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(01/2017) Negotiated procedure ex art. 36, subsection 2, letter b) of Legislative Decree 50/2016 for the choice of the contractor to entrust the extraordinary maintenance work for the construction of a disabled lift facility at the premises of the DIFI CUP D34H15001490005 CIG 650237164B

Università degli Studi di Genova - Ufficio Servizio Attività Negoziale | Published May 10, 2017
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(01/2017) Negotiated procedure ex art. 36, paragraph 2, letter b) of Legislative Decree no. 50/2016 for the selection of the contractor to the extraordinary maintenance for the realization of disabled lift installation at the building site of the DIFI

Università degli Studi di Genova - Ufficio Servizio Attività Negoziale | Published February 28, 2017  -  Deadline March 15, 2017
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45313100

Commitment and liquidation of the company invoice Penchini Macchine Industriali Srl for the forklift repair work at the headquarters in Foligno. Commitment of € 2,198.44 on the cap. A0420 of the Regional Budget 2016

Regione Umbria - Giunta Regionale - Servizio provveditorato, gare e contratti | Published December 28, 2016  -  Deadline January 28, 2017
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Supply of n. 1 diesel forklift to be used in the context of MSW Treatment Plant and Improvement of Waste Collection at the service of the Optimum Area of ​​the Province of Oristano - III Operational Lot

Consorzio Nucleo Industrializzazione Oristanese | Published November 27, 2014  -  Deadline November 28, 2014
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Santarelli Marcello S.r.l
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Fornitura di n. 1 carrello elevatore diesel da utilizzare nell ambito dell Impianto di Trattamento dei R.S.U. e Valorizzazione della Raccolta Differenziata a servizio dell Ambito Territoriale Ottimale della Provincia di Oristano - III Lotto Funzionale

(01/2017) Negotiated procedure ex art. 36, paragraph 2, letter b) of Legislative Decree 50/2016 for the choice of the contractor to entrust the extraordinary maintenance work for the construction of a disabled lift facility at the DIFI headquarters building

 | Published July 18, 2017
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1. CIAM ASCENSORI E SERVIZI SRL
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45313100

Secure Document Destruction & Recycling Services

National Archives and Records Administration, NAA | Published August 13, 2010  -  Deadline September 3, 2010
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This regulation requires agencies receiving taxpayer data to provide safeguards to the satisfaction of the IRS in three areas: 1) protecting the confidentiality of taxpayer data; 2) providing measures to prevent unauthorized inspection or disclosure; and, 3) restricting use to the purpose for which it was intended. 4.3.2 Contractor shall conduct annual disclosure/safeguards training. All Contractor staff, laborers and subcontractors working in the Secure Document Destruction Facility shall receive orientation training regarding disclosure/safeguards requirements and agree to comply with safeguard requirements, prior to actual pickup by Contractor of IRS boxes or records. Thereafter, Contractor staff and laborers and subcontractors will continue to receive annual disclosure/safeguards training. Training shall include the presentation of two NARA Provided IRS videos, �Safeguarding IRS Confidential Information � A Guide for Contractors,� and �Stop UNAX in its Tracks,� as well as a general, but clear discussion of IRC 6103 and the penalties under law for any unauthorized disclosure or inspection. At the time of disclosure/safeguards training, everyone should have received a copy of the �IRS Disclosure Awareness Pocket Guide for Contractors.� At the completion of training, all participants shall have signed the �Acknowledgement of Privileged Nature of Records� form. The signed form (original) will be placed in the employee�s personnel file. The Contractor shall provide copies of the signed forms to the COR. 4.3.3 As new Contractor staff and workers join the Contractor Document Destruction staff, disclosure/safeguards awareness training will occur upon the beginning of their service. From that point forward, they should participate in the next annual disclosure/safeguards awareness training program at the facility. 4.3.4 Contractor will ensure that NARA provided training materials are adapted to meet any special or unique training requirements of Contractor staff or workers. The training requirements also apply to subcontractors, their officers and employees. 4.4 Employee Disclosure Safeguards: Prior to beginning performance under this contract, the Contractor shall notify its employees and any subcontractors in writing of the Civil and Criminal sanctions with regard to unauthorized Disclosure and inspection of Federal tax returns and return information. Prior to beginning performance under this contract, the Contractor shall obtain signed certifications from each employee that the employee understands and accepts the terms and conditions as related to the civil and criminal sanctions related to unauthorized Disclosure. An original signed certification form shall be placed in each employee�s personnel folder. The Contractor shall provide copies of the employee certifications to the COR. 5.0 SALE OF RECYCLABLE MATERIAL. All materials shall be destroyed and baled in accordance with the Sections 2.0 and 3.0 above. All recyclable material shall be presented to recyclers in a manner suitable for recycling and then it shall be recycled in accordance with accepted industry standards. As such, the Contractor must bear the burden of financial loss for paper that is rendered not fit for recycling while in its possession. 5.1 Restriction on Use of Recycled Paper: The accumulations of Secure Document Disposal Wastepaper removed under contract contain sensitive or confidential information which is covered by the Privacy Act of 1974 (Public Law 93-579). Contractor is responsible for ensuring that this material be shredded prior to Recycling. 5.1.1 Recyclable paper destroyed under this contract shall be used or sold as recyclable paper only. The Contractor shall not use, allow access to, or offer for resale any papers, documents, file record material or any other form of records as files, records, or for the information contained therein. 5.2 Notification is given regarding the unauthorized disclosure of Official Use Only information. Further disclosure of such Official Use Only information, by any means, for a purpose or to an extent unauthorized herein, shall subject the offender to criminal sanctions imposed by 18 U.S.C. Section 641. That section provides, in pertinent part, that whoever knowingly converts to his use or the use of another, or without authority, sells, conveys, or disposes of any record of the United States or whoever received the same with the intent to convert it to his use or gain, knowing it to have been converted, shall be guilty of a crime punishable by a fine of up to $10,000 or imprisonment of up to 10 years, or both. 5.3 Additionally, it is incumbent upon the Contractor to be aware of the penalties for improper disclosure imposed by the Privacy Act of 1974, U.S.C. 552a. Specifically 5 U.S.C. 552a(I)(1), which is made applicable to the contractor by 5 U.S.C. 552 a(m), provides that a contractor who by virtue of his employment or official position has possession of, or access to, agency records which contain individually identifiable information the disclosure of the specific material is so prohibited, willfully discloses the material in any manner to any person or agency not entitled to receive it, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and fined not more than $5,000. 5.4 Additional References the Contractor must adhere to: 5.4.1 IRC Sec. 7213, Unauthorized Disclosure of Information 5.4.2 IRC Sec. 7431, Civil Damages for Unauthorized Disclosure of Returns and Return Information 5.4.3 NARA 1464, Destruction of Federal Records in the Custody of NARA Records Centers 5.4.4 NARA 1464 Supplement, Disposal Procedures for Temporary Records 6.0 CONTRACTOR QUALITY CONTROL. The Contractor shall develop and maintain quality control programs to ensure destruction and recycling services are performed in accordance with commonly accepted commercial practices. The Contractor shall develop and implement procedures to identify and prevent the occurrence of defective services. The Contractor shall develop quality control procedures to remediate any processes where acceptable quality levels are not met. Contractor will comply with the specification requirements for destruction of IRS data and records. 6.1 Performance and Inspection. According to the Inspection of Services clause (Inspection of Services-Fixed Price found in ADDENDA to 52.212-4), the Government will evaluate the Contractor�s performance under this contract. The COR will perform surveillance on those tasks listed in Attachment 4, Performance Requirements Summary (PRS), and will record all surveillance observations. 7.0 DELIVERABLES. All documents shall be submitted electronically in Contractor format. 7.1 Quarterly Reports: The Contractor shall provide NARA with detailed monthly accounts of a) the volume of paper processed and recycled measured in pounds / tons; and b) the total value of that paper based on a composite price defined in accordance with high Official Board Markets (OBM) for Chicago prices. Each quarterly report shall be provided to the CO and the COR. 7.1.1 The Contractor shall weigh each load of wastepaper on the day of pick-up. The Contractor shall arrange for and pay all expenses of weighing on certified scales or other scales acceptable to the COR. Copies of weigh tickets (or equivalent) that show the weight of paper in each trailer will be included in the monthly reports. 7.2 Payment to the Records Center. The Contractor will submit a payment 15 days after activity in accordance Receipt of Recycling Revenues clause based on the percentage of the high Chicago Official Board market for mixed paper at the time of the weighing. 8.0 GOVERNMENT FURNISHED PROPERTY. See Attachment 2, Volume of Disposal at Records Center, for the estimated annual volumes for the Records Center. Estimated weights of the recyclable materials are based on the best available Government information at the time of issuance of this solicitation. The Government does not guarantee these estimated weights to be factual. NARA agrees to provide Contractor with quarterly updates of forecasts of disposal. The Government will retain title to the paper until the paper is transferred to a buyer. 9.0 CONTRACTOR FURNISHED PROPERTY AND EQUIPMENT. The Contractor must provide all equipment and supplies, not furnished by the Government, required to perform in accordance with the requirements of this PWS. 10.0 PERIOD OF PERFORMANCE/CONTRACT TYPE 10.1 Period of Performance: The period of performance is for a base period of twelve (12) months and four (4) option periods of twelve (12) months each. 10.2 Contract Type: This is a no-cost (revenue generating) contract. ATTACHMENT 1 CERTIFICATE OF RECEIPT AND DESTRUCTION To be completed by records center employees: Load Number FY _____ Records Center ______________________________________ Driver: Pickup Date: Seal Number: Departure time: Lock Number: Trailer Number: Ship to Address: Driver�s Name: Locked and Sealed by: ______________________________________ Number of Pallets Contractor- or Government- Witnessed Type of Record To be completed by Contractor: Date Arrived: Verification of Seal & Lock Ticket Number Gross Weight To be completed by person witnessing the destruction: Date of Destruction Method of Destruction Destruction Witnessed by (Signature) ATTACHMENT 2 VOLUME OF DISPOSAL AT NRF FY2008 � FY2012 FORT WORTH TEXAS NOTE: Volumes are by cubic feet unless otherwise noted. For the purposes of this contract, one cubic foot equals 35 lbs. Year Month FORT WORTH 2007 Oct 3914 2008 Jan 72579 2008 Apr 18308 2008 Jul 6761 Total 97648 Tons 1709 2008 Oct 4206 2009 Jan 75220 2009 Apr 63855 2009 Jul 3409 Total 146690 Tons 2567 2009 Oct 4000 2010 Jan 76000 2010 Apr 7000 2010 Jul 6299 Total 93299 Tons 1633 2010 Oct 4495 2011 Jan 75000 2011 Apr 6000 2011 Jul 3000 Total 88495 Tons 1549 2011 Oct 4000 2012 Jan 75000 2012 Apr 6000 2012 Jul 3000 Total 88000 Tons 1540 NOTE: Oct 2006 through Apr 2010 have already been destroyed. ATTACHMENT 3 QUALITY ASSURANCE SURVEILLANCE PLAN 3.1 INTRODUCTION: This Quality Assurance Surveillance Plan (QASP) has been developed to provide the Quality Assurance Evaluator / Contracting Officer�s Representative (COR) an effective and systematic surveillance method for each listed service on the Performance Requirements Summary (PRS) in this contract. The QASP describes a systematic method to evaluate the services the Contractor is required to furnish. Any non-conformance with contract requirements is a �defect.� A defect may be recorded for each item evaluated that failed to meet the standards as required by the subject PWS paragraph(s). Examples of defects that will be recorded include, but are not limited to: a. Failure to perform a required task; b. Failure to take corrective action to prevent reoccurrence of less than satisfactory performance; or c. Performance of less than satisfactory work (quality work consists of completing the work in accordance with the appropriate PWS specifications, NARA requirements, manufacturer�s recommendations, or best industry practices). Quality Assurance is based on the premise that the Contractor, and not the Government, is responsible for management and quality control actions to meet the terms of the contract. The Government will follow the guidance in FAR 52.246-4, Inspection of Services �Fixed Price when performance is other than satisfactory. Good management and use of an adequate quality control (QC) plan will allow the Contractor to operate within specified performance requirements. The COR shall be objective, fair, and consistent in evaluating Contractor performance against contract requirements and standards. The main emphasis is on quality performance. 3.2 ACTUAL SURVEILLANCE: Actual surveillance will be performed on a periodic basis or 100% as specified in the PRS in conjunction with the Performance Work Statement. If satisfactory performance is not achieved, the COR will determine the possible cause of the less than satisfactory performance. The COR will initiate a Contract Discrepancy Report (CDR) for all defects that could not be re-performed and for all defects not corrected by the Contractor in a timely or satisfactory manner when requested by the Government. The COR will submit the CDR documentation recording the less than satisfactory performance and stating a recommended action to the CO including any proposed contract deductions. 3.3 SURVEILLANCE METHODS: Services shall have the results of the surveillance documented. The surveillance methods the Government will use to evaluate the Contractor�s performance for the listed tasks are 100% surveillance or periodic surveillance. Customer complaints will not solely be used to judge actual performance but will be used in conjunction with the above surveillance methods as an indicator of performance or as areas to emphasize further or future surveillance. 3.4 INFORM CONTRACT SITE-SUPERVISOR: a. Regardless of the surveillance method, the Contractor should be kept informed of performance status. The COR will notify the Site-Supervisor of any defect(s) to be corrected. The time to re-perform and correct defects after notification will vary depending on the type of defect, the item being inspected, the level of the item (i.e., routine, urgent, or emergency), etc. The COR will inspect re-performed or corrected discrepancies. If corrected properly and timely, the defect(s) will not result in a payment deduction. However, the COR will maintain all documentation for file maintenance. Performance issues should also be an item of discussion during the weekly Contract Site-Supervisor / COR program status meetings. b. CDR�s should be used to officially notify the Contractor of a performance problem. CDR use includes notifying the Contractor of: (i) Non-performance or less than satisfactory performances when the Government elects not to have the Contractor re-perform the service; (ii) Failure of the Contractor to re-perform non-performed or less than satisfactory performed services; (iii) Non-performed or less than satisfactory services that cannot be re-performed due to the nature or the timing of the required services; and (iv) Continuous, less than satisfactory service whether the service is re-performed or not. c. Critical performance problems should be immediately communicated with a follow-up written CDR. The COR will complete the CDR and forward it to the COR for review and approval. The COR will sign and forward the CDR to the Contractor PM for the Contractor�s response and comments. The Contractor will have 7 calendar days (or such lesser time that the COR stipulates) to complete a response. After evaluating the Contractor�s response, the COR will forward the Contracting Officer any CDR requiring further action (contract interpretation, problem resolution, reduced payments, deficiency letter notification, cure notice, etc.). The COR will provide the Contracting Officer recommended actions with supporting rationale. 3.5 REVISIONS TO QASP: Revisions to this surveillance plan are the responsibility of NARA, the COR, and the Contracting Officer. ATTACHMENT 4 PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS SUMMARY 4.1 PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS SUMMARY (PRS). The PRS captures key requirements of the Performance Work Statement (PWS) at an outcome level (performance standard) and states the performance level and method of surveillance for the requirement. The absence of any contract requirement from the PRS does limit the rights or remedies of the Government under any other provisions of the contract. 4.2 Method of Surveillance. The PRS provides the surveillance method(s) the Government will use to evaluate the Contractor�s performance for the listed tasks. The primary surveillance methods used will be 100% surveillance, periodic surveillance, or customer complaints. 4.3 Government Quality Assurance. The Quality Assurance Surveillance Plan, Attachment 3, describes how the Government will inspect, in conjunction with this PRS, and how the COR, other performance evaluators, the Contractor, and the Contracting Officer will communicate to ensure satisfactory performance of contract requirements. PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS SUMMARY REQUIREMENT SUMMARY ITEM (RS) PERFORMANCE STANDARD PERFORMANCE LEVEL METHOD OF SURVEILLANCE (RS-1) Point of Contact ---PWS 4.1 The Contractor will provide a Point of Contact (POC) for this effort. The Contractor�s POC must be available as needed to ensure the requirements of the contract are completed satisfactorily. The COR is kept informed on the status of complete contract performance. Monthly reports are timely, accurate, complete, and provide the required information. Satisfactory Monthly (RS-2) Personnel---PWS 4.2 The Contractor will ensure that its employees receive the appropriate identification and access only to authorized areas. Satisfactory Periodic Surveillance (RS-3) Non-Disclosure ---PWS 2.0, 3.3, 3.4, 4.3, 4.4 All Contractor staff will take appropriate measures to prevent the disclosure of protected information. All employees will receive disclosure and confidential information training and supervisory staff will monitor staff for compliance. Satisfactory Periodic Surveillance (RS-4) Transportation---PWS 3.1-3.4 The Contractor will provide transportation for the records at each center to the recycling facility. All vehicles will be provided in a timely manner at the request of the centers and meet the requirements for the secure transport of the materials. Drivers of the vehicles will be responsible for the safe transport and non-disclosure of information. NARA records will be the only materials on the trailers. Satisfactory 100% per visit (RS-5) Security of Stored Records---- PWS 3.3 The Contractor will provide secure storage for records that have not been shredded; access to the storage area will be controlled and monitored by surveillance equipment. Satisfactory Periodic Surveillance (RS-6) Destruction of the Records�PWS 3.3 The Contractor will provide for the destruction of the records by shredding to 5/16� specifications. The destruction of Federal Records containing Federal Tax Information will be in compliance with IRS Physical Security Standards Handbook 1.16.8. A certificate of destruction will be issued after the completion of the shredding. Satisfactory Periodic Surveillance (RS-7) Safety There are no accidents that result in injury, loss of work, or damage to property. All OSHA, EPA, and State safety requirements are met. Satisfactory Periodic Surveillance (RS-8) Quality control---PWS 6.0 The QC plan has been submitted and approved by the COR. Personnel must conduct the QC program in accordance with the COR approved Contractor QC plan. QC inspections are completed as scheduled and are comprehensive enough to ensure contract requirements are met. The QC program causes corrective action is to be taken to prevent recurrence of unacceptable performance and recognized valid customer complaints regarding lack of quality service performance. Satisfactory Periodic Surveillance ATTACHMENT 5 WAGE DETERMINATION WD 05-2513 (Rev.-9) was first posted on www.wdol.gov on 06/22/2010 ************************************************************************************ REGISTER OF WAGE DETERMINATIONS UNDER | U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR THE SERVICE CONTRACT ACT | EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS ADMINISTRATION By direction of the Secretary of Labor | WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION | WASHINGTON D.C. 20210 | | | | Wage Determination No.: 2005-2513 Shirley F. Ebbesen Division of | Revision No.: 9 Director Wage Determinations| Date Of Revision: 06/15/2010 _______________________________________|____________________________________________ State: Texas Area: Texas Counties of Erath, Hood, Jack, Johnson, Montague, Palo Pinto, Parker, Somervell, Tarrant, Wise ____________________________________________________________________________________ **Fringe Benefits Required Follow the Occupational Listing** OCCUPATION CODE - TITLE FOOTNOTE RATE 01000 - Administrative Support And Clerical Occupations 01011 - Accounting Clerk I 14.36 01012 - Accounting Clerk II 16.13 01013 - Accounting Clerk III 18.03 01020 - Administrative Assistant 25.99 01040 - Court Reporter 17.29 01051 - Data Entry Operator I 13.15 01052 - Data Entry Operator II 14.36 01060 - Dispatcher, Motor Vehicle 19.27 01070 - Document Preparation Clerk 13.45 01090 - Duplicating Machine Operator 13.45 01111 - General Clerk I 11.32 01112 - General Clerk II 12.54 01113 - General Clerk III 15.30 01120 - Housing Referral Assistant 21.60 01141 - Messenger Courier 10.70 01191 - Order Clerk I 13.51 01192 - Order Clerk II 14.75 01261 - Personnel Assistant (Employment) I 16.10 01262 - Personnel Assistant (Employment) II 18.02 01263 - Personnel Assistant (Employment) III 20.09 01270 - Production Control Clerk 21.36 01280 - Receptionist 13.60 01290 - Rental Clerk 15.30 01300 - Scheduler, Maintenance 17.32 01311 - Secretary I 17.32 01312 - Secretary II 19.38 01313 - Secretary III 21.60 01320 - Service Order Dispatcher 17.11 01410 - Supply Technician 25.99 01420 - Survey Worker 17.29 01531 - Travel Clerk I 13.07 01532 - Travel Clerk II 14.04 01533 - Travel Clerk III 15.06 01611 - Word Processor I 12.80 01612 - Word Processor II 15.30 01613 - Word Processor III 17.29 05000 - Automotive Service Occupations 05005 - Automobile Body Repairer, Fiberglass 22.31 05010 - Automotive Electrician 21.40 05040 - Automotive Glass Installer 21.40 05070 - Automotive Worker 21.93 05110 - Mobile Equipment Servicer 16.07 05130 - Motor Equipment Metal Mechanic 22.98 05160 - Motor Equipment Metal Worker 21.40 05190 - Motor Vehicle Mechanic 22.99 05220 - Motor Vehicle Mechanic Helper 17.15 05250 - Motor Vehicle Upholstery Worker 20.43 05280 - Motor Vehicle Wrecker 20.43 05310 - Painter, Automotive 19.45 05340 - Radiator Repair Specialist 20.43 05370 - Tire Repairer 11.39 05400 - Transmission Repair Specialist 22.98 07000 - Food Preparation And Service Occupations 07010 - Baker 12.14 07041 - Cook I 9.39 07042 - Cook II 10.63 07070 - Dishwasher 8.55 07130 - Food Service Worker 9.61 07210 - Meat Cutter 13.63 07260 - Waiter/Waitress 8.43 09000 - Furniture Maintenance And Repair Occupations 09010 - Electrostatic Spray Painter 14.72 09040 - Furniture Handler 11.79 09080 - Furniture Refinisher 14.72 09090 - Furniture Refinisher Helper 11.79 09110 - Furniture Repairer, Minor 12.94 09130 - Upholsterer 14.13 11000 - General Services And Support Occupations 11030 - Cleaner, Vehicles 10.81 11060 - Elevator Operator 9.70 11090 - Gardener 12.67 11122 - Housekeeping Aide 9.63 11150 - Janitor 9.70 11210 - Laborer, Grounds Maintenance 10.39 11240 - Maid or Houseman 8.04 11260 - Pruner 11.58 11270 - Tractor Operator 12.47 11330 - Trail Maintenance Worker 11.07 11360 - Window Cleaner 11.02 12000 - Health Occupations 12010 - Ambulance Driver 16.96 12011 - Breath Alcohol Technician 19.80 12012 - Certified Occupational Therapist Assistant 26.02 12015 - Certified Physical Therapist Assistant 24.86 12020 - Dental Assistant 19.08 12025 - Dental Hygienist 36.14 12030 - EKG Technician 28.89 12035 - Electroneurodiagnostic Technologist 28.89 12040 - Emergency Medical Technician 16.96 12071 - Licensed Practical Nurse I 17.70 12072 - Licensed Practical Nurse II 19.80 12073 - Licensed Practical Nurse III 21.27 12100 - Medical Assistant 14.89 12130 - Medical Laboratory Technician 19.22 12160 - Medical Record Clerk 15.45 12190 - Medical Record Technician 15.92 12195 - Medical Transcriptionist 17.00 12210 - Nuclear Medicine Technologist 33.52 12221 - Nursing Assistant I 10.43 12222 - Nursing Assistant II 11.72 12223 - Nursing Assistant III 12.80 12224 - Nursing Assistant IV 14.36 12235 - Optical Dispenser 15.48 12236 - Optical Technician 12.53 12250 - Pharmacy Technician 14.30 12280 - Phlebotomist 14.36 12305 - Radiologic Technologist 23.47 12311 - Registered Nurse I 25.82 12312 - Registered Nurse II 31.58 12313 - Registered Nurse II, Specialist 31.58 12314 - Registered Nurse III 38.19 12315 - Registered Nurse III, Anesthetist 38.19 12316 - Registered Nurse IV 45.78 12317 - Scheduler (Drug and Alcohol Testing) 24.53 13000 - Information And Arts Occupations 13011 - Exhibits Specialist I 18.77 13012 - Exhibits Specialist II 23.51 13013 - Exhibits Specialist III 28.44 13041 - Illustrator I 24.95 13042 - Illustrator II 30.91 13043 - Illustrator III 37.82 13047 - Librarian 31.56 13050 - Library Aide/Clerk 14.33 13054 - Library Information Technology Systems 25.95 Administrator 13058 - Library Technician 14.53 13061 - Media Specialist I 18.65 13062 - Media Specialist II 20.94 13063 - Media Specialist III 23.34 13071 - Photographer I 15.23 13072 - Photographer II 17.04 13073 - Photographer III 21.11 13074 - Photographer IV 25.53 13075 - Photographer V 29.77 13110 - Video Teleconference Technician 19.70 14000 - Information Technology Occupations 14041 - Computer Operator I 15.84 14042 - Computer Operator II 17.72 14043 - Computer Operator III 21.23 14044 - Computer Operator IV 24.67 14045 - Computer Operator V 27.31 14071 - Computer Programmer I (see 1) 25.07 14072 - Computer Programmer II (see 1) 14073 - Computer Programmer III (see 1) 14074 - Computer Programmer IV (see 1) 14101 - Computer Systems Analyst I (see 1) 14102 - Computer Systems Analyst II (see 1) 14103 - Computer Systems Analyst III (see 1) 14150 - Peripheral Equipment Operator 15.84 14160 - Personal Computer Support Technician 24.67 15000 - Instructional Occupations 15010 - Aircrew Training Devices Instructor (Non-Rated) 33.42 15020 - Aircrew Training Devices Instructor (Rated) 42.54 15030 - Air Crew Training Devices Instructor (Pilot) 46.99 15050 - Computer Based Training Specialist / Instructor 32.25 15060 - Educational Technologist 28.93 15070 - Flight Instructor (Pilot) 46.99 15080 - Graphic Artist 22.70 15090 - Technical Instructor 22.61 15095 - Technical Instructor/Course Developer 26.14 15110 - Test Proctor 18.16 15120 - Tutor 18.16 16000 - Laundry, Dry-Cleaning, Pressing And Related Occupations 16010 - Assembler 9.32 16030 - Counter Attendant 9.32 16040 - Dry Cleaner 11.86 16070 - Finisher, Flatwork, Machine 9.32 16090 - Presser, Hand 9.32 16110 - Presser, Machine, Drycleaning 9.32 16130 - Presser, Machine, Shirts 9.32 16160 - Presser, Machine, Wearing Apparel, Laundry 9.32 16190 - Sewing Machine Operator 12.50 16220 - Tailor 13.33 16250 - Washer, Machine 10.19 19000 - Machine Tool Operation And Repair Occupations 19010 - Machine-Tool Operator (Tool Room) 17.45 19040 - Tool And Die Maker 22.65 21000 - Materials Handling And Packing Occupations 21020 - Forklift Operator 15.02 21030 - Material Coordinator 19.45 21040 - Material Expediter 19.45 21050 - Material Handling Laborer 12.80 21071 - Order Filler 13.57 21080 - Production Line Worker (Food Processing) 15.02 21110 - Shipping Packer 13.52 21130 - Shipping/Receiving Clerk 13.52 21140 - Store Worker I 10.77 21150 - Stock Clerk 15.61 21210 - Tools And Parts Attendant 15.02 21410 - Warehouse Specialist 15.02 23000 - Mechanics And Maintenance And Repair Occupations 23010 - Aerospace Structural Welder 29.75 23021 - Aircraft Mechanic I 28.39 23022 - Aircraft Mechanic II 29.75 23023 - Aircraft Mechanic III 31.14 23040 - Aircraft Mechanic Helper 19.25 23050 - Aircraft, Painter 20.87 23060 - Aircraft Servicer 21.85 23080 - Aircraft Worker 22.97 23110 - Appliance Mechanic 17.18 23120 - Bicycle Repairer 11.39 23125 - Cable Splicer 21.60 23130 - Carpenter, Maintenance 17.25 23140 - Carpet Layer 15.02 23160 - Electrician, Maintenance 20.94 23181 - Electronics Technician Maintenance I 25.01 23182 - Electronics Technician Maintenance II 26.35 23183 - Electronics Technician Maintenance III 27.78 23260 - Fabric Worker 15.63 23290 - Fire Alarm System Mechanic 19.04 23310 - Fire Extinguisher Repairer 15.48 23311 - Fuel Distribution System Mechanic 19.28 23312 - Fuel Distribution System Operator 15.47 23370 - General Maintenance Worker 17.70 23380 - Ground Support Equipment Mechanic 28.39 23381 - Ground Support Equipment Servicer 21.85 23382 - Ground Support Equipment Worker 22.97 23391 - Gunsmith I 15.48 23392 - Gunsmith II 17.79 23393 - Gunsmith III 19.76 23410 - Heating, Ventilation And Air-Conditioning 19.31 Mechanic 23411 - Heating, Ventilation And Air Contditioning 20.23 Mechanic (Research Facility) 23430 - Heavy Equipment Mechanic 18.86 23440 - Heavy Equipment Operator 16.51 23460 - Instrument Mechanic 22.51 23465 - Laboratory/Shelter Mechanic 18.74 23470 - Laborer 11.51 23510 - Locksmith 18.99 23530 - Machinery Maintenance Mechanic 20.83 23550 - Machinist, Maintenance 17.39 23580 - Maintenance Trades Helper 12.97 23591 - Metrology Technician I 22.51 23592 - Metrology Technician II 23.59 23593 - Metrology Technician III 24.69 23640 - Millwright 22.28 23710 - Office Appliance Repairer 17.15 23760 - Painter, Maintenance 16.19 23790 - Pipefitter, Maintenance 22.46 23810 - Plumber, Maintenance 21.38 23820 - Pneudraulic Systems Mechanic 19.76 23850 - Rigger 21.28 23870 - Scale Mechanic 17.79 23890 - Sheet-Metal Worker, Maintenance 18.28 23910 - Small Engine Mechanic 16.15 23931 - Telecommunications Mechanic I 22.19 23932 - Telecommunications Mechanic II 23.17 23950 - Telephone Lineman 20.91 23960 - Welder, Combination, Maintenance 17.39 23965 - Well Driller 19.13 23970 - Woodcraft Worker 19.76 23980 - Woodworker 15.47 24000 - Personal Needs Occupations 24570 - Child Care Attendant 10.73 24580 - Child Care Center Clerk 13.39 24610 - Chore Aide 7.86 24620 - Family Readiness And Support Services 12.46 Coordinator 24630 - Homemaker 17.73 25000 - Plant And System Operations Occupations 25010 - Boiler Tender 22.92 25040 - Sewage Plant Operator 17.35 25070 - Stationary Engineer 22.92 25190 - Ventilation Equipment Tender 14.16 25210 - Water Treatment Plant Operator 17.35 27000 - Protective Service Occupations 27004 - Alarm Monitor 17.51 27007 - Baggage Inspector 12.90 27008 - Corrections Officer 19.21 27010 - Court Security Officer 23.50 27030 - Detection Dog Handler 16.68 27040 - Detention Officer 21.13 27070 - Firefighter 20.79 27101 - Guard I 14.10 27102 - Guard II 16.92 27131 - Police Officer I 26.53 27132 - Police Officer II 29.49 28000 - Recreation Occupations 28041 - Carnival Equipment Operator 11.95 28042 - Carnival Equipment Repairer 12.69 28043 - Carnival Equpment Worker 9.26 28210 - Gate Attendant/Gate Tender 13.60 28310 - Lifeguard 11.19 28350 - Park Attendant (Aide) 15.21 28510 - Recreation Aide/Health Facility Attendant 11.10 28515 - Recreation Specialist 16.36 28630 - Sports Official 12.12 28690 - Swimming Pool Operator 18.88 29000 - Stevedoring/Longshoremen Occupational Services 29010 - Blocker And Bracer 17.12 29020 - Hatch Tender 17.12 29030 - Line Handler 17.12 29041 - Stevedore I 14.98 29042 - Stevedore II 17.08 30000 - Technical Occupations 30010 - Air Traffic Control Specialist, Center (HFO) (see 2) 37.03 30011 - Air Traffic Control Specialist, Station (HFO) (see 3) 25.54 30012 - Air Traffic Control Specialist, Terminal (HFO) (see 3) 28.12 30021 - Archeological Technician I 17.54 30022 - Archeological Technician II 20.27 30023 - Archeological Technician III 25.23 30030 - Cartographic Technician 25.23 30040 - Civil Engineering Technician 24.64 30061 - Drafter/CAD Operator I 18.20 30062 - Drafter/CAD Operator II 20.36 30063 - Drafter/CAD Operator III 22.70 30064 - Drafter/CAD Operator IV 27.94 30081 - Engineering Technician I 15.96 30082 - Engineering Technician II 17.91 30083 - Engineering Technician III 20.03 30084 - Engineering Technician IV 24.82 30085 - Engineering Technician V 30.36 30086 - Engineering Technician VI 36.74 30090 - Environmental Technician 24.73 30210 - Laboratory Technician 21.60 30240 - Mathematical Technician 25.23 30361 - Paralegal/Legal Assistant I 17.84 30362 - Paralegal/Legal Assistant II 22.10 30363 - Paralegal/Legal Assistant III 27.03 30364 - Paralegal/Legal Assistant IV 32.70 30390 - Photo-Optics Technician 25.23 30461 - Technical Writer I 24.36 30462 - Technical Writer II 29.81 30463 - Technical Writer III 35.48 30491 - Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) Technician I 23.54 30492 - Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) Technician II 28.48 30493 - Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) Technician III 34.13 30494 - Unexploded (UXO) Safety Escort 23.54 30495 - Unexploded (UXO) Sweep Personnel 23.54 30620 - Weather Observer, Combined Upper Air Or (see 3) 22.70 Surface Programs 30621 - Weather Observer, Senior (see 3) 25.23 31000 - Transportation/Mobile Equipment Operation Occupations 31020 - Bus Aide 10.18 31030 - Bus Driver 14.88 31043 - Driver Courier 15.51 31260 - Parking and Lot Attendant 8.87 31290 - Shuttle Bus Driver 16.96 31310 - Taxi Driver 9.76 31361 - Truckdriver, Light 16.96 31362 - Truckdriver, Medium 20.50 31363 - Truckdriver, Heavy 21.04 31364 - Truckdriver, Tractor-Trailer 21.04 99000 - Miscellaneous Occupations 99030 - Cashier 9.50 99050 - Desk Clerk 9.75 99095 - Embalmer 18.23 99251 - Laboratory Animal Caretaker I 10.05 99252 - Laboratory Animal Caretaker II 11.00 99310 - Mortician 23.40 99410 - Pest Controller 15.81 99510 - Photofinishing Worker 12.60 99710 - Recycling Laborer 15.88 99711 - Recycling Specialist 18.87 99730 - Refuse Collector 14.05 99810 - Sales Clerk 13.65 99820 - School Crossing Guard 9.09 99830 - Survey Party Chief 23.02 99831 - Surveying Aide 13.34 99832 - Surveying Technician 16.80 99840 - Vending Machine Attendant 14.09 99841 - Vending Machine Repairer 17.06 99842 - Vending Machine Repairer Helper 14.05 ____________________________________________________________________________________ ALL OCCUPATIONS LISTED ABOVE RECEIVE THE FOLLOWING BENEFITS: HEALTH & WELFARE: $3.50 per hour or $140.00 per week or $606.67 per month VACATION: 2 weeks paid vacation after 1 year of service with a contractor or successor; 3 weeks after 5 years, and 4 weeks after 15 years. Length of service includes the whole span of continuous service with the present contractor or successor, wherever employed, and with the predecessor contractors in the performance of similar work at the same Federal facility. (Reg. 29 CFR 4.173) HOLIDAYS: A minimum of ten paid holidays per year, New Year's Day, Martin Luther King Jr's Birthday, Washington's Birthday, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Columbus Day, Veterans' Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day. (A contractor may substitute for any of the named holidays another day off with pay in accordance with a plan communicated to the employees involved.) (See 29 CFR 4174) THE OCCUPATIONS WHICH HAVE NUMBERED FOOTNOTES IN PARENTHESES RECEIVE THE FOLLOWING: 1) COMPUTER EMPLOYEES: Under the SCA at section 8(b), this wage determination does not apply to any employee who individually qualifies as a bona fide executive, administrative, or professional employee as defined in 29 C.F.R. Part 541. Because most Computer System Analysts and Computer Programmers who are compensated at a rate not less than $27.63 (or on a salary or fee basis at a rate not less than $455 per week) an hour would likely qualify as exempt computer professionals, (29 C.F.R. 541. 400) wage rates may not be listed on this wage determination for all occupations within those job families. In addition, because this wage determination may not list a wage rate for some or all occupations within those job families if the survey data indicates that the prevailing wage rate for the occupation equals or exceeds $27.63 per hour conformances may be necessary for certain nonexempt employees. For example, if an individual employee is nonexempt but nevertheless performs duties within the scope of one of the Computer Systems Analyst or Computer Programmer occupations for which this wage determination does not specify an SCA wage rate, then the wage rate for that employee must be conformed in accordance with the conformance procedures described in the conformance note included on this wage determination.

Grand Jury and Deposition Court Reportine Services

Department of Justice, Justice Management Division | Published April 15, 2009  -  Deadline April 30, 2009
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Unless exempted by an addendum to this solicitation, by submission of an offer, the offeror acknowledges the requirement that a prospective awardee shall be registered in the CCR database prior to award, during performance and through final payment of any contract resulting from this solicitation. If the Offeror does not become registered in the CCR database in the time prescribed by the Contracting Officer, the Contracting Officer will proceed to award to the next otherwise successful registered Offeror. Offerors may obtain information on registration and annual confirmation requirements via the internet at http://www.ccr.gov or by calling 1-888-227-2423 or 269-961-5757. (l) Debriefing. If a post-award debriefing is given to requesting offerors, the Government shall disclose the following information, if applicable: (1) The agency�s evaluation of the significant weak or deficient factors in the debriefed offeror�s offer. (2) The overall evaluated cost or price and technical rating of the successful and the debriefed offeror and past performance information on the debriefed offeror. (3) The overall ranking of all offerors, when any ranking was developed by the agency during source selection. (4) A summary of the rationale for award; (5) For acquisitions of commercial items, the make and model of the item to be delivered by the successful offeror. (6) Reasonable responses to relevant questions posed by the debriefed offeror as to whether source-selection procedures set forth in the solicitation, applicable regulations, and other applicable authorities were followed by the agency. (End of provision) L.2 52.212-2 Evaluation � Commercial Items (JAN 1999) (a) The Government will award a contract resulting from this solicitation to the responsible offeror whose offer conforming to the solicitation will be most advantageous to the Government, price and other factors considered. The following factors shall be used to evaluate offers: Evaluation Criteria Organizational Experience Price Organizational Experience � In determining Organizational experience of the contractor, we will evaluate their Past Performance to determine the degree to which a contractor, as an organization, has satisfied its customers. The EOUSA will check each contractor�s client reference to inquire about (1) the quality and timeless of the vendor�s work: (2) reasonableness of its business behavior; and, (3) technical and management capabilities. The EOUSA may check references provided by the contractor, particularly commensurate tasks, and may expand the evaluation to include references not contained in the vendor�s submission. The actual number of reference checked is entirely at the EOUSA�s discretion. Price � The Government intends to make contract award(s) to the offerors whose proposal represents the best value to the Government. The evaluation of price will be based on the Government estimate of quantities and the offeror�s total price. If the Government determines that there are significant differences in technical merit among competing proposals, then a more expensive proposal may by selected for award where the Government determines that the value of the selected proposal is worth the price differential. Each vendor�s price proposal will be evaluated to assess the reasonableness of proposed prices. This evaluation will be based on the information and supporting data provided in the proposal and its compatibility with the evaluation factors identified above. Best Value Source Selection Nonprice evaluation factors, when combined, are significantly more important that price. EOUSA will not select an offer for award on the basis of superior capability without consideration of the amount of its price. The relative influence that capability and price will have on the source selection authority will depend on the marginal differences among the competing offerors. L.3 52.216-1 Type of Contract (APR 1984) The Government contemplates award of an Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity contract with firm fixed unit prices resulting from this solicitation. L.4 52.216-27 Single or Multiple Awards (OCT 1995) The Government may elect to award a single delivery order contract or task order contract or to award multiple delivery order contracts or task order contracts for the same or similar supplies or services to two or more sources under this solicitation. L.5 52.233-2 Service of Protest (Sep 2006) (a) Protests, as defined in section 33.101 of the Federal Acquisition Regulation, that are filed directly with an agency, and copies of any protests that are filed with the General Accounting Office (GAO), shall be served on the Contracting Officer (addressed as follows) by obtaining written and dated acknowledgment of receipt from: Wolfgang Nickle, EOUSA, 600 E Street, NW, Suite 2400, Washington, DC 20530 (b) The copy of any protest shall be received in the office designated above within one day of filing a protest with the GAO. (End of Provision) SECTION M EVALUATION FACTORS FOR AWARD M.1 Evaluation Factors The selection will consist of a Best Value source selection process based upon key personnel, organizational past performance, organizational experience and price. Nonprice evaluation factors, when combined, are significantly more important than price. 1. Capability of the Offeror EOUSA will assess (evaluate) the capability of each offeror on the basis of its proposed key personnel, organizational experience, and organizational past performance. EOUSA will use its assessment of capability as a basis for comparing offeror�s to determine best value. A. Key Personnel The Contractor shall provide personnel with the knowledge, skills and abilities to perform the duties as stated in the Scope of Work. The key personnel shall have experience with recording and transcribing Grand Jury and deposition testimony. B. Organizational Past Performance Past performance is a measure of the degree to which an offeror satisfied its customers in the past and complied with laws and regulations. EOUSA will contact some of the offeror�s customers to ask whether or not they believe (1) that the offeror was capable, efficient, and effective; (2) that the offeror�s performance conformed to the terms and conditions of its contract; (3) that the offeror was reasonable and cooperative during the performance; and (4) that the offeror was committed to customer satisfaction. In evaluating past performance, EOUSA will contact some of the references provided by the offeror and other sources of information, including, but not limited to: other government agencies, better business bureaus, published media, and electronic data bases. Organizations that do not have a past organizational experience record will receive a �neutral� rating. C. Organizational Experience EOUSA will evaluate each offeror�s experience on the basis of its breath, its depth, and its relevance to the work as stated in the Scope of Work. 2. Price EOUSA will evaluate the contractor�s proposed prices to determine that the prices are fair and reasonable. 3. Relative Importance of the Evaluation Factors- Best Value Source Selection Nonprice evaluation factors, when combined, are significantly more important than price. EOUSA will not select an offeror for award on the basis of superior capability without consideration of the offered price. The relative influence that capability and price will have on the source selection authority will depend on the marginal differences among the competing offerors. 4. Source Selection Decision An EOUSA technical evaluation panel will rank offerors from best to worst by making paired comparisons and trading off the marginal differences in capability and price. If one offeror has both the better capability and the lower price, then that offeror will be the better value. If one offeror has the better capability and the higher price, then the technical evaluation panel will decide whether the marginal difference in capability is worth the marginal difference in price. If the technical evaluation panel considers the better capability to be worth the higher price, then the more capable, higher-priced offeror will be the better value. If not, then the less capable, lower-priced offeror will be the better value. ATTACHMENT � J.1 STATEMENT: If you are going to use more than 5 employees covered by the service contract act then the Department of Labor wage rates will apply. See attached Department of Labor wage rates. ATTACHMENT � J.2 SAMPLE COURT REPORTING/ORDERING FORM Date:_____________ Contract Number:_________________ Order Number: ___________________ Services Required: Time, Place and Duration of Services: Special Packaging or Shipping Requirements (if any): Funding: _____________________________ ____________________________ USAO Designated Authorized Caller Contractor I hereby accept the services requested Attachment - J.3 Continuing Contract Performance During a Pandemic Influenza or other National Emergency During a Pandemic or other emergency we understand that our contractor workforce will experience the same high levels of absenteeism as our federal employees. Although the Excusable Delays and Termination for Default clauses used in government contracts list epidemics and quarantine restrictions among the reasons to excuse delays in contract performance, we expect our contractors to make a reasonable effort to keep performance at an acceptable level during emergency periods. The Office of Personnel Management (OPM) has provided guidance to federal managers and employees on the kinds of actions to be taken to ensure the continuity of operations during emergency periods. This guidance is also applicable to our contract workforce. Contractors are expected to have reasonable policies in place for continuing work performance, particularly those performing mission critical services, during a pandemic influenza or other emergency situation. The types of actions a federal contractor should reasonably take to help ensure performance are: � Encourage employees to get inoculations or follow other preventive measures as advised by the public health service. � Contractors should cross-train workers as backup for all positions performing critical services. This is particularly important for work such as guard services where telework is not an option. � Implement telework to the greatest extent possible in the workgroup so systems are in place to support successful remote work in an emergency. � Communicate expectations to all employees regarding their roles and responsibilities in relation to remote work in the event of a pandemic health crisis or other emergency. � Establish communication processes to notify employees of activation of this plan. � Integrate pandemic health crisis response expectations into telework agreements. � With the employee, assess requirements for working at home (supplies and equipment needed for an extended telework period). Contract Security requirements must be considered in making equipment choices; agencies or contractors may wish to avoid use of employees' personal computers and provide them with PCs or laptops as appropriate. � Determine how all employees who may telework will communicate with one another and with management to accomplish work. � Practice telework regularly to ensure effectiveness. � Make it clear that in emergency situations, employees must perform all duties assigned by management, even if they are outside usual or customary duties. � Identify how time and attendance will be maintained. It is the contractor's responsibility to advise the government contracting officer or COTR if they anticipate not being able to perform and to work with the Department to fill gaps as necessary. This means direct communication with the contracting officer, COTR or in his/her absence, another responsible person in the contracting office via telephone or email messages acknowledging the contractors notification. The incumbent contractor is responsible for assisting the Department in estimating the adverse impacts of nonperformance and to work diligently with the Department to develop a strategy for maintaining the continuity of operations. The Department does reserve the right in such emergency situations to use federal employees, employees of other agencies, contract support from other existing contractors, or to enter into new contracts for critical support services. Any new contracting efforts would be acquired following the guidance in the Office of federal Procurement Policy issuance "Emergency Acquisitions", May, 2007 and Subpart 18.2 Emergency Acquisition Flexibilities of the Federal Acquisition Regulations. Attachment - J.4 Security of Systems and Data, Including Personally Identifiable Data. a. Systems Security The work to be performed under this contract requires the handling of data that originated within the Department, data that the contractor manages or acquires for the Department, and/or data that is acquired in order to perform the contract and concerns Department programs or personnel. For all systems handling such data, the contractor shall comply with all security requirements applicable to Department of Justice systems, including but not limited to all Executive Branch system security requirements (e.g., requirements imposed by OMB and NIST), DOJ IT Security Standards, and DOJ Order 2640.2E. The contractor shall provide DOJ access to and information regarding the contractor�s systems when requested by the Department in connection with its efforts to ensure compliance with all such security requirements, and shall otherwise cooperate with the Department in such efforts. DOJ access shall include independent validation testing of controls, system penetration testing by DOJ, FISMA data reviews, and access by the DOJ Office of the Inspector General for its reviews. The use of contractor-owned laptops or other media storage devices to process or store data covered by this clause is prohibited until the contractor provides a letter to the contracting officer (CO) certifying the following requirements: 1. Laptops must employ encryption using a NIST Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) 140-2 approved product; 2. The contractor must develop and implement a process to ensure that security and other applications software is kept up-to-date; 3. Mobile computing devices will utilize anti-viral software and a host-based firewall mechanism. 4. The contractor shall log all computer-readable data extracts from databases holding sensitive information and verify each extract including sensitive data has been erased within 90 days or its use is still required. All DOJ information is sensitive information unless designated as non-sensitive by the Department. 5. Contractor-owned removable media, such as removable hard drives, flash drives, CDs, and floppy disks, containing DOJ data, shall not be removed from DOJ facilities unless encrypted using a NIST FIPS 140-2 approved product; 6. When no longer needed, all removable media and laptop hard drives shall be processed (sanitized, degaussed, or destroyed) in accordance with security requirements applicable to DOJ; 7. Contracting firms shall keep an accurate inventory of devices used on DOJ contracts; 8. Rules of behavior must be signed by users. These rules shall address at a minimum: authorized and official use; prohibition against unauthorized users; and protection of sensitive data and personally identifiable information; 9. All DOJ data will be removed from contractor-owned laptops upon termination of contractor work. This removal must be accomplished in accordance with DOJ IT Security Standard requirements. Certification of data removal will be performed by the contractor�s project manager and a letter confirming certification will be delivered to the CO within 15 days of termination of contractor work. b. Data Security By acceptance of, or performance on, this contract, the contractor agrees that with respect to the data identified in paragraph a, in the event of any actual or suspected breach of such data (i.e., loss of control, compromise, unauthorized disclosure, access for an unauthorized purpose, or other unauthorized access, whether physical or electronic), the contractor will immediately (and in no event later than within one hour of discovery) report the breach to the DOJ CO and the contracting officer�s technical representative (COTR). If the data breach occurs outside of regular business hours and/or neither the CO nor the COTR can be reached, the contractor shall call the DOJ Computer Emergency Readiness Team (DOJCERT) at 1-866-US4-CERT (1-866-874- 2378) within one hour of discovery of the breach. The contractor shall also notify the CO as soon as possible during regular business hours. c. Personally Identifiable Information Notification Requirement The contractor further certifies that it has a security policy in place that contains procedures to promptly notify any individual whose personally identifiable information (as defined by OMB) was, or is reasonably believed to have been, breached. Any notification shall be coordinated with the Department, and shall not proceed until the Department has made a determination that notification would not impede a law enforcement investigation or jeopardize national security. The method and content of any notification by the contractor shall be coordinated with, and be subject to the approval of, the Department. The contractor assumes full responsibility for taking corrective action consistent with the Department�s Data Breach Notification Procedures, which may include offering credit monitoring when appropriate. d. Pass-through of Security Requirements to Subcontractors The requirements set forth in Paragraphs a through c, above, apply to all subcontractors who perform work in connection with this contract. For each subcontractor, the contractor must certify that it has required the subcontractor to adhere to all such requirements. Any breach by a subcontractor of any of the provisions set forth in this clause will be attributed to the contractor. Attachment J-5 WD 05-2375 (Rev.-5) was first posted on www.wdol.gov on 06/03/2008 ****************************************************************************** ****************************************************************************** REGISTER OF WAGE DETERMINATIONS UNDER | U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR THE SERVICE CONTRACT ACT | EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS ADMINISTRATION By direction of the Secretary of Labor | WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION | WASHINGTON D.C. 20210 | | | | Wage Determination No.: 2005-2375 Shirley F. Ebbesen Division of | Revision No.: 5 Director Wage Determinations| Date Of Revision: 05/29/2008 _______________________________________|_______________________________________ State: New York Area: New York Counties of Bronx, Kings, New York, Putnam, Queens, Richmond, Rockland, Westchester OCCUPATION NOTE: Janitor: The rate for the Janitor occupation applies to Putnam, Rockland, and Weschester Counties only. See Wage Determination 1977-0225 for wage rates and fringe benefits for Bronx, Kings, New York, Queens, and Richmond Counties. _______________________________________________________________________________ **Fringe Benefits Required Follow the Occupational Listing** OCCUPATION CODE - TITLE MINIMUM WAGE RATE 01000 - Administrative Support And Clerical Occupations 01011 - Accounting Clerk I 14.33 01012 - Accounting Clerk II 16.28 01013 - Accounting Clerk III 20.96 01020 - Administrative Assistant 27.78 01040 - Court Reporter 21.19 01051 - Data Entry Operator I 13.95 01052 - Data Entry Operator II 15.22 01060 - Dispatcher, Motor Vehicle 25.16 01070 - Document Preparation Clerk 15.15 01090 - Duplicating Machine Operator 14.03 01111 - General Clerk I 13.47 01112 - General Clerk II 15.41 01113 - General Clerk III 17.11 01120 - Housing Referral Assistant 22.74 01141 - Messenger Courier 11.97 01191 - Order Clerk I 18.05 01192 - Order Clerk II 21.67 01261 - Personnel Assistant (Employment) I 17.11 01262 - Personnel Assistant (Employment) II 19.63 01263 - Personnel Assistant (Employment) III 22.12 01270 - Production Control Clerk 22.12 01280 - Receptionist 15.28 01290 - Rental Clerk 17.74 01300 - Scheduler, Maintenance 17.50 01311 - Secretary I 17.50 01312 - Secretary II 21.38 01313 - Secretary III 22.74 01320 - Service Order Dispatcher 20.00 01410 - Supply Technician 27.78 01420 - Survey Worker 19.06 01531 - Travel Clerk I 14.30 01532 - Travel Clerk II 15.50 01533 - Travel Clerk III 16.83 01611 - Word Processor I 16.51 01612 - Word Processor II 18.49 01613 - Word Processor III 21.13 05000 - Automotive Service Occupations 05005 - Automobile Body Repairer, Fiberglass 26.94 05010 - Automotive Electrician 27.14 05040 - Automotive Glass Installer 26.01 05070 - Automotive Worker 26.01 05110 - Mobile Equipment Servicer 23.26 05130 - Motor Equipment Metal Mechanic 28.87 05160 - Motor Equipment Metal Worker 26.01 05190 - Motor Vehicle Mechanic 28.27 05220 - Motor Vehicle Mechanic Helper 22.05 05250 - Motor Vehicle Upholstery Worker 24.88 05280 - Motor Vehicle Wrecker 26.01 05310 - Painter, Automotive 27.14 05340 - Radiator Repair Specialist 26.01 05370 - Tire Repairer 18.22 05400 - Transmission Repair Specialist 28.27 07000 - Food Preparation And Service Occupations 07010 - Baker 19.55 07041 - Cook I 17.97 07042 - Cook II 19.55 07070 - Dishwasher 14.67 07130 - Food Service Worker 14.67 07210 - Meat Cutter 19.55 07260 - Waiter/Waitress 15.50 09000 - Furniture Maintenance And Repair Occupations 09010 - Electrostatic Spray Painter 20.13 09040 - Furniture Handler 15.30 09080 - Furniture Refinisher 20.13 09090 - Furniture Refinisher Helper 16.90 09110 - Furniture Repairer, Minor 18.51 09130 - Upholsterer 20.13 11000 - General Services And Support Occupations 11030 - Cleaner, Vehicles 14.92 11060 - Elevator Operator 14.67 11090 - Gardener 17.97 11122 - Housekeeping Aide 14.82 11150 - Janitor 15.05 11210 - Laborer, Grounds Maintenance 15.50 11240 - Maid or Houseman 13.98 11260 - Pruner 12.52 11270 - Tractor Operator 17.13 11330 - Trail Maintenance Worker 15.50 11360 - Window Cleaner 16.25 12000 - Health Occupations 12010 - Ambulance Driver 18.77 12011 - Breath Alcohol Technician 22.06 12012 - Certified Occupational Therapist Assistant 20.71 12015 - Certified Physical Therapist Assistant 19.52 12020 - Dental Assistant 15.42 12025 - Dental Hygienist 32.27 12030 - EKG Technician 23.64 12035 - Electroneurodiagnostic Technologist 23.64 12040 - Emergency Medical Technician 20.65 12071 - Licensed Practical Nurse I 18.36 12072 - Licensed Practical Nurse II 20.66 12073 - Licensed Practical Nurse III 22.95 12100 - Medical Assistant 15.22 12130 - Medical Laboratory Technician 20.30 12160 - Medical Record Clerk 17.28 12190 - Medical Record Technician 19.68 12195 - Medical Transcriptionist 17.28 12210 - Nuclear Medicine Technologist 32.31 12221 - Nursing Assistant I 9.80 12222 - Nursing Assistant II 13.16 12223 - Nursing Assistant III 14.36 12224 - Nursing Assistant IV 16.01 12235 - Optical Dispenser 21.71 12236 - Optical Technician 14.20 12250 - Pharmacy Technician 13.74 12280 - Phlebotomist 14.26 12305 - Radiologic Technologist 27.33 12311 - Registered Nurse I 31.55 12312 - Registered Nurse II 34.68 12313 - Registered Nurse II, Specialist 34.68 12314 - Registered Nurse III 43.98 12315 - Registered Nurse III, Anesthetist 43.98 12316 - Registered Nurse IV 52.78 12317 - Scheduler (Drug and Alcohol Testing) 25.47 13000 - Information And Arts Occupations 13011 - Exhibits Specialist I 21.91 13012 - Exhibits Specialist II 29.59 13013 - Exhibits Specialist III 33.39 13041 - Illustrator I 21.91 13042 - Illustrator II 26.70 13043 - Illustrator III 30.13 13047 - Librarian 37.25 13050 - Library Aide/Clerk 14.35 13054 - Library Information Technology Systems Administrator 29.89 13058 - Library Technician 21.91 13061 - Media Specialist I 19.56 13062 - Media Specialist II 21.78 13063 - Media Specialist III 24.18 13071 - Photographer I 18.78 13072 - Photographer II 21.93 13073 - Photographer III 29.89 13074 - Photographer IV 34.99 13075 - Photographer V 42.32 13110 - Video Teleconference Technician 18.78 14000 - Information Technology Occupations 14041 - Computer Operator I 18.75 14042 - Computer Operator II 21.07 14043 - Computer Operator III 23.60 14044 - Computer Operator IV 26.94 14045 - Computer Operator V 28.87 14071 - Computer Programmer I (1) 27.62 14072 - Computer Programmer II (1) 27.62 14073 - Computer Programmer III (1) 27.62 14074 - Computer Programmer IV (1) 27.62 14101 - Computer Systems Analyst I (1) 27.62 14102 - Computer Systems Analyst II (1) 27.62 14103 - Computer Systems Analyst III (1) 27.62 14150 - Peripheral Equipment Operator 18.75 14160 - Personal Computer Support Technician 26.94 15000 - Instructional Occupations 15010 - Aircrew Training Devices Instructor (Non-Rated) 35.73 15020 - Aircrew Training Devices Instructor (Rated) 40.44 15030 - Air Crew Training Devices Instructor (Pilot) 44.50 15050 - Computer Based Training Specialist / Instructor 35.73 15060 - Educational Technologist 29.38 15070 - Flight Instructor (Pilot) 44.50 15080 - Graphic Artist 30.38 15090 - Technical Instructor 28.58 15095 - Technical Instructor/Course Developer 34.85 15110 - Test Proctor 23.24 15120 - Tutor 23.24 16000 - Laundry, Dry-Cleaning, Pressing And Related Occupations 16010 - Assembler 10.40 16030 - Counter Attendant 10.40 16040 - Dry Cleaner 12.80 16070 - Finisher, Flatwork, 10.40 16110 - Presser, Machine, Drycleaning 10.40 16130 - Presser, Machine, Shirts 10.40 16160 - Presser, Machine, Wearing Apparel, Laundry 10.40 16190 - Sewing Machine Operator 13.59 16220 - Tailor 14.36 16250 - Washer, Machine 11.27 19000 - Machine Tool Operation And Repair Occupations 19010 - Machine-Tool Operator (Tool Room) 20.13 19040 - Tool And Die Maker 23.35 21000 - Materials Handling And Packing Occupations 21020 - Forklift Operator 16.96 21030 - Material Coordinator 21.70 21040 - Material Expediter 21.70 21050 - Material Handling Laborer 16.41 21071 - Order Filler 14.16 21080 - Production Line Worker (Food Processing) 16.96 21110 - Shipping Packer 15.28 21130 - Shipping/Receiving Clerk 15.28 21140 - Store Worker I 13.48 21150 - Stock Clerk 16.89 21210 - Tools And Parts Attendant 16.96 21410 - Warehouse Specialist 16.96 23000 - Mechanics And Maintenance And Repair Occupations 23010 - Aerospace Structural Welder 27.47 23021 - Aircraft Mechanic I 26.16 23022 - Aircraft Mechanic II 27.47 23023 - Aircraft Mechanic III 28.84 23040 - Aircraft Mechanic Helper 21.12 23050 - Aircraft, Painter 21.21 23060 - Aircraft Servicer 24.13 23110 - Appliance Mechanic 20.36 23120 - Bicycle Repairer 17.13 23125 - Cable Splicer 31.99 23130 - Carpenter, Maintenance 28.34 23140 - Carpet Layer 26.98 23160 - Electrician, Maintenance 37.18 23181 - Electronics Technician Maintenance I 23.39 23182 - Electronics Technician Maintenance II 29.17 23183 - Electronics Technician Maintenance III 31.14 23260 - Fabric Worker 23.18 23290 - Fire Alarm System Mechanic 21.67 23310 - Fire Extinguisher Repairer 20.54 23311 - Fuel Distribution System Mechanic 25.98 23312 - Fuel Distribution System Operator 21.56 23370 - General Maintenance Worker 20.88 23380 - Ground Support Equipment Mechanic 26.16 23381 - Ground Support Equipment Servicer 23.13 23382 - Ground Support Equipment Worker 24.13 23391 - Gunsmith I 20.54 23392 - Gunsmith II 22.77 23393 - Gunsmith III 24.75 23410 - Heating, Ventilation And Air-Conditioning Mechanic 22.97 23411 - Heating, Ventilation And Air Contditioning Mechanic (Research Facility) 23.88 23430 - Heavy Equipment Mechanic 24.59 23440 - Heavy Equipment Operator 34.38 23460 - Instrument Mechanic 25.56 23465 - Laboratory/Shelter Mechanic 23.76 23470 - Laborer 15.95 23510 - Locksmith 20.31 23530 - Machinery Maintenance Mechanic 23.45 23550 - Machinist, Maintenance 20.81 23580 - Maintenance Trades Helper 16.90 23591 - Metrology Technician I 25.56 23592 - Metrology Technician II 26.57 23593 - Metrology Technician III 27.55 23640 - Millwright 26.65 23710 - Office Appliance Repairer 22.95 23760 - Painter, Maintenance 23.15 23790 - Pipefitter, Maintenance 29.89 23810 - Plumber, Maintenance 30.95 23820 - Pneudraulic Systems Mechanic 24.75 23850 - Rigger 23.02 23870 - Scale Mechanic 22.77 23890 - Sheet-Metal Worker, Maintenance 30.55 23910 - Small Engine Mechanic 19.30 23931 - Telecommunications Mechanic I 29.13 23932 - Telecommunications Mechanic II 31.02 23950 - Telephone Lineman 29.12 23960 - Welder, Combination, Maintenance 20.93 23965 - Well Driller 24.89 23970 - Woodcraft Worker 23.38 23980 - Woodworker 17.73 24000 - Personal Needs Occupations 24570 - Child Care Attendant 13.87 24580 - Child Care Center Clerk 17.30 24610 - Chore Aide 12.67 24620 - Family Readiness And Support Services Coordinator 14.25 24630 - Homemaker 19.21 25000 - Plant And System Operations Occupations 25010 - Boiler Tender 28.06 25040 - Sewage Plant Operator 27.01 25070 - Stationary Engineer 28.06 25190 - Ventilation Equipment Tender 21.53 25210 - Water Treatment Plant Operator 27.01 27000 - Protective Service Occupations 27004 - Alarm Monitor 17.32 27007 - Baggage Inspector 15.39 27008 - Corrections Officer 27.21 27010 - Court Security Officer 27.55 27030 - Detection Dog Handler 19.61 27040 - Detention Officer 27.21 27070 - Firefighter 27.88 27101 - Guard I 15.39 27102 - Guard II 19.61 27131 - Police Officer I 29.43 27132 - Police Officer II 32.67 28000 - Recreation Occupations 28041 - Carnival Equipment Operator 17.13 28042 - Carnival Equipment Repairer 17.97 28043 - Carnival Equpment Worker 14.67 28210 - Gate Attendant/Gate Tender 13.67 28310 - Lifeguard 11.94 28350 - Park Attendant (Aide) 15.29 28510 - Recreation Aide/Health Facility Attendant 11.17 28515 - Recreation Specialist 18.95 28630 - Sports Official 12.18 28690 - Swimming Pool Operator 20.98 29000 - Stevedoring/Longshoremen Occupational Services 29010 - Blocker And Bracer 27.18 29020 - Hatch Tender 27.18 29030 - Line Handler 27.18 29041 - Stevedore I 23.69 29042 - Stevedore II 25.77 30000 - Technical Occupations 30010 - Air Traffic Control Specialist, Center (HFO) (2) 36.47 30011 - Air Traffic Control Specialist, Station (HFO) (2) 25.15 30012 - Air Traffic Control Specialist, Terminal (HFO) (2) 27.69 30021 - Archeological Technician I 16.92 30022 - Archeological Technician II 18.37 30023 - Archeological Technician III 25.52 30030 - Cartographic Technician 25.52 30040 - Civil Engineering Technician 24.06 30061 - Drafter/CAD Operator I 18.43 30062 - Drafter/CAD Operator II 21.41 30063 - Drafter/CAD Operator III 23.77 30064 - Drafter/CAD Operator IV 27.62 30081 - Engineering Technician I 17.77 30082 - Engineering Technician II 19.99 30083 - Engineering Technician III 24.15 30084 - Engineering Technician IV 27.76 30085 - Engineering Technician V 32.62 30086 - Engineering Technician VI 38.07 30090 - Environmental Technician 22.90 30210 - Laboratory Technician 21.67 30240 - Mathematical Technician 25.11 30361 - Paralegal/Legal Assistant I 21.14 30362 - Paralegal/Legal Assistant II 26.91 30363 - Paralegal/Legal Assistant III 32.98 30364 - Paralegal/Legal Assistant IV 39.71 30390 - Photo-Optics Technician 25.91 30461 - Technical Writer I 25.87 30462 - Technical Writer II 31.65 30463 - Technical Writer III 38.30 30491 - Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) Technician I 23.17 30492 - Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) Technician II 28.04 30493 - Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) Technician III 33.61 30494 - Unexploded (UXO) Safety Escort 23.17 30495 - Unexploded (UXO) Sweep Personnel 23.17 30620 - Weather Observer, Combined Upper Air Or Surface Programs (2) 23.77 30621 - Weather Observer, Senior (2) 26.95 31000 - Transportation/Mobile Equipment Operation Occupations 31020 - Bus Aide 16.40 31030 - Bus Driver 19.89 31043 - Driver Courier 16.72 31260 - Parking and Lot Attendant 10.97 31290 - Shuttle Bus Driver 17.75 31310 - Taxi Driver 15.21 31361 - Truckdriver, Light 17.75 31362 - Truckdriver, Medium 18.76 31363 - Truckdriver, Heavy 23.10 31364 - Truckdriver, Tractor-Trailer 23.10 99000 - Miscellaneous Occupations 99030 - Cashier 10.95 99050 - Desk Clerk 16.69 99095 - Embalmer 28.51 99251 - Laboratory Animal Caretaker I 16.32 99252 - Laboratory Animal Caretaker II 17.14 99310 - Mortician 30.19 99410 - Pest Controller 18.75 99510 - Photofinishing Worker 14.14 99710 - Recycling Laborer 15.57 99711 - Recycling Specialist 17.72 99730 - Refuse Collector 14.67 99810 - Sales Clerk 12.66 99820 - School Crossing Guard 14.67 99830 - Survey Party Chief 21.32 99831 - Surveying Aide 13.95 99832 - Surveying Technician 19.12 99840 - Vending Machine Attendant 15.86 99841 - Vending Machine Repairer 19.40 99842 - Vending Machine Repairer Helper 15.68 ________________________________________________________________________________ ALL OCCUPATIONS LISTED ABOVE RECEIVE THE FOLLOWING BENEFITS: HEALTH & WELFARE: $3.24 per hour or $129.60 per week or $561.60 per month VACATION: 2 weeks paid vacation after 1 year of service with a contractor or successor; 3 weeks after 5 years, 4 weeks after 10 years, and 5 weeks after 20 years.

ID0816000139 Medical Surgical Instruments for the VAMC Montana

General Services Administration, Federal Acquisition Service (FAS) | Published March 1, 2017  -  Deadline March 10, 2017
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HOOK PLATE •·       .062" WIRE CUTTER WITH SAFETY INSERTS •·       DEPTH DEVICE •·       PIN TIP, DRILL, 3.5MM •·       DRILL, PIN TIP, 4.0 MM •·       5TH METATARSAL FRACTURE INSTRUMENT CASE •·       DRILL, CANNULATED, 3.5MM •·       DRILL, CANNULATED, 4.0MM •·       BONE TAP, CANNULATED, 4.5MM •·       BONE TAP, CANNULATED, 5.5MM •·       BONE TAP, CANNULATED, 6.0MM •·       DRILL GUIDE, 2.0MM •·       DRILL GUIDE, 3.5MM •·       DRILL GUIDE, 4.5MM •·       DRILL GUIDE, 5.5MM •·       DRILL GUIDE, 6.0MM 2     0081 Shoulder Instrument Case 1     0082 Reusable OBTR For AR-6560 & AR 6562 1     0083 OBTR For AR 6550, AR 6567, OR AR 6570 1     0084 OBTURATOR REUSABLE FOR AR 6530 1     0085 Suture Hook 1     0086 Switching Stick Extra Long 4 MM 2     0087 Pentrtr Sutr Retriver 15 degree UP CRVD 1     0088 Curette Ring 3.4 MM Cutting Both 1     0089 Punch for CRKSCREW FT & SWVLK ANCHS 1     0090 Punch for 3.5MM Pushlock 1     0091 Fastpass Scorpion SL-MF 1     0092 Fiber Tape Retriever W/SR Handle 1     0093 Kingfir SUTR RETVR TISS GRSPR W/SR handle 1     0094 Elevator 30 degree shoulder tissue 1     0095 Elevator 15 degree shoulder tissue 1     0096 Fiber Tape Cutter 1     0097 RASP BANKART 1     0098 RASP GLENOID 1     0099 SLAP RASP 1     0100 Knot Pusher, Closed End 1     0101 RASP Shoulder Debridement 1     0102 Suture Retriever 3.4 MM Straight 1     0103 Suture Cutter 4.2MM Straight 1     0104 Birdbeak 2.75MM 22 degree up tip 1     0105 Birdbeak 2.75MM 45 degree up tip 1     0106 Suture cutter open ended left notch 1     0107 Probe hook 3.4MM Tip W/5MM Markings 1     0108 QCKFix CANN SCRW SYS Instrument to include: Trim in Depth Gauge Small, Drill Guide .86/1.7MM, Drill Guide 3.0/4.0MM, Cannulated Depth Device 2.0/2 4 MM, Depth Device, 3.0MM Cannulated, Drill bit 2.5MM Cannulated, Depth Guide 4.0MM,  Triple Play Device 2.0/2.4MM Screws, Triple Play Device 3.0MM, Triple Play Device 4.0MM, Driver Shaft, T8 Hexalobe cannulated, Driver Shaft T10 Hexalobe Cannulated, Drill bit cannulated 1.7MM, Cleaning stylet 2.0/2.4MM, Cleaning Stylet 3.0MM, Cleaning Stylet 4.0MM, Countersink 2.0/2.4MM Cannulated, Countersink 3.0MM Cannulated, DRV SFT T8 Hexalobe CANN STR, DRV SFT T10 HEXALOBE, CANN STR, DRV SFT T15 Hexalobe CAnn STR, 2.0MM DRILL BIT CMP FT Callibrated, 2.7MM Drill Bit CMP FT Calibrated, Depth device micro/mini CMP FT, 1.5 MM HEX CMP FT, T10 Hexalobbe CMPT FT, Percutaneous drill guide COMP FT, OBTURATOR CMP FT, 1.5MM HEX Driver Solid CMP FT, Profile drill Micro CMP FT, Profile Drill Mini CMP FT, Parallel Guide Micro CMP FT       0109 LO PRO SCRW TI 3.0 MMX 10 MMCORT 3     0110 LO PRO SCRW TI 3.0MMX 12MM CORT 3     0111 LO-PRO TI 3.0MMX 10MMCORT 3     0112 LO-PRO TI 3.0MMX 12MMCORT 3     0113 LO-PRO TI 3.0MMX 14MMCORT 3     0114 LO-PRO TI 3.0MMX 16MMCORT 3     0115 LO-PRO TI 3.0MMX 16MMCORT PT THD 2     0116 LO-PROSCRW TI 3.0MMX 22MMCORT 3     0117 LO PRO SCRW TI 3X 22MMCANN PT THD 2     0118 LO PRO SCRW TI 3X 24MMCANN PT THD 2     0119 LO PRO SCRW TI 3X 26MMCANN PT THD 2     0120 LO PRO SCRW TI 3X 28MMCANN PT THD 2     0122 LO PRO SCRW TI 3X 30MMCANN PT THD 2     0123 LO PRO SCRW TI 3X 32MMCANN PT THD 2     0124 LO PRO SCRW TI 3X 34MMCANN PT THD 2     0125 LO PRO SCRW TI 3X 36MMCANN PT THD 2     0126 LO PRO SCRW TI 3X 38MMCANN PT THD 2     0127 LO PRO SCRW TI 3X 40MMCANN PT THD 2     0128 LO-PRO Lock SCRW TI 3.0MMX 10MM 3     0129 LO-PRO Lock SCRW TI 3.0MMX 12MM 3     0130 LO-PRO Lock SCRW TI 3.0MMX 14MM 3     0131 LO-PRO Lock SCRW TI 3.0MMX 16MM 3     0132 LO-PRO Lock SCRW TI 3.0MMX 18MM 3     0133 LO-PRO Lock SCRW TI 3.0MMX 20MM 3     0134 LO-PRO Lock SCRW TI 3.0MMX 22MM 3     0135 LO-PRO Lock SCRW TI 3.0MMX 24MM 3     0136 LO-PRO Lock SCRW TI 3.0MMX 26MMTI 3     0137 LO-PRO MTP PLT CONTRD LNG L TI 1     0138 LO PRO MTP PLT TM CONTRD SHT L TI 1     0139 LO PRO CONTRD STD R TI 1     0140 LO PRO STR MTP PLT LNG TI 1     0141 LO PRO STR MTP PLT SHT TI 1     0142 LO PRO STR MTP PLT LNG TI       0143 LO PRO STR NTP PLT SHT TI 1     0144 LO PRO STR MTP PLT STD TI 1     0145 FOREFOOT FUSION MODULE 1     0146 Quickfix SCRW TI CANN PT 2.0X 2     0147 QCKFIX SCRW TI CANN PT 2.0X 10MM 2     0148 QCKFIX SCRW TI CANN PT 2.0X12MM 2     0149 QCKFIX SCRW TI CANN PT 2.0X16MM 2     0150 QCKFIX SCRW TI CANN PT 2.0X18MM 2     0151 QCKFIX SCRW TI CANN PT 2.0X 20MM 2     0152 QCKFIX SCRW TI CANN PT 2.4X 6     0153 QCKFIX SCRW TI CANN PT 2.4X 12MM 2     0154 QCKFIX SCRW TI CANN PT 2.4X16MM 2     0155 QCKFIX SCRW TI CANN PT 2.4X18MM 2     0156 QCKFIX SCRW TI CANN PT 2.4X20MM 2     0157 QCK FIX SCRW TI CANC PT PT 3.0X 10 MM 2     0158 QCK FIX SCRW TI CANC PT PT 3.0X 12 MM 2     0159 QCK FIX SCRW TI CANC PT PT 3.0X 14 MM 2     0160 QCK FIX SCRW TI CANC PT PT 3.0X 16 MM 1     0161 QCK FIX SCRW TI CANC PT PT 3.0X 18 MM 2     0162 QCK FIX SCRW TI CANC PT PT 3.0X 20 MM 2     0163 QCK FIX SCRW TI CANC PT PT 3.0X 22 MM 1     0164 QCKFIX SCREW TI CANC PT 3.0X 2     0165 QCKFIX SCRW TI CANC PT 3.0 X 26 MM 1     0166 QCKFIX SCRW TI CANN ST CANC 4.0X 15                   Total Order Amount: $     DESCRIPTION OF REQUIREMENTS FOR THE ITEMS TO BE REQUIRED: The Contractor is to ship directly to the VA Medical Center at Ft.

Surgical Instruments for the VAMC Montana

General Services Administration, Federal Acquisition Service (FAS) | Published March 23, 2017  -  Deadline March 27, 2017
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HOOK PLATE •·       .062" WIRE CUTTER WITH SAFETY INSERTS •·       DEPTH DEVICE •·       PIN TIP, DRILL, 3.5MM •·       DRILL, PIN TIP, 4.0 MM •·       5TH METATARSAL FRACTURE INSTRUMENT CASE •·       DRILL, CANNULATED, 3.5MM •·       DRILL, CANNULATED, 4.0MM •·       BONE TAP, CANNULATED, 4.5MM •·       BONE TAP, CANNULATED, 5.5MM •·       BONE TAP, CANNULATED, 6.0MM •·       DRILL GUIDE, 2.0MM •·       DRILL GUIDE, 3.5MM •·       DRILL GUIDE, 4.5MM •·       DRILL GUIDE, 5.5MM •·       DRILL GUIDE, 6.0MM 2     0081 Shoulder Instrument Case 1     0082 Reusable OBTR For AR-6560 & AR 6562 1     0083 OBTR For AR 6550, AR 6567, OR AR 6570 1     0084 OBTURATOR REUSABLE FOR AR 6530 1     0085 Suture Hook 1     0086 Switching Stick Extra Long 4 MM 2     0087 Pentrtr Sutr Retriver 15 degree UP CRVD 1     0088 Curette Ring 3.4 MM Cutting Both 1     0089 Punch for CRKSCREW FT & SWVLK ANCHS 1     0090 Punch for 3.5MM Pushlock 1     0091 Fastpass Scorpion SL-MF 1     0092 Fiber Tape Retriever W/SR Handle 1     0093 Kingfir SUTR RETVR TISS GRSPR W/SR handle 1     0094 Elevator 30 degree shoulder tissue 1     0095 Elevator 15 degree shoulder tissue 1     0096 Fiber Tape Cutter 1     0097 RASP BANKART 1     0098 RASP GLENOID 1     0099 SLAP RASP 1     0100 Knot Pusher, Closed End 1     0101 RASP Shoulder Debridement 1     0102 Suture Retriever 3.4 MM Straight 1     0103 Suture Cutter 4.2MM Straight 1     0104 Birdbeak 2.75MM 22 degree up tip 1     0105 Birdbeak 2.75MM 45 degree up tip 1     0106 Suture cutter open ended left notch 1     0107 Probe hook 3.4MM Tip W/5MM Markings 1     0108 QCKFix CANN SCRW SYS Instrument to include: Trim in Depth Gauge Small, Drill Guide .86/1.7MM, Drill Guide 3.0/4.0MM, Cannulated Depth Device 2.0/2 4 MM, Depth Device, 3.0MM Cannulated, Drill bit 2.5MM Cannulated, Depth Guide 4.0MM,  Triple Play Device 2.0/2.4MM Screws, Triple Play Device 3.0MM, Triple Play Device 4.0MM, Driver Shaft, T8 Hexalobe cannulated, Driver Shaft T10 Hexalobe Cannulated, Drill bit cannulated 1.7MM, Cleaning stylet 2.0/2.4MM, Cleaning Stylet 3.0MM, Cleaning Stylet 4.0MM, Countersink 2.0/2.4MM Cannulated, Countersink 3.0MM Cannulated, DRV SFT T8 Hexalobe CANN STR, DRV SFT T10 HEXALOBE, CANN STR, DRV SFT T15 Hexalobe CAnn STR, 2.0MM DRILL BIT CMP FT Callibrated, 2.7MM Drill Bit CMP FT Calibrated, Depth device micro/mini CMP FT, 1.5 MM HEX CMP FT, T10 Hexalobbe CMPT FT, Percutaneous drill guide COMP FT, OBTURATOR CMP FT, 1.5MM HEX Driver Solid CMP FT, Profile drill Micro CMP FT, Profile Drill Mini CMP FT, Parallel Guide Micro CMP FT       0109 LO PRO SCRW TI 3.0 MMX 10 MMCORT 3     0110 LO PRO SCRW TI 3.0MMX 12MM CORT 3     0111 LO-PRO TI 3.0MMX 10MMCORT 3     0112 LO-PRO TI 3.0MMX 12MMCORT 3     0113 LO-PRO TI 3.0MMX 14MMCORT 3     0114 LO-PRO TI 3.0MMX 16MMCORT 3     0115 LO-PRO TI 3.0MMX 16MMCORT PT THD 2     0116 LO-PROSCRW TI 3.0MMX 22MMCORT 3     0117 LO PRO SCRW TI 3X 22MMCANN PT THD 2     0118 LO PRO SCRW TI 3X 24MMCANN PT THD 2     0119 LO PRO SCRW TI 3X 26MMCANN PT THD 2     0120 LO PRO SCRW TI 3X 28MMCANN PT THD 2     0122 LO PRO SCRW TI 3X 30MMCANN PT THD 2     0123 LO PRO SCRW TI 3X 32MMCANN PT THD 2     0124 LO PRO SCRW TI 3X 34MMCANN PT THD 2     0125 LO PRO SCRW TI 3X 36MMCANN PT THD 2     0126 LO PRO SCRW TI 3X 38MMCANN PT THD 2     0127 LO PRO SCRW TI 3X 40MMCANN PT THD 2     0128 LO-PRO Lock SCRW TI 3.0MMX 10MM 3     0129 LO-PRO Lock SCRW TI 3.0MMX 12MM 3     0130 LO-PRO Lock SCRW TI 3.0MMX 14MM 3     0131 LO-PRO Lock SCRW TI 3.0MMX 16MM 3     0132 LO-PRO Lock SCRW TI 3.0MMX 18MM 3     0133 LO-PRO Lock SCRW TI 3.0MMX 20MM 3     0134 LO-PRO Lock SCRW TI 3.0MMX 22MM 3     0135 LO-PRO Lock SCRW TI 3.0MMX 24MM 3     0136 LO-PRO Lock SCRW TI 3.0MMX 26MMTI 3     0137 LO-PRO MTP PLT CONTRD LNG L TI 1     0138 LO PRO MTP PLT TM CONTRD SHT L TI 1     0139 LO PRO CONTRD STD R TI 1     0140 LO PRO STR MTP PLT LNG TI 1     0141 LO PRO STR MTP PLT SHT TI 1     0142 LO PRO STR MTP PLT LNG TI       0143 LO PRO STR NTP PLT SHT TI 1     0144 LO PRO STR MTP PLT STD TI 1     0145 FOREFOOT FUSION MODULE 1     0146 Quickfix SCRW TI CANN PT 2.0X 2     0147 QCKFIX SCRW TI CANN PT 2.0X 10MM 2     0148 QCKFIX SCRW TI CANN PT 2.0X12MM 2     0149 QCKFIX SCRW TI CANN PT 2.0X16MM 2     0150 QCKFIX SCRW TI CANN PT 2.0X18MM 2     0151 QCKFIX SCRW TI CANN PT 2.0X 20MM 2     0152 QCKFIX SCRW TI CANN PT 2.4X 6     0153 QCKFIX SCRW TI CANN PT 2.4X 12MM 2     0154 QCKFIX SCRW TI CANN PT 2.4X16MM 2     0155 QCKFIX SCRW TI CANN PT 2.4X18MM 2     0156 QCKFIX SCRW TI CANN PT 2.4X20MM 2     0157 QCK FIX SCRW TI CANC PT PT 3.0X 10 MM 2     0158 QCK FIX SCRW TI CANC PT PT 3.0X 12 MM 2     0159 QCK FIX SCRW TI CANC PT PT 3.0X 14 MM 2     0160 QCK FIX SCRW TI CANC PT PT 3.0X 16 MM 1     0161 QCK FIX SCRW TI CANC PT PT 3.0X 18 MM 2     0162 QCK FIX SCRW TI CANC PT PT 3.0X 20 MM 2     0163 QCK FIX SCRW TI CANC PT PT 3.0X 22 MM 1     0164 QCKFIX SCREW TI CANC PT 3.0X 2     0165 QCKFIX SCRW TI CANC PT 3.0 X 26 MM 1     0166 QCKFIX SCRW TI CANN ST CANC 4.0X 15                   Total Order Amount: $         DESCRIPTION OF REQUIREMENTS FOR THE ITEMS TO BE REQUIRED: The Contractor is to ship directly to the VA Medical Center at Ft.

PURCHASE OF 1 (ONE) FORKLIFT OF NEW CAPACITY OF 60 Q.LI EQUIPPED WITH CLAMP FLAT FOR LIFTING OF WASTE ecoballe

Trapani Servizi S.p.A. - Acquisti/Gare | Published February 24, 2017  -  Deadline March 15, 2017
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42417000

PURCHASE OF 1 (ONE) FORKLIFT OF NEW CAPACITY OF 60 Q.LI EQUIPPED WITH CLAMP FLAT FOR LIFTING OF WASTE CIG 685605860A ecoballe

Trapani Servizi S.p.A. - Acquisti/Gare | Published November 16, 2016  -  Deadline December 1, 2016
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42415100

Technical School Silkeborg - Large Lot (including site construction, earthworks, drainage works, concrete works, concrete and fitting, steel works, facade work, closing work, roofing and lifts, etc.).

Teknisk Skole Silkeborg | Published November 11, 2014  -  Deadline December 8, 2014
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45214310, 45113000, 45262300, 45112200, 45232410, 45223822, 45223210, 45443000, 45261210, 45313100, 45422000

Construction of the new Technical School Silkeborg where education departments, which currently are scattered on the school grounds, assembled in new visionary and innovative environment. Construction is expected to be executed during the period March 2015 to July 2016. The building comprises about 24 000 m² spread over 6 floors and offers the following training departments; Auto, Home & Design, Hotel & Restaurant and HTX. In addition, common areas, management, multi-purpose hall, basement, 2-level and about 80 student housing. Each education department has several sub-divisions, so that the building will eventually contain a wide array of programs such as mechanic, auto paint, bodywork, blacksmiths, masons, carpenter, painter, electrician, of signs, chefs, waiters, etc. The construction is carried out in the energy class 2020 and construction is expected DGNB certified. The contract at United contract offered on the basis of the main project and includes the following works: - site layout and operation - earthworks - sewer work - concrete work - precast concrete supply and installation - steel works - lift work - building facade work - light exterior walls - roof and membrane work. The offer period for large contract is expected to run from mid-December 2014 at the end of January 2015.

Relocation, pursuant to art. 36, comma 2, lett a) of Legislative Decree 50/2016, on the rental of n. 1 electric towing tractor and no. 1 forklift truck

ASST DI PAVIA | Published September 13, 2017  -  Deadline September 20, 2017
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Relocation, pursuant to art. 36, comma 2, lett a) of Legislative Decree 50/2016, on the rental of n. 1 electric towing tractor and no. 1 forklift truck

Electronic negotiated procedure on SINTEL regional platform for the assignment of technical intervention on a Falconi construction plant of the PO of Desio - CIG ZF320BC9B1

ASST DI MONZA | Published November 13, 2017  -  Deadline November 22, 2017
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Electronic negotiated procedure on SINTEL regional platform for the assignment of technical intervention on a Falconi construction plant of the PO of Desio - CIG ZF320BC9B1

Heating In 3 Existing 1 Hour Fire Rated Cubicles

National Archives and Records Administration, NAA | Published December 2, 2008  -  Deadline December 17, 2008
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(C) The taxpayer has entered into an installment agreement pursuant to I.R.C. �6159. The taxpayer is making timely payments and is in full compliance with the agreement terms. The taxpayer is not delinquent because the taxpayer is not currently required to make full payment. (D) The taxpayer has filed for bankruptcy protection. The taxpayer is not delinquent because enforced collection action is stayed under 11 U.S.C. �362 (the Bankruptcy Code). (i) Certification Regarding Knowledge of Child Labor for Listed End Products (Executive Order 13126). [The Contracting Officer must list in paragraph (i)(1) any end products being acquired under this solicitation that are included in the List of Products Requiring Contractor Certification as to Forced or Indentured Child Labor, unless excluded at 22.1503(b).] (1) Listed End Product Listed End Product: Listed Countries of Origin: (2) Certification. [If the Contracting Officer has identified end products and countries of origin in paragraph (i)(1) of this provision, then the offeror must certify to either (i)(2)(i) or (i)(2)(ii) by checking the appropriate block.] [ ] (i) The offeror will not supply any end product listed in paragraph (i)(1) of this provision that was mined, produced, or manufactured in the corresponding country as listed for that product. [ ] (ii) The offeror may supply an end product listed in paragraph (i)(1) of this provision that was mined, produced, or manufactured in the corresponding country as listed for that product. The offeror certifies that is has made a good faith effort to determine whether forced or indentured child labor was used to mine, produce, or manufacture any such end product furnished under this contract. On the basis of those efforts, the offeror certifies that it is not aware of any such use of child labor. (j) Place of manufacture. (Does not apply unless the solicitation is predominantly for the acquisition of manufactured end products.) For statistical purposes only, the offeror shall indicate whether the place of manufacture of the end products it expects to provide in response to this solicitation is predominantly� (1) [ ] In the United States (Check this box if the total anticipated price of offered end products manufactured in the United States exceeds the total anticipated price of offered end products manufactured outside the United States); or (2) [ ] Outside the United States. (k) Certificates regarding exemptions from the application of the Service Contract Act. (Certification by the offeror as to its compliance with respect to the contract also constitutes its certification as to compliance by its subcontractor if it subcontracts out the exempt services.) [The contracting officer is to check a box to indicate if paragraph (k)(1) or (k)(2) applies.] (1) [ ] Maintenance, calibration, or repair of certain equipment as described in FAR 22.1003-4(c)(1). The offeror [ ] does [ ] does not certify that� (i) The items of equipment to be serviced under this contract are used regularly for other than Governmental purposes and are sold or traded by the offeror in substantial quantities to the general public in the course of normal business operations; (ii) The services will be furnished at prices which are, or are based on, established catalog or market prices (see FAR 22.1003-4(c)(2)(ii)) for the maintenance, calibration, or repair of such equipment; and (iii) The compensation (wage and fringe benefits) plan for all service employees performing work under the contract will be the same as that used for these employees and equivalent employees servicing the same equipment of commercial customers. (2) [ ] Certain services as described in FAR 22.1003-4(d)(1). The offeror [ ] does [ ] does not certify that� (i) The services under the contract are offered and sold regularly to non-Governmental customers, and are provided by the offeror (or subcontractor in the case of an exempt subcontract) to the general public in substantial quantities in the course of normal business operations; (ii) The contract services will be furnished at prices that are, or are based on, established catalog or market prices (see FAR 22.1003-4(d)(2)(iii)); (iii) Each service employee who will perform the services under the contract will spend only a small portion of his or her time (a monthly average of less than 20 percent of the available hours on an annualized basis, or less than 20 percent of available hours during the contract period if the contract period is less than a month) servicing the Government contract; and (iv) The compensation (wage and fringe benefits) plan for all service employees performing work under the contract is the same as that used for these employees and equivalent employees servicing commercial customers. (3) If paragraph (k)(1) or (k)(2) of this clause applies� (i) If the offeror does not certify to the conditions in paragraph (k)(1) or (k)(2) and the Contracting Officer did not attach a Service Contract Act wage determination to the solicitation, the offeror shall notify the Contracting Officer as soon as possible; and (ii) The Contracting Officer may not make an award to the offeror if the offeror fails to execute the certification in paragraph (k)(1) or (k)(2) of this clause or to contact the Contracting Officer as required in paragraph (k)(3)(i) of this clause. (l) Taxpayer identification number (TIN) (26 U.S.C. 6109, 31 U.S.C. 7701). (Not applicable if the offeror is required to provide this information to a central contractor registration database to be eligible for award.) (1) All offerors must submit the information required in paragraphs (l)(3) through (l)(5) of this provision to comply with debt collection requirements of 31 U.S.C. 7701(c) and 3325(d), reporting requirements of 26 U.S.C. 6041, 6041A, and 6050M, and implementing regulations issued by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). (2) The TIN may be used by the government to collect and report on any delinquent amounts arising out of the offeror�s relationship with the Government (31 U.S.C. 7701(c)(3)). If the resulting contract is subject to the payment reporting requirements described in FAR 4.904, the TIN provided hereunder may be matched with IRS records to verify the accuracy of the offeror�s TIN.] (3) Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN). * TIN:_____________________. * TIN has been applied for. * TIN is not required because: * Offeror is a nonresident alien, foreign corporation, or foreign partnership that does not have income effectively connected with the conduct of a trade or business in the United States and does not have an office or place of business or a fiscal paying agent in the United States; * Offeror is an agency or instrumentality of a foreign government; * Offeror is an agency or instrumentality of the Federal Government; (4) Type of organization. * Sole proprietorship; * Partnership; * Corporate entity (not tax-exempt); * Corporate entity (tax-exempt); * Government entity (Federal, State, or local); * Foreign government; * International organization per 26 CFR 1.6049-4; * Other ____________________. (5) Common parent. * Offeror is not owned or controlled by a common parent: * Name and TIN of common parent: Name ____________________________________ TIN ______________________________________ (m) Restricted business operations in Sudan. By submission of its offer, the offeror certifies that it does not conduct any restricted business operations in Sudan. (End of Provision 52.212-5 -- Contract Terms and Conditions Required to Implement Statutes or Executive Orders -- Commercial Items (Sep 2008) (a) The Contractor shall comply with the following Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) clauses, which are incorporated in this contract by reference, to implement provisions of law or Executive orders applicable to acquisitions of commercial items: (1) 52.233-3, Protest After Award (AUG 1996) (31 U.S.C. 3553). (2) 52.233-4, Applicable Law for Breach of Contract Claim (OCT 2004) (Pub. L. 108-77, 108-78). (b) The Contractor shall comply with the FAR clauses in this paragraph (b) that the contracting officer has indicated as being incorporated in this contract by reference to implement provisions of law or Executive orders applicable to acquisitions of commercial items: [Contracting Officer shall check as appropriate.] ___ (1) 52.203-6, Restrictions on Subcontractor Sales to the Government (Sep 2006), with Alternate I (Oct 1995)(41 U.S.C. 253g and 10 U.S.C. 2402). ___ (2) 52.219-3, Notice of Total HUBZone Set-Aside (Jan 1999)(15 U.S.C. 657a). ___ (3) 52.219-4, Notice of Price Evaluation Preference for HUBZone Small Business Concerns (Jul 2005) (if the offeror elects to waive the preference, it shall so indicate in its offer)(15 U.S.C. 657a). ___ (4) [Reserved] ___ (5) (i) 52.219-6, Notice of Total Small Business Aside (June 2003) (15 U.S.C. 644). ___ (ii) Alternate I (Oct 1995) of 52.219-6. ___ (iii) Alternate II (Mar 2004) of 52.219-6. ___ (6) (i) 52.219-7, Notice of Partial Small Business Set-Aside (June 2003)(15 U.S.C. 644). ___ (ii) Alternate I (Oct 1995) of 52.219-7. ___ (iii) Alternate II (Mar 2004) of 52.219-7. ___ (7) 52.219-8, Utilization of Small Business Concerns (May 2004) (15 U.S.C. 637(d)(2) and (3)). ___ (8) (i) 52.219-9, Small Business Subcontracting Plan (Apr 2008)(15 U.S.C. 637 (d)(4).) ___ (ii) Alternate I (Oct 2001) of 52.219-9. ___ (iii) Alternate II (Oct 2001) of 52.219-9. X (9) 52.219-14, Limitations on Subcontracting (Dec 1996)(15 U.S.C. 637(a)(14)). ___ (10) 52.219-16, Liquidated Damages�Subcontracting Plan (Jan 1999)(15 U.S.C. 637(d)(4)(F)(i)). ___ (11) (i) 52.219-23, Notice of Price Evaluation Adjustment for Small Disadvantaged Business Concerns (Sep 2005)(10 U.S.C. 2323) (if the offeror elects to waive the adjustment, it shall so indicate in its offer). ___ (ii) Alternate I (June 2003) of 52.219-23. ___ (12) 52.219-25, Small Disadvantaged Business Participation Program�Disadvantaged Status and Reporting (Apr 2008)(Pub. L. 103-355, section 7102, and 10 U.S.C. 2323). ___ (13) 52.219-26, Small Disadvantaged Business Participation Program�Incentive Subcontracting (Oct 2000)(Pub. L. 103-355, section 7102, and 10 U.S.C. 2323). ___ (14) 52.219-27, Notice of Total Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business Set-Aside (May 2004) (15 U.S.C. 657 f). ___ (15) 52.219-28, Post Award Small Business Program Rerepresentation (June 2007) (15 U.S.C. 632(a)(2)). X (16) 52.222-3, Convict Labor (June 2003)(E.O. 11755). X (17) 52.222-19, Child Labor�Cooperation with Authorities and Remedies (Feb 2008) (E.O. 13126). X (18) 52.222-21, Prohibition of Segregated Facilities (Feb 1999). X (19) 52.222-26, Equal Opportunity (Mar 2007)(E.O. 11246). X (20) 52.222-35, Equal Opportunity for Special Disabled Veterans, Veterans of the Vietnam Era, and Other Eligible Veterans (Sep 2006)(38 U.S.C. 4212). X (21) 52.222-36, Affirmative Action for Workers with Disabilities (Jun 1998)(29 U.S.C. 793). X (22) 52.222-37, Employment Reports on Special Disabled Veterans, Veterans of the Vietnam Era, and Other Eligible Veterans (Sep 2006)(38 U.S.C. 4212). X (23) 52.222-39, Notification of Employee Rights Concerning Payment of Union Dues or Fees (Dec 2004) (E.O. 13201). ___ (24) (i) 52.222-50, Combating Trafficking in Persons (Aug 2007) (Applies to all contracts). ___ (ii) Alternate I (Aug 2007) of 52.222-50. ___ (25) (i) 52.223-9, Estimate of Percentage of Recovered Material Content for EPA-Designated Items (May 2008)(42 U.S.C. 6962(c)(3)(A)(ii)). ___ (ii) Alternate I (May 2008) of 52.223-9 (42 U.S.C. 6962(i)(2)(C)). ___ (26) 52.223-15, Energy Efficiency in Energy-Consuming Products (Dec 2007) (42 U.S.C. 8259b). ___ (27) (i) 52.223-16, IEEE 1680 Standard for the Environmental Assessment of Personal Computer Products (Dec 2007) (E.O. 13423). ___ (ii) Alternate I (Dec 2007) of 52.223-16. ___ (28) 52.225-1, Buy American Act--Supplies (June 2003)(41 U.S.C. 10a-10d). ___ (29) (i) 52.225-3, Buy American Act �Free Trade Agreements � Israeli Trade Act (Aug 2007) (41 U.S.C. 10a-10d, 19 U.S.C. 3301 note, 19 U.S.C. 2112 note, Pub. L. 108-77, 108-78, 108-286, and 109-169). ___ (ii) Alternate I (Jan 2004) of 52.225-3. ___ (iii) Alternate II (Jan 2004) of 52.225-3. ___ (30) 52.225-5, Trade Agreements (Nov 2007) (19 U.S.C. 2501, et seq., 19 U.S.C. 3301 note). X (31) 52.225-13, Restrictions on Certain Foreign Purchases (Jun 2008) (E.O.�s, proclamations, and statutes administered by the Office of Foreign Assets Control of the Department of the Treasury). ___ (32) 52.226-4, Notice of Disaster or Emergency Area Set-Aside (Nov 2007) (42 U.S.C. 5150). ___ (33) 52.226-5, Restrictions on Subcontracting Outside Disaster or Emergency Area (Nov 2007) (42 U.S.C. 5150). ___ (34) 52.232-29, Terms for Financing of Purchases of Commercial Items (Feb 2002) (41 U.S.C. 255(f), 10 U.S.C. 2307(f)). ___ (35) 52.232.30, Installment Payments for Commercial Items (Oct 1995)(41 U.S.C. 255(f), 10 U.S.C. 2307(f)). X (36) 52.232-33, Payment by Electronic Funds Transfer�Central Contractor Registration (Oct. 2003)(31 U.S.C. 3332). ___ (37) 52.232-34, Payment by Electronic Funds Transfer�Other Than Central Contractor Registration (May 1999)(31 U.S.C. 3332). ___ (38) 52.232-36, Payment by Third Party (May 1999)(31 U.S.C. 3332). X (39) 52.239-1, Privacy or Security Safeguards (Aug 1996)(5 U.S.C. 552a). ___ (40) (i) 52.247-64, Preference for Privately Owned U.S.-Flag Commercial Vessels (Feb 2006)(46 U.S.C. Appx 1241(b) and 10 U.S.C. 2631). ___ (ii) Alternate I (Apr 2003) of 52.247-64. ________________________________________________ (c) The Contractor shall comply with the FAR clauses in this paragraph (c), applicable to commercial services, that the Contracting Officer has indicated as being incorporated in this contract by reference to implement provisions of law or executive orders applicable to acquisitions of commercial items: [Contracting Officer check as appropriate.] X (1) 52.222-41, Service Contract Act of 1965 (Nov 2007)(41 U.S.C. 351, et seq.). X (2) 52.222-42, Statement of Equivalent Rates for Federal Hires (May 1989)(29 U.S.C. 206 and 41 U.S.C. 351, et seq.). X (3) 52.222-43, Fair Labor Standards Act and Service Contract Act -- Price Adjustment (Multiple Year and Option Contracts) (Nov 2006)(29 U.S.C.206 and 41 U.S.C. 351, et seq.). ___ (4) 52.222-44, Fair Labor Standards Act and Service Contract Act -- Price Adjustment (Feb 2002)(29 U.S.C. 206 and 41 U.S.C. 351, et seq.). ___ (5) 52.222-51, Exemption from Application of the Service Contract Act to Contracts for Maintenance, Calibration, or Repair of Certain Equipment--Requirements (Nov 2007) (41 U.S.C. 351, et seq.). ___ (6) 52.222-53, Exemption from Application of the Service Contract Act to Contracts for Certain Services--Requirements (Nov 2007) (41 U.S.C. 351, et seq.). ___ (7) 52.237-11, Accepting and Dispensing of $1 Coin (Sep 2008)(31 U.S.C. 5112(p)(1)). ________________________________________________ (d) Comptroller General Examination of Record. The Contractor shall comply with the provisions of this paragraph (d) if this contract was awarded using other than sealed bid, is in excess of the simplified acquisition threshold, and does not contain the clause at 52.215-2, Audit and Records -- Negotiation. (1) The Comptroller General of the United States, or an authorized representative of the Comptroller General, shall have access to and right to examine any of the Contractor�s directly pertinent records involving transactions related to this contract. (2) The Contractor shall make available at its offices at all reasonable times the records, materials, and other evidence for examination, audit, or reproduction, until 3 years after final payment under this contract or for any shorter period specified in FAR Subpart 4.7, Contractor Records Retention, of the other clauses of this contract. If this contract is completely or partially terminated, the records relating to the work terminated shall be made available for 3 years after any resulting final termination settlement. Records relating to appeals under the disputes clause or to litigation or the settlement of claims arising under or relating to this contract shall be made available until such appeals, litigation, or claims are finally resolved. (3) As used in this clause, records include books, documents, accounting procedures and practices, and other data, regardless of type and regardless of form. This does not require the Contractor to create or maintain any record that the Contractor does not maintain in the ordinary course of business or pursuant to a provision of law. (e) (1) Notwithstanding the requirements of the clauses in paragraphs (a), (b), (c) and (d) of this clause, the Contractor is not required to flow down any FAR clause, other than those in paragraphs (i) through (vii) of this paragraph in a subcontract for commercial items. Unless otherwise indicated below, the extent of the flow down shall be as required by the clause-- (i) 52.219-8, Utilization of Small Business Concerns (May 2004)(15 U.S.C. 637(d)(2) and (3)), in all subcontracts that offer further subcontracting opportunities. If the subcontract (except subcontracts to small business concerns) exceeds $550,000 ($1,000,000 for construction of any public facility), the subcontractor must include 52.219-8 in lower tier subcontracts that offer subcontracting opportunities. (ii) 52.222-26, Equal Opportunity (Mar 2007)(E.O. 11246). (iii) 52.222-35, Equal Opportunity for Special Disabled Veterans, Veterans of the Vietnam Era, and Other Eligible Veterans (Sep 2006)(38 U.S.C. 4212). (iv) 52.222-36, Affirmative Action for Workers with Disabilities (June 1998)(29 U.S.C. 793). (v) 52.222-39, Notification of Employee rights Concerning Payment of Union Dues or Fees (Dec 2004) (E.O. 13201). (vi) 52.222-41, Service Contract Act of 1965, (Nov 2007), flow down required for all subcontracts subject to the Service Contract Act of 1965 (41 U.S.C. 351, et seq.) (vii) 52.222-50, Combating Trafficking in Persons (Aug 2007) (22 U.S.C. 7104(g)). Flow down required in accordance with paragraph (f) of FAR clause 52.222-50. (viii) 52.222-51, Exemption from Application of the Service Contract Act to Contracts for Maintenance, Calibration, or Repair of Certain Equipment--Requirements (Nov 2007) (41 U.S.C. 351, et seq.) (ix) 52.222-53, Exemption from Application of the Service Contract Act to Contracts for Certain Services--Requirements (Nov 2007) (41 U.S.C. 351, et seq.) (x) 52.247-64, Preference for Privately-Owned U.S. Flag Commercial Vessels (Feb 2006) (46 U.S.C. Appx 1241(b) and 10 U.S.C. 2631). Flow down required in accordance with paragraph (d) of FAR clause 52.247-64. (2) While not required, the contractor may include in its subcontracts for commercial items a minimal number of additional clauses necessary to satisfy its contractual obligations. (End of Clause) Alternate I (Feb 2000). As prescribed in 12.301(b)(4), delete paragraph (d) from the basic clause, redesignate paragraph (e) as paragraph (d), and revise the reference to �paragraphs (a), (b), (c), or (d) of this clause� in the redesignated paragraph (d) to read �paragraphs (a), (b), and (c) of this clause�. WD 05-2255 (Rev.-8) was first posted on www.wdol.gov on 06/03/2008 *********************************************************************** *********************************************************************** REGISTER OF WAGE DETERMINATIONS UNDER | U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR THE SERVICE CONTRACT ACT | EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS ADMINISTRATION By direction of the Secretary of Labor | WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION | WASHINGTON D.C. 20210 | | | | Wage Determination No.: 2005-2255 Shirley F. Ebbesen Division of | Revision No.: 8 Director Wage Determinations| Date Of Revision: 05/29/2008 _______________________________________|_______________________________ Applicable in the state of Massachusetts in the areas listed below: BRISTOL COUNTY: Mansfield, Norton, Rayham ESSEX COUNTY: Lynn, Lynnfield, Nahant, Saugus MIDDLESEX COUNTY: Entire County NORFOLK COUNTY: Bellingham, Braintree, Brookline, Canton, Cohasset, Dedham, Dover, Foxborough, Franklin, Holbrook, Medfield, Medway, Millis, Milton, Needham, Norfolk, Norwood, Quincy, Randolph, Sharon, Stoughton, Walpole, Wellesley, Westwood, Weymouth, Wrentham PLYMOUTH COUNTY: Carver, Duxbury, Hanover, Hanson, Hingham, Hull, Kingston, Lakeville, Marshfield, Middleborough, Norwell, Pembroke, Plymouth, Plympton, Rockland, Scituate SUFFOLK COUNTY: Entire County WORCESTER COUNTY: Berlin, Bolton, Harvard, Hopedale, Lancaster, Mendon, Milford, Southborough, Upton _______________________________________________________________________ **Fringe Benefits Required Follow the Occupational Listing** OCCUPATION CODE - TITLE MINIMUM WAGE RATE 01000 - Administrative Support And Clerical Occupations 01011 - Accounting Clerk I 13.85 01012 - Accounting Clerk II 15.56 01013 - Accounting Clerk III 17.41 01020 - Administrative Assistant 24.37 01040 - Court Reporter 20.18 01051 - Data Entry Operator I 14.40 01052 - Data Entry Operator II 15.38 01060 - Dispatcher, Motor Vehicle 17.59 01070 - Document Preparation Clerk 14.87 01090 - Duplicating Machine Operator 14.87 01111 - General Clerk I 14.37 01112 - General Clerk II 15.57 01113 - General Clerk III 16.75 01120 - Housing Referral Assistant 21.94 01141 - Messenger Courier 12.55 01191 - Order Clerk I 14.82 01192 - Order Clerk II 16.17 01261 - Personnel Assistant (Employment) I 16.19 01262 - Personnel Assistant (Employment) II 18.66 01263 - Personnel Assistant (Employment) III 20.21 01270 - Production Control Clerk 20.11 01280 - Receptionist 13.31 01290 - Rental Clerk 16.11 01300 - Scheduler, Maintenance 17.59 01311 - Secretary I 17.59 01312 - Secretary II 19.68 01313 - Secretary III 21.94 01320 - Service Order Dispatcher 16.74 01410 - Supply Technician 24.37 01420 - Survey Worker 15.40 01531 - Travel Clerk I 12.95 01532 - Travel Clerk II 14.02 01533 - Travel Clerk III 15.10 01611 - Word Processor I 15.21 01612 - Word Processor II 17.07 01613 - Word Processor III 19.10 05000 - Automotive Service Occupations 05005 - Automobile Body Repairer, Fiberglass 23.48 05010 - Automotive Electrician 19.99 05040 - Automotive Glass Installer 19.11 05070 - Automotive Worker 19.11 05110 - Mobile Equipment Servicer 17.29 05130 - Motor Equipment Metal Mechanic 20.86 05160 - Motor Equipment Metal Worker 19.11 05190 - Motor Vehicle Mechanic 20.86 05220 - Motor Vehicle Mechanic Helper 16.31 05250 - Motor Vehicle Upholstery Worker 18.16 05280 - Motor Vehicle Wrecker 19.11 05310 - Painter, Automotive 19.99 05340 - Radiator Repair Specialist 19.11 05370 - Tire Repairer 14.22 05400 - Transmission Repair Specialist 20.86 07000 - Food Preparation And Service Occupations 07010 - Baker 14.36 07041 - Cook I 12.47 07042 - Cook II 13.72 07070 - Dishwasher 9.22 07130 - Food Service Worker 11.13 07210 - Meat Cutter 20.00 07260 - Waiter/Waitress 11.01 09000 - Furniture Maintenance And Repair Occupations 09010 - Electrostatic Spray Painter 17.02 09040 - Furniture Handler 13.14 09080 - Furniture Refinisher 17.02 09090 - Furniture Refinisher Helper 13.91 09110 - Furniture Repairer, Minor 15.45 09130 - Upholsterer 17.02 11000 - General Services And Support Occupations 11030 - Cleaner, Vehicles 11.63 11060 - Elevator Operator 11.63 11090 - Gardener 16.75 11122 - Housekeeping Aide 13.53 11150 - Janitor 13.53 11210 - Laborer, Grounds Maintenance 14.76 11240 - Maid or Houseman 11.80 11260 - Pruner 13.38 11270 - Tractor Operator 16.02 11330 - Trail Maintenance Worker 14.76 11360 - Window Cleaner 14.56 12000 - Health Occupations 12010 - Ambulance Driver 15.93 12011 - Breath Alcohol Technician 17.92 12012 - Certified Occupational Therapist Assistant 20.28 12015 - Certified Physical Therapist Assistant 21.27 12020 - Dental Assistant 17.74 12025 - Dental Hygienist 35.64 12030 - EKG Technician 25.58 12035 - Electroneurodiagnostic Technologist 25.58 12040 - Emergency Medical Technician 17.92 12071 - Licensed Practical Nurse I 18.47 12072 - Licensed Practical Nurse II 20.67 12073 - Licensed Practical Nurse III 23.03 12100 - Medical Assistant 16.07 12130 - Medical Laboratory Technician 17.06 12160 - Medical Record Clerk 14.97 12190 - Medical Record Technician 15.49 12195 - Medical Transcriptionist 14.97 12210 - Nuclear Medicine Technologist 33.21 12221 - Nursing Assistant I 11.19 12222 - Nursing Assistant II 12.58 12223 - Nursing Assistant III 13.04 12224 - Nursing Assistant IV 14.64 12235 - Optical Dispenser 19.71 12236 - Optical Technician 16.07 12250 - Pharmacy Technician 17.19 12280 - Phlebotomist 14.64 12305 - Radiologic Technologist 30.47 12311 - Registered Nurse I 28.91 12312 - Registered Nurse II 35.36 12313 - Registered Nurse II, Specialist 35.36 12314 - Registered Nurse III 42.34 12315 - Registered Nurse III, Anesthetist 42.34 12316 - Registered Nurse IV 50.73 12317 - Scheduler (Drug and Alcohol Testing) 18.77 13000 - Information And Arts Occupations 13011 - Exhibits Specialist I 20.62 13012 - Exhibits Specialist II 25.82 13013 - Exhibits Specialist III 31.58 13041 - Illustrator I 21.63 13042 - Illustrator II 27.07 13043 - Illustrator III 33.11 13047 - Librarian 34.75 13050 - Library Aide/Clerk 14.44 13054 - Library Information Technology Systems Administrator 28.03 13058 - Library Technician 17.05 13061 - Media Specialist I 17.09 13062 - Media Specialist II 18.13 13063 - Media Specialist III 20.22 13071 - Photographer I 16.53 13072 - Photographer II 18.80 13073 - Photographer III 23.90 13074 - Photographer IV 29.22 13075 - Photographer V 35.35 13110 - Video Teleconference Technician 16.71 14000 - Information Technology Occupations 14041 - Computer Operator I 18.42 14042 - Computer Operator II 20.61 14043 - Computer Operator III 22.98 14044 - Computer Operator IV 25.53 14045 - Computer Operator V 28.27 14071 - Computer Programmer I (1) 22.35 14072 - Computer Programmer II (1) 14073 - Computer Programmer III (1) 14074 - Computer Programmer IV (1) 14101 - Computer Systems Analyst I (1) 14102 - Computer Systems Analyst II (1) 14103 - Computer Systems Analyst III (1) 14150 - Peripheral Equipment Operator 18.42 14160 - Personal Computer Support Technician 25.53 15000 - Instructional Occupations 15010 - Aircrew Training Devices Instructor (Non-Rated) 31.04 15020 - Aircrew Training Devices Instructor (Rated) 37.55 15030 - Air Crew Training Devices Instructor (Pilot) 44.48 15050 - Computer Based Training Specialist / Instructor 30.10 15060 - Educational Technologist 29.24 15070 - Flight Instructor (Pilot) 44.48 15080 - Graphic Artist 28.67 15090 - Technical Instructor 23.96 15095 - Technical Instructor/Course Developer 29.31 15110 - Test Proctor 19.35 15120 - Tutor 19.35 16000 - Laundry, Dry-Cleaning, Pressing And Related Occupations 16010 - Assembler 10.06 16030 - Counter Attendant 10.06 16040 - Dry Cleaner 13.37 16070 - Finisher, Flatwork, Machine 10.06 16090 - Presser, Hand 10.06 16110 - Presser, Machine, Drycleaning 10.06 16130 - Presser, Machine, Shirts 10.06 16160 - Presser, Machine, Wearing Apparel, Laundry 10.06 16190 - Sewing Machine Operator 14.18 16220 - Tailor 14.82 16250 - Washer, Machine 11.19 19000 - Machine Tool Operation And Repair Occupations 19010 - Machine-Tool Operator (Tool Room) 20.65 19040 - Tool And Die Maker 24.38 21000 - Materials Handling And Packing Occupations 21020 - Forklift Operator 16.97 21030 - Material Coordinator 21.94 21040 - Material Expediter 21.94 21050 - Material Handling Laborer 14.26 21071 - Order Filler 14.10 21080 - Production Line Worker (Food Processing) 16.97 21110 - Shipping Packer 16.09 21130 - Shipping/Receiving Clerk 16.09 21140 - Store Worker I 11.89 21150 - Stock Clerk 16.07 21210 - Tools And Parts Attendant 16.97 21410 - Warehouse Specialist 16.97 23000 - Mechanics And Maintenance And Repair Occupations 23010 - Aerospace Structural Welder 30.32 23021 - Aircraft Mechanic I 28.22 23022 - Aircraft Mechanic II 30.32 23023 - Aircraft Mechanic III 30.61 23040 - Aircraft Mechanic Helper 20.65 23050 - Aircraft, Painter 24.38 23060 - Aircraft Servicer 23.22 23080 - Aircraft Worker 24.04 23110 - Appliance Mechanic 22.73 23120 - Bicycle Repairer 14.22 23125 - Cable Splicer 27.27 23130 - Carpenter, Maintenance 25.96 23140 - Carpet Layer 21.73 23160 - Electrician, Maintenance 32.18 23181 - Electronics Technician Maintenance I 23.24 23182 - Electronics Technician Maintenance II 24.45 23183 - Electronics Technician Maintenance III 25.52 23260 - Fabric Worker 20.67 23290 - Fire Alarm System Mechanic 23.72 23310 - Fire Extinguisher Repairer 19.67 23311 - Fuel Distribution System Mechanic 23.37 23312 - Fuel Distribution System Operator 19.59 23370 - General Maintenance Worker 21.61 23380 - Ground Support Equipment Mechanic 28.22 23381 - Ground Support Equipment Servicer 23.22 23382 - Ground Support Equipment Worker 24.04 23391 - Gunsmith I 19.70 23392 - Gunsmith II 21.74 23393 - Gunsmith III 23.74 23410 - Heating, Ventilation And Air-Conditioning Mechanic 24.22 23411 - Heating, Ventilation And Air Contditioning Mechanic (Research Facility) 25.23 23430 - Heavy Equipment Mechanic 23.23 23440 - Heavy Equipment Operator 27.07 23460 - Instrument Mechanic 25.45 23465 - Laboratory/Shelter Mechanic 22.75 23470 - Laborer 14.10 23510 - Locksmith 22.65 23530 - Machinery Maintenance Mechanic 24.45 23550 - Machinist, Maintenance 25.08 23580 - Maintenance Trades Helper 18.38 23591 - Metrology Technician I 25.45 23592 - Metrology Technician II 26.51 23593 - Metrology Technician III 27.61 23640 - Millwright 24.36 23710 - Office Appliance Repairer 22.73 23760 - Painter, Maintenance 22.75 23790 - Pipefitter, Maintenance 27.17 23810 - Plumber, Maintenance 26.03 23820 - Pneudraulic Systems Mechanic 23.74 23850 - Rigger 23.74 23870 - Scale Mechanic 21.74 23890 - Sheet-Metal Worker, Maintenance 24.84 23910 - Small Engine Mechanic 21.74 23931 - Telecommunications Mechanic I 26.48 23932 - Telecommunications Mechanic II 27.48 23950 - Telephone Lineman 26.18 23960 - Welder, Combination, Maintenance 23.74 23965 - Well Driller 23.72 23970 - Woodcraft Worker 23.74 23980 - Woodworker 19.67 24000 - Personal Needs Occupations 24570 - Child Care Attendant 14.11 24580 - Child Care Center Clerk 17.60 24610 - Chore Aide 11.80 24620 - Family Readiness And Support Services Coordinator 15.78 24630 - Homemaker 19.55 25000 - Plant And System Operations Occupations 25010 - Boiler Tender 23.22 25040 - Sewage Plant Operator 21.24 25070 - Stationary Engineer 23.22 25190 - Ventilation Equipment Tender 17.97 25210 - Water Treatment Plant Operator 21.24 27000 - Protective Service Occupations 27004 - Alarm Monitor 18.07 27007 - Baggage Inspector 14.78 27008 - Corrections Officer 25.75 27010 - Court Security Officer 24.75 27030 - Detection Dog Handler 17.93 27040 - Detention Officer 25.75 27070 - Firefighter 22.73 27101 - Guard I 14.78 27102 - Guard II 17.93 27131 - Police Officer I 23.57 27132 - Police Officer II 26.18 28000 - Recreation Occupations 28041 - Carnival Equipment Operator 12.60 28042 - Carnival Equipment Repairer 13.34 28043 - Carnival Equpment Worker 10.42 28210 - Gate Attendant/Gate Tender 13.78 28310 - Lifeguard 12.23 28350 - Park Attendant (Aide) 15.42 28510 - Recreation Aide/Health Facility Attendant 11.92 28515 - Recreation Specialist 19.19 28630 - Sports Official 12.28 28690 - Swimming Pool Operator 19.44 29000 - Stevedoring/Longshoremen Occupational Services 29010 - Blocker And Bracer 25.54 29020 - Hatch Tender 25.54 29030 - Line Handler 25.54 29041 - Stevedore I 26.29 29042 - Stevedore II 29.25 30000 - Technical Occupations 30010 - Air Traffic Control Specialist, Center (HFO) (2) 36.76 30011 - Air Traffic Control Specialist, Station (HFO) (2) 25.35 30012 - Air Traffic Control Specialist, Terminal (HFO) (2) 27.91 30021 - Archeological Technician I 18.86 30022 - Archeological Technician II 21.12 30023 - Archeological Technician III 26.16 30030 - Cartographic Technician 26.16 30040 - Civil Engineering Technician 26.16 30061 - Drafter/CAD Operator I 18.87 30062 - Drafter/CAD Operator II 21.12 30063 - Drafter/CAD Operator III 23.54 30064 - Drafter/CAD Operator IV 28.97 30081 - Engineering Technician I 15.72 30082 - Engineering Technician II 17.65 30083 - Engineering Technician III 19.76 30084 - Engineering Technician IV 24.48 30085 - Engineering Technician V 29.94 30086 - Engineering Technician VI 34.99 30090 - Environmental Technician 25.90 30210 - Laboratory Technician 22.47 30240 - Mathematical Technician 26.16 30361 - Paralegal/Legal Assistant I 19.80 30362 - Paralegal/Legal Assistant II 24.54 30363 - Paralegal/Legal Assistant III 30.00 30364 - Paralegal/Legal Assistant IV 36.31 30390 - Photo-Optics Technician 26.16 30461 - Technical Writer I 22.79 30462 - Technical Writer II 27.88 30463 - Technical Writer III 33.73 30491 - Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) Technician I 23.36 30492 - Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) Technician II 28.26 30493 - Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) Technician III 33.38 30494 - Unexploded (UXO) Safety Escort 23.36 30495 - Unexploded (UXO) Sweep Personnel 23.36 30620 - Weather Observer, Combined Upper Air Or Surface Programs (2) 22.81 30621 - Weather Observer, Senior (2) 26.16 31000 - Transportation/Mobile Equipment Operation Occupations 31020 - Bus Aide 13.20 31030 - Bus Driver 17.52 31043 - Driver Courier 15.79 31260 - Parking and Lot Attendant 10.64 31290 - Shuttle Bus Driver 16.93 31310 - Taxi Driver 12.03 31361 - Truckdriver, Light 16.93 31362 - Truckdriver, Medium 18.70 31363 - Truckdriver, Heavy 19.79 31364 - Truckdriver, Tractor-Trailer 19.79 99000 - Miscellaneous Occupations 99030 - Cashier 11.25 99050 - Desk Clerk 13.70 99095 - Embalmer 22.87 99251 - Laboratory Animal Caretaker I 13.31 99252 - Laboratory Animal Caretaker II 14.26 99310 - Mortician 30.87 99410 - Pest Controller 16.10 99510 - Photofinishing Worker 13.51 99710 - Recycling Laborer 19.15 99711 - Recycling Specialist 22.61 99730 - Refuse Collector 17.36 99810 - Sales Clerk 12.23 99820 - School Crossing Guard 12.12 99830 - Survey Party Chief 24.28 99831 - Surveying Aide 16.06 99832 - Surveying Technician 22.08 99840 - Vending Machine Attendant 15.79 99841 - Vending Machine Repairer 18.68 99842 - Vending Machine Repairer Helper 15.79 _______________________________________________________________________ ALL OCCUPATIONS LISTED ABOVE RECEIVE THE FOLLOWING BENEFITS: HEALTH & WELFARE: $3.24 per hour or $129.60 per week or $561.60 per month VACATION: 2 weeks paid vacation after 1 year of service with a contractor or successor; 3 weeks after 5 years, and 4 weeks after 15 years. Length of service includes the whole span of continuous service with the present contractor or successor, wherever employed, and with the predecessor contractors in the performance of similar work at the same Federal facility. (Reg. 29 CFR 4.173) HOLIDAYS: A minimum of ten paid holidays per year, New Year's Day, Martin Luther King Jr's Birthday, Washington's Birthday, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Columbus Day, Veterans' Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day. (A contractor may substitute for any of the named holidays another day off with pay in accordance with a plan communicated to the employees involved.) (See 29 CFR 4174) THE OCCUPATIONS WHICH HAVE PARENTHESES AFTER THEM RECEIVE THE FOLLOWING BENEFITS (as numbered): 1) Under the SCA at section 8(b), this wage determination does not apply to any employee who individually qualifies as a bona fide executive, administrative, or professional employee as defined in 29 C.F.R. Part 541. Because most Computer System Analysts and Computer Programmers who are compensated at a rate not less than $27.63 (or on a salary or fee basis at a rate not less than $455 per week) an hour would likely qualify as exempt computer professionals, (29 C.F.R. 541.400) wage rates may not be listed on this wage determination for all occupations within those job families. In addition, because this wage determination may not list a wage rate for some or all occupations within those job families if the survey data indicates that the prevailing wage rate for the occupation equals or exceeds $27.63 per hour conformances may be necessary for certain nonexempt employees. For example, if an individual employee is nonexempt but nevertheless performs duties within the scope of one of the Computer Systems Analyst or Computer Programmer occupations for which this wage determination does not specify an SCA wage rate, then the wage rate for that employee must be conformed in accordance with the conformance procedures described in the conformance note included on this wage determination. Additionally, because job titles vary widely and change quickly in the computer industry, job titles are not determinative of the application of the computer professional exemption. Therefore, the exemption applies only to computer employees who satisfy the compensation requirements and whose primary duty consists of: (1) The application of systems analysis techniques and procedures, including consulting with users, to determine hardware, software or system functional specifications; (2) The design, development, documentation, analysis, creation, testing or modification of computer systems or programs, including prototypes, based on and related to user or system design specifications; (3) The design, documentation, testing, creation or modification of computer programs related to machine operating systems; or (4) A combination of the aforementioned duties, the performance of which requires the same level of skills. (29 C.F.R. 541.400). 2) AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLERS AND WEATHER OBSERVERS - NIGHT PAY & SUNDAY PAY: If you work at night as part of a regular tour of duty, you will earn a night differential and receive an additional 10% of basic pay for any hours worked between 6pm and 6am. If you are a full-time employed (40 hours a week) and Sunday is part of your regularly scheduled workweek, you are paid at your rate of basic pay plus a Sunday premium of 25% of your basic rate for each hour of Sunday work which is not overtime (i.e. occasional work on Sunday outside the normal tour of duty is considered overtime work). HAZARDOUS PAY DIFFERENTIAL: An 8 percent differential is applicable to employees employed in a position that represents a high degree of hazard when working with or in close proximity to ordinance, explosives, and incendiary materials. This includes work such as screening, blending, dying, mixing, and pressing of sensitive ordance, explosives, and pyrotechnic compositions such as lead azide, black powder and photoflash powder. All dry-house activities involving propellants or explosives. Demilitarization, modification, renovation, demolition, and maintenance operations on sensitive ordnance, explosives and incendiary materials. All operations involving regrading and cleaning of artillery ranges. A 4 percent differential is applicable to employees employed in a position that represents a low degree of hazard when working with, or in close proximity to ordance, (or employees possibly adjacent to) explosives and incendiary materials which involves potential injury such as laceration of hands, face, or arms of the employee engaged in the operation, irritation of the skin, minor burns and the like; minimal damage to immediate or adjacent work area or equipment being used. All operations involving, unloading, storage, and hauling of ordance, explosive, and incendiary ordnance material other than small arms ammunition. These differentials are only applicable to work that has been specifically designated by the agency for ordance, explosives, and incendiary material differential pay. ** UNIFORM ALLOWANCE ** If employees are required to wear uniforms in the performance of this contract (either by the terms of the Government contract, by the employer, by the state or local law, etc.), the cost of furnishing such uniforms and maintaining (by laundering or dry cleaning) such uniforms is an expense that may not be borne by an employee where such cost reduces the hourly rate below that required by the wage determination. The Department of Labor will accept payment in accordance with the following standards as compliance: The contractor or subcontractor is required to furnish all employees with an adequate number of uniforms without cost or to reimburse employees for the actual cost of the uniforms.

No maintenance of the lift. 02393 located in Via Gasparini n. 1 at the Nursery of the Municipality of Albino

Comune di Albino | Published October 21, 2016  -  Deadline November 6, 2016
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No maintenance of the lift. 02393 located in Via Gasparini n. 1 at the Nursery of the Municipality of Albino

CUSTODY OF CONTROL ACTION AND REPAIR OF WAREHOUSE FORKLIFT WORKING AT THE MUNICIPAL OF DAMAGE TO FOLLOW

Comune di Cazzago San Martino | Published April 13, 2017  -  Deadline April 18, 2017
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CUSTODY OF CONTROL ACTION AND REPAIR OF WAREHOUSE FORKLIFT WORKING AT THE MUNICIPAL OF DAMAGE TO FOLLOW

Medical Equipment Related to Podiatry and Urology

General Services Administration, Federal Acquisition Service (FAS) | Published March 10, 2017  -  Deadline March 17, 2017
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.) - 10 EA / ST 1     0019 INSTALLATION CHARGE FOR OPERON TABLES - 1/EA       0020 INSTALLATION CHARGE FOR OPERON TABLES - 1/EA 1     0021 MULTIGEN - 1 EA 1     0022 MULTIGEN CABLE - 1 EA 2     0023 VENOM 100MM NITINOL MONOPOLAR ELECTRODE - 1/EA 8     0024 VENOM 150MM NITINOL MONOP - 1/EA 4     0025 MONOPOLAR RTN ELECTRODE CABLE - 1 EA 1     0026 CONNECTING CABLE - 1 EA 1     0027 VENOM CANNULA 20 G 100MM,10MM - 10EA/PK 1     0028 MULTIGENERATOR PROCARE SERV - 1 EA 3     0029 HOPKINS II 30 TELESCOPE MANUFACTURE WARRANTY 3YR - 1EA 2     0030 HOPKINS II 0DEG TELESCOPE - 1EA 2     0031 INSERT GRASPING,DOUB LE SPOON, - 1 EA 2     0032 INSERT,'MANHES',TIGE R-JAWS, - 1 EA 2     0033 INSERT, DISSECT, RIGHT ANGLE, DBL - 1EA 2     0034 FORCEPS INSERT, CLIC KLINE, SCHNEIDER - 1 EA 2     0035 INSERT, 'KELLY', DISSECT/ GRASP - 1EA 2     0036 INSERT, SCISSORS, HOOK, SINGLE ACTION - 1EA 2     0037 INSRT,SCSSRS,CLICKLN,12MM CRVD,METZENBAUM,5MMX36CM - 1EA 2     0038 TUBE,OUTER,INSULATED 5MM. 36CM - 1EA 14     0039 CLICKLINE PLASTIC HANDLE WITHOUT RATCHET - 1/EA 4     0040 HANDLE, PLASTIC, W/ DISENGAGEABLE RATCHET - 1EA 8     0041 MONOPOLAR HIGH FREQUENCY CORD W/8MM PLUG 2     0042 TRAY STERILIZATION LAPAROSCOPIC - 1 EA 2     0043 BARRIER-FREE PROCEDURE PDIATRY CHAIR - BASE ONLY 4     0044 UPHOLSTERY TOP- PREMIUM 4                 Total     $     DESCRIPTION OF REQUIREMENTS FOR THE ITEMS TO BE REQUIRED: The Contractor is to ship directly to the VA Medical Center at Ft. Harrison the following medical equipment. The receiving point of contact for these instruments and devices will be provided at the time of award. Regular Operating Tables •           Should have a vertical range of travel 25'' at its lowest point and 42. 3'' at its highest point. Low table height is important for improving access to bariatric patients in lateral, lithotomy and reverse trend.  •           Should support 1,000 lbs. of articulation using slide, trend, reverse trend, tilt, back section or leg section.  The weight capacity must not change when the table is slid towards the head or foot.  •           Should have an integrated x-ray channel to facilitate x-ray imaging. Must NOT utilize "buckey boards" or x-ray risers that morph and break when articulating the table.  •           Should have an >18'' imaging window below the table surface to maximize intra-operative imaging for lateral, oblique and AP shots for implant placement, vascular procedures, cholangiograms and urology procedures.  •           Should have > 16" table top slide capability to improve surgical access and imaging.  •           Should have a Carbon Fiber table top surface construction to facilitate imaging and ensure durability.  •           Should have a hand pendant powered kidney elevator.  •           Should have a full manual back up system, providing the means to achieve all basic table positions in the event of a power failure, uncharged or damaged battery, or unforeseen failure.  •           Should have a service software port to facilitate easier service diagnostics and software upgrades. •           Should have a removable back section for greater access to the patient and specialty integrated table accessories. •           Should have internal batteries to power the table in place of an AC power cord. •           Should have 21" tabletop width (23" rail to rail) enhancing surface area to accommodate larger patients. Urology Procedure Table •           Should have a vertical range of travel 25'' at its lowest point and 42.3'' at its highest point. Low table height is important for improving access to bariatric patients in lateral, lithotomy and reverse trend. •           Should support 1,000 lbs. of articulation using slide, trend, reverse trend, tilt, back section or leg section. •           Should have an integrated x-ray channel to facilitate x-ray imaging. Must NOT utilize "buckey boards" or x-ray risers that morph and break when articulating the table. •           Should have a hand pendant powered kidney elevator. •           Should have a full manual back up system, providing the means to achieve all basic table positions in the event of a power failure, uncharged or damaged battery, or unforeseen failure. •           Should have a service software port to facilitate easier service diagnostics and software upgrades. •           Should have a removable back section for greater access to the patient and specialty integrated table accessories. •           Should have internal batteries to power the table in place of an AC power cord. •           Should have 21" tabletop width (23" rail to rail) enhancing surface area to accommodate larger patients. Chronic Pain Management Radio Frequency Generator •           Full-touchscreen controls •           Handle at least four lesions simultaneously, with independent control. •           Must have options for customizing procedures •           Must have software safety checks •           Must be capable of performing monopolar and bipolar procedures at the same time •           Must have a remote hand control that allows the practitioner to run the procedural portion from the sterile field •           Must offer minimally invasive approach  as standard radiofrequency (18 gauge & 20 gauge) •           RF probe lengths matching 50, 100, 150, and 200mm for varied patient anatomy and procedural demand •           One machine that is capable of performing thermal and pulsed ablation •           Must have parallel bipolar options that allow two parallel bipolar procedures to be performed simultaneously •           Must have a color screen •           Must recognize electrode and heats and automatically differentiate procedure type •           Must allow user to save procedure-specific information •           Must offer multiple customized physician settings •           Must allow information to be stored for each needle placement during procedure •           Displays and prints information •           Double-start safety feature •           Must automatically control temperature for every cannula •           Must perform safety checks throughout procedure •           Must offer dual temperature measurement for precise control of bipolar procedures •           Must provide at least six pulsed settings •           Must offer high temperature pulsed radiofrequency •           Must display self-diagnostic test when turned on. •           Must verify internal hardware, software and connected accessories are working properly •           Troubleshooting o          Must display the source of the issue on the screen o          Must identify the issue and shut down the individual problem o          Must provide troubleshooting options •           Electrodes must be made from nickel-titanium •           Cannulas must have a side port to allow for improved anesthesia propagation •           Must have a no questions asked repair/replacement program with next-day loaner equipment •           Must have rep available for onsite training and normal procedure assistance •           Must offer straight and curved cannula •           Electrodes must be color coded •           Must offer a minimum of a one-year warranty and at least a six-month warranty on all cables •           Must offer a one-year warranty on electrodes •           Must offer loaner program Karl Storz Laparoscopic Instruments and Scopes •           Must be 3 piece take-apart laparoscopic instruments that follow the VA's directive for take-apart instrumentation. •           None of the items may be refurbished, previously used, or reprocessed •           None of the items may be manufactured or processed in Pakistan Midmark 647 Podiatry Chairs •           Allows for the following positions o          Entry position o          Seated exam position o          Standing exam position o          Flat position •           Must provide chair rotation from the base •           Must have a swing arm for an instrument tray •           Must have a paper roll holder •           Must have an LED exam light •           Must have base rails •           Must have an attached vision block screen •           Must have covered glides •           Ergonomic foot section with stainless steel debris pan •           Integrated hand controls •           Barrier-free low height of 19" for easy patient transfer •           Chair arms that can be rotated completely out of the way •           Max weight capacity 450 lbs •           Base height o          Minimum 19" o          Maximum 40" •           Foot Section height •           15" to 54" •           Foot Extension: 9" •           Seat tilt angle 0 to 30 degrees •           Duplex, hospital grade electrical outlets in chair •           Electrical Outlet Rating o          115VAC, 3 Amps •           Color: Ultra-Pacific Blue Clauses by Reference: 52.204-13 - System for Award Management 52.219-6 - Notice of Total Small Business Set Aside (June 2003) (15 U.S.C. 644) 52.219-28 - Post Award Small Business Program Representation (Apr 2009) (15 U.S.C. 632(a)(2)). 52.233-3 - Protest After Award (AUG 1996) (31 U.S.C. 3553) 52.233-4 - Applicable Law for Breach of Contract Claim 52.223-18- Encouraging Contractor Policies to Ban Text Messaging while Driving (Aug 2011)(E.O 13513) 52.225-1 - Buy American Act - Supplies (Feb 2009) (41 U.S.C. 10a-10d) 52.225-13 - Restrictions on Certain Foreign Purchases (June 2008)(E.O.'s, proclamations, and statues administered by the Office of Foreign Assets Control of the Department of the Treasury 52.232-33 - Payment By Electronic Funds Transfer - System for Award Management (Jul 2013) 931 U.S.C. 3332)  52.225-25 - Prohibition on Contracting with Entities Engaging in Certain Activities or Transactions Relating to Iran - Representations and Certifications 52.232-39 - Unenforceability of Unauthorized Obligations 52.232-40 - Providing Accelerated Payments to Small Business Contractors 52.247-35 - FOB Destination, within Consignee's Premises   52.212-4 Contract Terms and Conditions -- Commercial Items (Jan 2017)   (a) Inspection/Acceptance. The Contractor shall only tender for acceptance those items that conform to the requirements of this contract. The Government reserves the right to inspect or test any supplies or services that have been tendered for acceptance. The Government may require repair or replacement of nonconforming supplies or reperformance of nonconforming services at no increase in contract price. If repair/replacement or reperformance will not correct the defects or is not possible, the government may seek an equitable price reduction or adequate consideration for acceptance of nonconforming supplies or services. The Government must exercise its post-acceptance rights --   (1) Within a reasonable time after the defect was discovered or should have been discovered; and   (2) Before any substantial change occurs in the condition of the item, unless the change is due to the defect in the item.   (b) Assignment. The Contractor or its assignee may assign its rights to receive payment due as a result of performance of this contract to a bank, trust company, or other financing institution, including any Federal lending agency in accordance with the Assignment of Claims Act (31 U.S.C.3727). However, when a third party makes payment (e.g., use of the Governmentwide commercial purchase card), the Contractor may not assign its rights to receive payment under this contract.   (c) Changes. Changes in the terms and conditions of this contract may be made only by written agreement of the parties.   (d) Disputes. This contract is subject to 41 U.S.C. chapter 71,Contract Disputes. Failure of the parties to this contract to reach agreement on any request for equitable adjustment, claim, appeal or action arising under or relating to this contract shall be a dispute to be resolved in accordance with the clause at FAR 52.233-1, Disputes, which is incorporated herein by reference. The Contractor shall proceed diligently with performance of this contract, pending final resolution of any dispute arising under the contract.   (e) Definitions. The clause at FAR 52.202-1, Definitions, is incorporated herein by reference.   (f) Excusable delays. The Contractor shall be liable for default unless nonperformance is caused by an occurrence beyond the reasonable control of the Contractor and without its fault or negligence such as, acts of God or the public enemy, acts of the Government in either its sovereign or contractual capacity, fires, floods, epidemics, quarantine restrictions, strikes, unusually severe weather, and delays of common carriers. The Contractor shall notify the Contracting Officer in writing as soon as it is reasonably possible after the commencement of any excusable delay, setting forth the full particulars in connection therewith, shall remedy such occurrence with all reasonable dispatch, and shall promptly give written notice to the Contracting Officer of the cessation of such occurrence.   (g) Invoice.   (1) The Contractor shall submit an original invoice and three copies (or electronic invoice, if authorized) to the address designated in the contract to receive invoices. An invoice must include --   (i) Name and address of the Contractor;   (ii) Invoice date and number;   (iii) Contract number, line item number and, if applicable, the order number;   (iv) Description, quantity, unit of measure, unit price and extended price of the items delivered;   (v) Shipping number and date of shipment, including the bill of lading number and weight of shipment if shipped on Government bill of lading;   (vi) Terms of any discount for prompt payment offered;   (vii) Name and address of official to whom payment is to be sent;   (viii) Name, title, and phone number of person to notify in event of defective invoice; and   (ix) Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN). The Contractor shall include its TIN on the invoice only if required elsewhere in this contract.   (x) Electronic funds transfer (EFT) banking information.   (A) The Contractor shall include EFT banking information on the invoice only if required elsewhere in this contract.   (B) If EFT banking information is not required to be on the invoice, in order for the invoice to be a proper invoice, the Contractor shall have submitted correct EFT banking information in accordance with the applicable solicitation provision, contract clause (e.g., 52.232-33, Payment by Electronic Funds Transfer- System for Award Management, or 52.232-34, Payment by Electronic Funds Transfer-Other Than System for Award Management), or applicable agency procedures.   (C) EFT banking information is not required if the Government waived the requirement to pay by EFT.   (2) Invoices will be handled in accordance with the Prompt Payment Act (31 U.S.C. 3903) and Office of Management and Budget (OMB) prompt payment regulations at 5 CFR part 1315.   (h) Patent indemnity. The Contractor shall indemnify the Government and its officers, employees and agents against liability, including costs, for actual or alleged direct or contributory infringement of, or inducement to infringe, any United States or foreign patent, trademark or copyright, arising out of the performance of this contract, provided the Contractor is reasonably notified of such claims and proceedings.   (i) Payment.   (1) Items accepted. Payment shall be made for items accepted by the Government that have been delivered to the delivery destinations set forth in this contract.   (2) Prompt Payment. The Government will make payment in accordance with the Prompt Payment Act (31 U.S.C. 3903) and prompt payment regulations at 5 CFR Part 1315.   (3) Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT). If the Government makes payment by EFT, see 52.212-5(b) for the appropriate EFT clause.   (4) Discount. In connection with any discount offered for early payment, time shall be computed from the date of the invoice. For the purpose of computing the discount earned, payment shall be considered to have been made on the date which appears on the payment check or the specified payment date if an electronic funds transfer payment is made.   (5) Overpayments.

Works for complete or part construction and civil engineering work

Metroselskabet I/S | Published June 14, 2014  -  Deadline August 27, 2014
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45200000, 45313100

I tilknytning til anlæggelsen af Cityringen, skal der som en del af projektet udføres tilslutningsarbejder fra den nye Metrostation ved Københavns Hovedbanegård og Østerport Station, for at sikre en direkte og hurtig omstigningsforbindelse samt elevatorforbindelse mellem Metrostationen og de eksisterende stationer. Nærværende udbud omhandler en hovedentreprise, hvor Metroselskabet udbyder et myndighedsgodkendt detailprojekt. Der er i nærværende hovedentreprise begrænset grænseflader til Metroselskabets nuværende totalentreprenør CMT. Hovedentreprisen omfatter følgende bl.a.: — Tovbårne elevatorer i stål og glas — Betonarbejder — Stålarbejder — Elarbejder — Afløbsarbejder — Gulv, lofts og vægbeklædninger inklusiv belysning — Nedrivning af betonkonstruktioner — Grundvandshåndtering. Forventet tidsplan for udførelse: Udførelse Kh April 2015-juni 2016 Udførelse Kk Juni 2016-oktober 2016. Øvrige generelle forhold: Generelt udføres aktiviteter der er kritiske for jernbanesikkerhed med sporspærring, f.eks. etablering af byggegruber, betonstøbning, montage af elevatorer og -skakte m.v. De forventede påkrævede sporspærringer er reserveret i forvejen hos Banedanmark og vil være indarbejdet i entreprisen. Bygherren stiller en oplagsplads ved Ingerslevsgade til rådighed for entreprenøren. Desuden tilbydes en begrænset plads til skurby direkte ved arbejdspladserne på Kh og Kk. Ledningsomlægninger som er nødvendige for at frigøre udgravningsarealer for levende ledninger er udført i anden entreprise. Banedanmark er ansvarlig for sikkerheden omkring jernbanedriften, som skal opretholdes i anlægsperioden. Banedanmark skal godkende entreprenørens sikkerhedsplaner.

Market survey for supply and installation of mini-wheelchair lift

Comune di Rescaldina | Published September 15, 2017  -  Deadline September 21, 2017
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Market survey for supply and installation of mini-wheelchair lift