bakery Products

Department of Veterans Affairs, Fayetteville (AR) VAMC | Published August 22, 2007  -  Deadline October 5, 2007
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Provide all necessary labor, material, equipment and supervision necessary to provide the delivery of bread and bakery products in support of the Nutrition & Food Service and Canteen Services for VISN 16 Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Centers in Alexandria, Shreveport and New Orleans Louisiana, Little Rock and Fayetteville Arkansas, Muskogee and Oklahoma City Oklahoma, Houston Texas, Biloxi and Jackson Mississippi. All work will be performed in strict accordance with the terms and conditions of the contract period which will run from 1 November 2007 through 30 September 2008 for the base year and four subsequent option years if exercised by the Government. This will be a commercial item procurement under FAR Part 12 (Acquisition of Commercial Items) utilizing Request for Quote solicitation procedures. This procurement will be full and open competition to all businesses under NAICS code 311812. It is anticipated that the solicitation will be posted on or around 9/5/2007, with a due date of 10/5/2007, and an anticipated award date of 10/15/2007. The solicitation package along with any amendments will only be provided electronically through the Government's Point of Entry. All responsible sources may submit a quotation which shall be considered by the agency.

87--MILK CONTRACT TO INCLUDE NUTRITION AND CANTEEN SERVICE

Department of Veterans Affairs, VA Miami Health Care System | Published January 25, 2008  -  Deadline January 2, 2008
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^I ?.## 52.223-1 BIOBASED PRODUCT CERTIFICATION (DEC 2007) As required by the Farm Security and Rural Investment Act of 2002 and the Energy Policy Act of 2005 (7 U.S.C. 8102(c)(3)), the offeror certifies, by signing this offer, that biobased products (within categories of products listed by the United States Department of Agriculture in 7 CFR part 2902, subpart B) to be used or delivered in the performance of the contract, other than biobased products that are not purchased by the offeror as a direct result of this contract, will comply with the applicable specifications or other contractual requirements. (C$END-OF-PROV)

Veterans Canteen Service $1.00 Coupon Book

Government Printing Office, Customer Services Department | Published April 9, 2008
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89--Milk and Milk Products for VISN 16

Department of Veterans Affairs, Alexandria VAMC | Published June 20, 2008  -  Deadline August 1, 2008
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The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Veterans Health Administration (VHA) is seeking a contractor or contractors to provide milk and milk products to the ten medical centers and canteen services located within the Veterans Integrated Service Network (VISN) 16 network. VA anticipates a Multiple Award, Firm Fixed Price contract. Distribution of milk and milk products will be made at the following medical centers and their canteen services: Alexandria, LA; Biloxi, MS; Fayetteville, AR; Houston, TX; Jackson, MS; North Little Rock, AR; Muskogee, OK; Oklahoma City, OK; and Shreveport, LA. Distribution will be to the Canteen Service only at the New Orleans, LA VA Medical Center. Offers will be considered only from offerors who are regularly established in the business called for and who in the judgment of the Contracting Officer are financially responsible and can successfully fulfill the service(s) required by the solicitation. The NAICS code for this solicitation is 311511. The size standard is 500 employees. The solicitation is unrestricted. The period of performance will be a base year with 4 possible years of extension. The solicitation is anticipated to be available for download by June 30, 2008. Close date will be August 1, 2008 at 4:30 PM Central Time. Contract begin date will be September 1, 2008. Any questions may be directed to George (Bud) Holman at george.holman@va.gov. Sorry, telephone inquiries will not be honored.

V--Armored Car Service VAMC and Canteen Service...Saint Louis, Missouri

Department of Veterans Affairs, VA Heartland Network | Published August 8, 2008  -  Deadline August 29, 2008
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The VA Medical Centers John Cochran and Jefferson Barracks St. Louis MO have a need for Armored Car Services to transport deposits and return orders to and from the Medical Centers and local Banks. Pickups will be from the Agent Cashier and the Canteen Services at both Facilities. All requirements, specifications, and schedules to be addressed in Solicitation. All work will be performed in strict accordance with the terms and conditions of the contract period Base Year to run October 1, 2008 thru September 30, 2009. Each of Four Option Years, to be exercise, are contingent on COTR evaluation of Contractor's performance. Solicitation to be posted on or about August 8, 2008. Due Date for all quotes 2:00pm 29 August 2008. Offers are responsible for responding to any amendments that maybe posted during the duration of the announcement. NAICS code 561613.

89--VISN 10 BAKERY FY09

Department of Veterans Affairs, Chillicothe VAMC | Published September 8, 2008  -  Deadline September 23, 2008
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Bread/Bakery products for delivery to various VA Medical Centers and Canteen Services located in Ohio. Solicitation document will be available o/a 9/9/08 and will be posted to Fed Biz Ops website. This acquisition is unrestricted. All responsible sources will be considered. Request for hard copy of the solicitation document must be in writing. Telephone requests will not be accepted. NAICS 31112.

89--VISN 10 DAIRY FY09

Department of Veterans Affairs, Chillicothe VAMC | Published September 8, 2008  -  Deadline September 23, 2008
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Milk and Dairy products for delivery to various VA Medical Centers and Canteen Services located in Ohio. Solicitation document will be available o/a 9/9/08 and will be posted to Fed Biz Ops website. This acquisition is unrestricted. All responsible sources will be considered. Requests for hard copy of the solicitation document must be in writing. Telephone requests will not be accepted. Responses due no later than 2:00 p.m. (local time) on September 23, 2008. NAICS 311511.

89--FY 09 Bread contract for VISN 5

Department of Veterans Affairs, Martinsburg VAMC | Published September 16, 2008  -  Deadline September 29, 2008
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The VA Medical Centers, Martinsburg, WV, Washington, DC, Baltimore, MD, Perry Point, MD and BRECC along with the Veterans Canteen Services at Martinsburg, WV, Washington, DC, Baltimore, MD and Perry Point, MD, requires bread and bread products for the period November 1, 2008 through October 31, 2009. The list of products are identified in the solicitation that will be posted to FedBizOpps. Offerors must provide a unit cost for each product along with a complete commercial/retail item list with the price of all bread/bread products available for purchase and any applicable discounts offered. There will be two groups identified. Group I is VAMC N&FS's/Canteens in Martinsburg, WV and Washington, DC. Group II is N&FS's/Canteens in Baltimore, MD, Perry Point, MD and BRECC. Offerors must bid on all items in Group I or all items in Group II or all items in both groups for evaluation. The procurement is solicited for full and open competition. NAICS code: 311812/500 employees. Approximate issue date: 09/22/2008, approximate bid opening date: 09/29/2008. All responsible sources will be considered. Facsimile bids will NOT be accepted.

70--WIRELESS INTERNET SERVICE SYR

Department of Veterans Affairs, Syracuse VAMC | Published April 28, 2009  -  Deadline May 22, 2009
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Solicitation Number: VA528-09-RP-0135Notice Type: Combined Synopsis/SolicitationSynopsis: Request for Proposal Wireless Internet System Department of Veterans AffairsSyracuse VA Medical CenterPurpose and Scope of ProjectThis is a new competitive procurement that will result in the award of a single firm, fixed-price contract for installing wireless internet service on the ground floor of the Syracuse VA Medical Center. The Syracuse VA Medical Center (SYRVAMC), is a federal government facility that provides medical care to veterans. SYRVAMC has elements of hospital industry, government, and educational institutions in its operations. The installation requires establishing wireless service to cover the ground floor wireless internet service area which includes adjoining Internet Caf area and Canteen Food Service dining area. In addition, vendor must show capability for expansion to all 9 floors of the hospital. Specific locations to be provided at the site visit.REQUIREMENTSCoverageWireless service must provide 100% coverage within all areas with the exception of the kitchen food prep area of the Canteen Dining area. SYRVAMC does not currently subscribe to a service connection. (1.It is our intention to have wireless access points extended from these services using a central control and monitoring point to provide coverage and access by technical personnel.) Vendor will offer only internet service to Syracuse VA Medical Center customers via wireless and will not be connecting this service to SYRVAMC wired network in any way. SecuritySYRVAMC facilities are located at 800 Irving Ave., Syracuse, NY 13210 and wish to take advantage of its physical isolation and of signal encryption to protect the security of it's users as much as is practicable. Wireless access point antennae position and power levels must be adjusted to avoid any signal radiating beyond the perimeter of the ground floor wireless internet service area. Access points must support the latest encryption standards to include, but not limited to, WEP, WPA2, and WPA. Configuration of the access points must be approved by SYRVAMC. Access points must be accessible from a centrally located controller and be accessible individually via wireless connection using manufacturer supplied utility/configuration software for reprogramming encryption keys and running diagnostic programs. System MaintenanceThe Offeror must include comprehensive maintenance support for one year identified as a per month fee. The minimum requirement for maintenance support must include two hour business day response by phone, and forty eight hour business day onsite response to perform necessary service to the system. Offerors must demonstrate that they are doing business in, and have qualified service technicians under their direct employ whose duty station is within 50 miles of the SYRVAMC. No exceptions will be considered for this requirement. The offeror will also provide a minimum of 4 health checks and site assessments per calendar year, one each quarter. This will include, but is not limited to, configuration checks, equipment checks and systems security assessments.InstallationOfferor must provide all access points, wiring, routers, hubs, power supplies, antennae, smart jacks, and any other hardware or software necessary for a complete turnkey installation. All wiring must be hidden in walls or ceilings. Exceptions for short runs in inconspicuous areas may be approved to reduce cost and complexity of installation. All exposed wiring must be pre approved by the SYRVAMC technical representative to meet the requirements of this procurement.The successful offeror must be responsible for communication with and coordination of service requirements involving the service provider. SYRVAMC operates on a continuous basis. Offeror must be flexible in scheduling installation which may include nights and weekends. Canteen services can not be moved, changed, or rescheduled to accommodate installation. A schedule of operating hours and facility availability will be made available to the selected offeror. A SYRVAMC representative will be available when installation personnel are on station.Offeror must provide and infrastructure required by/for the new system to provide wireless connection service. Hidden wiring not terminated is not required to be reconnected. Separate patch panels and other hardware are required as necessary to physically isolate the SYRVAMC network from the wireless network.Hardware and softwareAccess points must be configured for 802.11-a (restricted from 802.11b & g) support and be capable of a minimum 40mbs pass-through for all clients. Access point hardware must have rogue access point detection fully software upgradeable to AES and 802.11ai, have client isolation capability to prevent client-to-client snooping. Hardware must be designed for configuration with external ceiling mount antennae. Access points selected must be approved by SYRVAMC Technical staff. Consumer units designed for home and small office use are not acceptable. Acceptance Testing and TrainingUpon completion of project successful offeror will demonstrate useable signal levels of wireless coverage throughout the ground floor wireless internet service area with no detectable signal at service area perimeter and provide operational training to SYRVAMC technical staff. SYRVAMC staff will also conduct an assessment of the installation and provide required configuration and/or architecture changes to the vendor for implementation. Evaluation of Proposal and AwardProposals submitted must include network designs, detailed AP and other hardware configurations, security implementations and a detailed hardware lists to include all components in the system Proposals will be evaluated equally by cost, technical merit, past performance and by service plan and demonstrated history of IT wireless system maintenance. Best value to government will be considered for equal cost proposals. The RFP for this solicitation will only be offered upon request. Proposals submitted under this Request for Proposal will be evaluated, and an offeror selected, based on past performance, technical and cost considerations. Please provide cost proposal information separately from the technical proposal and past performance components. Registration in the Central Contractors Registration database is required. Please provide evidence of registration. Cost evaluation will be performed independently of the technical evaluation. Please provide a technical proposal consistent with the criteria shown below, three performance references, and cost quotes consisting of a breakdown of the cost of materials, labor/installation costs, and total costs. Proposals will be evaluated based on the following factors listed in descending order. 1) Total cost of installation2) Cost/value of the equipment offered.3) Technical merit of the proposal in conformance to specifications4) Experience and past performance of offeror The SYRVAMC will select a contractor, whose offer provides the best value to the government, considering factors identified above. The award may be made without discussion.Technical questions regarding this RFP can be directed to the contracting officer. E-mail steve.tompkins@va.gov Pre-proposal site visit facility tour and technical questionsInterested parties are encouraged to attend a facility tour on May 7th, at 9AM. General building drawings and a copy of the RFP will be made available to interested parties that time upon request. The facilities will be available immediately following the tour for those who wish to perform site surveys and testing. The facility will be fully occupied during and after the meeting. Access to some areas may be limited. SYRVAMC will provide responses to relevant questions and will make those questions and answers available to all interested offerors. Please confirm an appointment with and address all technical questions to Steven Tompkins, CO via email to steve.tompkins@va.gov at the SYRVAMC. Interested parties must notify the SYRVAMC Contracting Officer at least three days in advance of the tour with the name of their company and the names and titles of all attendees.Proposal SubmissionOfferor must provide pricing separately from the technical proposal and past performance response.Proposals must be provided by postal mail, FEDEX, or E-mail to the following address: Postal mail DEPARTMENT OF VETERAN'S AFFAIRSSYRACUSE VA MEDICAL CENTER STEVEN TOMPKINS, CONTRACTING OFFICER (2-90)800 Irving Ave.Syracuse, NY 13210FAX: 315-425-4683 (Must be confirmed via contact with CO.)E-mail steve.tompkins@va.gov a response is required or utilize read receipt to provide proof of delivery.Submission DeadlineFinal Proposals must be received by 3PM EST, May 22nd, 2009. Award will be made on completion of evaluation and prior to May 30th. Successful offeror must be prepared to complete the installation and system integration by June 30, 2009.

89--Milk and Dairy

Department of Veterans Affairs, Orlando VAMC | Published May 14, 2009  -  Deadline May 22, 2009
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SCOPE OF CONTRACT/SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS1. IMPORTANT FACTORSThe contractor shall provide milk and dairy products to VAMC Orlando. The quantities listed are estimated requirements for the Nutrition & Food Services and the Veterans Canteen Services. The term of the contract shall be June 1, 2009 through and including May 31, 2010 all dates inclusive. The contractor shall contact the Contracting Officer on all administrative matters. Only the Contracting Officer is authorized to make commitments or issue changes which will affect price, quantity, quality, or the delivery terms of this contract. A contract awarded as a result of issuance of this solicitation shall be a firm fixed-price contract. The awarded contractor shall be notified of the Contracting Officer's Technical Representative (COTR) appointed at the Orlando VA canteen service.NOTE: Estimated Quantities -Actual Quantities Ordered May Vary Among Line Items. Estimated Milk and Ice Cream orders will be submitted weekly with the Government reserving the right to adjust orders 24 hours prior to scheduled delivery. 2. FEDERAL HOLIDAYS New Year's, Martin Luther King Day, Presidents Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Columbus Day, Veterans Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas 3. SANITATION AND WORKMANSHIP All items furnished under this contract shall be prepared, processed and packed under sanitary conditions and in accordance with good commercial practice and approved standards established by the Food and Drug Administration. All containers shall be clean, sound and securely covered or sealed to provide adequate protection from dirt, filth, and all other contamination. Chilled and frozen items shall be maintained at temperatures necessary for the preservation of the product. The VA Contracting Officer or his/her designee reserves the right to inspect the offerors premises at any time during the life of the contract. A pre-award, on-site visit to inspect the manufacturing plant, personnel, process and packaging equipment and premises in order to verify compliance with all applicable Federal and State mandatory requirements and regulations relating to the preparation, packaging, labeling, storage, distribution, and sales of the products with the commercial marketplace may be performed by the government prior to contract award. If the plant of the apparent low offeror does not meet specification or is not acceptable, the offer will be rejected. 4. SPECIFICATIONS AND STANDARDS The delivered products shall comply with all applicable Federal and State mandatory requirements and regulations relating to the preparation, packaging, labeling, storage, distribution, and sales of the products with the commercial marketplace. All deliveries shall conform in every respect to the provisions of the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act and regulations promulgated. 5. QUALITY ASSURANCEAll raw milk for pasteurization, condensed and dried milk, finished products and the plant in which the products are processed shall comply with all applicable requirements of the "Grade A Pasteurized Milk Ordinance -1978 Recommendations of the United States Public Health Service" or latest revision thereof, or regulations substantially equivalent thereto. The raw milk for pasteurization, milk plant, and pasteurized milk and milk products each shall have a compliance rating of 90 or more as certified by the State Milk Sanitation Rating Officer and shall be listed in the "Sanitation Compliance and Enforcement Ratings of Interstate Milk Shippers." All milk products delivered for consumption shall have at least one month's expiration from the date of delivery. All testing shall only be done by milk laboratories approved by Federal and State agencies and listed in the previously mentioned document. 6. CONTRACTOR'S CERTIFICATION By submitting an offer, the contractor certifies that the product offered meets the specified salient characteristics and requirements of the Federal Hospital Subsistence Guide; conforms to the producer's own specifications and standards, including product characteristics, manufacturing procedures, quality control procedures, and storage and handling practices; has national or regional distribution storage facilities located with the United States, its territories, or possessions; and is sold on the commercial market. The Government reserves the right to determine proof of such conformance prior to the first delivery from point of origin and any time thereafter, up to and including delivery at final destination as may be necessary to determine conformance with the provisions of the contract. 7. FRESHNESS REQUIREMENTS FOR DAIRY PRODUCTSFluid dairy products and other dairy products shall have sufficient remaining shelf life commensurate with good commercial practice and a minimum: Milk, Whipping Cream (fresh), Cream (fresh), Eggnog and Half and Half (fresh) must be delivered within 72 hours after pasteurization. Half and Half (ultra-pasteurized), and Buttermilk must be delivered within 96 hours after pasteurization. Whipping Cream (ultra-pasteurized), and Cream (ultra-pasteurized) must be delivered within 14 days after packaging. Cottage Cheese, cultured, normal shelf life must be delivered within 4 days after date of packing, Cottage Cheese, acidified, normal shelf life, must be delivered within 5 days after date of packaging, Cottage Cheese, cultured or acidified, extended shelf life, must be delivered within 7 days after date of packaging. Sour Cream must be delivered within 7 days after pasteurization. Ice Milk Mix, fresh (soft serve), Milk Shake Mix, fresh (direct draw) must be delivered within 120 hours after manufacture. 8. PACKAGING, PACKING, AND LABELINGa. Unless otherwise specified, preservation, packaging, and packing shall be to a degree of protection to preclude damage to containers and/or contents thereof under normal shipping conditions, handling, etc., and shall conform to normal commercial practices and applicable carrier rules and regulations involving shipment from the contractor to the receiving activity for storage. Shipping containers shall be in compliance with National Motor Freight Classification and Uniform Freight classification (issue in effect at time of shipment). NOTE(1) Gallon Containers -Acceptable packaging = plastic containers (2) pint Containers -Acceptable packaging = PT cardboard containers measuring 4" X 2-113" OR PT cardboard containers measuring 2-7/8" X 3". (3) Ice Cream and Sherbet -Acceptable packaging= 4 oz foam or plastic cups. b. All packaging and packing shall be in accordance with good commercial practice. Labeling shall be in accordance with commercial labeling, complying with the Federal Food, drug and Cosmetic Act and regulations promulgated there under. c. All items must be identified with readable dates (open code dates), or coded dates.Contractors who do not use open dating will provide a product code number key listing. The product code number key listing shall explain the actual date of production or processing. The successful offeror shall furnish the COTR and the Contracting Officer with the code of instructions for deciphering the date on which the pasteurization process was completed. This information is to be furnished within five days of award of a contract. Failure to comply with this requirement will render a contract in default and grounds for termination. d. Source of Manufacture: Items supplied under this contract are required to originate from a sanitarily approved source. The supplier must identify the source of manufacture on the primary container or in the accompanying shipping documents. The identification on the primary container may consist of either the manufacturing plant name and address or a manufacturing plant code. When the manufacturing plant is identified on the shipping documents accompanying the delivery, the plant shall be identified by its complete name, address and plant code. e. EPA: Should the contractor manufacturer and provide company brand milk products, the contractor should utilize, if possible, recycled materials for containers as long as they meet the f. FDA sanitary standards for the specified commodity. Lists recycle materials used in the packaging of the requested products herein: None 12. METRIC PRODUCTS Products manufactured to metric dimensions will be considered on an equal basis with those manufactured using inch/pound units, providing they fall within the tolerances specified using conversion tables contained in the latest revision of Federal Standard No. 376B and all other requirements of this document are met. If a product is manufactured to metric dimensions and those dimensions exceed the tolerances specified in the inch/pound units, a request should be made to the Contracting Officer to determine if the product is acceptable. The Contracting Officer's Technical Representative, will accept or reject the product. 13. ORDERING Estimated milk products/fruit drink products orders will be submitted weekly with the Government reserving the right to adjust orders 24 hours prior to scheduled delivery. Estimated Ice Cream orders will be submitted monthly with the Government reserving the right to adjust orders 24 hours prior to scheduled delivery. Orders will be placed by the Contracting Officer or his/her designee at each participating facility. Telephone, oral, and wire transmission orders are authorized. Quantities shown on previous pages represent the quantities estimated to be ordered over the delivery period. Offers will be evaluated based on the estimated quantities. Actual quantities ordered may vary among line items. 14. UTILIZATION OF CONTRACT Separate delivery orders will be issued by each Veterans Affairs purchasing activity utilizing this contract. Delivery orders will be issued on an as-needed basis for each facility's requirements. 15. DELIVERIES AND INVOICING While performing under this contract all vehicles used by the contractor will be locked and the keys removed when not in use. This is intended to protect the contractor's property as well as the safety of patients and staff at the medical centers. (Orlando requires Milk and Fruit Drink Delivery "minimum" 2 times per week; ice cream can be delivered 1 to 2 times per month when ordered) DELIVER TO DELIVERY TIME FREQUENCY & LIMITATIONSORLANDO VA Medical Center 0700 A. M. - 2:30 P.M. Milk - two times weekly 5201 Raymond Street (Tuesday, Friday)Orlando Fl 32813 INVOICES WILL BE MAILED TO AND PAYMENT WILL BE MADE BY: DIETETICS ORLANDO VAMC ATTN: Mary Lu Carpenter 5201 RAYMOND STREET ORLANDO, FL 32813 TEL: (407) 629-1599 ext 1763

89--VISN 10 DAIRY/MILK PRODUCTS

Department of Veterans Affairs, Chillicothe VAMC | Published August 13, 2009  -  Deadline September 8, 2009
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Milk and Dairy products for delivery to various VA Medical Centers and Canteen Services located in Ohio. Solicitation document will be available o/a August 17, 2009 and will be posted to Fed Biz Ops website. This acquisition is unrestricted. All responsible sources will be considered. Requests for hard copy of the solicitation document must be in writing. Telephone requests will not be accepted. Responses due no later than 2:00 p.m. (local time) on September 8, 2009. NAICS 311511.

89--VISN 10 BREAD/BAKERY PRODUCTS

Department of Veterans Affairs, Chillicothe VAMC | Published August 13, 2009  -  Deadline September 8, 2009
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Bread/Bakery products for delivery to various VA Medical Centers and Canteen Services located in Ohio. Solicitation document will be available o/a August 17, 2009 and will be posted to Fed Biz Ops website. This acquisition is unrestricted. All responsible sources will be considered. Request for hard copy of the solicitation document must be in writing. Telephone requests will not be accepted. Responses due no later than 2:00 p.m. (local time) on September 8, 2009. NAICS 311812.

89--BREAD FY 10

Department of Veterans Affairs, Martinsburg VAMC | Published September 14, 2009  -  Deadline September 23, 2009
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The VA Medical Centers, Martinsburg, WV, Washington, DC, and along with the Veterans Canteen Services at Martinsburg, WV, Washington, DC, requires bread and bread products for the period November 1, 2009 through October 31, 2010. The list of products are identified in the solicitation that is posted to FedBiz Opps. Offerors must provide a unit cost for each product along with a complete commercial/retail item list with the price of all bread/bread products available for purchase and any applicable discounts offered. Offerors must bid on all items. The procurement is solicited for full and open competition. NAICS code: 311812/500 employees. Approximate issue date is 9/14/09. Proposals are due 9/23/09 at 2:00pm EST. All responsible sources will be considered. Facsimile bids will NOT be accepted.

R--ARMORED CAR SERVICES BASE PLUS FOUR OPTIONS SUPPORT VA LOCATED IN BALTIMORE AND PERRY POINT, MD

Department of Veterans Affairs, VA Maryland Health Care System | Published October 16, 2009  -  Deadline October 26, 2009
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The Department of Veterans Affairs, Baltimore Contracting Officer anticipates awarding a Firm-Fixed Price service contract for Armored Car Services in accordance with the Statement of Work. The contract award will include a base period and 4 - one year option period.Contractor shall provide Armored Car Services to the Department of Veterans Affair, Baltimore and Perry Point. The services shall consist of transferring and conveying from the Canteen Services to the bank all monies, currency, checks, or other valuables customarily delivered to and received by banks for deposit. This solicitation is unrestricted. All proposed awardees MUST BE CENTRAL CONTRACTOR REGISTURED (CCR) prior to receiving an award. If the form has not registered yet, you are highly encouraged to do so. Information concerning CCR requirements may be viewed via the Internet at http://www.ccr.gov or by calling CCR Registration Center at 1-888-227-2423Note: This solicitation is subject to the Availability of Funds.

89--VISN 10 BREAD/BAKERY FY11

Department of Veterans Affairs, Chillicothe VAMC | Published August 18, 2010  -  Deadline September 13, 2010
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Bread/Bakery products for delivery to various VA Medical Centers and Canteen Services located in Ohio. Solicitation document will be available o/a August 27, 2010 and will be posted to Fed Biz Ops website. This acquisition is unrestricted. All responsible sources will be considered. Request for hard copy of the solicitation document must be in writing. Telephone requests will not be accepted. Responses due no later than 2:00 p.m. (local time) on September 13, 2010. NAICS 311812.

89--VISN 10 DIARY/MILK FY11

Department of Veterans Affairs, Chillicothe VAMC | Published August 19, 2010  -  Deadline September 14, 2010
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Milk and Dairy products for delivery to various VA Medical Centers and Canteen Services located in Ohio. Solicitation document will be available o/a August 27, 2010 and will be posted to Fed Biz Ops website. This acquisition is unrestricted. All responsible sources will be considered. Requests for hard copy of the solicitation document must be in writing. Telephone requests will not be accepted. Responses due no later than 2:00 p.m. (local time) on September 14, 2010. NAICS 311511.

89--VISN 10 BREAD/BAKERY FY11

Department of Veterans Affairs, Chillicothe VAMC | Published November 10, 2010  -  Deadline November 23, 2010
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Bread/Bakery products for delivery to various VA Medical Centers and Canteen Services located in Ohio. Solicitation document will be available o/a November 8, 2010 and will be posted to Fed Biz Ops website. This acquisition is unrestricted. All responsible sources will be considered. Request for hard copy of the solicitation document must be in writing. Telephone requests will not be accepted. Responses due no later than 2:00 p.m. (local time) on November 23, 2010. NAICS 311812.

C--AE Condensate Lines

Department of Veterans Affairs, Canandaigua VAMC | Published November 15, 2010  -  Deadline December 15, 2010
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This is a Sources Sought Notice for the following services related to VA Medical Center projects 528A5-11-501, 502 and 503; "AE Design Services." The VA Medical Center, Canandaigua, New York is seeking professional architect/engineering firms to provide construction documents, working drawings, specifications, cost estimates, and other related design services to include construction period services as required to design for the replacement of condensate lines in the corridor trenches of three buildings. The design will be completed in a manner such that the estimated construction cost is within the VA budget. EXISTING CONDITIONS The condensate lines in the trench from the south of building 4 through the corridors to the north of building 3 must be replaced. The lines leak condensate and are deteriorating the tunnel floor and building structures. The insulation on the lines is asbestos, fallen off of the pipes for the most part and must be abated. WORK ENVIRONMENT The work area is the corridors that run through and connect the basements of buildings 4, 2 & 3. This area is heavily traveled and there are numerous functions in the rooms off these corridors. All work must be carefully phased so as not to interfere with the patients, staff or the functions in these areas. PHASING A phasing plan must be developed to address the pedestrian access to the rooms and functions that are on the construction side of the corridors. It may be necessary to design an alternate traffic pattern to and from these corridors into some of the function rooms. These may include enclosed, outside walkways where necessary. PROJECT SCOPE This scope combines three (3) projects, refer to drawing # 2909 for the location of the work. The work scope is essentially the same for each project. The trench must be opened under containment, the asbestos abated, the condensate pipes replaced and all tie-ins re-connected. A. BUILDING 4 CONDENSATE TRENCH - PROJECT # 528A5-11-501 1. Temporary barrier must be constructed, with provision for pedestrians to continue using corridor adjacent to work area. a. This corridor is heavily traveled so a plan must be developed to execute the work while still providing for the safe travel of clients and staff from adjacent buildings to the services in B-4. b. Consideration must also be given to the Canteen Services function so that their work can continue with minimal interruption. The canteen operates 5 days a week, 7:00 am to 3:30 pm. c. The Canteen kitchen is on the opposite side of the hallway. Therefore provision must be made to accommodate the transfer of food across the hall during open hours. d. Some or all work may have to be planned for after business hours when there is less traffic through the corridor. B. BUILDING 2 CONDENSATE TRENCH - PROJECT # 528A5-11-502 1. Temporary barrier must be constructed, with provision for pedestrians to continue using corridor adjacent to work area. a. This corridor is heavily traveled so a plan must be developed to execute the work while still providing for the safe travel of clients and staff from adjacent buildings through this hallway. b. Consideration must also be given to the dietetic function so that their work can continue with minimal interruption. c. Some or all work may have to be planned for after business hours when there is less traffic through the corridor. C. BUILDING 3 CONDENSATE TRENCH - PROJECT # 528A5-11-503 1. Temporary barrier must be constructed, with provision for pedestrians to continue using corridor adjacent to work area. a. This corridor is heavily traveled so a plan must be developed to execute the work while still providing for the safe travel of clients and staff in this corridor. b. Consideration must be given to the staff and residents using the elevator from the 1st and 2nd floors. A plan must be developed to allow this elevator to remain in service during demolition and construction. c. Some or all work may have to be planned for after business hours when there is less traffic through the corridor. CONSTRUCTION 1. Saw cut and remove concrete above condensate trench. 2. Abate asbestos containing pipe insulation and any mastic on the cover. 3. Replace the condensate pipes with Type K Hard Drawn, Seamless Copper, Extra Heavy, the same size as existing pipe. 4. Re-insulate condensate pipe with cellular glass, closed cell foam, +900F 0 water vapor emission. 5. Provide positive drainage in the condensate trench in each building. Slope to a new sump pit at the south end of each corridor. 6. Install removable, 2' wd. X 8' lg. trench covers. The covers are to be ½" thick, aluminum covers to accept VCT flooring. The covers should be placed at tie-in points. Where no tie-ins exist for some distance, covers should be spaced 40' apart at the furthest. REFERENCE DRAWINGS 1. 2909 - Layout of the work area 2. 4-18 - Original 1932 dwg. of heating piping, B-4 3. 2-24 - Original 1932 dwg. of heating piping, B-2 4. 3-16 - Original 1932 dwg. of heating piping, B-3 A/E SCOPE OF SERVICES 1. Provide construction documents, working drawings, specifications, cost estimate, shop drawing review and construction period services as required to replace the condensate lines in corridor trenches. Also, any necessary, related asbestos monitoring so as to construct a NFPA / Life Safety Code and all building code compliant project. This will include all Site/Civil Engineering and Mechanical engineering associated with this project. 2. Provide contract specifications utilizing the VA Master Specifications (supplied by VAMC Canandaigua on a CD rom or through e-mail in MS Word format) edited to remove all impertinent specs for this project. 3. Attend design review meetings and make all necessary site visits during design to gather information necessary from the existing sites, building plans, utility plans, etc. to provide a complete assessment of the proposed work. 4. Assess the intent and scope of this project and work with the Medical Center staff to develop a final design and cost estimate to best suit the needs and constraints of the government, while incorporating VAMC Canandaigua Engineering Service, VA Network 2, and NYS Historical Society comments into the final design package. 5. Provide one (1) set of "Architectural E1" (30"x42") size working drawings and specifications at the 30% design review stage. Provide one (1) set of "Architectural E1" (30"x42") size working drawings specifications and cost estimate at and the 100% design review stage. Provide copies of drawings, specifications, and cost estimates at final design submission in electronic form. The final drawings should be in AutoCAD files and a copy in Acrobat Reader (.pdf) file format. 6. Project completion of construction documents, including final design, contract drawings, specifications, and cost estimate is to be 120 days from contract award. 7. Provide a detailed material/ labor cost estimate for construction of this project at the 100% design review stage. 8. Attend pre-bid job walk and provide all engineering responses to questions asked by potential bidders and issue an addendum, if necessary. 9. Provide a technical review of all project submittals/shop drawings related to the Project and provide all engineering responses to any design/conflict questions encountered in these areas during construction in an expeditious manner. 10. Provide expeditious engineering responses to all design/conflict questions encountered during the construction term. The following evaluation criteria will be used during the A/E selection process: 1. Team proposed for this project 2. Proposed management plan 3. Previous experience of the team proposed for this project 4. Location and facilities of working offices 5. Proposed design approach for this project 6. Project control 7. Estimating effectiveness 8. Miscellaneous experience and capabilities 9. Awards and Recommendations 10. Insurance & litigations Firms desiring consideration must have a working office located within 100 miles of the Canandaigua, NY city limits. All interested A/E firms are invited to submit Standard Form 330, Architect Engineer Qualifications. For any consultants, please use SF 330 extra sections E and F. The Standard Form 330 can be obtained at the following web site: http://www.gsa.gov/Portal/gsa/ep/formslibrary.do?formType=SF. The estimated construction cost for this project is bbetween $100,000 and $250,000. The NAICS code for this procurement is 541310. Responses must be received by 11 AM, EST Wednesday, 15 December, 2010. Submit data to: R. E. Lee, Contracting Officer, VA Medical Center Canandaigua, Building 6, Room 144, 400 Fort Hill Avenue, Canandaigua, New York 14424. Electronic submissions are encouraged.

Catering Services, to include an Electronic Cashless Payment System, the Supply and Delivery of Food, and Disposable Items

Devon & Cornwall Constabulary | Published April 5, 2011  -  Deadline May 4, 2011
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55300000, 55330000, 55500000

Devon and Cornwall Police Authority invite Expressions of Interest from organisations, to include small and medium enterprises, capable of supplying the following catering and canteen services to Devon & Cornwall Constabulary Police Headquarters: • Catering services for those attending residential training courses at the Police Headquarters site at Middlemoor, to consist of 2 meals per day - the Authority makes no stipulation on how these should be provided i.e. self serve, ready made, vending etc • A weekday catering service for staff, and individuals visiting the HQ site, which may include a café / bistro offering light meals and snacks including hot beverages • provision of a first rate buffet style service for internal meetings and events • an optional daily trolley service • the purchase and delivery of food and disposable items • the purchase and maintenance of any new catering / kitchen equipment required above and beyond that which will be provided by the Authority • provision of a cashless payment system for the electronic payment of food and beverages by canteen customers • provision of an emergency catering service for major events on the Headquarters site There is also an opportunity for the successful Contractor, to provide other items such as news papers, magazines, toiletries and sundry items for sale to staff and residential students, should they wish to do so. The Authority wishes to establish a new contract with a supplier to utilise their catering experience and innovation to support the Authority in its delivery of nutritionally balanced and varied hot and cold meals to residential students, staff working at the Headquarters site, and visitors. The Authority expects the successful contractor to introduce new service innovations including immediate investment in a new electronic cashless payment system. The Authority is looking for a partner with experience, capacity and creativity to take on our existing service with the potential to develop an entirely new catering concept and expand the customer base. Bidders must be able to demonstrate an aptitude to developing new ideas, hold the relevant Food Hygiene qualifications, be highly motivated and have demonstrable experience in providing a high quality service. Any proposed model shall be financially viable as no subsidy will be provided. The only guarantee of revenue will be student meals. Information relating to student numbers and overall usage / occupancy will be supplied within the PQQ. The existing catering facilities consist of a ground floor canteen which seats approximately 80 persons. Scale plans and a full inventory of existing catering / kitchen equipment (to include utensils and tableware) which the Authority will provide and maintain, will be supplied at the ITT stage. To register an interest and take part in this tender process, please register your company on the Bluelight E-Tendering Website, www.bluelight.gov.uk by 12 noon Wednesday 4th May 2011. It is anticipated that the pre-qualification questionnaire (PQQ) will be published on Thursday 5th May 2011 with a return date of Friday 3rd June 2011. A full tender timetable will be supplied within the PQQ.